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"This set is one of my favorite purchases in the last few years! You will love it!  "

Abdullah aka Chuck replied Mar 16, 2012 to What's the last DVD you purchased?

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"Ok Jules, I'll give it a try. Probably my earliest film memories are those of the cl…"

Abdullah aka Chuck replied Feb 10, 2012 to The “career” of a film buff

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"Mad...the Dinner At Eight take that Marie Dressler does makes me laugh just thinking…"

Abdullah aka Chuck replied Dec 23, 2011 to What are your top five smart aleck lines from a classic film of the 30s or 40s?

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"Then there's this guy......."

Abdullah aka Chuck replied Dec 11, 2011 to Which Golden Age actor would you pick to be a James Bond Villain?

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"Angela Landsbury isn't dangerous. Being a friend of Angela Landsbury on Murder She W…"

Abdullah aka Chuck replied Dec 11, 2011 to Which Golden Age actor would you pick to be a James Bond Villain?

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" Conrad Veidt or Boris Karloff would be villianous!!!"

Abdullah aka Chuck replied Nov 30, 2011 to Which Golden Age actor would you pick to be a James Bond Villain?

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"Visited a buddy last friday...he gave me Kilink In Istanbul( Subs...1966.. also incl…"

Abdullah aka Chuck replied Nov 28, 2011 to What's the last DVD you purchased?

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"Man, I'm trying to keep from ordering the L and H set...but I'm gonna give in soon!…"

Abdullah aka Chuck replied Nov 2, 2011 to What's the last DVD you purchased?

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"Just picked up a 6 disc set of the Best of the Dean Martin Variety Show....saw some…"

Abdullah aka Chuck replied Jul 6, 2011 to What's the last DVD you purchased?

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"My mom used to tell me about when she was a kid and extremely poor, they used to sav…"

Abdullah aka Chuck replied Jun 20, 2011 to A Game I Play

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