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Bob Forsyth commented on Stephen Butler's blog post The Adventures of Robin Hood (1938)
"Its one of my favourite movies also I have the DVD and extras is it not amazing that Olivia is still with us and we are talking about a film from the 30s incredible. "
Jul 15
Bob Forsyth replied to Catherine's discussion IF YOU COULD BE RE-INCARNATED...
"Cary Grant he from England like me and was the most amazing actor and star, and i bet he had major fun!"
Mar 18, 2014
Bob Forsyth commented on Bob Forsyth's blog post Cary Grant
"At the dinner in the evening there must be a meal and my table of 10 would be Sophia Loren, cary grant, (my chances with Sophia have now gone) jean Harlow for the beauty Gary copper for you ladies i know he is your favourite dean martin for the…"
Feb 1, 2013
Bob Forsyth commented on Dave Miller's photo
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Barbara and husband Robert Taylor at home, 1942

"I love Robert Taylor in Ivanhoe which is set in ashby de la zouch which is where i live, he died far to young."
Feb 1, 2013
Bob Forsyth commented on Bob Forsyth's blog post Cary Grant
"I think almost any man would like second best next to Cary he looked great in his 70s, I wonder did Frank Sinatra have a fling with Sophia? He did we everyone else. Yes the tux is ready for me to show Sophia a great time!"
Jan 31, 2013
Bob Forsyth commented on Catherine's photo
Jan 31, 2013
Bob Forsyth commented on Bob Forsyth's blog post Cary Grant
"Well this is a great debate and a tough call as to who to take to the oscars? I think Virgina Mayo or Sophia Loren. For now I think Sophia..... And I can ask her how did she turn Cary down?"
Jan 31, 2013
Bob Forsyth commented on Bob Forsyth's blog post Cary Grant
"It's great to know that I am not the only one and that others feel the same, it is not something that everyone understands and they would probable think i was a bit crazy! after watching a great movie then reading about it where it was filmed…"
Jan 30, 2013
diane commented on Bob Forsyth's blog post Cary Grant
"I don't think you are alone at all Bob with your feelings toward the stars of yesteryear. I watch a lot of old films and sometimes I get a bit teary only because I just want to tell them how wonderful I think they are. Only the other day I was…"
Jan 30, 2013
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Cary Grant

I just watched a Cary Grant movie Pride and Passion and was once again struck by what an amazing presence he had and his natural style, no one in my view has ever come close. I feel sad i cannot talk to him about the movies he was in and meet him, clearly this is not to be.I wonder am i the only one who has these feelings of emotion when watching some of the stars of yester year? See More
Jan 27, 2013
Bob Forsyth joined Doug's group
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Creature from the Black Lagoon

Celebrating the 1954 horror classic featuring the Gill-Man and the vivacious Julie Adams, as well as its sequels and yet to be cast upcoming re-make.
Jan 13, 2013
Bob Forsyth commented on Dave Miller's video
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Abbott & Costello Meet the Creature from the Black Lagoon

"Growing up I loved Bud and Lou not in the same league as Laurel and Hardy but good non the less!"
Jan 13, 2013
Bob Forsyth commented on Mistress Mylene's photo
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William Holden and Audrey Hepburn on set of Sabrina

"I am not up to date with there relationship what happened? Thanks"
Jan 13, 2013
Bob Forsyth commented on Catherine's photo
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INA BENITA

"Her story would make a really good film with a very mysterious ending"
Jan 13, 2013
Bob Forsyth left a comment for Micaela Lea Guglielmi
"Welcome to the site"
Jan 9, 2013
Bob Forsyth commented on Catherine's photo
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BRIAN ADHERNE 1940

"Saunders was great an amazing voice which you can hear in your mind, a talented man, I loved some of his films. A suicide alone is a very sad way to pass. But it does seem to happen a lot in extrodenary people. I liked him in Sampson and Delilah. I…"
Jan 9, 2013

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What are your favorite movies?
Casablanca, Rope, The Birds, North by Northwest, adventures of Robin Hood, Sherlock Holmes, Arsenic and Old Lace, Cleopatra, Shane, Gone with the Wind, Universal Horror Movies, Tarzan, Comedys
Who are your favorite stars?
Richard Burton, Clarke Gable, Marilyn Monroe, Laurel and Hardy, Veronica Lake, Cary Grant, Johnny Weissmuller, James Stewart, Laurel and Hardy, Abbot and Costello
Who are your favorite directors?
Hitchcock, Hughes,
About Me: Tell us about yourself/or your love for classic movies
I love old movies from the golden era and stars of the films
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Married

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Cary Grant

Posted on January 27, 2013 at 5:46am 5 Comments

I just watched a Cary Grant movie Pride and Passion and was once again struck by what an amazing presence he had and his natural style, no one in my view has ever come close. I feel sad i cannot talk to him about the movies he was in and meet him, clearly this is not to be.

I wonder am i the only one who has these feelings of emotion when watching some of the stars of yester year? 

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At 9:01pm on January 6, 2013, Karen Burroughs Hannsberry said…

Thanks, Bob! I'm happy to be here!

At 2:48pm on January 2, 2013, Catherine said…

The weather here is freezing cold and windy...this site warms my heart, and bones, too!  Like Dave says, GAOH is our little oasis...hope you enjoy yourself here as much as I do!

At 9:48am on December 30, 2012, Dave Miller said…

At last, I can welcome you to the Golden Age of Hollywood, Bob. Sorry for the earlier blunder. I hope you will enjoy your visits here, and take advantage of all the great groups and get to know the many wonderful people who populate our little oasis on the internet.

 
 
 

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