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RMS Titanic

Started Apr 15, 2012 0 Replies

Here is quite a bit of reading material from The New York Times on the…Continue

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What are your favorite movies?
Casablanca; Maltese Falcon
Who are your favorite stars?
Marie Dressler; Lionel Barrymore
About Me: Tell us about yourself/or your love for classic movies
Enjoy Silent/Classic movies, and Historic US Route 66.
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At 11:23pm on April 4, 2012, Ktrek said… is quite a bit different then a message board but it can be fun at times. Hey..btw be sure to add me as a friend. You do that by going to my personal page and below my pic is a link to add me.


At 11:06pm on April 4, 2012, Ktrek said…

Hello Larry and welcome back to The Golden Age of Hollywood! Glad to have you back my friend!!



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