Marley and Me - Chapter Sixteen: The Audition and Chapter Seventeen: In the Land of Bochantas Summary & Analysis

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Chapter Sixteen: The Audition and Chapter Seventeen: In the Land of Bochantas Summary and Analysis

Marley gets a part acting in a movie being shot locally. The first scene requires Marley to ride in a minivan with two young children and then calmly exit with the little boy. Take after take shows Marley zooming past the cameras in his excitement to play with his co-stars. The Grogans are told they will be notified if the director needs Marley back, and John is sure that their shot at stardom is over, but they receive a summons for Marley. The director loved Marley's antics and wants to use him in more scenes. For the next several days, John wanders the movie lot beaming with pride over his star dog and bragging to anyone who will listen...

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