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Gloria R. Burge
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I'm going to a Halloween picnic costumed as an Indian; have a beautiful costume my friend made complete with beading and headband.  Following that I'll attend a surprise birthday party for a good…Continue


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What are your favorite movies?
Out of The Past, Cape Fear, The Sundowners, Heaven Knows Mr. Allison, Dial M for Murder, Body Heat, Macao,
Ryan's Daughter, Night of The Hunter
Who are your favorite stars?
Robert Mitchum, Sean Connery, Paul Newman, Cary Grant, Jeremy Irons, Jimmy Stewart, Claudette Colbert, Vivien Leigh, Elizabeth Taylor, Jack Lemmon, Marilyn Monroe,Doris Day, James Garner, Ava Gardner, Rita Hayworth
Who are your favorite directors?
Spielburg, David Lean, Charles Laughton, William Wellman
About Me: Tell us about yourself/or your love for classic movies
I have recently become enamored of the late Robert Mitchum; collecting his movies, reading all books about him. I write poetry/prose, am a voracious reader, like to sketch in pencil and charcoal. I have 3 grown children and 8 grandchildren. Love to travel; Work out at a gym; hang out with friends and family. I am in my 60's but can't believe it; my brain thinks I'm 25 and I like it that way.
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At 5:34pm on November 2, 2010, joe said…
Hi Gloria,
Bob's kid was in Big Jake with the Duke,were their families pretty close? Seems like they have a few ties together.Like your shirt by the way. I must say I really like Bob in His Kind Of Woman also.
At 8:49am on October 29, 2010, Abdullah aka Chuck said…
Not my picture Gloria...the Robert Mitchum group group needs a picture... I put a Mitchum pic by your group, but if you want to have can change it. That's what i meant...But Hey! Great Idea!! About time we had a Bob Mitchum group arouund here!!! He's freakin' awesome! Both me and Ktrek joined the group already! Truly one of the coolest actors around!
At 9:11pm on October 28, 2010, Abdullah aka Chuck said…
Gloria, took the liberty of approving and adding a picture to your Robert Mitchum group. You can change the pic if you like!...Chuck( Abdullah)
At 4:36pm on February 15, 2010, Gary Gamage said…
Gloria, thanks for the comments. I worked for Boeing as a Manufacturing Methods Analyst (involves creating and assigning computerized weekly assembly job charts) in Everett, WA where they assemble 747, 757, 767, 777, and now 787. I think the 767 is over with, and the 757 may be - I've lost track.
Yes, Robert Mitchum was uniquely cool. He always said he just went in and did it, but if you check any scene he was doing it extremely well. One of my all-time favs of his is "out of The Past" - strong, fascinating storyline and tense character interaction - its a legendary noir cult film now.
At 2:14pm on February 15, 2010, M.T. Fisher said…
TCM has it scheduled for April 5.
It's not out on DVD except for PAL format.

Glad you enjoyed my music.


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