Rudy - Well, one thing I can recommend is that you fix the links to your pictures. Most of them do not load. If you see them it may be because they are in your cache and it would need to be cleaned out but I get nothing.
Rodolfo - Im gla you're enjoying the site. I agree that is a llot of fun. I hope you had a nice Thanksgiving. My wife and I are on vacation. Heading to New Mexico. However, I bought a laptop so now I can check out the site wherever I am! :)
Thank you for the link to your Connie Marshall website... I see you have indeed provided a lot of information, articles and photos, etc. dedicated to Connie... you have quite the collection!
Yes, I am a Betty Grable fan, her sweetness and warmth always shines through as much as her beauty. I actually discovered Connie in Mother Wore Tights... I love most of Betty's films, and own just about all.
Hi Rudy - I just love your stars. Jeanne Crain was
so beautiful - and very under-rated - you don't
often hear of her. She did it all - was a top star,
managed to stay married to an Errol Flynn look
a like and have lots of children.
Two child stars from the 40s that I like very much
are Ann Carter and Sharyn Moffet. Sharyn didn't
appear in many films but she certainly acted her
little heart out in them. I saw "Child of Divorce" one
night and was amazed at the range of her acting
I'm sorry Rudy but I think one Connie Marshall group is more than enough for this site so I deleted your Connie Marshall Forum Group. Feel free to join the Connie Marshall group started by Malcolm some time back.
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