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Read All About it: Books on Film

Reviews and recommendations on books about films, stars, directors, etc. are all welcomed here.
Mar 23, 2013
Le Chat-Noir left a comment for E.J. Mayton
"Hi! E.J. Mayton... I'm humbled, and you are very welcome! deedee :)"
Mar 14, 2013
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TCM CLASSIC MOVIES...TCM WHERE THERE ARE MORE STARS THAN IN HEAVEN...

Please Join Me as I Take a look at Classic Film Stars and Classic Films aired over there on TCM...Starting this monthBelow Is a link that will take you to TCM Now Playing Guide...See More
Mar 14, 2013
Le Chat-Noir left a comment for E.J. Mayton
"Hi! E.J. Mayton... You're very welcome and from one artist to another I have somewhat Of a keen eye...I know when a artist rendering is quite well done and your drawing do pay hommage to actress Elizabeth Taylor... Thanks, for sharing the…"
Mar 9, 2013
E.J. Mayton commented on Miss Retro's group James Byron Dean
"DeeDee, I have James Dean's boxed set, lots of extras, commericals, his auditions and of course his movies.  The ironic commercial that he made when he talked about safe driving that the life you save may be his own, haunts me to watch…"
Mar 9, 2013
E.J. Mayton commented on Patti's group Fans of John Garfield
"Thanks for the correction, I was writing the same time I was watching Garfield, then later thought, "Oh No" yes, "the Breaking Point," my favorite.  I have to admit I was more impressed with the first watching of "We…"
Mar 4, 2013
E.J. Mayton commented on Patti's group Fans of John Garfield
"Watching John Garfield on TCM now, "The Pride of the Marines," his acting as a blind marine is awe inspiring, I wish he had been given the credit he always earned.  Next is "We Were Strangers," with Jennifer Jones, two…"
Mar 4, 2013
E.J. Mayton commented on Patti's group Fans of John Garfield
"Hi Patti and thank you so much, I'm new here, so this is new, but how we love John Garfield.  I miss Lorraine (Lori) so much, she would have loved the tribute to John.  She and John are bonded in my memory together!  Happy…"
Mar 4, 2013
E.J. Mayton commented on Miss Retro's group James Byron Dean
"Love these visuals of James Dean in "East of Eden."  There are actors who have had years of experience, many movies, yet this young man stepped onto the screen and transported us through film into the soul of a character, there were…"
Mar 4, 2013
Le Chat-Noir left a comment for E.J. Mayton
"Hi! E.J. Mayton... Welcome aboard!...ditto on what Patti, has said, and I hope that you will enjoy your stay too! deedee :)"
Mar 3, 2013
E.J. Mayton commented on Miss Retro's group James Dean
"Happy to see DeeDee on board with James Dean.  Dean lived such a short life and yet his movies are excellent.  Who can forget the character of Cal in "East of Eden," a wonderful film from Steinbeck's book. …"
Mar 3, 2013
E.J. Mayton joined Penny's group
Mar 3, 2013
E.J. Mayton joined Miss Retro's group
Mar 3, 2013
E.J. Mayton joined Patti's group
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Fans of John Garfield

A group for fans of the sensational John Garfield---an incredible talent whose film career was cut tragically short due to the Hollywood blacklist and, even more tragically, whose life was cut short by a fatal heart attack at the age of 39.See More
Mar 3, 2013
E.J. Mayton left a comment for Ktrek
"Kevin, thank you so much, this site looks wonderful.  I already see so many groups I would love to be a part of.   It is an honor to remember so many wonderful movies, actors and directors.  The art of film is amazing,…"
Mar 3, 2013

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What are your favorite movies?
Rebecca
Marnie
Sunset Blvd.
Film Noir
all the great movies of the past!
Who are your favorite stars?
Elizabeth Taylor
Bill Holden
Gary Cooper
James Dean
John Garfield
Robert Duvall
and many more!!!
too many to name!!!
Who are your favorite directors?
Robert Altman
Billy Wilder
too many to list!!
About Me: Tell us about yourself/or your love for classic movies
artist, love books, horses, TV Show from the 60's "National Velvet," classic movies and many types of music
Relationship Status:
Single

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At 10:41pm on March 14, 2013, Le Chat-Noir said…

Hi! E.J. Mayton...

I'm humbled, and you are very welcome!

deedee :)

At 8:27pm on March 9, 2013, Le Chat-Noir said…

Hi! E.J. Mayton...

You're very welcome and from one artist to another I have somewhat Of a keen eye...I know when a artist rendering is quite well done and your drawing do pay hommage to actress Elizabeth Taylor... Thanks, for sharing the drawing and the kind words... as usual!

deedee :-)

At 3:56am on March 8, 2013, Le Chat-Noir said…

Hi! E.J. Mayton...

You're very welcome! and I quite agree with your comment... too!

deedee :)

At 5:18pm on March 3, 2013, Ktrek said…

E.J. we are glad to welcome you to The Golden Age of Hollywood! I hope you enjoy the site.

Kevin

 
 
 

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