The Golden Age of Hollywood

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"I think a Christmas round is a wonderful idea! 3. White Christmas from 1954 is one o…"

Tiffany Brannan replied Dec 20, 2017 to A Game I Play

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"It is so interesting to know about the Technicolor parts of "Ben Hur." I had never h…"

Tiffany Brannan replied Oct 31, 2017 to A Game I Play

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"Without Love is a grand movie. It's humorous, tender, and so delicate. Keenan Wynn i…"

Tiffany Brannan replied Oct 17, 2017 to What Are You Watching?

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"That's very interesting. I have never seen "The Treasure of the Sierra Madre," but I…"

Tiffany Brannan replied Oct 9, 2017 to What Are You Watching?

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"There have been some excellent films listed recently. I haven't mentioned one in a w…"

Tiffany Brannan replied Oct 6, 2017 to A Game I Play

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"22. Bell, Book, and Candle from 1957. This is a color film with Kim Novak and Jimmy…"

Tiffany Brannan replied Sep 29, 2017 to A Game I Play

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"This is a wonderful choice, John, and you posted some excellent"

Tiffany Brannan replied Sep 27, 2017 to A Game I Play

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"That is an excellent one, John! 20. On Moonlight Bay. This is a charming, World War…"

Tiffany Brannan replied Sep 27, 2017 to A Game I Play

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"17. The Tender Trap from 1955. This is a color movie, but there is one scene in Debb…"

Tiffany Brannan replied Sep 26, 2017 to A Game I Play

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"I'm glad that you have joined the game and that you like the topic which I suggested…"

Tiffany Brannan replied Sep 26, 2017 to A Game I Play

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