The Golden Age of Hollywood

To Kevin ,Dave and everyone who contributes to make this one of the best and informative sites around.For most of my 78 years, Ive been a movie ,and to a lesser degree, television fan.This site has been a wealth of knowledge to me. Theres truly something for everyone here who loves the arts. Looking forward to more successful years here at GAOH.

Continued success!

Ken Walker

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Comment by Kenneth Walker on January 29, 2016 at 1:44pm

As an afterthought , One thing I did on the TURNER CLASSIC MOVIE chat boards years ago , was to select a serial, and post a chapter  each Saturday. CONTINUED NEXT WEEK was the title and as I recall had a favorable following. Whether this would work today is any ones guess. I'm tossing the idea in the ring for comments pro or con !

Comment by Kenneth Walker on January 29, 2016 at 1:32pm

Thanks for the kind words. First let me say that one of the categories that could be [regrettably] is the cliffhanger s. I've seen little activity there. Perhaps when and if a list is compiled, a general category of the least used  sections could be used as a sort of catch all. The main problem I see  is that everyone has favorites . Mine is , as you know , serials and "b"movies. I  would still be able to comment even tho these two would now be in a  " general" category. Since I have more time than money [lol ]  anything  I can do in the way of posts, etc,  I'm more than willing to try. Best wishes to you and most certainly  GAOH !!

Comment by Ktrek on January 28, 2016 at 12:04pm

Ken, 

Thanks for your post and as you are a long time member your comments are highly valued. I would however, greatly value you participating more on GAOH. You are probably one of our most knowledgeable members. I remember the Nostalgia League and I'm pretty sure I was a member there. I almost forgot about that place. Anyway, we would appreciate anything you can do to help keep the site going.

Kevin

Comment by Kenneth Walker on January 27, 2016 at 6:51pm

Don't know if this is the proper place to post this but here goes! Years ago I was a member of the Nostalgia League. I enjoyed this site immensely.    Stories from other members , tales from past childhoods , etc made it a joy to visit each week. Alas , it faded without participation and it seems that GAOH may follow suite. I  do not use FACEBOOK. I sites such as GAOH . To see it go would distress me. A person my age [80 +] has few options to discuss past pleasures with other members, but I have no viable solution to help keep it afloat. In closing I can only thank Kevin and Dave for all their hard work and efforts.  Whatever the future holds, I thank these guys for allowing me to have these memories from years gone by !

Comment by Dave Miller on March 10, 2013 at 11:25pm

Thank you, Ken.

Comment by Ktrek on March 9, 2013 at 11:55pm

Thanks very much for your kind words Ken! They are much appreciated!

Kevin

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