The Golden Age of Hollywood

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"Tiffany, I don't know much about Lew Ayres, except that he was one of Ginger Rogers'…"

Patti replied Oct 11, 2017 to What Are You Watching?

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"Oh, yes, The Misfits is a really good movie, and it's also kind of heartbreaking.  F…"

Patti replied Oct 11, 2017 to What Are You Watching?

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"Recently enjoyed an evening with what I deem to be Humphrey Bogart's most brilliant…"

Patti replied Oct 9, 2017 to What Are You Watching?

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"Love Ball of Fire.  Such a funny movie.  And Coop is beyond handsome!!"

Patti replied Oct 9, 2017 to What Are You Watching?

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"26.  I'll Never Forget You  (1951) This is a time-travel film, starring Tyrone Powe…"

Patti replied Oct 4, 2017 to A Game I Play

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"I'm between A Star Is Born and Middle of the Night (both in my top 20 of all time).…"

Patti replied Aug 30, 2017 to What Are You Watching?

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"Yes, Coop is certainly beautiful in Meet John Doe.  That's a really great movie.  Th…"

Patti replied Aug 30, 2017 to A Game I Play

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"Anthony, Design for Living is a perfect choice for this evening---Fredric March's 12…"

Patti replied Aug 30, 2017 to What Are You Watching?

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"Love this movie.  Love that scene.  And isn't Gary Cooper totally gorgeous in this o…"

Patti replied Aug 29, 2017 to A Game I Play

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"Watched The Visit tonight, in honor of Ingrid Bergman's birthday.  Was so mesmerized…"

Patti replied Aug 29, 2017 to What Are You Watching?

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