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"I had this hypothesis the last time I saw this film. My vote: Claude is playing Pric…"

Paco Malo replied May 25, 2014 to A Game I Play

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"One from my top ten list: favorite screwball comedy: Easy Living "

Paco Malo replied May 25, 2014 to A Game I Play

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"That bird got famous; I'll say that for him."

Paco Malo replied May 25, 2014 to A Game I Play

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"Continued: Below we see Uncle Peter going after The Bird in an inefficient but humor…"

Paco Malo replied May 23, 2014 to A Game I Play

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"Stellar behind the scenes photo of shooting preparations."

Paco Malo replied May 22, 2014 to A Game I Play

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"Okay, I'll behave. 6. Gone with the Wind (1939). My comments above written as a comm…"

Paco Malo replied May 22, 2014 to A Game I Play

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"If you go to an English dictionary and look up wicked you will find the clip of this…"

Paco Malo replied May 22, 2014 to A Game I Play

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"That's dessert. But no matter, it was "the It" picture and will be again, once the m…"

Paco Malo replied May 22, 2014 to A Game I Play

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"And we're off to dinner at 8:00. Oops. You go girls -- John and I will get our cours…"

Paco Malo replied May 21, 2014 to A Game I Play

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"And Rosie can 'bring home the bacon, fry it up in a pan ... and never, ever let you…"

Paco Malo replied May 21, 2014 to A Game I Play

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