The Golden Age of Hollywood

Every year on or near my birthday I update my DVD-R list of titles I have recorded off of TCM or have added by trades. When I do I inevitably find duplicate titles. This year I have not done so bad. Only four titles.

Anyway, I want to send, FOR FREE, the titles I have extras of to the first member/members that send me a private message with their info of what they want and where to send it. Now, this may not seem fair but I am willing to let all four titles go to the same person. Or if you want only one or two titles let me know. They will be available until all are gone.

Here is what I have to give:

THE KING OF JAZZ ( 1930) - Bing Crosby, Paul Whitman
PEOPLE WILL TALK (1951) - Cary Grant
BATHING BEAUTY (1944) - Esther Williams, Red Skelton
LADIES THEY TALK ABOUT (1933) - Barbara Stanwyck, Preston Foster

This is first come first serve so if you are not the first I apologize but please understand I only have these four films to give away.



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Comment by Classic Movie Man on March 18, 2008 at 10:52am
Thanks for doing that Kevin. Hope your birthday is as successful as the giveaway.
Comment by Ktrek on March 18, 2008 at 9:43am
It's yours Lucian! Just drop me a PM and I'll get it out to you today!

That wraps up my birthday giveway! Thanks for participating!


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