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What are your favorite movies?
westerns, , anything from the golden age
Who are your favorite stars?
james cagney, dan duryea, fred mc,murray , burt lancaster, telly savalas, leo gorcy, bowery boys
Who are your favorite directors?
william wyler, john ford, hitchcock
About Me: Tell us about yourself/or your love for classic movies
drive a truck for a living, like to keep fit, am big supporter of birmingham city football club, am a big fan of bowery boys, dead end kids, love to hear from anyone who also likes there movies
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At 10:56am on May 27, 2010, Abdullah aka Chuck said…
Have a great birthday!!

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Thank you for the very kind and sweet welcome!

 
 
 

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