Our critics and readers packed up their plaid valises and fled the doldrums of the present for the loony-tune streets of San Francisco circa 1972 and “What’s Up, Doc?”
Elizabeth Picciuto 🌱My brother and I watched WHAT’S UP, DOC over and over as kids, since it was in the tiny library of videotapes we owned. I’ve been meaning forever to see if it holds up, and then my mom sent me this so now I have to see it today.
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