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At 3:13pm on October 13, 2017, Tiffany Brannan said…

Dear Mr. Ferry,

Here is the link to today's roster: https://pureentertainmentpreservationsociety.wordpress.com/2017/10/13/the-great-breening-blogathon-day-1/. I hope you enjoy reading all the interesting articles.

Yours Hopefully,

Tiffany Brannan

At 11:43am on October 11, 2017, Tiffany Brannan said…

Dear Mr. Ferry,

Thank you very much for sending your article to me early. I appreciate it. I read your article. It is very interesting and well-written. I will publish it on my website on Friday, the first day of the Blogathon. If you would like to publish it as a blog, perhaps you could post it here at the Golden Age of Hollywood on Monday with a link to the blogathon roster. I will send you the link in a few days.

Thank you so much for participating. I really appreciate it. By the way, in late September, I watched "Speedy" at the Egyptian Theatre. It was a marvelous experience. I posted an article about it here at this link. Right after I saw it, I got the sneaking suspicion that I had seen Mr. Lloyd before. I realized the next day that your profile picture is Harold Lloyd. What's your favorite movie with him?

Yours Hopefully,

Tiffany Brannan

At 9:47am on September 27, 2017, Rosie Sayer said…

William, how is the writing going? I have been trying to get some things accomplished while watching movies in the background. I must admit, the distraction makes me a bit less productive.

At 11:25am on April 21, 2013, Ktrek said…

Hi William! Nice to see you stop by again. There's a lot going on lately so maybe you can find something that will bring you back more than once every few years? :)

Kevin

At 6:34am on January 27, 2010, William Ferry said…
Thanks very much everyone for all the great birthday wishes! Here's hoping 2010 brings all of you happiness...and plenty of classic film fun! 8-D (Harold Lloyd smile!)
At 6:53pm on January 26, 2010, The Giant said…
Happy Birthday!!!!

At 4:56pm on January 26, 2010, Abdullah aka Chuck said…
Hope You Have a Great Birthday!!!

At 7:20pm on August 10, 2009, Tina H. said…
Thanks for joining America's Sweetheart: Mary Pickford.
At 12:33pm on August 8, 2009, Tina H. said…
Thank you for joining my group, America's Sweetheart Mary Pickford.
At 10:20pm on July 15, 2009, Tina H. said…

At 10:20pm on July 15, 2009, Tina H. said…
Thank you for joining Mabel Normand.
At 4:36pm on July 8, 2009, Tina H. said…
Thank you for accepting my friend request.
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At 9:55pm on July 2, 2009, Ktrek said…
Welcome William to The Golden Age of Hollywood! I agree that this is a great time to be alive when we can actually own these precious gems. The only problem is that I don't have enough money or enough time to collect all the films I would like to have. lol

Kevin

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