I have long been a fan of Robert Redford—since way before the Sundance Film Festival started. It began when I was a little girl of about 10 and the movie Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid came to my town.
My parents weren’t much for passive entertainment, encouraging reading or outside play instead. My two sisters and I were relegated to two hours of cartoons on Saturday morning and Mutual of Omaha’s Wild Kingdom, the Wonderful World of Disney, or Daniel Boone on special evenings.
Thus, going to the movies was a BIG DEAL. The first movie I can remember seeing was at a drive-in. We all piled in our station wagon with pillows and...
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