The Golden Age of Hollywood

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At 3:08pm on August 24, 2009, Abdullah aka Chuck said…
Welcome to the GAOH, NEILL! We hope you enjoy yourself here!

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What are your favorite movies?
Big Fish, Donny Darko, Niht at the Opera, Duck Soup, Beau Chumps,
Goldiggers 1933, Footlight Parade, Gladiator, Fear & Loathing in Las Vegas
Who are your favorite stars?
Marx Bros Laurel & Hardy Joan Blondell Clara Bow, Johnny Depp,
Emmanuelle Beart
Who are your favorite directors?
Tim Burton Coen Bros Hal Roach Busb Berkely
About Me: Tell us about yourself/or your love for classic movies
55 year old artist interested in film & film history. Especially interested in the old pre - code days of Hollywood, musicals & comedies of that era.
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