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I worked with John Wayne, David Janssen, Ed Faulkner and Jim Hutton. Website: BartonMacLeod.com
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John Wayne, David Janssen, Jim Hutton,Audrey Hepburn
and Ed Faulkner
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It's about the good old days. Barton born in Ireland. Maureen O'Hara sent her signed picture which is on my website.
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Turner Classic Movies “TCM Remembers” festival tonight, honoring actors, directors & writers who passed away in ‘09. Starts w/ON THE WATERFRONT (’54) at 8pm.

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Turner Classic Movies “TCM Remembers” festival tonight, honoring actors, directors & writers who passed away in ‘09. Starts w/ON THE WATERFRONT (’54) at 8pm. Cheers, Barton B. Mac Leod

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At 11:14am on April 13, 2010, Abdullah aka Chuck said…
Have a great birthday!!

At 7:03pm on November 28, 2009, Michael Joseph Pieper said…
Thanks for adding me as a Friend Gordon. John Wayne Believed the Best about America and American's , He Motivated all Americans to Believe The Best about Ourselves and to Strive for Better. He Helped The Rest of The World to Believe The Best About Us Too. What a Priceless Gift He Gave to All of Us. How Badly We Need To Remember and Perpetuate that Confidence and Esteem We All Once Shared About Ourselves.
At 11:02am on November 28, 2009, Michael Joseph Pieper said…
Hi Barton I fixed these up for you too.

At 12:08pm on November 27, 2009, Michael Joseph Pieper said…
Welcome Barton I tried to fix thesre up for you.

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