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October 25, 2009

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Michael,

I am familiar with some of Stanley Holloway's work and saw a delightful 1953 British movie this year with him in it on the cable network, Turner Classic Movies called "A Day to Remember"

https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0391361

https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0045672/

Jules - I wasn't at all sure that anyone else would know that name, but I didn't reckon with your encyclopedic knowledge! Thanks for the links - I honestly had no idea how many movies he'd been in and will have to check out a couple of the classics. Thanks!

Thanks Michael,

Not sure about my encyclopedic knowledge, but I am definitely a fan of old movies. The TCM network has helped preserve,fund restortion and introduce to perhaps millions of new viewers many wonderful movies from Hollywood's(and other world studios)golden past.

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