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Lauren21

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  1. Hey gang. It's nice to see you all again now that the holiday has passed. Hope it was a good one for ya. Frank, Mogambo is one of my favorite Ava movies, so those screen caps are quite a treat. I'm really liking them right now. As April said, they're wonderful! I hope that you keep them coming. And wouldn't you know I've got more pictures to post..
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  3. Photo from Night of the Iguana And two with Kathryn Grayson on the set of Showboat
  4. Dear Santa, All we want for Christmas is for you to stop sending us letters asking if we'd go and work in your workshop. We're not elves. Sincerely, The citizens of Munchkinland
  5. April, I don't think the photo of Ava and Bogie was from a scene in the movie, I think it might have been a publicity photo or something. But they do look great together in it, don't they? Like you, I was also hopping that they would get together and was a bit disappointed when they didn't. They were quite a pair, it would have been a great romance. I wasn't too fond of the ending either, I think they could have gone a different route with it, but I guess they did what they thought was best. It was still a great film none-the-less. Hi Shonna- I don't think I've ever heard that quote by
  6. I love 'em. You seem to be posting the very sexy ones, by the way. I really thank you for that! I aim to please and I post them just for you, Frank ;-) Here's Ava with some of her leading men... Ava with Rob Mitchum ( I love this photo of them) With Rob Taylor and with Bogie
  7. That is a beautiful photo of Ava, April. And she looks beautiful in it, and not the glamourous kind of beauty, but the simple kind. It's like we're seeing the real Ava. It is now one of my favorites :-)
  8. Lauren, That's a great photo of Betty Hutton! So sad that she's passed on... Yes it is sad, I was a bit upset when I heard that she had died. She seemed like such a nice lady. But like all the others, at least she'll live on through her films and music.
  9. Dear Santa, For Christmas this year I would like a nice new pair of shoes. I ruined my last pair while I was dancing and singin' in the rain. Your pal, Don Lockwood
  10. I don't think I've ever seen Three Godfathers, what is it suppose to be about?
  11. Ava with chairman Mao. She looks like she's really enjoying herself, doesn't she?
  12. Lauren! Welcome back to Grabtown! Where'ya been, honey? I love the picture with the blue background, our girl's radiant there. I recently received in the mail the biography by Lee Server but I don't know when I'll get around to reading it. Thanks so much for breathing new life into the joint. Hey there April and thank you for the welcome back! It's like I told Frank, I just needed a bit of a break, to get out and do things in the real world for awhile. But I couldn't stay away for long, so here I am:-) I read the biography not too long ago, and I thought that it was really good. Once I st
  13. My favorite blondes would have to be Rob Redford and... The best doggone dog in the West...
  14. I thought of another reason to be Kitty, she was able to get her hands on Burt Lancaster while wearing that wonderful black dress. No wonder she was able to get him to trust her.
  15. No woman would ever do such a thing, now would they? Of course they would, especially Ava. She'd probably do it better than anyone. Welcome back, even if it is just for a time or two. Thank you, it's good to be back. And as long as my computer holds up, I'll be here. How could you forget about the "Ava" thread?! You of all people! Really bad memory loss? I've lost half my mind... I'll never forget it again, I promise..and there is no need to shout, I can hear just fine But to make up for it, here are more photos of our small town gal.
  16. Ha ha, nice one there Frank. Well, I just wanted a little break from the boards for awhile. I tend to do that quite a bit. I'll join a place, stay for awhile and then disappear for a time or two. Then when I finally got back on the boards, and I'm a bit ashamed to admit it, but I forgot about this thread...If I hadn't decided to browse around, I probably wouldn't be in here right now. But I am so that's that. I like the first picture too. To me, she looks as though she knows something that no one else does, or that she's up to something.
  17. Thanks! By the way, when you say, "paint the town red," you are not referring to my blood are you, Tar Heel? No, of course not...I wouldn't do that to ya, Frank, I like ya too much.
  18. Why thank you Frank. And yes of course you could hang out with me, we'd have a marvelous time! We'd paint the town red.
  19. Well it certainly has been awhile since I've been in here, glad to see that the place is still up and running. And it's nice to see all of you again as well. There have been some great photos posted since I was last here, they get better everytime. Just to get back into the swing of things, I've got some more photos. Now I'm not sure if they've already been posted somewhere throughout the thread or not, but if they have then I'm sure you all won't mind seeing them again.
  20. My pick would the beautiful, mysterious, and devilishly dangerous femme fatale -Kitty Collins from The Killers
  21. Welcome to the boards, Lizzie. Glad to have you with us. Norma Shearer was a wonderful, talented and sophisticated actress. There wasn't a role that she couldn't play, and pull it off with such ease. I've seen a lot of her films and have enjoyed every one of them. She really was a great lady. As for the Barbara Stanwyck film, I really liked it. She was perfect for the part, I don't think anyone else could have done it better.
  22. These are in no particular order. Christmas in Connecticut It's A Wonderful Life A Christmas Carol Holiday Inn Meet Me in St.Louis The Bells of St.Mary's The Bishop's Wife Those are my favorites but I do enjoy watching all Christmas movies, because they help get me into the Christmas spirit.
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