WR621 – ‘Stand By Me’ (1986) – Best Stephen King Adaptation Ever?

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Kevin Maher returns to discuss his new Christmas book ‘Santa Doesn’t Need Your Help’ before diving into a breakdown of what might the best movie adaptation of any book by Stephen King, Rob Reiner’s ‘Stand By Me’ (1986).

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