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Rumor Has It... (22-Dec-2005)

Director: Rob Reiner

Writer: Ted Griffin

Keywords: Romantic Comedy

A woman learns that her family might have been the inspiration for The Graduate, setting out on a mission to investigate the tantalizing rumor.

ABSTRACT
Sarah Huttinger, a confused young woman second-guessing her impending marriage to boyfriend Jeff and relationship with her privileged Pasadena family, hears tell of a rumor that said family's past sexual exploits served as the inspiration for The Graduate. An investigation into the rumors brings Sarah into close contact with author Beau Burroughs, seemingly continuing a tradition started by her grandmother and upheld by her mother that could jeopardize her engagement to Jeff.

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Erinn Bartlett
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Kevin Costner
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18-Jan-1955   Dances with Wolves
Richard Jenkins
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2-Dec-1953   Six Feet Under
Clyde Kusatsu
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Shirley MacLaine
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24-Apr-1934   Terms of Endearment
Christopher McDonald
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15-Feb-1955   Happy Gilmore
Jaime Ray Newman
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Mark Ruffalo
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22-Nov-1967   13 Going on 30
Steve Sandvoss
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Mena Suvari
Actor
13-Feb-1979   American Beauty and American Pie
Jennifer Taylor
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19-Apr-1972   Chelsea on Two and a Half Men
Mike Vogel
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17-Jul-1979   Grind

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