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"I haven't really watched too many of the sci-fi/horror films...I know my sister real…"

Ginny replied Mar 1, 2016 to What Are You Watching?

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"We can't forget the Andy Hardy films either. I used to record them every time they c…"

Ginny replied Mar 1, 2016 to Classic Film Series

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"I agree, Rosie! I haven't heard of a lot of these series that people are posting, an…"

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"You know, I keep seeing they play the Saint movies on TCM, and I still haven't seen…"

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"I forgot about this one! Great movie! I think it is based on a true story?"

Ginny replied Feb 26, 2016 to A Game I Play

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"Right! Pannise was such a sweetheart! He was kind of like one of Chaplin's character…"

Ginny replied Feb 26, 2016 to A Game I Play

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"I know most of the East Side Kids movies were in poor condition for that very reason…"

Ginny replied Feb 26, 2016 to Classic Film Series

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"I love the Crosby and Hope films. I get such a kick out of how the make fun of each…"

Ginny replied Feb 26, 2016 to Classic Film Series

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"I know! No matter how many times you've seen the episodes, they never get old!"

Ginny replied Feb 26, 2016 to What Are You Watching?

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"I have the first 5 seasons of the Andy Griffith Show, and I've been watching them ov…"

Ginny replied Feb 25, 2016 to What Are You Watching?

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