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Me, Natalie (1969) was a Comedy - Drama Film directed by Fred Coe and produced by Stanley Shapiro.

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Film debut of Daniel Keyes.
Frequently missed shot: Mom tells Patty Duke's character it'd be nice if she came over for dinner, cooked a chicken (i.e., wants her to be more 'normal'). Her response is that it'll be a cold day in hell before she's so conventional. In the final shot of the film, Patty is riding a motor scooter in downtown New York, going to visit her mom, hoping to reconcile. There's a plucked chicken in the basket on the back of the scooter.
Film debut of Al Pacino.
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