Anyone else cry??


I know I did. Mainly because it was so heartbreaking what she had to live with, and she never once heard "I love you" from her mother until it was too late. It was all she ever wanted-to be loved and accepted by her mother.

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can you buy it on dvd??? or vhs? i want to watch it!

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i did cry at this film.
as did my mum
and my gran

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I will cry if France beats Italy tomorrow in world cup...as I record this onto DVD at home....I should sell it on e-bay..any pricing ideas?





"Be careful of what you look for Taylor, you just might find it!"

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I cried like crazy..I recorded it onto dvr last night, watched it today..i have seen it 10 times, and i cry harder every time..I am not ashamed to admit it, she was a big influence on many ppl through the 70`s and early 80`s.

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I remember the sad news of Karen Carpenter's passing so well. I was in college, I'd just returned to the boarding house I'd lived in, when I heard her song on the radio and they'd announced she'd passed. I was a fan, I'd had not known of her eating disorder until she passed away. Yes, I too cried. She had the voice of an angel. "We've Only Just Begun" was the theme of my wedding, beautiful song sung by a beautiful angel, Ms. Carpenter.

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Oh, yes, I cried. I came home from work and mother told me, "Karen died." I did not have a cousin named Karen, and I had not has a friend named Karen since I was in elementary school. So I knew to whom she was referring. We listened to the album I had, Greatest Hits 1969-73, and watched the news broadcasts at 6 pm and 10 pm. Oh, yes, I did cry.

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I remember hearing Karen Carpenter on the radio (or thinking I did) while sitting in a restaurant with a friend, I felt a deep sadness come over me and said, "isn't that so sad about Karen Carpenter?" And she said "What?" But it wasn't 'til the next day that she died. Karen was such a gift to us. Such a tradgedy she died that way.

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I kinda cried. and i gtet all cry-ee when i listen to weve only just begun

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Hi Guys
I was wondering if any of you know where i can get her film from?
Havent seen it for ages
Cheers

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The safest place to buy this movie either on DVD or VHS would be through ebay - as all sellers have a reliability rating.

http://www.carponline.bravepages.com

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I was fairly young when Karen passed (I was born in 1978), but I remember my Mom responding to the news while listening to the radio. She cried, of course.

And dont you know, they didn't really mention the cause of her death at the particular announcement, and for years my Mom had thought she died of cancer because of the weight loss and that short hair she had for a while. It wasn't until we watched this movie did she find out the real reason of her death, and then she cried again.


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I cried when I heard that Karen had died.

I cry each time I watch this movie.

I cry, just by listening to her songs.....















"The Opener of the Way is Waiting"

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I cried watching this film, you bet! Its always sad when your demons get you.

I had a teacher in elementary school, very early '80s, who claimed to have taught Karen Carpenter.


"I'd say this cloud is Cumulo Nimbus."
"Didn't he discover America?"
"Penfold, shush."

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I would have if I didn't know that most of the movie was heavily-censored fluff, thanks to Agnes Carpenter. You should read "Little Boy Blue" for a different and more accurate perspective.

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Justice for Karen

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