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Thanks, I did so with your help. I didn?t know Albertson?s name.

 

I thought the scene looked a little familiar. The guy is in some kind of uniform, such as that of a steward on an airliner, and the curved art deco set reminded me of a blimp scene from ?Just Imagine?. Also, that looks like the New York skyline in the background.

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Some of the plot elements are a little silly, but it?s still an interesting movie because of its prediction of things of the future, even though it was made in 1930. Some predictions came true and some did not. We finally did get some rockets to Mars (although without people in them). Some people today do take pills rather than drink alcohol. The baby vending machine is similar to the surrogate mother phenomenon. Blimps are coming back in fashion. Numbers have partly replaced names (such as yours) on the internet. Tall buildings have been built in New York. There are more personal airplanes now, although there aren?t many personal helicopters.

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It's very easy. Use this code:

 

<img src=>

 

Place the photo's url address in-between the = equal sign and the right arrow. Make sure there are no spaces between the equal sign and the url address and none between the url address and the right arrow.

 

To find the url address, place your screen cursor over the photo, then right click your mouse and click on "properties". The address will then be listed. Copy that and place it in-between the equal sign and the right arrow, then post that to the blank "message" box on this thread.

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Metz - I like your posts, they are fun. I try not to include myself in each game, so that others can post first, but sometimes it is hard when it is a picture of one of my favorite actors, like Ronald Colman. I like actors and actresses from the 1920's and 30's best; if you post more photo's from the 1950's or 60's I would probably be stumped!

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No need to stop, Metz.

 

If I know the people and the movie right away, I don't post the answer because I want to give someone else a chance.

 

But if I don't know them, I try to figure them out.

 

That photo of Fay Wray looked familiar, but it didn't look like her. You gave me a clue and that helped.

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