The Golden Age of Hollywood

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"I'd say it definitely qualifies and what a great one to start the topic with!  Thank…"

kareng replied Mar 10 to A Game I Play

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"Great to hear from the stars themselves about the great days of silent and early fil…"

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kareng replied Mar 3 to About: " The Golden Age of Hollywood." Fading... all but gone. What ever can we do ??

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"Let's do it, John!  :D    Rosie must be busy elsewhere lately but I'm sure she would…"

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"Actually thought of a new topic !  How's this  ?? *** MOVIES FEATURING A NATURAL DIS…"

kareng replied Feb 27 to A Game I Play

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"Do we think we've exhausted this topic, Rosie?   And does anyone have any suggestion…"

kareng replied Feb 10 to A Game I Play

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"Hi E. Roberson There are many great books out there by Hollywood stars of the silent…"

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"I love Jeanette MacDonald/Nelson Eddy movies too!  And Sonja Henie's a delight too!…"

kareng replied Jan 30 to What's the last DVD you purchased?

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"Nice words."

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"29.  Oz: The Great and Powerful (2013)  James Franco, Rachel Weisz, Michelle William…"

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