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SHARE YOUR MOVIE MEMORABILIA COLLECTIONS

Started Sep 18, 2010 0 Replies

Hi,I'm a big classic movie fan and have collected autographs and photos since I was a kid. When living in New York in the 1970s I was an autograph hound going to events and television shows getting…Continue

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What are your favorite movies?
Red Violin, Rocky
Who are your favorite stars?
Joan Crawford, Humphrey Bogart
Who are your favorite directors?
Polanski, Hitchcock
About Me: Tell us about yourself/or your love for classic movies
I've been collection movie memorabilia since I was a kid and love classic films
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Single
Website: Do you have one? Please share!
http://stores.ebay.com/MY-MOVIE-MEMORABILIA-AND-MORE

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