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We kept our tub when we redid our bathroom, mostly because the master is on the main floor and the rest of the bedrooms and bathrooms are upstairs. If I wanted to soak in the tub I wouldn’t want to have to go upstairs to do so. That being said, we haven’t used the tub since we redid our bath 3 years ago. Mostly we use it to keep a drying rack for all our workout clothes. Oh well. We did do the heated floor and it is the best thing we did in there. It is set on a timer so when we get up in the morning the floor and room are warm. It is great for getting out of the shower also.

Hi Angelina, Yep, you are so right! Houses unfortunately just aren’t big enough normally for them to film inside so they are usually shot on a sound stage. I just recently posted a tour of the home in the movie, Stepmom. That was and is a beautiful home! You’ll find that tour here: https:///house-in-stepmom-movie-is-real-take-the-tour/
I haven’t seen What Lies Beneath but that’s a movie I’ve had request to post about. I need to get a copy of it and watch…probably with the sound off since I’m a big chicken! 🙂

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Gaining a little heft, Barcroft began to play sheriffs, lawmen and other characters on TV westerns such as on “Have Gun Will Travel”, “Trackdown”, “26 Men”, “Tales of Wells Fargo”, “Maverick”, “Laredo”, “Gunsmoke”, “Johnny Ringo”, “Rifleman”, “Shotgun Slade”, “Rawhide”, “Bonanza” and others. For Walt Disney in the late ‘50s Roy worked regularly on “Spin and Marty”, “Elfego Baca” and “Texas John Slaughter”. On theatre screens he played character roles in some 40 major westerns of the ‘50s and ‘60s—“Oklahoma” (‘55), “Man Without a Star” (‘55), “Domino Kid” (‘57), “Escort West” (‘58), “Six Black Horses” (‘62), “Way West” (‘67), “The Reivers” (‘69) and his final film, “Monte Walsh” (‘70), released after his death on November 28, 1969, at the Motion Picture Hospital in Woodland Hills, California, of kidney cancer. His body was donated to UCLA for research.

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Gaining a little heft, Barcroft began to play sheriffs, lawmen and other characters on TV westerns such as on “Have Gun Will Travel”, “Trackdown”, “26 Men”, “Tales of Wells Fargo”, “Maverick”, “Laredo”, “Gunsmoke”, “Johnny Ringo”, “Rifleman”, “Shotgun Slade”, “Rawhide”, “Bonanza” and others. For Walt Disney in the late ‘50s Roy worked regularly on “Spin and Marty”, “Elfego Baca” and “Texas John Slaughter”. On theatre screens he played character roles in some 40 major westerns of the ‘50s and ‘60s—“Oklahoma” (‘55), “Man Without a Star” (‘55), “Domino Kid” (‘57), “Escort West” (‘58), “Six Black Horses” (‘62), “Way West” (‘67), “The Reivers” (‘69) and his final film, “Monte Walsh” (‘70), released after his death on November 28, 1969, at the Motion Picture Hospital in Woodland Hills, California, of kidney cancer. His body was donated to UCLA for research.

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