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  1. Of course, these gentlemen could fly even without the airplane!
  2. Little Waldo! This adorable pup also appeared in Shall We Dance, The Story of Vernon and Irene Castle, The Sky's the Limit, and the Kay Kyser version of My Favorite Spy. Would love to establish an IMDb page for him.
  3. That was supposed to be in reply to the picture of John Payne and Natalie Wood, Mongo. Not sure what I'm doing wrong, but as I reply, the photo is not being included in the Reply. (So much for my attempt at humor!)
  4. I believe, I believe... it's silly, but I believe.
  5. Joe and Lynn, I'm sure this photo was taken in 1954, not 1945, so perhaps the writer of the article transposed his numbers. The photo appears in "Brass Button Broadcasters: A Lighthearted Look at 50 Yeas of Military Broadcasting," by Trent Christman, and this is the caption: "With the war over and budgest being slashed, and with Hollywood stars still patriotic but not anxious to donate valuable talents, AFRTS cleverly got around the problem by covering the many events such as movie premieres at which stars gathered. Many of these assignments went to Jack Brown. Here, nattily attired i
  6. What fun, Mongo! But even better was that your adorable puppet video led me to your intro and outro on TCM, which I had missed during a crazy summer. You did a great job of talking about Double Indemnity and your wonderful role on these boards. Thanks for everything. Chris
  7. Shoot! Sorry about that--I keep trying to post the actual pix, but I'm doing something wrong...
  8. Thanks, Kid Dabb--you're the greatest. I used to think Diane Keaton looked like Marjorie Reynolds--then I saw Katherine Heigl ! Message was edited by: Ayres
  9. Malt... Good News (1947) New Word... How about *regal*
  10. I especially like the team of Veronica Lake and Alan Ladd--smoldering! It's hard to find all these Paramount films, however.
  11. Whenever there is a discussion of the great music of this era, I once again drop in to let people know that there's a great hot jazz radio program that you can listen to each Saturday night in real time, or during the ensuing week online. The host is entertainingly informative and careful about accuracy. So here is my first drop-in of the year: http://wamu.org/programs/hjsn/ He often plays Annette Hanshaw, which is what reminded me...
  12. GASP! You mean Cyd Charisse is your cousin??? Do you ever get to hang out with her? How is Cousin Tony doing?
  13. Well, a real southerner would have been novel--wasn't Nellie from Arkansas? I had a whole new perspective on the show when I saw Reba McEntire singing the role on a PBS special. I don't much like country music, but it worked to have a southerner singing those songs!
  14. We're Not Dressing gives you both the crooning Bing and a desert island setting (not to mention Carole Lombard... "Love Thy Neighbor" is right!).
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