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My mother worked in a Fox movie theater as a young usher in the 30's and gave me a great love of the movies. I love the Golden Age of Hollywood and try to find retro theaters wherever I travel. I am a TCM fan and enjoy doing research on the internet about old Hollywood and watching the classics as much as I can. I had a long visit with Agnes Moorehead at the university where I worked not long before her passing. I only wish I knew then what I know how - I could have spent all night asking her questions about the glorious days she spent in the Golden Age of Hollywood. I have visited many Hollywood sites over the years to somehow recapture the excitement and glamour of those days. Thank you so much for this site.
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