Classic Movie Man: you couldn't have picked a better name for yourself! regarding the recent audio file you posted, THE SEA HAWK is one of my favorite movies, let alone favorite Errol Flynn pictures. a darn good swashbuckler with a darn good score by Erich Wolfgang Korngold!
Hard to believe we have been at this for a little over four years now but we have! I just wanted to wish you and your family a very Merry Christmas and I hope Boxing Day will bring you some special goodys!
It would be great if in 2009 you could get a little more involved again. I've been holding up the fort as best I can but I certainly don't know classic films as well as you do!
Hello Derek! I hope you don't mind but I added the banner pics from the two sites you added. I meant to add those sites yesterday and I forgot. Probably better that you did anyway, as you added more info than I would have.
Also, just a little advice. I know some people like to comment back on their own comment wall when people post comments but a lot of times members who leave comments never check back to the pages they have left comments. It's probably best to use the "reply" link in the post you are commenting back to. Once you post over at say...Musidora's comment wall, you will notice that you can follow a "thread" link. That way if there is back and forth between you two you can look back at your entire conversation in one thread. Now, it may seem confusing to others coming by not being able to follow the conversation back and forth without visiting the other members page but it sure makes it much easier for you to keep track of who and what. I'm not telling you what to do I'm just trying to be helpful.
I am new to the site and delighted there are so many like-minded people out there who love classic films. I see we have many of the same favorites, especially Intolerance and The Big Parade. I can't wait for the latter to come out on DVD! I feel bad that I missed your podcast on Mary Pickford and Dougas Fairbanks, two of my great idols. I will be sure to catch the next one.
Talk to you soon!
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