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Just a Little Inconvenience(1977)

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  • A few Insights

    • Doug Thompson
    • 2/7/14

    I was 22 and did all the double skiing for Lee in the film, my buddy Gary doubled for James in the scenes before he left for Vietnam. A gent from CA doubled for James after his injury, I wish I could remember his name! He had his arms, but tied it up to do the stunt work. Was a great group of folks, the Assistant Director Peter B especially stellar. We shot one day during a white out, which means you can't tell the sky from the snow. We were required to hit it hard anyway racing each other to the bottom. I drifted into large moguls and had a spectacular fall one take. At the bottom I apologized to Lee for wiping out, he answered " I never fall" Classic! I see the dvd on sell.com. Seller seems legit so maybe worth a try. To be grateful for all we have is a lesson worth visiting often.

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    • Cindy Smith
    • 7/17/13

    This is the story of the man who founded our non-profit organization, Disabled Sports USA. Jim Winthers, a World War II disabled veteran was the first to provide adapted ski instruction for amputees from the Vietnam war. Today we have grown into a national organization with over 100 chapters, teaching a variety of adapted sports to US Military Service Members disabled in the wars of Iraq and Afghanistan, as well as, all people living with disabilities.We would love to have a copy of this video! Please help us find out how we can acquire it.Best regards,Cindy SmithProgram ManagerDisabled Sports USA Far West530-581-4161x202www.disabledsports.net

  • A One Armed, One Legged Skier Is Something To See

    • Bertie Gros
    • 9/7/10

    This was a made for TV movie and my family and I were fortunate enough to see it. It has only been on the one time. I am still astouned that James Stacy skies with one arm and one leg. I didn't think it were possible. It stays with you and it isn't boring by any means and it doesn't leave a bad taste in your mouth. There is great chemistry between the actors. I would buy it if it were available, but it isn't. So I'm hoping for the next best thing that our friends at TCM will locate the movie and put it on for us. Good Luck All.

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