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October 11, 2009

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The top 10 movies in ONE WEEK included The Blues Brothers, Caddyshack, The Empire Strikes Back and Airplane? That was a hell of a week.

Dear D: Since this is the BAP site, it's worth noting that Michael O'Keefe is also a talented poet whose first book has just come out---Swimming from under My Father.

Hey Daniel: Just because Terence Winch received payola from me that's no reason to suspect anything other than the truth from him. On another note, your thoughts on Caddyshack are spot on. And being an unemployed actor I cannot resist the opportunity to plug my book of poems. Here's a link to my site: http://www.michaelokeefe.com/SwimmingFromUnderMyFather.php

Yrs,
Michael O'Keefe

Canby does reflect the critical reception at the time. Variety's January 1, 1980 review writes calls this "vaguely likable" movie a "too-tame comedy [that]falls short of the mark.

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