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Wolf Blood, 1925

Started this discussion. Last reply by Christopher Feb 7, 2009. 3 Replies

Upcoming remakes of SciFi films, classics and otherwise..

Started this discussion. Last reply by Classic Movie Man Jan 29, 2009. 6 Replies

The ABC's of movies.

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Oct 13, 2018
Edward Gielty replied to Dave Miller's discussion Behold, Brooklyn's Magnificently Restored Kings Theatre in the group Picture Palaces
"Just looked at the pictures of the restored theatre and it is absolutely sumptuous. For anyone who has not read this article of a Picture Palace from the Golden Age gloriously resurrected, be sure to have a look. What a magnificent achievement!"
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Hammer Horrors

Universal ruled the horror genre in the 30's and 40's. Then it was Hammer Films turn from the 50's to the 70's. Horror, sex, and gallons of blood. Amicus Studios, and other British studios will be included in the messy mix.See More
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Picture Palaces

This group is dedicated to the great, and not so great, picture palaces that showed all the movies and their stars that we all love. It is a place to share stories of past experiences of going to the movies.See More
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What are your favorite movies?
Of Mice and Men, Casablanca, Raiders of the Lost Ark, To Kill a Mockingbird, King Kong, Godzilla, Frankenstein, Dracula, The Wolfman, Creature from the Black Lagoon, The Maltese Falcon, The Lost Squadron, Ben Hur (silent), City Lights, The Secret Life of Walter Mitty, Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein, Hercules, Samson and Delilah, Rear Window, Star Wars, Lord of the Rings trilogy, Phantom of the Opera (silent) and many more.
Who are your favorite stars?
Karloff, Bogart, Cagney, Jean Rogers, Hepburn, Grant, Peter Lorre, Vincent Price, Lauren Bacall, Myrna Loy, Edward G. Robinson, Sidney Greenstreet, Wallace Beery, all of the Barrymores, George Sanders, Gene Kelly, Debbie Reynolds, Lionel Atwill, George Zucco, Basil Rathbone, and many more.
Who are your favorite directors?
Hitchcock, Ford, Wellman Scorsese, etc.
About Me: Tell us about yourself/or your love for classic movies
I collect all kinds of stuff. Movies, tv shows, radio shows, comics, pulps, and stuff related to owls.
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At 6:14pm on October 7, 2017, Tiffany Brannan said…

My name is Tiffany Brannan. I don't think I have ever seen you online while I have been here. It is nice to meet you!

By the way, I would like to invite you to join my blogathon, "The Great Breening Blogathon:" It is celebrating the life and work of Joseph Breen, the enforcer of the Motion Picture Production Code between 1934 and 1954. As we honor his birthday, which is on October 14, we will be discussing and analyzing the Code era, breening films from other eras, and writing about our own ideas for classic movies. One doesn't have to agree with the Code and Mr. Breen to enjoy that! I hope you will do me the honor of joining. We could really use your talent!

Yours Hopefully,

Tiffany Brannan

At 9:32pm on December 16, 2016, Gary Gamage said…

Regret delay in answering Dave, I've been away from this website for quite a while. What clubs are you part of?


At 9:29pm on December 16, 2016, Gary Gamage said…

At 12:49am on November 20, 2016, STURTEWAGEN said…

Thank you for the welcoming. But, sorry, I do not speak English. I am helped by Google translation.

At 6:26am on September 20, 2016, Stephen Butler said…

Thank you, Dave - sorry it takes so long for me to reply; illness (my own) and death (not my own) have prevented me from getting back to you sooner.  Take care, Stephen x

At 8:39pm on September 15, 2016, Quinn Foerch said…

I will, surely! Thank you, Dave!

At 2:38pm on August 29, 2016, qjaf said…

Thank You. 

Best regards!

At 5:46pm on July 30, 2016, Rosie Sayer said…

Thanks for posting, Dave. It's been as quiet as a graveyard around here lately. I will check out that Laurel and Hardy video as soon as I'm done watching The Wolf Man. 

At 3:57pm on July 21, 2016, Grace Reed said…
Thank you, Dave! I am excited to become a member.
At 12:12pm on July 21, 2016, veerle van den buys said…

Thank you! I'm glad I can join this group. Greetings, Veerle


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