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West Side Story--original 1961 film version: West Side Story and the Covid-19 Virus: Will Spielberg's reboot/remake of the 1961 film version of West Side Story re-awaken the popularity of the original? Will Spielberg's remake/reboot of West Side Story help popularize the original 1961 film version? I recently had a talk with a longtime family friend about West Side Story and Spielberg's upcoming re-make/roboot of it. I recently talked to a family friend who's aware of my love of West Side Story: West Side Story last night at the HC Media Studios, Haverhill, MA I'll be seeing the original 1961 film West Side Story on Sept. 27. I don't believe this: The Original 1961 film version of West Side Story; It Still shines years later, and can't be beat: View all posts >


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Ha ha ha! That's a ton of BS, rateater. Not necessarily, atomicx. As a matter of fact, people of all ages who contract Covid-19 who've survived, have not completely recovered. They've ended up with permanent heart, lung, and neurological problems, as a result. Even people who're 20 years old and under have become seriously ill from and died of the Covid-19. Covid-19 is a super-deadly and super-contagious illness that's even deadlier and more contagious than the seasonal flu(s) that hit us every fall and winter. A person who is asymptomatic can also spread the infection. I agree with you, trevorh321. I'm deadset against remakes of great older classic movies anyhow, especially something like the original 1961 film version of West Side Story. That being said, I plan on voting my pocketbook and boycotting Spielberg's reboot/remake of the film version of West Side Story. Inotherwords, I plan on NOT going to see it at all, when it hits the movie theatres next year. The upcoming release of Spielberg's reboot/remake of the film version of West Side Story was pushed back a year due to the Covid-19 pandemic. I'd be curious to see the trailer, despite my not being impressed with what I've seen of the photographs of Spielberg's upcoming reboot/remake of the film West Side Story. Spielberg, however, does not want the upcoming reboot/remake of the film West Side Story streamed at all, because he's adamant about only having it play in the movie theatres. I do agree, however, that they should at least release the trailer to the reboot/remake of the film West Side Story. Hi, StrongRex. It's agreed--the trailer should've been released by now. Unfortunately for the people who're all agog about Spielberg's upcoming reboot/remake of the film West Side Story, the releasing of it has been pushed back a year--to December 10th, 2021 I've been hearing that cable is on the way out. Don't know what will take its place, however. In real life, however, the murder of Eric Wilson didn't occur in the winter, however. That depends which part(s) of Canada. Not all of Canada is the same, weather-wise, either. The Documentary "Just Another Missing Kid" also pointed out that the murder of Eric Wilson occurred in July of 1978. I saw the documentary, and did not see any snow on the ground when Raymond Hatch and Bertram Davis threw Eric into a ditch, after they'd bound and gagged him. I saw the documentary "Just Another Missing Kid", and that didn't seem to be the case. View all replies >