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What are your favorite movies?
Douglas Fairbanks The Mark of Zorro
The Big Sleep - Bogart
Two Women - De Sica
Major Barbara - Shaw, Wendy Hiller
Wild Strawberries(End of the Road)-IngmarBergman
Who are your favorite stars?
Gene Tierney
Humphrey Bogart
Fred Astaire
Douglas Fairbanks
Robert Morley
Wendy Hiller
Who are your favorite directors?
De Sica
Ingmar Bergman
Howard Hawks
About Me: Tell us about yourself/or your love for classic movies
I like 1930's Music and have
created a Website for Leo Reisman
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At 10:27pm on November 22, 2008, Ktrek said…
Hi Karl and welcome! I hope you enjoy the site!

At 1:14pm on November 21, 2008, Abdullah aka Chuck said…
Welcome to the GAOH! We hope you enjoy yourself here, join in on discussions, make new friends and check out the various groups!


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