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Andrew replied to Ktrek's discussion What Are You Watching?
"I've not even seen 100 musicals, much less own that many! But I will one day. As far as the story goes, I agree it is weak. But then most musicals seem to be rather weak that way, few having the intricate plot and developed characters of a…"
Feb 5, 2016
Andrew replied to Ktrek's discussion What Are You Watching?
"I understand. I'm really not much into sci-fi/fantasy. Star Wars is pretty much the only one in that genre I care for. I'm a great lover of music, so I find most musicals interesting. Perhaps one reason I like it and the final ballet so…"
Feb 3, 2016
Andrew replied to Ktrek's discussion What Are You Watching?
"Last night I watched An American In Paris for the first time. I've always loved the Gershwin brothers music, but somehow never saw this film untill now. The story line is perhaps a little flimsy. But it really only needs to be strong enough to…"
Feb 2, 2016
Andrew replied to Ktrek's discussion What's the last DVD you purchased?
"Thanks for the recommendations y'all! I must say that Dark Victory turned out to be a great film and Bette Davis was really wonderful. A talented actress, and like you said Kevin, few (if any) modern actresses could hold a candle to her. Of…"
Feb 2, 2016
Andrew left a comment for Ktrek
"Thanks Kevin. I certainly do enjoy the site and hopefully I can begin to contribute more as I become more filmilar with it."
Jan 28, 2016
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"Andrew, 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…"
Jan 28, 2016
Andrew replied to Patti's discussion "Connect the Stars" game
"Not sure how easy or how difficult this might be, but at least it should be interesting . How about... 1. Harrison Ford to Rex Harrison"
Jan 28, 2016
Andrew commented on Ktrek's blog post The future of GAOH
"As I am a very new member here I suppose it comes without asking that I would like to see the site continue. I'm a great fan of classic Hollywood and got excited when I saw a semi exclusive site dedicated to that era and the films it produced.…"
Jan 27, 2016
Andrew replied to Ktrek's discussion What's the last DVD you purchased?
"Thanks Kevin. What would you say is Bette Davis' best early film? Or the one I should see next?"
Jan 26, 2016
Andrew replied to Ktrek's discussion What's the last DVD you purchased?
"The last DVD I stumbled across was Bette Davis' 1939 Warner Brother's film Dark Victory. I actually got it because 1) it was cheap and 2) I knew it had Humphrey Bogart in it. The only Bette Davis film I've seen is the 1970s Death On…"
Jan 26, 2016
Andrew replied to Patti's discussion "Connect the Stars" game
"You Were Never Lovlier (1942) / Fred Astaire"
Jan 24, 2016
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Randolph Scott

for fans of the chiseled, laconic Gentleman from Virginia who became one of film history's greatest Cowboy stars. having begun in Comedies, adventure films, War pictures, and in non-singing roles in musicals, Scott soon tackled only the Western genre for the rest of his career, much like his counterpart Joel McCrea with whom he starred in his last film, RIDE THE HIGH COUNTRY (1962). Budd Boetticher, the director with whom he had a famous collaboration and with whom he made some of his best…See More
Jan 21, 2016
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"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."
Jan 21, 2016
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"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. Kevin"
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What are your favorite movies?
The Tall T
His Girl Friday
Foreign Correspondent
Mr. Smith Goes To Washington
True Grit
Rawhide
Winchester '73
Western Union
Mark Of Zorro
To Have And Have Not
Casablanca
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…

Andrew,

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.

Kevin

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

At 2:13pm on January 20, 2016, Ktrek said…
Welcome to the Golden Age of Hollywood! We hope you enjoy the site.

Kevin
 
 
 

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