Hi Robin, I also love crime films of the 30s, Edward G. Robinson, James Cagney and Paul Muni to name a few,I just recently bought Scarface incredible..They just don't make them like that anymore. But I thought Brian DePalma's Scarface with Mr. Pacino was just incredible. I just recently bought Alibi and I can't wait to watch it.
I hope you have a great Thanksgiving.:)))
Shouldn't be rude but the suprising thing I found was
that he actually has a wife!!!
I hope you didn't mind me sending you an email uninvited
but I really wanted to see if I had everything right. I had
tried to send it a couple of times and it kept on being
rejected, my daughter came over and said "oh this is what
you're doing wrong" and it was third time lucky!!
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