The Golden Age of Hollywood

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"Have a look on YouTube if you don't see the whole film you sometimes get the trailer…"

Philip C Binstead replied May 18, 2015 to Hard to find/Rare DVDs

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"I have always thought Cameo Kirby (1923) starring John Gilbert and Jean Arthur was a…"

Philip C Binstead replied Jan 14, 2015 to What was the last "classic" movie you watched?

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"I'm an Alice Faye fan to I have a fair few of her musicals That Night In Rio and Wee…"

Philip C Binstead replied Sep 1, 2013 to What's the last DVD you purchased?

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"I've come in late to this discussion but in regard to 'The Road to' films, my favour…"

Philip C Binstead replied Apr 4, 2013 to What was the last "classic" movie you watched?

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"Hi, yes i have bought several stills on e-bay original stills from the Silent Ben Hu…"

Philip C Binstead replied Oct 28, 2012 to eBay treasures

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Reply by Paul Petro

"MGM made some fabulous musicals, a little sad that most any filmusical prior to WW2…"

Philip C Binstead replied Sep 28, 2012 to MGM Musicals

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"Hi Monty, Seems you have a good sized collection there, it's pretty nye impossible t…"

Philip C Binstead replied Apr 4, 2012 to FILM COLLECTIONS

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Reply by Mads Gregersen

"MGM have long been acknowledged as the greatest producers of hollywood musicals, man…"

Philip C Binstead replied Jul 25, 2009 to MGM Musicals

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