The Golden Age of Hollywood

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"The unjustifiably high expense always seems like a rip-off, to me, not an 'opportuni…"

Ollie replied Oct 28, 2010 to The beginning of the end of classic DVD releases ?

24 Dec 8, 2010
Reply by Ghosty

"So many are available in Europe, by the way - so many more, at least. That's the int…"

Ollie replied Oct 28, 2010 to Why don't they give us the Stan and Ollie??

38 Oct 28, 2010
Reply by Christopher

"I went to see Gus Van Vomit's PSYCHO remake, thinking I'd give it a chance and disco…"

Ollie replied Oct 28, 2010 to The Birds Re-make - ugh

9 Dec 8, 2010
Reply by Ghosty

"I just finished watching this film plus the 1960 version with Hugh O'Brien - I never…"

Ollie replied Oct 28, 2010 to And Then There Were None

2 Oct 28, 2010
Reply by Ollie

"Count me in. From about 1983 or '84, I started finding occasional cassettes full of…"

Ollie replied Oct 28, 2010 to Old Time Radio

17 Oct 28, 2010
Reply by Dave Allen

"I don't recall exactly. WIFE HUSBAND FRIEND has a great happy ending, "all is well"…"

Ollie replied Apr 26, 2009 to What We've Been Watching on TCM

78 Nov 8, 2010
Reply by Paco Malo

"I don't think she possesses classically beautiful features. But her early looks (lik…"

Ollie replied Apr 26, 2009 to Bette Davis question/opinion

17 Jul 18, 2009
Reply by Sunny

"Those huge Euro-packages of L&H films are fairly wonderful. No idea why those ar…"

Ollie replied Apr 26, 2009 to Why don't they give us the Stan and Ollie??

38 Oct 28, 2010
Reply by Christopher

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