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What are your favorite movies?
Comedy, musicals, tarzan
Who are your favorite stars?
Three Stooges, Johhny Weissmuller, Marilyn Monroe, Sean Connery as James Bond
Who are your favorite directors?
Woody Allen, Billy Wilder, Alfred Hitchcock
About Me: Tell us about yourself/or your love for classic movies
Musician into traditional jazz and swing. I have a blog on jazz music and classic films.
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At 1:43am on June 24, 2009, Shane said…
I love Johnny and Gordon, too. They are my favorite Tarzans. they're the best.
At 11:46am on May 28, 2009, Abdullah aka Chuck said…
Boni Blackstone was (is?) married to wrestling announcer Joe Pedicino( a man so rotund the Jim Cornrette used to say they built the Hubbel telescope to get pictures of the far side of Joe Pedicino's belt line!) Boni and Joe were based out of Atlanta and hosted a four hour block of wrestling programs on Saturday nights from 1984 to 1994. Joe also co-hosted Pro Wrestling This Week with legend Gordon Solie that Boni appeared as a feature reporter. When ESPN picked up the Global Wrestling Federation from Texas, for daily broadcast, Joe announced and Boni was the ringside interviewer. Same with Deep South Wrestling. This was all before Boni got a chance in the WWF. But most importantly, she was a little doll!!
At 11:17am on May 27, 2009, Abdullah aka Chuck said…
Hey Dave... my name's Chuck btw...I came into wrestling when I was already a little too old, so I mostly managed, promoted and was the booker( wrote the shows!) I have been in the ring with King Kong Bundy, Jimmy Valiant and Koko B. Ware. I've ran the backroom( putting shows together, giving finishes and planning matches) on shows with Greg "The Hammer" Valentine, Jim Brunzell, The Rock and Roll Express and the Freebirds. My old partner started with Mark Calloway, who became the Undertaker, so we all had dinner together when the WWE was in town. I ran autograph signing events with Dick The Bruiser, The Crusher and Baron Von Raschke. I helped Abdullah The Butcher put on his "girdle"( certainly one of my proudest moments!) and cleared out bathrooms and held the cell phone and ciggerettes of Sensational Sherri Martel while I stood guard. I've hung out with Larry Szybsko, Bobby Heenan, Jim Cornette, Hacksaw Duggan and too many to name. My proudest achievements were running a "Night Of Legends " that reunited Midwest icons Jimmy Valiant. Yukon Moose Cholack, and promoter Bob luce for the first time in 17 years! Great fun and I also got a few mentions in Jimmy Valiant's autobiography.I am the commisioner and ring announcer for CHICAGO ALL-STAR WRESTLING and have a show this Saturday.
At 11:25am on May 21, 2009, Abdullah aka Chuck said…
Very much enjoying the blogs Dave! the Louies( Armstrong and Prima) are personal favorites and anyone who appreciates The Stooges and Tarzan etc. Is allright in my book!
At 9:39pm on May 20, 2009, Ktrek said…
Welcom to The Golden Age of Hollywood David. I hope you enjoy the site. By the way, I could not get the link to your blog to work. Is the URL correct?


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