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At 3:17pm on March 23, 2013, Ktrek said…

Michael - Thanks for joining the Picture Humor and More group!

Kevin

At 3:59pm on September 23, 2012, Kristine Sader said…

Thank you for adding me as a friend. I always enjoy talking old movies, and especially Westerns lately, due to the book I am working on.  I see you listed Raoul Walsh up above, and he was a close acqaintence with my family. Any writing and/or publishing tips are always welcome! :) Take care, Kristine

At 4:32pm on September 2, 2012, Al Pearce said…
What a pleasure it must've been, Mr. Druxman. Meeting or at least talking to some of the greats of Golden age hollywood. That's the benefit of being a screenwriter and playright. :-)
At 5:34pm on August 27, 2012, Al Pearce said…
Hi Mr. Druxman!: i ought to tell you i've had a recent interest in Randolph Scott, whose films i aim to see more of in order. i consider him a very underrated actor and Excellent Western star who could hold his own with The King of Cowboys, John Wayne. Him and the duke starred in THE SPOILERS and PITTSBURGH with Marlene Dietrich. And they engage in what i consider the greatest two-man saloon fight in history in the former film. What better way to have a "greatest Saloon fight" than with two Icons of the Western film?; if John Wayne is the King of Westerns, then Randolph Scott would be Prince. Then Gary Cooper and Joel McCrea and James Stewart the Knights. And so on. :-)
At 2:28am on July 5, 2012, kareng said…

Thank you for helping to keep GAOH alive for another year.  regards Karen G

At 4:38pm on July 4, 2012, Mike Duffy said…

Michael: Thanks for your contribution to GAOH.  Mike

At 11:27am on April 9, 2012, Al Pearce said…

well, Mr. Druxman, i've just approved you as memeber of my classic adventure films group. hope you have fun on it!

At 12:15pm on December 31, 2011, Al Pearce said…
Happy New Year, Mr. Druxman! i take it you're a fan of Orson Welles. He definitely was great in CITIZEN KANE, THE THIRD MAN, TOUCH OF EVIL, and even in the radio series THE SHADOW back in the 30s. Even in his 20s, the man had an undeniable talent and ambitions in picture making.but unfortunately he was also vainglorious, one of the things that brought him down.
At 10:44am on December 24, 2011, Al Pearce said…
Merry christmas, Mr. Druxman! I think it's very creative how you've done one-act plays of Classic hollywood greats! I've been wanting to read them, but the public libraries over here in miami, florida just don't have them. Well, i've been checking out the Gangster picture/crime drama, starting with ANGELS WITH DIRTY FACES, which i enjoyed a great deal and find it one of Cagney's best. I have many more to see, like those with Eddy G. Robinson, and of course, Humphrey Bogart.
At 3:07pm on December 16, 2011, Al Pearce said…

hello Mr.Druxman!

how's Holiday Season in good ol' Austin? here it's going wonderfully. just got out of school, and with a darn good vacation ahead of me! i plan to watch all the classics i can muster, and of course, spend time with my family and enjoy Christmas for what it is! : ) !

At 11:38am on November 14, 2011, Al Pearce said…

it's nonetheless a very insiteful book. i learned a few things i didn't know, such as the film BROKEN ARROW spawning the genre of "being sympathetic towards the native american", and i didn't know MRS. MINIVER had a sequel!

At 12:41pm on November 12, 2011, Al Pearce said…

hello Mr. Druxman!

as of now, i'm reading your book ONE GOOD FILM DESERVES ANOTHER. it's pretty interesting!

At 10:12pm on November 2, 2011, Al Pearce said…
Gosh, you're an author too! What a website this is! Meeting such interesting people such as yourself! By the way, i checked out SINGIN' IN THE RAIN today, considering it's a favorite of yours and an all-time classic. I'll watch it tommorow after i've finished my confounded science homework!
At 9:25pm on November 2, 2011, Al Pearce said…
Wow! But how did you ever come to that? What job did you have when you could interview actors and actresses?
At 4:57pm on November 2, 2011, Al Pearce said…
hm! and over here in Florida it's raining a great deal! how funny life can be!
At 4:55pm on November 2, 2011, Al Pearce said…
Golly! i'm conversing with someone who has met classic film stars! did i mention i'm also a fan of Cary Grant?
At 4:46pm on November 2, 2011, Al Pearce said…
oh that's why! goodness, i didn't know there's a play on errol flynn! i'd sure like to read it!
At 4:42pm on November 2, 2011, Al Pearce said…
oh, never mind, i'm sorry again! i wrote that last comment forgetting the reason for why you wrote flynn in bold lettering! anyway, thanks! by the way, how is it over there in Texas?
At 4:40pm on November 2, 2011, Al Pearce said…
i'm sorry Mr. Druxman, but what did you try to say putting FLYNN in bold lettering? just curious.
At 1:33pm on October 27, 2011, Al Pearce said…

thank you mr.druxman for adding me as a friend. i'll be looking forward to comment exchanges on this great website!

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