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John Frederick Ackroyd replied Nov 3 to A Game I Play

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"   Here's one I've been longing to post!   34. Joan the Woman (1916)- tremendous si…"

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John Frederick Ackroyd replied Oct 28 to A Game I Play

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"  32. Ben Hur: A Tale of the Christ (1925) - spectacular silent epic with a cast of…"

John Frederick Ackroyd replied Oct 28 to A Game I Play

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"I'm happy to keep going, Rosie. I've some more in the tank!"

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"30. The Campus Vamp (1928) - Mack Sennett silent two-reeler featuring the risqué and…"

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"  27. A Bridge Too Far (1977)-  Epic World War 2 movie in Technicolor directed by Ri…"

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