Wag the Store

Their Store Even Has a Green Post

After reading about the release of Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl in the Sunday paper,  I just happened to stumble upon a re-airing of the movie “Wag the Dog.”  Great movie directed by Barry Levinson, it features a plot line involving the release of a criminally insane American prisoner played by Woody Harrelson.  

While I remembered the following scene, I had completely forgotten about the country store setting for it.  Check it out, particularly the store’s front porch which looks very familiar.

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Wag the Store

Their Store Even Has a Green Post

After reading about the release of Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl in the Sunday paper,  I just happened to stumble upon a re-airing of the movie “Wag the Dog.”  Great movie directed by Barry Levinson, it features a plot line involving the release of a criminally insane American prisoner played by Woody Harrelson.  

While I remembered the following scene, I had completely forgotten about the country store setting for it.  Check it out, particularly the store’s front porch which looks very familiar.

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Wag the Store

Their Store Even Has a Green Post

After reading about the release of Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl in the Sunday paper,  I just happened to stumble upon a re-airing of the movie “Wag the Dog.”  Great movie directed by Barry Levinson, it features a plot line involving the release of a criminally insane American prisoner played by Woody Harrelson.  

While I remembered the following scene, I had completely forgotten about the country store setting for it.  Check it out, particularly the store’s front porch which looks very familiar.

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Wag the Store

Their Store Even Has a Green Post

After reading about the release of Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl in the Sunday paper,  I just happened to stumble upon a re-airing of the movie “Wag the Dog.”  Great movie directed by Barry Levinson, it features a plot line involving the release of a criminally insane American prisoner played by Woody Harrelson.  

While I remembered the following scene, I had completely forgotten about the country store setting for it.  Check it out, particularly the store’s front porch which looks very familiar.

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