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About BaggarVance

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  1. THE SODA FOUNTAINHEAD is my favorite of the recent entries.
  2. HAhaha Great choice! Where does one find a lemon-colored suit? Some more great hard-driving favorites, The Knack:
  3. Boy, you know how to shut down a thread, pturman. The Knickerbockers: Young Rascals:
  4. Boy, you know how to shut down a thread, pturman. The Knickerbockers: Young Rascals:
  5. My Max knows how to play hide-n-seek.. Edited by: BaggarVance on Aug 7, 2012 9:21 PM
  6. Truth is, we are posting about movies here, not Victorian literature, so characters sometimes pop in and then disappear. Movies only have 90-120 usually to show the story, so some characters are just not necessary to the plot and don't stay. In GWTW, Ann Rutherford does an equally notable missing act..being Scarlet's younger sister. I don't recall her at Melanie's birthday party. I wonder if anyone else has favorite missing actor in a classic movie?
  7. I can never hear Bohemian Rhapsody without imagining Mike Myers and Dana Carvey mugging their approval for the camera on Wayne's World! LOL Good times. Some others from the wonderful era.. I love the Blues Brothers.. RIP John..
  8. Love Letters http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eg861OiUXd4 a little better quality sound on this one: Edited by: BaggarVance on Aug 5, 2012 12:50 PM
  9. h3. England h4. Dozmary pool, the mythic resting spot of Excalibur h4. The Eagle Pub in Cambridge. The very real Air Force Room, where members of the RAF, USAAC, and later USAF have marked the ceiling with their unit number before they left their bases for the last time. My son marked it in 2006. You can walk in their footsteps and retrace their experience, I have even uncovered an early rapeseed field strip on my trip in 1996, not far from the oldest wooden Church in England. http://www.airspacemag.com/military-aviation/mighty_eighth.html
  10. BOOYL Director William Wyler was part of that veteran group too. The Documentary, *The Memphis Belle.* http://www.youtube.com/movie?v=UMDSFAYDV-Y&feature=mv_sr
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