The Girl Who Came Gift-Wrapped
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  • There's a wonderful scene where Sandy confronts Michael about this and how he always says, Love ya instead of the more declarative, I love you

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      The Girl Who Came Gift-Wrapped is a delightful 1974 made-for-TV movie which stars Richard Long as Michael Green, a wealthy publisher of a bachelor magazine. For his birthday, some friends send him a present — a gift-wrapped girl, better known as Sandy. Karen

      Valentine plays the bubbly, positive-thinking Sandy who just needs a little money to get by, which is why she took the gig in the first place.

      One thing leads to another, and Michael and Sandy begin to bond, and their bond grows to love, except Michael has commitment issues. There’s a wonderful scene where Sandy confronts Michael about this and how he always says, “Love ya” instead of the more declarative, “I love you.” It’s one of my favorite parts of the movie.

      Farrah Fawcett has a small role in ...


      • The Girl Who Came Gift-Wrapped
      The Girl Who Came Gift-Wrapped. The role is glorified in advertising now, a result of her Charlie’s Angel’s fame. Just like with Logan’s Run, where her role is small, she’s often listed as a main star here, but she’s not. It’s just
      a small bit — fun, but small.

      Reta Shaw, Tom Bosley, and Dave Madden provide some great comedic backup to this movie. I just love it. I wish it were on DVD as it’s one I watched a lot when it used to air on television frequently.




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