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This is a group to archive my blogs about Films of the Golden Age Magazine and also to discuss articles from the issues.

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Started by Rod Labbe. Last reply by Ktrek Apr 17, 2013. 8 Replies

Hey! I'm the one who wrote the Steve Reeves article in the Summer 2011 issue: Demi-God on Horseback. Since I was raised on classic films and enjoy ALL films (basically), I always have ideas for…Continue

Films of the Golden Age #72 Spring 2013

Started by Ktrek Apr 16, 2013. 0 Replies

  This quarter's issue of Films of the Golden Age is now available at your local newsstand.…Continue

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Comment by Sentimental Memories on April 10, 2015 at 11:55pm

Hope I can be added...God Bless!!

Comment by Ktrek on July 19, 2013 at 10:43pm

I just got my copy too Roger. I will be starting a thread in the topics area for the issue as soon as I have an opportunity. Unfortunately I have had very little time for GAOH lately as my work load has gotten almost more than I can bear.


Comment by Roger L. Schoolcraft on July 19, 2013 at 10:37pm
Yesterday, I got the first issue of my subscription to Films of the Golden Age, #73 (Summer 2013). This is a good issue to begin my sub as it has a long article looking at William Boyd's career prior to Hopalong Cassidy.
Comment by Roger L. Schoolcraft on June 3, 2013 at 4:18pm
I got an issue of Classic Images today but it got a bit roughed up in the mail so I finally called in and ordered Films of the Golden Age.
Comment by John Frederick Ackroyd on May 29, 2013 at 6:55pm

Hi Kevin, thanks for the invitation. 

About 10 years or so ago, I bought two copies of Films of the Golden Age, but since then I haven't been able to find any in the UK.

 I have to admit though, they are wonderfully entertaining and informative for the classic film buff.  I got them at the National Media Museum of Performing Arts in Bradford, Yorkshire.

Comment by Roger L. Schoolcraft on May 4, 2013 at 4:23pm
I haven't subscribed to Films of the Golden Age yet but do plan to. I've been waiting for that complimentary issue first but it hasn't arrived yet. If it doesn't arrive by my birthday (May 7), I will probably call in a subscription.
Comment by William on May 4, 2013 at 4:12pm

Kevin ,        I like that too about the movies,that are for sale..

I bought some movies from them....When you had it before was Sam De Grasse,still there....???

Comment by Ktrek on May 4, 2013 at 4:07pm

I got my copy of Classic Images about a week ago Roger. The interview article on Joseph cotton is really good. I subscribed to Classic Images several years back and let my subscription lapse but I have always had Films of the Golden Age renewed. I still prefer the magazine format of Films of the Golden Age over the newspaper type format of Classic Images and I also like that Films of the Golden Age has a whole lot more articles but the purpose of each is different. I do like the column in Classic Images that tells you about all the classic film DVD and Blu-Ray releases. That will be helpful. 

Did you also subscribe to Films of the Golden Age Roger or only Classic Images?


Comment by Roger L. Schoolcraft on May 4, 2013 at 2:18pm
I received the first issue of my new sub to Classic Images today. It was mis-folded so the front half of this tabloid is wider than the back half. Oh well! Included inside are: Joseph Cotten profile, a film festival report, a column listing upcoming video releases, a list of film and TV celebrities who are 90 or older (all still alive, I guess!) and a few other regular columns including obituaries. This issue happens to be the one with obits of Roger Ebert & Annette Funicello.
Comment by kareng on April 20, 2013 at 12:26am

I'm considering it.  Definitely.  


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