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?
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
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