S tebou mě baví svět

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Comedy / family film
Year:
1983
Year in film:
1980s
Country:
CZ
Who in bedroom: 3 boys, 2 girls ~6-9 ?
Kind of beds:
same bed
Available on DVD:
yes
I own:
no
Rating:
3/10 
Rating:
***
Comment:
3 boys and 2 girls sharing one larger bed (or 2 put together), but with separate sheets or sleeping bags.

I think there are are also other bedrooms/beds shown (of the grown ups).

Rather few good (bedroom) scenes.

So rating 2-3 only.

Also bib overalls including snow overalls (other blog rating 3) and other scenes of interest. Soon on my pigtails blog.

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La Canne de mon père

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TV family film. Novel: Louis Blériot
Year:
2000
Year in film:
1910s
Country:
France
 –Who in bedroom: boys ~7-13 ?
Kind of beds:
separate beds
Available on DVD:
yes
I own:
no
Rating:
7/10
Rating:
*******
Comment:
The family has 9 kids. I think 7 boys and 2 girls. I think usually 4 boys in one tiny, half of an attic room. So there are at least 2 or 3 more bedrooms. The 2 sisters, around 14+5 yo also shown sharing a bed. Maybe some of the younger brothers also sleep in the girls’ room. Most boys are around 10-11 yo. Oldest ones 12-14. Youngest boy ~5 yo.

Great movie with also other scenes of interest including shirtless scenes, a chubby boy, a boy in bib overalls and others in aprons.

Nice, Waltons-like family and table. But could be better.

Rating 6-7.

More infos and pics on my bib overalls, just updated, rating 6.

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Update: Stapelbed (Villa Achterwerk)

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I finally found my tape and added this pic to it’s entry.

There were even much more kids in this bunk bed: 13. Many headshots. Kids are quite young ~8-10 yo.

Kids (boys and girls in pajamas and other nightwear) entering this rare bed, one at a time. Then they talk about one subject and their feelings. At the end there’s a pillow fight, also to the lower bunk, and a male voice says, that they should stop or he comes upstairs. Should be the dad?

VPRO production. Just in 1989.

Main entry, rating 5

/2013/02/18/stapelbed-villa-achterwerk/

Spuk von draußen

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Family series, 7 ep
Year: 1987-1988
Year in film: 1980s
Country: East Germany
Who in bedroom: girls ~8 bunk bed, same +boy
Kind of beds: bunk bed, one
Available on DVD: yes
I own: no
Rating: 3/10
Rating: ***
Comment: 2 sisters usually in a wooden bunk bed. But also later together with a boy (brother) in his bed (I think located in the same room).

Looks like the bunk bed in the 1982 series Spuk im Hochhaus (2 brothers, rating 4). Usually, I like bunk beds, but I don’t like the young girls and prefer US movies.

Also on my bib overalls blog (girls, rating 4).

I don’t know the complete series, yet.

Rating 3-4 for now only. Still quite interesting. I have few entries about sisters and brother+sisters.

The Waltons – Season 7

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In s7e1 (set around 1941), Mary Ellen and Erin sharing a tiny loft room and a foldayway bed at a guesthouse. Erin likes this room, but Mary Ellen doesn’t.

I prefer posting brothers bedrooms, but there are very few foldaway beds.

The Waltons also have some other and better scenes at their home, mainly 3 brothers in one room and 3 sisters (rating 8). Also some guest and other constellations.

/2012/12/02/the-waltons/

The Enfield Haunting

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Horror film, mini series in 3 parts
Year:
2015
Year in film:
1977
Country:
UK
Who in bedroom:
Janet, Margaret ~11, 13
Kind of beds:
same bed. separate
Available on DVD:
yes
I own:
yes, partly TV recording
Rating:
5/10 
Rating: *****
Comment:
2 sisters, played by Fern Deacon and Eleanor Worthington-Cox sharing one room and partly one bed. They have one younger brother, but he has a room for his own (I haven’t noticed that room).

Quite boring horror movie most of the time and dated setting. Yellow, dark room and wooden beds, looks more like the 1950s or 60s except for the posters. And sharing a bathtub with 3 kids alternately in 1977?

At least a quite unusual movie and girls sharing a bed.

Rating 4-5 only.

Update: Little House on the Prairie (f/m)

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I found 2 boys, maybe brothers sharing a room in s9e1. Beds are horizontally aligned. The other boy in the left bed is darkhaired.

Pic 2 showing a better view of the attic with Laura and Mary sharing one bed wearing night caps (s1e15). Their little sister sleeps elsewhere, obviously downstairs.

Pic 3 showing an interesting Western-like green metal bed in the 2nd post-series movie Little House: Bless All the Dear Children (1984) (set around 10 years later, probably in the 1880s or 1890s).

Main entry, previously rating 5 at

/2012/12/21/little-house-on-the-prairie/

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Yours, Mine and Ours (1968)

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Comedy film starring Henry Fonda
Year: 1968
Year in film: 1960s
Country: USA
Who in bedroom: boys. Girls
Kind of beds: bunk beds + separate
Available on DVD: yes
I own: no
Rating: 7/10 ?
Rating: *******
Comment: Like in the 2005 remake there are in total 18 kids (I think 7 brothers and 11 sisters, in the novel there are 20 kids (8 boys) in 8 rooms, 3 stories), but not in one room. About 3 of them look grown-up and about 4 are very young. Most famous kids are 11 yo Mitch Vogel (Bonanza) and 7 yo Eric Shea.

I don’t know the complete movie. According to a time chart there are at least 5 letter-coded bedrooms for half of the kids. So in total around 8 rooms.

Jean and Veronica sharing room A (maybe more here), Mary and Gerald room C, Tommy and Phillip room D, Germaine, Teresa and Joan room E. Rest 9 including the room with the 2 bunk beds. Rest 5. So probably 2 or 3 more rooms makes 7-8 rooms + 1 for the parents.

At least 2 wooden bunk beds in one room. Obviously 2 older girls and 2 older boys sharing the room with the bunk beds. I don’t know how the other rooms look like and if there are more bunk beds. In one scene 3 young kids (at least 2 girls) entering the parents’ bed.

I hope for a soon broadcasting but obviously there are no more than 4 or maybe 5 in one room. I can only say for sure of 3 girls sharing one room and also 2 boys. In the remake there are at least 4 brothers sharing a room.

Rating 7 for now.

 

Una semana solos

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Drama
Year:
2007
Year in film:
2000s
Country:
Argentina
Who in bedroom:
boys. girls
Kind of beds:
separate beds,2in1
Available on DVD:
yes
I own:
no
Rating:
5/10 
Rating: *****
Comment:
Some boys and girls 7-14 yo sharing a house without grown-ups for a week. English title “A Week Alone”.

Completetly on YouTube.

I don’t remember if boys or girls really sharing a bed at night (do they sleep anyway ?). I assume that the girls have rooms for their own.

A quite interesting scene (shirtless) and movie. But somehow I still prefer US movies, brothers and bunk beds.

Reminds me of movies with a similar plot like “The Cement Garden” or “J’ai voulu rire comme les autres” (rating 10 on my sailor suit blog). I think there’s at least one more similar movie but I don’t remember that title.

Rating 5-6 only.

17 Kids and Counting

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Reality TV aka 19 Kids and Counting
Year:
2008-
Year in film:
2000s
Country:
USA
Who in bedroom:
10 boys. 9 girls
Kind of beds:
bunk beds + single
Available on DVD:
no
I own:
no
Rating:
5/10 
Rating: *****
Comment:
The Duggar family of Arkansas has (currently) 10 boys and 9 girls. Boys and girls each sharing one room.

The boys’ room has/had 4 bunk beds and 2 single beds. The pic 2 is from s10e9 (other location ?) and I thought there might be selfmade 3 story beds. I haven’t found better pics (showing all beds at once) and the bedrooms probably changed after each child. Pic 1 is from a room tour having fewer bunk beds. They also have a slide to a lower room.

I think only one bunk bed in the girls’ room. Some girls sharing one bed.

Better pics also showing the girls’ room is at

http://hookedonhouses.net/2010/08/16/19-kids-counting-the-duggar-family-at-home-in-arkansas/

The series is also now shown on German TLC (starting from season 8).

The most boys in one room I previously had was 6 (and 5 girls).

I somehow don’t like much these rooms. They are more like halls or dorms. Most kids are also very young (in early seasons). But I have to recheck more episodes.

I think the 2nd largest family I have is 15 kids in La gran familia, then 13 kids in “Der Typ, 13 Kinder & Ich” and some with 12 kids. More kids only in dorms or at camp or hospital. I also have several kids sharing one single bed. And several boys and girls both sharing a room unlike here. There are also large families with some grown up kids. Update: 18 kids (including teens) in Yours, Mine & Ours.

Not sure if I need more categories.

Rating 5 for now.