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Marty Robinson
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What are your favorite movies?
The Stork Club, Seven Brides for Seven Brothers, all the And
Who are your favorite stars?
Betty Hutton, Bette Davis, Joan Crawford, Lucille Ball, Judy Garland, Mickey Rooney, June Allyson, Jane Powell, Donald O'Connor,
Who are your favorite directors?
Preston Sturges, Vincent Minelli, Cecil B. DeMille
About Me: Tell us about yourself/or your love for classic movies
I love everything retro ... movies, clothes, cars, houses, music ... mostly from the 20's - early 50's.
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Well Did You Evah?! Crosby & Sinatra in "High Society"

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At 10:19pm on September 23, 2008, Ktrek said…
Welcome Marty and I hope we will see you around quite often! Sturges is also one of my favorites. In fact, just tonight my wife and I watched CHRISTMAS IN JULY. A very fun film!

At 10:39am on September 23, 2008, Dave Miller said…
Welcome to GOAH, Marty. Hope you enjoy your stay here. Check out the site, and make yourself at home.

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