The Golden Age of Hollywood

Tina H.
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What are your favorite movies?
Mostly anything in the silent era.
Who are your favorite stars?
Mabel Normand, Mary Pickford, Rudolph Valentino, Theda Bara, Lillian and Dorothy Gish, to name some.
Who are your favorite directors?
DW Griffith.
About Me: Tell us about yourself/or your love for classic movies
I have been a fan of old films since I was a teenager. I especially love the silents. I like to read the Autobiographies, and Biographies of the stars of that time. I like the out doors, music, writing, among other things.
Relationship Status:
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MY PHOTO

My Photo is the lovely Mabel Normand. She starred in many Charlie Chaplin film's, and also with The Keystone Cops. She was very popular in her day, I adore her.

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HELLO!

Posted on November 14, 2009 at 4:34am 3 Comments

I just want to say hello to all my new friend's, and old one's. I am sorry I haven't been on lately, was having some kind of trouble getting on. I love this website and feel it is the best on Ning for fan's of silent films. Thank you to all who have joined my group's also.


Tina H.

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At 9:28pm on December 24, 2009, Josh R.S. Lech said…
Merry Christmas!
At 6:59pm on December 9, 2009, Christopher said…
Happy Birthday!!! and BEST WISHES!!! :o)

At 6:27pm on December 9, 2009, Abdullah aka Chuck said…

Hope you have a wonderful birthday!!
At 3:32am on November 28, 2009, Annmarie Brochin said…
Wow, this looks terrific Tina
At 6:49pm on November 27, 2009, AnaLaura said…
Tina, here's one I thought I would post later but why put off something for later when it can be done now..hehe

:)It's like am going postal with pictures today, uff! :P
At 5:50pm on November 27, 2009, AnaLaura said…
Hi Tina.....hope you have a splendid and delightful day!

At 5:17pm on November 27, 2009, AnaLaura said…
"Don't mess with Mary"...lol


Thank you for accepting my friend invite and for ceating the Mary Pickford group...she's too lovely not to make a group for her :)
At 9:20pm on November 25, 2009, MothGirl Wings said…


Thank you! The background is linked from an image in my photobucket account and you can make a music player on Flash Fetish, and then link the code for it to your page - it's super easy!
At 8:46pm on November 25, 2009, MothGirl Wings said…


=)
At 5:05pm on September 18, 2009, Edward Gielty said…
You're a busy bee, Tina.
Thanks for the message - gave me a good excuse to drop by the GOAH site, after a while away!
Funny, thing, though...
Every page I visit has a message re-assuring me that I can lose 3lbs from my belly every week by using with a "weird tip". Is there a hidden camera peeping at me from this site?
 
 
 

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