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Kenneth Walker
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Kenneth Walker commented on Ktrek's blog post Locking the doors?
Jun 29
Kenneth Walker commented on Ktrek's blog post Locking the doors?
"Kevin. Im a senior citizen  [ 83] who chats every Saturday. This is a BIG plus for me. I can contribute 5 bucks which im sure is just a drop in the bucket. Theres  three other guys i chat with[ one a senior like myself]. I m sorry I cant…"
Jun 29
Kenneth Walker commented on Rosie Sayer's blog post How I'm Surviving Without Cable TV (but not without TCM)
"Rosie, it looks you did the smart thing.We have sattelite tv but thats just for my wife. I use the small tv that gets regular programs.I watch a lot of MeTV old programs but Im happy with that.. She watches a channel from another country. [shes from…"
Jan 14
Kenneth Walker replied to Stephen Butler's discussion GENERAL FILM SCORE-RELATED BUFFOONERY in the group Classic Movie Composers
"Hi Stephen and Happy New Year! Im not sure what fits in this category. Im a big fan of film scores ranging from the "b " films to "epics"! Ernest Gold and Elmer Bernstein are two of my many favorites. Hope  you have a great…"
Jan 1
Kenneth Walker commented on Roger L. Schoolcraft's group Cliffhangers
"OOPS !  Forgot to include DVDS."
Jul 2, 2016
Kenneth Walker commented on Roger L. Schoolcraft's group Cliffhangers
"First let me wish everyone a safe and happy 4th of July. Judging from the many entries on utube  and other sites there is still a healthy interest in serial more commonly known as cliffhangers. Prices vary for cassettes   and theres…"
Jul 2, 2016
Kenneth Walker replied to Dave Miller's discussion Behold, Brooklyn's Magnificently Restored Kings Theatre in the group Picture Palaces
"I commend those  chose to restore this magnificent theater. Unfortunately there were people  here in our city who could have did the same and chose not to. Thus many of our old movie palaces were razed and became parking lots. Our…"
Jun 15, 2016
Kenneth Walker commented on Ktrek's blog post Throwing in the towel
"Kevin, I too am extremely sorry to see the site fold.Unfortunately I have neither suggestions or more important, funds to help forestall  the closure. I will thank you for the effort you made to keep it going. Best of luck for any future…"
Jun 4, 2016
Kenneth Walker replied to Ginny's discussion Classic Film Series
"Ginny, Hi.   My choices are rom the Golden Age of  movies. I  started going to movies around 1941. My fav series would be the THIN MAN with Powell and Loy, CHARLIE CHAN ,BOSTON BLACKIE with Chester Morris,THE SAINT with …"
Feb 27, 2016
Kenneth Walker commented on Roger L. Schoolcraft's group Cliffhangers
"Looks like something the late Ed  Woods  Jr. might have dreamed up. LOL"
Feb 19, 2016
Kenneth Walker commented on Roger L. Schoolcraft's group Cliffhangers
"John Duncan.............Rest in peace '"
Feb 15, 2016
Kenneth Walker commented on Dave Miller's group Picture Palaces
"In the late '40's we had a Strand theater here [ lLouisville Ky] that specialized in first run Universal features. They did show a few Hoppy westerns and one serial, cColumbias  Adventures of Superman. It later shared the same fate as…"
Feb 5, 2016
Kenneth Walker commented on Dave Miller's group Hammer Horrors
"This is a few personal notes that some might find interesting.  Im from a small town  of 5600 people. Our one theater was the principle source of entertainment. Back in 1941,[ I was seven years old then], there were people handing out ads…"
Jan 30, 2016
Kenneth Walker replied to Dave Miller's discussion From the SAS To The Gurkhas: The Story Of Sir Christopher Lee in the group Hammer Horrors
"The entertainment world suffered a great loss  when Sir Christopher Lee passed away. He headed the list of my favorite actors along with the Chaney's Sr. and Jr. I enjoyed every movie that he was a part of ,especially THE MUMMY and CITY OF…"
Jan 29, 2016
Kenneth Walker commented on Kenneth Walker's blog post Congratulations
"As an afterthought , One thing I did on the TURNER CLASSIC MOVIE chat boards years ago , was to select a serial, and post a chapter  each Saturday. CONTINUED NEXT WEEK was the title and as I recall had a favorable following. Whether this…"
Jan 29, 2016
Kenneth Walker commented on Kenneth Walker's blog post Congratulations
"Thanks for the kind words. First let me say that one of the categories that could be [regrettably] is the cliffhanger s. I've seen little activity there. Perhaps when and if a list is compiled, a general category of the least used …"
Jan 29, 2016

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What are your favorite movies?
Who are your favorite stars?
Lon Chaney, Karloff
Who are your favorite directors?
James Whale. John Ford
About Me: Tell us about yourself/or your love for classic movies
78 years young. Married 40 years +. One son whos a avid movie fan like myself. First movie eexperience at age seven[1941]. Semi retired.
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Posted on March 7, 2013 at 11:29am 6 Comments

To Kevin ,Dave and everyone who contributes to make this one of the best and informative sites around.For most of my 78 years, Ive been a movie ,and to a lesser degree, television fan.This site has been a wealth of knowledge to me. Theres truly something for everyone here who loves the arts. Looking forward to more successful years here at GAOH.

Continued success!

Ken Walker

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At 4:34pm on September 29, 2014, Al Pearce said…

Howdy Mr. Walker! How are things down yonder in Kentucky? Simply dropping by to say hello considering it's been a while. Semper Fi!


At 11:44am on May 12, 2014, Al Pearce said…

By the way, TWELVE O' CLOCK HIGH is probably my favorite movie about the United States Army Air Corps (as it was known then). Great acting on behalf of Gregory Peck and Dean Jagger (who won an oscar for his role, though Peck deserved one too). It is a masterpiece on the pressure men face during a bombing campaign such as those notorious daylight raids over Germany. even though it focuses more on the airmen and how they are affected, the movie does have a great prolonged battle sequence the blends real war footage with hollywood footage very well. And the score by Alfred Newman, though small, is effective and packs a punch. the other Aerial combat films i want to see are AIR FORCE and THIRTY SECONDS OVER TOKYO.

At 11:19am on May 12, 2014, Al Pearce said…

Welcome to this great site, Mr. Walker. a Hearty "Semper Fidelis" to you and your service to our country during the 1950s, an era i love very much. I am an old soul and know that the past should not be seen through "rose tinted" glasses but i still love just about anything from the 1930s, 40s and 50s, especially the great movies of those times and the music and fashions of the lot. It is a time that i would very much have like to have lived in, even if i am just 17.

 Good to have a fellow Southerner along as well, from the ol' Bluegrass state. I was born and raised in Miami, Florida. So geographically and BY HEART i am a southerner, even with my hispanic blood and living in hispanic communities. But if anything i would be more at home at a ranch in Texas than i would anywhere else. :-)

At 4:48pm on August 24, 2012, Ktrek said…

Hello Ken! Welcome to The Golden Age of Hollywood. Sorry about the delay in approving your membership and for the not greeting you sooner. I work for a big box store and we just finished our annual inventory and things have been gruesome for a couple of weeks. I hope to have some more free time after this coming week is over. I hope you enjoy the site.


At 1:18am on August 23, 2012, Dave Miller said…

I like the avatar you have now, Ken. Ralph Byrd WAS Dick Tracy. No one else could play the part like he did.

At 1:16am on August 23, 2012, Dave Miller said…

Glad to have you here, Ken. I see you have 2 friends already. More to come. I promise.

At 3:46pm on August 22, 2012, Dave Miller said…

Welcome to the Golden Age Of Hollywood, Ken. I know you'll have a good time here, and meet lots of great, like minded folks.


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