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What are your favorite movies?
The Tall T
His Girl Friday
Foreign Correspondent
Mr. Smith Goes To Washington
True Grit
Winchester '73
Western Union
Mark Of Zorro
To Have And Have Not
The Maltese Falcon
Double Indemnity
Dial M For Murder
Call Northside 777
The Bulldog Drummond movies
The Warner Brother's Nancy Drew movies
And many more...
Who are your favorite stars?
Randolph Scott
Jimmy Stewart
John Wayne
Fess Parker
Humphrey Bogart
Joel McCrea
Gary Copper
Tyrone Power
Glenn Ford
Bing Crosby
Cary Grant
Barbara Stanwyck
Olivia De Havilland
Joan Leslie
Bonita Granville
Alive Faye
Myrna Loy
Margaret O'Sullivan
Jean Arthur
And the list goes on...
Who are your favorite directors?
Frank Capes
John Ford
Howard Hawks
About Me: Tell us about yourself/or your love for classic movies
Movie and history buff interested in every aspect of show biz in the last century. Includes film, stage, radio, music etc.
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At 11:57am on January 28, 2016, Ktrek said…


Thanks for commenting in my blog post. All comments, whether by new members or old, are valued and help with the decision process. I'm going to try my best to keep the site going for now. We'll see if things pick up any. Also thanks for your interest and involvement. It's always fun when new members get involved.


At 10:16am on January 21, 2016, Andrew said…
Thank you kareng. I was afraid I'd discovered this about four years too late, but glad I'm glad to see it's still alive.
At 9:34am on January 21, 2016, kareng said…

Hi Andrew, Welcome, hope you enjoy discovering this wonderful site.  Lots to see and do here.  Enjoy.  kareng

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Welcome to the Golden Age of Hollywood! We hope you enjoy the site.



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