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What are your favorite movies?
Republic, Universal, and Columbia movie serials and B-westerns.
Who are your favorite stars?
Kane Richmond, Roy Barcroft, Linda Stirling, Rod Cameron, Ralph Byrd, Kay Aldridge, Peggy Stewart, Charles Middleton, Buster Crabbe, Jean Rogers, Bela Lugosi, Eduardo Ciannelli.
Who are your favorite directors?
William Witney, John English.
About Me: Tell us about yourself/or your love for classic movies
A big fan of movies from 1935-1965, with especial fondness for movie serials.
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At 9:27pm on November 26, 2012, Ktrek said…

Welcome D. J. to The Golden Age of Hollywood. I'm also a fan of the serials but don't have time to watch many of them anymore. I mostly am a sci-fi fan so I prefer the serials like Flash Gordon, Buck Rogers, King of the Rocketmen etc. etc. I hope you enjoy our site!

Kevin

At 7:19pm on November 25, 2012, Dave Miller said…

Welcome to the Golden Age of Hollywood, D.J. I hope you enjoy your visits here.

 
 
 

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