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What are your favorite movies?
The Best Years of Our Lives, 1946
Wuthering Heights, 1939
The Heiress, 1949
Orphée, 1949
Lawrence of Arabia, 1962
A Tale of Two Cities, 1935
The Seventh Veil, 1946
Little Women, 1933
Rebecca, 1940
Citizen Kane, 1941
Who are your favorite stars?
Charles Boyer
Ronald Colman
Robert Donat
Clark Gable
John Gilbert
Laurence Harvey
Leslie Howard
James Mason
Ray Milland
David Niven
Laurence Olivier
Tyrone Power
Franchot Tone
Joan Blondell
Claudette Colbert
Joan Crawford
Linda Darnell
Bette Davis
Marlene Dietrich
Olivia De Havilland
Joan Fontaine
Greta Garbo
Jean Harlow
Katharine Hepburn
Carole Lombard
Myrna Loy
Merle Oberon
Eleanor Powell
Barbara Stanwyck
Norma Shearer
Who are your favorite directors?
Orson Welles
Alfred Hitchcock
Busby Berkeley
William Wyler
About Me: Tell us about yourself/or your love for classic movies
I live in NJ and am an avid classic movie fan. I'm also a webmaster of
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At 8:27pm on September 1, 2009, The Giant said…

Betty Compson And John Gilbert
At 1:47pm on June 14, 2008, Lynn Dougherty said…
Gary, I'm flattered that you like my site since yours is so nice. Thanks.
At 1:39pm on June 14, 2008, Lynn Dougherty said…
Dear whistlingypsy, thanks for allowing me to be added to your friends list. Yes, my web site is: I love silent and sound films and I have a site for John Gilbert and Greta Garbo that you can find at my site. Thanks for writing.
At 10:33am on June 14, 2008, Ktrek said…

I added a new LINKS section to the board and have added your website. It's being featured for now. Just click the LINKS tab above and view all links or featured.

At 11:06am on June 4, 2008, Lynn Dougherty said…
You aren't going to believe this, but I made the changes and then forrgot to upload the info. It's there now. Sorry, but thanks for letting me know.
At 10:33am on June 4, 2008, Ktrek said…

I guess I missed your response to me because you reponded here instead of using reply. Anyway, I went to see the link and I didn't find it. Perhaps I was looking in the wrong place. I do appreciate you doing that though! Things are going pretty well here. We have over 130 members and pressing on to 150. Take care of yourself Lynn!

At 9:33am on May 17, 2008, Lynn Dougherty said…
I just embedded your code on the front page of my site. Best of luck with the site.
At 9:27am on May 17, 2008, Ktrek said…
Hello Lynn! Thanks for joining. I have been a frequenter of your website for several years now. I hope you'll come by and join in the fun when you have time and if you can let others know about us that would be great too!



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