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Jolene
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Bungalow Gal Jolene is searching for Legends...be that you?

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What are your favorite movies?
Philadelphia Story
Who are your favorite stars?
Katherine Hepburn
Carole Lombard
Virginia O'Brien
About Me: Tell us about yourself/or your love for classic movies
Jolene is an Editor and Reporter, in the nom de plume of Starlight Reporter for Vintage Allies. She is always a Creator and Purveyor of Hospitality and Dreams. When you’re looking for all good…all things vintage, Hollywood and Vine…a bit naughty,…edgy… Kitschy… Bungalow… or Fine ....there you’ll most certainly find Jolene!

Vintage Allies
http://www.vintageallies.com

Quotes: ”I am not afraid…I was born to do this.” Joan of Arc and “Never live ordinarily…but extraordinarily”…Jolene

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There Will Never Be Another Audie Murphy

Posted on March 14, 2010 at 6:30am 10 Comments

An American Legend…
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ALL OF ME...

Posted on February 11, 2010 at 10:00am 6 Comments

One witness reported...



"It was a beautiful clear night and you could see for miles. It hardly seemed minutes before the plane faded away over the Charleston range when I saw a flash and then big tongues of flame rising from the mountainside. The plane cracked in two like a piece of kindling wood."



Shock spread throughout the nation. War time America! Exactly when every… Continue

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At 7:43am on March 24, 2013, stephen rosenthal said…

Hubba, hubba, golly gee I haven't heard that expression since well, a long time ago. Nice to have you aboard.

At 3:12am on March 24, 2013, Judy Geater said…

Thanks for inviting me to be a friend, Jolene. I've only just joined so still finding my way round the site!

At 2:54pm on March 7, 2013, Bill Semonavick said…

Hi Jolene. Just got on the commputer, been awhile. Take care hope to talk to you soon.  OH, I will check for messages.

Bill

At 2:22am on December 19, 2012, Dave Miller said…

Thank you for the friend add, Jolene. No, I don't have my own web site. I get most of the pics I post off different groups on Facebook.

Hope to chat with you more in the near future.

Take care,

Dave

At 7:26pm on December 17, 2012, Al Pearce said…
Thank Ya', M'am. I reckon i'm a' feelin' mighty gratified. :-). It's just a habit of mine whenever i write a reply to add a southern drawl. But that mid-atlantic accent is sure something i wish could make a glorious return, even in this century. I've got a hunch many things from the old days are going to make a comeback. Especially bringing back the classic style of filmmaking. One can only dream, eh? :-')
At 7:11pm on November 9, 2012, Al Pearce said…
What does "Dahlink" mean? Did you mean to say "Dahling"? Like the way someone like Kate Hepburn or Cary Grant would say "Darling" in their mid-Atlantic accents? :-)
At 1:46pm on September 24, 2012, Al Pearce said…

well, mrs. Jolene, you are now approved into my CLASSIC ADVENTURE FILMS group. forgive me for having taken so long. and a Vintage loving lady from Gettysburg is always welcome! i always remember those Yankees and Southerners that died in that bloody battle. they definitely made history. hope you enjoy your stay in my group. there's lots to discuss there but lately there hasn't been much action, so i hope to make more of it. :-)

At 7:11pm on July 5, 2012, eldon said…

Thanks Jolene...it is an pleasure and an honor being a friend of yours!

At 7:01pm on July 5, 2012, William said…

Hi Jolene,        Thanks for the Email....And that is just the way I feel about G.A.O.H. To me it is the best site around..............................

Thanks again................and Take care..........................JOBILL

At 7:35am on April 5, 2012, Bill Semonavick said…

Hi, Jolene, how are you doing? I understand you wish to be a friend? If so thank you. I too and looking forward to speaking with you. Iike the vintage of you, Here's look'n at you kid, take care of yourself.

Bill

 
 
 

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