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"Oh, I think so!! Good Morning Mad  "

Shirlee Vaughn replied Jan 17, 2012 to Which Golden Age actor would you pick to be a James Bond Villain?

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"I could also see Joan Crawford being equal to  "

Shirlee Vaughn replied Jan 16, 2012 to Which Golden Age actor would you pick to be a James Bond Villain?

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"Sure, I could envision that...."

Shirlee Vaughn replied Jan 16, 2012 to Which Golden Age actor would you pick to be a James Bond Villain?

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"Orson Wells "

Shirlee Vaughn replied Jan 16, 2012 to Which Golden Age actor would you pick to be a James Bond Villain?

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"AHHHHH......we're in the same ballgame......and you tagged me out at first base"

Shirlee Vaughn replied Jan 16, 2012 to Which Golden Age actor would you pick to be a James Bond Villain?

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"  GOT IT...  ; )"

Shirlee Vaughn replied Jan 15, 2012 to Which Golden Age actor would you pick to be a James Bond Villain?

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"Me thinks, you make a very good point!!  "

Shirlee Vaughn replied Jan 14, 2012 to Which Golden Age actor would you pick to be a James Bond Villain?

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"I forgot the pix of Mr. Pacino: "

Shirlee Vaughn replied Jan 14, 2012 to Which Golden Age actor would you pick to be a James Bond Villain?

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"I don't think he has been mentioned but surely Paco would agree with me on Marlon Br…"

Shirlee Vaughn replied Jan 14, 2012 to Which Golden Age actor would you pick to be a James Bond Villain?

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"This is one I haven't seen for so many years.... February and TCM can't get here too…"

Shirlee Vaughn replied Jan 14, 2012 to Which Golden Age actor would you pick to be a James Bond Villain?

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