"When your opponent is sittin' there holding all the aces, there's only one thing left to do: Kick over the table." Dean Martin as Little John in Robin and the 7 Hoods
What are your favorite movies?
Only Angels Have Wings
The African Queen
The Sons of Katie Elder
Daddy Long Legs
It's A Wonderful Life
From Here to Eternity
The Man With the Golden Arm
It Happened One Night
The Story of Vernon and Irene Castle
The Band Wagon
To Catch a Thief
Who are your favorite stars?
Who are your favorite directors?
About Me: Tell us about yourself/or your love for classic movies
I love everything from the Golden Age of Hollywood, 30s-60s in our America History, love the music from the 30s-60s, and I love reading biographies and autobiographies on the actors/actresses of the Golden Age of Hollywood.
my, you have some great songs on your playlist! i simply love Dean Martin's AIN'T THAT A KICK IN THE HEAD. and you have agreat treasure trove of photos of Gregory Peck, Gary Cooper, and Dean Martin, all of them excellent stars. i saw THE PHILADELPHIA STORY just yesterday, and i think it;s not only one of Cary Grant's greatest, but also Stewart's and Hepburn's. all of them were just wonderful, Jimmy Stewart having won his only best actor oscar for an outstanding performance, Kathy Hepburn always her sassy self, and Cary Grant at his meddling, grinning, comedic best! it's always so fun to watch them all, but Cary Grant really stands out.
"i'm an advertising man, not a red herring! i've got a job, a mother, to ex-wives, and several bartenders depending on me, and i don't intend to dissapoint them all by getting myself SLIGHTLY killed!"-Cary Grant, North by Northwest (1959), and my favorite of his quotes.
Thanks Runell....I knew it was different but that's about all I knew; As for knowing exactly how mixpod works , I quite obviously don't understand that either, which is probably my biggest problem. ; ))
Someone else also suggested playlist.com to me today, so I think I'll give that a try. I know that I'm not very adept at computer technology but I have also discovered that some sites are more complex than others and another thing about mixpod is that the majority of their music selections are directly connected to YouTube's uploads from other individuals , which makes me wonder if that person removes it from YouTube will it automatically be removed from my player on GAOH? So now all I have to do is determine the best way to change my player without removing all of the music I have in this one at once, since it took me so long to get it up and working at all. ;(
If possible I would like to be able to do it in increments. I'll let you know how I make out with it as soon as have a chance to work on it. Thanks again, I truly do appreciate any help I can get. ;))
Oh, that's o.k. no harm done and no offense taken, sometimes , I'm not on here for weeks at a time so no apologies needed, but thank you for your interest in helping. I did finally manage to get a player app added but I don't like it as well as yours for several reasons; for one thing it doesn't play automatically when my page is accessed.
I don't know how easy your set up is to load or add/delete your selections but mine is pretty awkward and confusing so if you have any ideas as to how I can get it to play automatically , that would be helpful. Hope all is well with you and thank you again for your response. ; ))
I have been trying to add music to my page for ever so long and I have not been able to figure out how to do it. I was trying to do it the same way that you have yours set up and every time I try to add the app for the player I get a pop up that says there is an error....do you mind my asking how you got your player added here?
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