Three people, ages 40-91, share their life experiences. Caren Marsh Doll, age 91, as a Hollywood dancer and Judy Garland's stand-in, now conducts a dance class for stroke survivors. Marlon Butler, age 52, grew up in the slums of Los Angeles, left to attend college, and was assigned to service people in the slums by his employer. Marlon became the top sales person at the firm, earned a physician's assistant degree, and has a new career as a singer. Paula Ruiz, age 40, the child of immigrants, worked in the grape fields as a child, became college educated, taught school and was terminated due to budget cuts. Paula now teaches at a private school and also picks grapes to help provide income for her children.