The Golden Age of Hollywood

Trivia Contest Next Weekend - Looking or help with pictures of films stars

Hi everyone,

I just recently corresponded with Kevin and I am brand new to the site. Every year I compete with my team in the world's largest trivia contest in Stevens Point, Wisconsin. This year it takes place next weekend. As part of the contest, tomorrow we will receive 30 pictures to identify, and typically several of the pictures are from silent and classic film. 

We are allowed to send the pictures to anyone we want, but we cannot post them anywhere. If anyone would be interested in taking a look at the pictures, please just let me know! I can send them along once we have them tomorrow evening. Thanks everyone!


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Gosh would've loved to do this. Too late as I'm seeing this note after the event. I was only thinking recently how good it would be to get "name that star" going here again at GAOH - a similar game to the trivia one.

I second what Karen said. I'm just seeing this post on the 22nd. I hope you did well in the contest, Brandon!

We might have to talk to Kevin about "Name that Star".  I'd be interested in being Admin for that one.


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