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"Welcome Rebecca! I hope you will make some friends here and join in the fun! Kevin"
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"Welcome to the GAOH Rebecca! Hope you have a lot of fun here!"
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What are your favorite movies?
Any Abbot and Costello movies,
East of Eden
Pillow Talk
Citizen Kane
Gone With The Wind
Holiday
many more. :)
Who are your favorite stars?
JAMES DEAN!
Orson Welles
Rock Hudson
Elizabeth Taylor
Marlon Brando
Judy Garland
Cary Grant
Katherine Hepburn
Bob Hope
Lucille Ball
Who are your favorite directors?
i don't know.
About Me: Tell us about yourself/or your love for classic movies
I love Classis Movies. They are Just fun to watch, and the old movies are so much better than the new ones. The story's have alot more to them in the old films. :)
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At 4:47pm on October 26, 2010, Ktrek said…
Welcome Rebecca! I hope you will make some friends here and join in the fun!

Kevin
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Welcome to the GAOH Rebecca! Hope you have a lot of fun here!
 
 
 

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Ralph Barton and Charlie Chaplin in the Jazz Age

Charlie Chaplin—an icon of cinema—flirted with the fine arts. He sketched on occasion, and he could converse about art and music in social situations, but his strongest connection to the world of art was his friendship with illustrator Ralph Barton. During the 1920s, Barton was a highly successful caricaturist and cartoonist, whose work was elevated […]

Who Has The Last Laugh (1924)?

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A Mother’s Sacrifice in Stella Dallas (’37)

To view Stella Dallas click here. Children rarely understand the sacrifices their parents make for them. Nor should they. The difficult decisions and problems that parents often have to deal with aren’t ones that should be the concerns of a child. In my own life, my parents made sacrifices that I didn’t fully realize or […]

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