"Sorry it took me so long to get back to you. I kind of pop onto the main page and don't sign in get a movie and go. The scene you mention in the Long Long Trailer is one of my favorites as well. If you are ever on facebook please look me up. I…"
"Somehow I missed welcoming you Sylvia! My aplologies but I do hope you enjoy the site and will visit as often as you can.
I see you list The Long Trailer as one of your favorites. I love that scene when Lucy is in the trailer and has hidden all the…"
Niagara...Marilyn Monroe movies
The Long Long Trailer
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Marilyn Monroe, Audrey Hepburn, Paul Newman, Cary Grant, Bing Crosby
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I love the old classic movies, they can take us away and take us back or forward in our minds from remember when we, to what if we...When the message is timeless and tasteful that's when I like it best.
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Somehow I missed welcoming you Sylvia! My aplologies but I do hope you enjoy the site and will visit as often as you can.
I see you list The Long Trailer as one of your favorites. I love that scene when Lucy is in the trailer and has hidden all the rocks and they start coming out from her hiding places while Ricky is driving. It's hilarious!
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