The Golden Age of Hollywood

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"Me neither...but since I have every movie on DVD that has won the Best Picture Oscar…"

Michael B. Druxman replied Dec 30, 2017 to What's the last DVD you purchased?

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Reply by Edward Gielty

"INTO THE WOODS.  Haven't watched it yet.  Maybe tonight."

Michael B. Druxman replied Mar 27, 2015 to What's the last DVD you purchased?

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Reply by Edward Gielty

"PRISONERS with Hugh Jackman"

Michael B. Druxman replied Jan 5, 2014 to What's the last DVD you purchased?

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Reply by Edward Gielty

"I ordered 3 titles from Warner Archive: THE FRISCO KID THE MAN I LOVE THE HARD WAY"

Michael B. Druxman replied Jan 1, 2013 to What's the last DVD you purchased?

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Reply by Edward Gielty

"THE DESCENDANTS and YOUNG ADULT"

Michael B. Druxman replied Mar 15, 2012 to What's the last DVD you purchased?

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Reply by Edward Gielty

"THE SOCIAL NETWORK"

Michael B. Druxman replied Jan 16, 2011 to What's the last DVD you purchased?

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Reply by Edward Gielty

"My favorite Cagney is definitely WHITE HEAT, followed by YANKEE DOODLE DANDY, THE RO…"

Michael B. Druxman replied Jul 1, 2010 to Are you a James Cagney fan?

49 Oct 30, 2010
Reply by Alice Rose

"At Blockbuster, I just picked up used copies of THE YOUNG VICTORIA, NINE, CRAZY HEAR…"

Michael B. Druxman replied Jun 26, 2010 to What's the last DVD you purchased?

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Reply by Edward Gielty

"For me, Cagney is second only to Bogart."

Michael B. Druxman replied Jun 18, 2010 to Are you a James Cagney fan?

49 Oct 30, 2010
Reply by Alice Rose

"Michael Ansara"

Michael B. Druxman replied May 8, 2010 to How many stars of the golden age and later years are left?

14 Feb 3, 2013
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