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Today would have been Douglas Fairbanks Jr's 104th birthday! Let's celebrate his amazing life by watching some old movies and sparing him a thought during your day.

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Happy Birthday Douglas Jr.  Might have to get my copy of Loose Ankles out.  Although I've seen a few of his movies, this is the only one I own.

Good thing about getting out Loose Ankles to watch is that I get to see young Eddie Nugent too!  :)

I've just watched Sinbad again as I haven't watched it in a while. Those gorgeous blue eyes!

I liked Douglas Fairbanks Jr in Union Depot I think it was called.  With Joan Blondell.  And liked him with Ann Dvorak in Love is A Racket.



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