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Sullivan's Travels: Get ready for household hazardous waste collection day

Wicked Local - Mar 9, 2018
The winter is almost done (give or take a snowstorm). You venture to the basement, the attic, the garage, the cabinets under the sink, and you hope that whatever's in there hasn't leaked, fermented or morphed into a creepy something you used to see on ...

Sullivan's Travels: A big day for the Natick Service Council

Wicked Local - Mar 2, 2018
On Feb. 23, the veterans committee of the Natick Lodge of Elks presented a check for $500 to Paul Carew, Natick Veterans Services officer. The funds will be used to help indigent veterans. [Wicked Local Photo by Maureen Sullivan]. Friday. Posted Mar 2 ...

Sullivan's Travels: Discover some 'Hidden Talents' with NCCD

Wicked Local - Feb 23, 2018
Lynda Simkins, director at the Natick Community Organic Farm, pours newly boiled maple syrup into a jug on Feb. 16. The farm has made about 30 gallons so far; the syrup will be available for purchase this week. [Wicked Local Photo by Maureen Sullivan ...

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Sullivans Travels 1941 -- OPENING TITLE SEQUENCE

Sullivan's Travels (1941) 90 min - Adventure | Comedy | Drama - December 1941 (USA) A director of escapist films goes on the road as a hobo to learn about Life...which gives him a rude...

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Veronica Lake & Joel McCrea In Sullivans Travels 1941

Sullivan is a successful, spoiled, and naive director of fluff films, with a heart-o-gold, who decides he wants to make a film about the troubles of the downtrodden poor. Much to the chagrin...

Parallels of O Brother Where Art thou? and Sullivans Travels

O Brother Where Art Thou and Sullivans Travels have a few paralleling themes, watch for the threads in both films.