The Golden Age of Hollywood

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"John Wayne, Cary Grant, William Powell, Spencer Tracy, Myrna Loy, Greer Garson, Lill…"

M.T. Fisher replied Nov 16 to All time favourite golden age hollywood actors?

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"Season One of 'Mission: Impossible.'"

M.T. Fisher replied Jul 28 to What Are You Watching?

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"I'm glad to know you're not a robot."

M.T. Fisher replied Jun 1 to Verifications - what's going on?

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"I'm in the midst of Kevin Brownlow's 'Hollywood.'  Marvelous series."

M.T. Fisher replied Mar 1 to What Are You Watching?

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"Have to admit, I prefer The Sea Hawk."

M.T. Fisher replied Jan 1 to Michael Curtiz

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"Just picked up some memorabilia from We're No Angels this week.  A color 8x10 scene…"

M.T. Fisher replied Dec 30, 2016 to Michael Curtiz

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"I totally agree. Bruce's site gives the best service of anywhere on the planet. In a…"

M.T. Fisher replied Dec 13, 2016 to Looking for movie posters

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"I've a 1/4 sheet from RIDE THE HIGH COUNTRY, and quite some time ago, Joel McCrea si…"

M.T. Fisher replied Dec 6, 2016 to What Are You Watching?

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"I've been watching episodes of 'Maverick.'  I find it interesting that while the ser…"

M.T. Fisher replied Dec 6, 2016 to What Are You Watching?

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"1776"

M.T. Fisher replied Jul 2, 2016 to Happy Fourth!

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