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What are your favorite movies?
Crime Dramas,Heist films, Slice-O-Life films, Comedies
Who are your favorite stars?
Franklin Pangborn, Jerome Cowan, Margaret Hamilton, Will Wright, Josephine Hull, Charles Lane, Margaret Dumont, Charles McGraw, Barton MacLane, Gene Evans, William Talman, Kenneth Tobey, Jesse White, Phil Silvers, Paul Ford
Who are your favorite directors?
Curtiz, Hawks, Negulesco, Ford,
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Software, Music
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At 4:21pm on April 27, 2009, Ktrek said…
Welcome Ollie to The Golden Age of Hollywood! WOW! What an interesting set of favorites! In fact I actually had to look up some of them because I couldn't remember who they were. I hope you enjoy the site.

At 5:09pm on April 26, 2009, Abdullah aka Chuck said…
Welcome to the GAOH! We hope you enjoy yourself here!
At 3:18pm on April 26, 2009, Christopher said…
I like your "favorite stars" list...I'm more often a fan of the great supporting players myself..


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