The Golden Age of Hollywood

My birthday is Monday the 31st of March and me wife bought me something very special for me birthday you see. She gots me the bestest box sets a fella could ave ya know? Yea ya herd me! That's right! She got me da Warner Brother's Gangsta collections! Yep all three volumes for me pure enjoyment. They ain't nottin' as good as Cagney, Bogart, and Edward G. ya hear? Take a gander at these here mugs you dirty rats!




HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO ME! HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO ME! HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO KEVIN! HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO ME! AND MANY MORE!!!

Kevin (the mug)

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Comment by Ktrek on April 4, 2008 at 11:00pm
Thanks Sara!
Comment by Ktrek on April 1, 2008 at 10:27pm
Thanks Anna and Derek!
Comment by Classic Movie Man on March 30, 2008 at 5:53am
Many happy returns to both of you. Those are great presents Kevin.

Take care,

Derek
Comment by Ktrek on March 29, 2008 at 11:41pm
Well you have a happy birthday too Em!

Kevin
Comment by film_eccentrik on March 29, 2008 at 11:37pm
Happy Birthday Kev! My Birthdays just a day before yours on the 30th march! ^_^ Hav a good one!

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