What terminal illness did Barbara Hershey die from in the movie?
>>By KamFax (Monday, 16 Dec 2002 20:00)
>>By Boo Boo (Monday, 23 Dec 2002 20:25)
viral cardio myopothy
>>By mick (Thursday, 26 Dec 2002 22:19)
what was victorias cats name?
>>By beacheslover (Monday, 27 Jan 2003 04:12)
her cats name was pouncer i think
>>By Iluvbeaches2 (Monday, 27 Jan 2003 06:24)
your kidding, you remembered to put it on? i watched it again!
>>By jr. (Monday, 3 Feb 2003 02:12)
This sis the best movie in the world. It surpasses the meaning of friendship to all extremes. It takes the word courage and mingles it with love. This movie was phenomenal. Great Performance Bette & Barbara.
>>By MiMi (Thursday, 20 Feb 2003 20:21)
this is my FAVORITE movie of all time and it hasn't changed for 14 years!!
>>By me (Wednesday, 12 Mar 2003 23:49)
how does beaches portray loss??? i need heaps for an essay!
>>By elise (Monday, 24 Mar 2003 10:52)
Beaches is a great movie...a great example of friendship and love...
>>By blacky (Sunday, 18 May 2003 07:17)
What did Barbara Hershey die of in Beaches
>>By Kandice (Sunday, 18 May 2003 23:30)
Can some tell me FOR SURE What Babrara Hershey died of? Big bet going on here.
>>By Kandice (Tuesday, 20 May 2003 01:32)
Can anyone tell me the lyrics to the song bette midler sings when shes in the bunny suit?
>>By Melissa (Saturday, 24 May 2003 00:28)
I laughed and I cried (and Im not usually a crier). Bette Midler and Barbara Hershey give a new meaning to PHENOMENAL.
>>By Nougat (Tuesday, 27 May 2003 20:38)
Does anyone know where to find a movie script for beaches...if so please email me at ELGLeOlum@yahoo.com
Thanks (Tuesday, 3 Jun 2003 22:39)
whoa....there is like this whole talking thing for beaches..sweet. I love beaches!!!!! I actually just watched it then, hehe. Victoria died of what mick said. I'll get the lyrics for u soon.
i always cry in this movie...except for two times when i watched it (on the same day) i dunno what was happening there ay...not to worry.............i wanna read the book
>>By jello (Tuesday, 24 Jun 2003 15:52)
Does anyone know the title of the piano piece(s) played in the movie? It's very sentimental.
>>By rocky (Sunday, 29 Jun 2003 23:33)
I saw the last half of the movie today & i love it!! does any one know what the song is called that bette midler sang to the little girl, something about a hero?
>>By Melissa (Monday, 30 Jun 2003 04:44)
hi im writing an assignment on what the end song wind beneath my wings has to so with the movie what it means can any1 help
>>By elise 2 (Sunday, 13 Jul 2003 06:05)
Melissa: She sings "Wind Beneath My Wings"
Elise: (I hope I'm not too late for this) Beaches portrays the loss of friendship when all of a sudden Hillary stops writing to C.C.
Jello: There's a book?
Kandice: Do you want what Barbara Hershey died of, or what her character died of?
>>By YoungCountryGurl2004 (Friday, 25 Jul 2003 22:25)
i love the movie beaches... i watched it 4 the 1st time in yrs the other day and i fell in love strait away.
the performances are outstanding and make the viewer feel as if they play a special pert in the film
i have to say i love it
>>By Tahn (Wednesday, 1 Oct 2003 11:41)
Does anyone know the name of the book that's a sequel to the movie" Beaches"? Please if anyone knows email me info asap. I have only seen the book once when I was a teen and have been looking for it since. Thank You!
>>By rotzie311 (Friday, 6 Feb 2004 03:38)
if any one wants to know the lyrics to the song The Wind Beneath My Wings by Bette Midler i finally got them
>>By jenny loves beaches (Sunday, 8 Feb 2004 08:01)
hilary dies from viral cardio myosis and the words to the song that c.c. sings in the bunny suit are:
Happy happy birthday bunny boy!Looks kinda funny he's my bunny boy loves me so sweet he's my bundle of joy i try to go to sleep but it's just no use cause all he really wants to do is reproduce happy birthday to you happy birthday darling jonny happy birthday to you love from your darling bunny girl barbara mwah
victoria's cats name is pouncer she sings the song pouncer pouncer the wonder cat i'm so glad you're not a rat or a jappet
and the book thats a sequel to beaches is called i'll be there by iris rainer dart
I love Beaches it's my favorite movie i have seen it so many times that i could probably recite the whole thing and yet i still cry every time...
>>By dollipop (Monday, 16 Feb 2004 03:07)
Isn't it beautiful that after all these years Beaches is still a tear-jerker that doesn't suck. That film is tough, emotional, candid and uplifting... no matter how 'sophisticated' my film choices have become as I mature, Beaches stands as my all-time fave.
I watch it at least once a year.
This film is special to me because my tough mother and I shared a strong bond over our adoration for Bette Midler. She showed Beaches to me when I was 11 and I fell in love with it. We both cried and emotionally connected for the first time in an adult sense. Then Mum told me a few weeks later that "Wind Beneath My Wings" was her favourite modern song, so I learned every note of the music and lyrics.
By the time I was 14, my Mum had succumbed to cancer and when I really missed her, I would sing that song for her with all the passion my jazz-trained was capable of.
Beaches is an amazing film for people coping with loss and grief issues.There is something so realistic and appealing about the imperfect characters and the way their passions drive them together and apart.
Besides all that, Beaches features the sweetest lullabye I have ever heard;
"Baby mine, don't you cry
Baby mine, dry your eyes
Rest your head close to my heart
Never to part, baby of mine
Little one when you play
Don't you mind what they say
Let those eyes sparkle and shine
Never a tear, baby of mine
If they knew sweet little you
They'd end up loving you too
All those same people who scold you
What they'd give just for
The right to hold you
From your head to your toes
You're not much, goodness knows
But you're so precious to me
Cute as can be, baby of mine"
Bette Midler continues to have an incredibly successful career and I love her every incarnation - from 'Bath-house Betty', to ballad-loving diva or vengeful 'first wife'. Ms Midler is, without a doubt, among the finest performers America can lay claim to.
>>By PrincessNicky (Saturday, 11 Sep 2004 19:58)
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