The Golden Age of Hollywood

Is anyone interested in trading DVDs? I'm getting back into collecting mode. The Trading Post group doesn't seem active anymore.

If you want to know what I have, here's a link to my collection:

http://goldenageofhollywood.ning.com/profiles/blogs/my-collection-i...

Here's a link to my wish list, but I'm flexible:

http://goldenageofhollywood.ning.com/profiles/blogs/my-wish-list

I have some commercial DVDs and VHS tapes I would like to get rid of. I'll make up a list.

I'd love to hear back from some fellow collectors.

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