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What are your favorite movies?
any laurel and hardy, abbott and costello, ma and pa kettle, humphrey bogart and clark gable
Who are your favorite stars?
same as above
Who are your favorite directors?
don't know too many director's
About Me: Tell us about yourself/or your love for classic movies
i also LOVE elvis presley and sly stallone and paul michael glaser.
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At 4:48pm on November 26, 2008, LadyMadeleine said…
Hi Laquita,

Just wondering if your kitty is a Maine Coon? I have a Maine Coon next door that has adopted me... they are adorable...

Bogart, Cats, and Elvis... sounds good!



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