The Golden Age of Hollywood

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"Happy to keep going to, can think of another one or two I think"

kareng replied Oct 31 to A Game I Play

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"This is not actually from Billy Elliott movie, but it was this number that they show…"

kareng replied Oct 26 to A Game I Play

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"31.  Billy Elliott (2000)     Stars:  Jamie Bell, Julie Walters, Jean Heywood   A t…"

kareng replied Oct 26 to A Game I Play

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"4.  The Wizard of Oz (1939)  Judy Garland, Jack Haley, etc. etc. etc. wonderful cast…"

kareng replied Sep 18 to A Game I Play

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"Yes, was wondering if they would count.  Its a very interesting category and not lik…"

kareng replied Sep 18 to A Game I Play

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"Agree it would be a tough category. Maybe go to 10 or something ?  If we're going fr…"

kareng replied Sep 18 to A Game I Play

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"If Urban Cowboy counts, Rosie, do we now have 50, (i.e. UC can be no. 50?) have we…"

kareng replied Sep 17 to A Game I Play

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"49.  It (1927)  Clara Bow The writer of the It book and creator of the "It" concept,…"

kareng replied Sep 17 to A Game I Play

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"Just checked, its not been mentioned.  So all good for Entry # 43!  :D "

kareng replied Sep 13 to A Game I Play

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"I do love this movie!"

kareng replied Aug 31 to A Game I Play

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