The North Avenue Irregulars (1979)

Hey check out my friend Mark reviewed the Disney film North Avenue Irregulars at my request! Very funny movie if you haven’t seen it.

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A reverend named Albert Fay Hill passed away in 2014. He was most famously known for creating a citizen’s task force made up of women who helped bring down local gambling dens. He later published a book about it in 1968 and Disney adapted it as a comedy film in 1979.

Today, we are going to be reviewing that very film at the request of long-time follower and fellow blogger friend, Rachel Wagner. Sit back and relax as we take a look at The North Avenue Irregulars!

And remember, SPOILERS AHEAD!

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5 thoughts on “The North Avenue Irregulars (1979)

  1. 1979 was a very busy year for Disney. No animated movies. We’d have to wait another 2 years for The Fox and the Hound, but in the live action department they came out with The North Avenue Irregulars, The Apple Dumpling Gang Rides Again, Unidentified Flying Oddball and The Black Hole. These films are rarely even mentioned anymore, so nice that you highlighted this forgotten little gem.

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    1. I didnt realize there were so many that year. I guess 2016 isnt first year to have a deluge of live action Disney film. I havent heard of Unidentified Flying Oddball but will look it up. The rest of those are awesome.
      I feel like there are hardly ever live action family comedies like North Avenue Irregulars any more.

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