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Gary Taylor replied to Rosie Sayer's discussion A Game I Play
"Jim, I agree with you; Mad and Rosie are incredible. I have learned a lot from them both. Also, I have learned a few things from you too."
Feb 17, 2014
Gary Taylor replied to Rosie Sayer's discussion A Game I Play
"Great choice, Jim.  Also, great description of that scene."
Feb 13, 2014
Gary Taylor replied to Rosie Sayer's discussion A Game I Play
"27. The Picture of Dorian Gray (1945) Hurd Hatfield is Dorian Gray, a rich young man having a portrait painted of himself by his friend Basil Hallward (Lowell Gilmore).  During a posing session he meets Lord Henry Wotton (George Sanders). Lord…"
Feb 4, 2014
Gary Taylor replied to Rosie Sayer's discussion A Game I Play
"Great choice, Jim!  This was the movie that introduced me to the acting talents of Olivia de Havilland. The level of kindness she portrayed as Melanie really captured my attention.  We are in desperate need of more people with…"
Oct 16, 2013
Gary Taylor replied to Rosie Sayer's discussion A Game I Play
"44. Monsieur Verdoux (1947) Charles “Charlie” Chaplain is Henri Verdoux - a man devoted to financially supporting his wife Mona, who is confined to a wheelchair (Mady Corell), and his son Peter (Allison Roddan). For over 30 years he was…"
Aug 16, 2013
Gary Taylor replied to Rosie Sayer's discussion A Game I Play
"Wow, Alyssa, thank you for the behind the scenes info. As a single man, I think I would have fallen for Diane (Jean Simmons). If I began a relationship with her I would be running around shouting, "My ship has finally come in" - not…"
Aug 13, 2013
Gary Taylor replied to Rosie Sayer's discussion A Game I Play
"35. Angel Face (1952) Frank Jessup (Robert Mitchum) as an ambulance driver responds to a Beverly Hills mansion where Mrs. Catherine Tremayne (Barbara O'Neil) almost died from a gas leak in her room.  After Mrs. Tremayne is feeling better,…"
Aug 12, 2013
Gary Taylor replied to Rosie Sayer's discussion A Game I Play
"This was the first movie that I saw Frank Sinatra in.  It was a part of the Mystery Classics 50 Movie Pack Collection. When I borrowed these dvds from my friend and was going through them I remember I wasn’t too excited about seeing Frank…"
Aug 8, 2013
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Gary Taylor replied to Rosie Sayer's discussion A Game I Play
"28. Suddenly (1954) Frank Sinatra stars as John (Johnny) Baron, a former soldier who is planning to assassinate the President of the United States when he makes a scheduled stop in a small town named Suddenly. Johnny, with two of his henchmen, poses…"
Aug 8, 2013
Gary Taylor replied to Rosie Sayer's discussion A Game I Play
"Great choice, Alyssa. Joseph Cotten was really something scary in this movie (as Teresa Wright's eyes show)."
Aug 7, 2013
Gary Taylor replied to Rosie Sayer's discussion A Game I Play
"12 O’clock High (1949) Gregory Peck stars as Brigadier General Frank Savage in WW II, who is given command of a hard-luck bomber group that is totally demoralized.  With stern discipline and a tough demeanor (a departure from his…"
Aug 6, 2013

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What are your favorite movies?
The Heiress, To Each His Own, Ben Hur, A Stolen Life, 14 Hours, Dark Passage, Laura, Roman Holiday, Born Yesterday, My Man Godfrey, The Swan, 12 Angry Men, The Star, In A Lonely Place, The Day The Earth Stood Still, Trapeze, Jeopardy, The Best Years of Our Lives, Safety Last, Modern Times, Spartacus, Gone With the Wind, Tora Tora Tora
Who are your favorite stars?
Olivia de Havilland, Humphrey Bogart, Bette Davis, Gregory Peck, Barbara Stanwyck, William Powell, Grace Kelly, Robert Mitchum, Susan Hayward, Sophia Loren, Mary Astor, Joan Blondell, Fred MacMurray, Claudette Colbert, Clark Gable, Lana Turner, Lauren Bacall, Kim Novak, Audrey Hepburn, James Stewart, Fred Astaire, William Holden, Greer Garson, Gloria Grahame
About Me: Tell us about yourself/or your love for classic movies
A few years ago my pastor and his son introduced me to their classic film collection and I was just amazed as to how good these movies were. I really enjoy watching classic movies. Back then, unlike today, the actors/actresses really had to rely on their talent to put a story across to the audience. And boy did they ever!! When talking with friends about classic movies I tell them, "Yes they're old movies, but it's like they're new to me". I have a collection now; and it's still growing.
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At 10:20am on March 11, 2012, Ktrek said…

Welcome Gary to The Golden Age of Hollywood. I hope you enjoy the site.

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