Mr. Deeds

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9.7/10.My favorite Adam Sandler movie.The guy's just funny. Here he works great with Winona Ryder, far better than the three times with Drew Barrymore. The story's well done with solid performances by everyone especially Adam.Yes I've heard of Jack And Jill but everyone's got a few bad movies, all the good actors anyway.Longfellow Deeds is the sort of guy you'd want as a friend as he cares more about using his wealth to help people than to buy them.This is the sort of message we need especially in these troubled times nowadays.One of Adam Sandler's best movies, he rocks.

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Other mistake: Near the end of the movie, directly after Deeds pulls Babe out of the ice cold water, is it just me or is her Old-Navy-type jacket still dry? (It still looks light colored and fuzzy) Should it not be wet considering her whole body was just in water? (01:14:25)

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Trivia: Sticking with the To Kill A Mockingbird references, in the scene where Deeds and Pam are outside of Pam's "apartment" and the old lady and dog walk out. She calls the lady "Mrs. Finch" and the dog "Atticus". Atticus Finch was the main characters name in To Kill A Mockingbird.

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Chosen answer: Mr. French was the butler on a TV show from the late 60's, called Family Affair. He was played by Sebastion Cabot, a rotund actor.

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