The Golden Age of Hollywood

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What are your favorite movies?
Now Voyager, They Drive By Night, Merrily We Go To Hell
Who are your favorite stars?
Ida Lupino, Peggy Shannon, Louise Brooks
Who are your favorite directors?
Nicholas Ray
About Me: Tell us about yourself/or your love for classic movies
I love old movies and particularly old movie photos, I grew up watching old musicals with my parents and the passion never died.
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http://grapefruitmoongallery.com

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At 12:51pm on April 4, 2012, William said…

Hi,        I hope tyhat you have a great time here....It is a very good site.......There are a lot of smart and knowledgable people here.................................Take care.....

At 2:35pm on October 24, 2009, Ktrek said…
Welcome to The Golden Age of Hollywood! I hope you enjoy the site!

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