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What are your favorite movies?
Anything with Jimmy Stewart
Who are your favorite stars?
Jimmy Stewart,John Wayne,Henry Fonda,Glenn Ford,Lee Van Cleef
Who are your favorite directors?
John Ford,Frank Capra,Sergio Leone
About Me: Tell us about yourself/or your love for classic movies
From Jimmy Stewart's home town.I love westerns and started watching westerns on t.v. in 1954.Been to the Golden Boots three times.Met Jimmy Stewart three times.
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At 4:06pm on July 21, 2016, Grace Reed said…
Hey Raymie, I just watched Jimmy Stewart in "Jackpot" the other day! Have you seen "You Can't Take it with You"? Good movie.
At 7:52pm on December 23, 2008, Abdullah aka Chuck said…

Hope you have a great Holiday Season!....... Chaco!
At 6:12pm on December 23, 2008, Christopher said…
Merry Christmas..Best wishes for the New Year amigo!! :o)
At 1:37am on September 20, 2008, Christopher said…
See..I knew it was Yakima Canutt!...lol..I like that driving sequence at the begining of OUATIA...looks like something out of a 70s Drive-In Road picture.Once upon a time in Autumn,the middle Picture,right after Macon County Line,just before White Line Fever...
At 8:35pm on September 19, 2008, Christopher said…
lol..I can only speculate that they might be tom mix and yakima canutt
At 2:59pm on September 19, 2008, Christopher said…
Buddy buddy!how DEE!...yeah well I love old movies and I couldn't really talk about them on the SW board..just like I can't talk about SW's here!..A Nun will appear and slap my tongue with a Ruler if I do..naaaww jus kidding :o).....Chaco from the SW board was the first one to jump in and greet me..make me feel right at home...:o)
At 2:01am on September 16, 2008, Christian Hayes said…
Great question raymie! I'm going to guess and say... Charles Bronson? Have you visited the museum or indeed the Jimmy Stewart Sr. hardware store? Take a few snaps of the statue if you ever get a moment, would love to see it!
At 1:56am on September 12, 2008, Christopher said…
Hola Amigo!...good to see a familiar face here! :o)Christo
At 3:14pm on August 7, 2008, Dave Miller said…
Hi Raymie, thanks for joining my small army of friends. Hope to chat more in the future.
Take care,
Dave
At 6:39pm on July 5, 2008, raymie said…
One and the same.Men that age with grace and wear maturity on there sleeve grow into the moniker of Raymond.I never grew up...just old so I am still a raymie.The years didn't make wisdom,just old age.With that picture you have of Lee Van Cleef,I reckoned we had rode the river and shared the same campfire.My hunch was correct.
 
 
 

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