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John Frederick Ackroyd replied Sep 30 to A Game I Play

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"  25. The Dark Tower (1943) -a British circus thriller starring Ben Lyon, Anne Craw…"

John Frederick Ackroyd replied Sep 30 to A Game I Play

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"I have neither heard of or seen this one. I will put out my radar for it, though. Th…"

John Frederick Ackroyd replied Sep 21 to Movie about classic film fans - Man in the Chair

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"Hi Karen, I have this movie in my collection. If you want it, it's yours."

John Frederick Ackroyd replied Sep 10 to A Game I Play

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"Fast-paced and furious- screwball comedy at its best!  I never tire watching this ge…"

John Frederick Ackroyd replied Sep 9 to A Game I Play

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John Frederick Ackroyd replied Aug 30 to A Game I Play

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John Frederick Ackroyd replied Aug 30 to A Game I Play

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"  20. Trapeze (1956)-  spectacular circus movie directed by Carol Reed, starring Bur…"

John Frederick Ackroyd replied Aug 30 to A Game I Play

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"I remember watching this on TV late at night when I was a teenager. It must have mad…"

John Frederick Ackroyd replied Aug 13 to A Game I Play

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"He was a good character actor, but struggled with poor health most of his life."

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