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What are your favorite movies?
Silent movies mainly
Who are your favorite stars?
Too numerous to mention
Who are your favorite directors?
Any who can make decent films - not many thesedays can.
About Me: Tell us about yourself/or your love for classic movies
I'm almost 50, single and proud of it, I love old movies, music, reading, listening to the radio and just concentratre on my own mental well-being.
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At 4:40pm on July 25, 2011, diane said…

Hello Robin, there is a photo (in the photos section)

of Madeline Hurlock. She is posing in a group - I think

she is the one standing next to Carole Lombard. I

was going to show it with my comment, but I thought

I might get into trouble.

At 4:23pm on July 25, 2011, diane said…

Hello Robin,

Have you ever popped into the group "Name That Star".

This month one of the photos was Gloria Swanson

dancing with a mystery partner. It turned out to be

William Holden - I will never be convinced that it's

him. But doesn't he look a dead ringer to Sid James!!

Reading that Gloria Swanson hobnobed with titled

gentlemen, it probably isn't Sid, but it must be his twin


At 12:25am on July 10, 2011, diane said…

Hello Robin,

Is McCririck hair and side burns real (excuse my ignorance).

I suppose all of England is in mourning for the demise of

"News of the World". I am not having a go - when I was a

kid there used to be a paper called "The Mirror" and it was

full of all the news stories considered too low brow for the

other papers. Headlines like "Hostie Found in Millionaire's

Cabin Clutching a Towel" made sure it was always sold

out when other papers were debating the war in Vietnam!!

At 1:44am on May 7, 2011, diane said…

Did you ever take a arts course - your page is so jazzy.

You also know what colours to pick!!!

At 1:42am on May 7, 2011, diane said…

Hello Robin - Your page is great, it is so colour

co-ordinated. I like your new avatar as well

(although Louise Brooks was good). I'll send

you an email, hopefully tomorrow. Claire has

had her share of facebook nightmares as

well. It is funny to think what your old school

friends are doing now - if I can remember me

and my chums were dead boring!!!

At 3:51pm on November 23, 2010, Suzanne said…
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.:)))

At 9:35pm on September 14, 2010, Suzanne said…
It's been my pleasure Robin:) I know what you mean, like you, I also have have a hard time finding my way around this fabulous board. And thank you for for the friendship.:)
At 12:27am on August 13, 2010, diane said…
Thanks for all your comments - he sounds a pretty terrible
person. I suppose I should be grateful to my parents for
not having the money to send me to a private school!!
At 10:33pm on August 10, 2010, diane said…
To continue the "joke" - maybe she was glad to travel
Economy - if he was traveling First Class!!!
At 10:25pm on August 10, 2010, diane said…
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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