that'll be just dandy. you'll soon get the hang of things around these here parts, m'am. by the way, today i celebrate Gregory Peck's birthday by watching some of his best films today and the rest of the week until the next.
sure, i already knew that. very interesting city that El Paso. classic country singer Marty Robbins did a wonderful ballad in 1959 called EL PASO, about a doomed Gunfighter who loves a Mexican Femme fatale and has even killed for her.
glad to know you've met her in person. she is indeed still beautiful with all her charisma and charm. what do you say we start a discussion in my CLASSIC ADVENTURE FILMS group now that you're a member of it? :-)
howdy Jenna: i have finally approved you into my CLASSIC ADVENTURE FILMS group. hope you enjoy your stay there. always mighty fine to greet someone from Texas, that ol' lone star state in the great southwest. i am due there this summer. it is one of the most historically interesting states in the whole of north america. from Sam Houston to Davy Crockett, to the Alamo and the Cowboys of the Wild West, right down to Debbie Reynolds today who has just released her memoirs. :-)
Welcome Jenna to The Golden Age of Hollywood. I hope you enjoy the site. Btw...we have some John Garfield fans around here (Patti for one she moderates that John Garfield group here and also Deedee who runs the Film Noir group) who would be happy to meet your acquaintance.
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