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THE LIFE AND TIMES OF GRIZZLY ADAMS (1974) A woodsman on the run befriends a wild bear in a movie that spawned the hit TV series.
A paranormal expert moves into a haunted house where his daughter befriends the amiable ghost of a young boy.
He must have some form of animalistic ESP with the bear cubs he befriends as seen in one moving moment when he was shaking hands with a cub - a real paws for thought moment.
Armistead Maupin's tale of a radio show host who befriends a young, possibly fictional HIV-positive boy comes to the screen with Robin Williams, Toni Collette, and Rory Culkin.
Yet in spite of adversity, young Kenneth Kahn develops his people skills, befriends black and Hispanic ghetto residents, uses the library as his safe haven and draws upon the advice of teachers and coaches to excel, eventually becoming a successful Los Angeles criminal defense attorney.
Dead, Cassie befriends another ghost girl, Birdie, murdered some 50 years before.
His daughter Mary befriends Bigger, but her bond is a self-serving and superficial flirtation with blackness that leads not to communion but to her being killed.
One videophone will be based at the Bradbury Centre, Age Concern's headquarters in Stockton Road, and the other five will be installed in homes of people the organisation befriends.
Crow befriends a number of eccentric personalities on his trip (the transvestite art dealer, the clairvoyant hot mama) who adopt him and introduce him to his version of heaven.
Tricia befriends old lady Edith - only to get her hands on her house.
It stars Mickey Rooney as an old thief (Elmer) who befriends a young child and eventually sees the error of his ways.
Into this rather odd necrophiliac subgenre of Canadian cinema walks Tyler, a lonely introverted mortician who befriends the corpses housed in his family's funeral home.