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The Way West (Blu-ray)


DVD Talk - Feb 6, 2018
McGreevey had done lots of TV work from the late 1950s but mainly became associated with Disney films and TV shows, most memorably as Kurt Russell's best pal in Disney's three "Dexter Riley" sci-fi comedies (The Computer Wore Tennis Shoes, The ...
 

In Memoriam: Remembering Those We Lost in 2017


Playbill.com - Dec 29, 2017
The Canadian-American actor boasted extensive TV and film credits, including Logan's Run, The Computer Wore Tennis Shoes, and Endangered Species. She had one Broadway credit, We Have Always Lived in the Castle, which had a brief run in 1966. John ...
 

Time Capsule Awash in Memories


NC State News - Jun 9, 2017
Reed's dreams of becoming a famous director began when he first saw “The Computer Wore Tennis Shoes” starring Kurt Russell at the Cardinal as young kid. The Cardinal Theatre opened in 1967 with state-of-the-art wide-screen projection and seating for ...
 

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DISNEY MOVIE POSTER- THE COMPUTER WORE TENNIS SHOES


 

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The Computer Wore Tennis Shoes (1969) Kurt Russell/ Joe Flynn


The Computer Wore Tennis Shoes (1969) Dexter Riley (Kurt Russell), a handsome but bumbling Medfield College student, accidentally becomes The Computer Who Knew Too Much when he is effortlessly...
 

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COMPUTER WORE TENNIS SHOES


Here is the original theatrical trailer from Walt Disney's THE COMPUTER WORE TENNIS SHOES.
 

The Computer Wore Tennis Shoes


Dexter Riley (Kurt Russell), a handsome but bumbling Medfield College student, accidentally becomes The Computer Who Knew Too Much when he is effortlessly transformed from half-wit to genius...
 

William Schallert~ scene. The Computer Wore Tennis Shoes (1969)


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