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    I love classic movies and movie stars, and I enjoy being apart of an environment, such as this one, where people of like interest and I can come together and discuss said interests.

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  1. I've always had a place for Jean Harlow in my gallery of classic movie stars, and it saddens me that her movies haven't been given a greater representation on physical media. The 7-DVD set they did for her 100th birthday back in 2011 looked pretty, but the quality of some of the movies was disappointing. The box was quite flimsy, too. I did like that the set came with 4x6 photos of her, which I quickly tossed into a photo album to preserve them longer. I've often wished somebody would get off their rocker and put out a Jean Harlow/Clark Gable collection. They made a total of six movies togethe
  2. I'm fairly new to the TCM Forums, and I believe this is my first time actually posting here. My most recent purchase was at the Barnes & Noble in Savannah. All the hardback books were 50% off, but unfortunately none of the movies were. I bought the more generically-assembled Bogart and Bacall collection, featuring four of their movies: TO HAVE AND TO HAVE NOT (which I already owned previously), THE BIG SLEEP (which I used to have a LARGE movie poster of), DARK PASSAGE, and KEY LARGO (I love the Bertie Higgins song). I have seen pieces of a Bogart-Bacall movie before, but ironically,
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