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What are your favorite movies?
Stage Door (1937)
Wizard of Oz (1939)
Auntie Mame (1954)
All About Eve (1950)
Who are your favorite stars?
Katherine Hepburn
Ginger Rogers
Fred Astaire
Lena Horne
Clarence Muse
Paul Robeson
Mitzi Green
Lyda Roberti
Ruby Keeler
About Me: Tell us about yourself/or your love for classic movies
I was the only kid I knew who was addicted to the Busby Berkeley musicals of the 1930s - this was in the 70s, mind you. With the money my folks gave me for my 12th birthday, I purchased the double-LP, "Judy Garland - The Golden Years at MGM", and was faced with the task of explaining to my school friends who the heck was "Julia Garfield". What can I say?
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http://www.larry-d.com

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At 6:50pm on November 27, 2010, Abdullah aka Chuck said…
Welcome to the GAOH Larry! Hope you enjoy yourself here!
 
 
 

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