I think its time I re-evaluate the Stooges and give them another chance. It's not that I dislike them, they usually just aren't ones I go to often. But, it's been probably a decade or more (!) since I've watches any Stooges, so I may need to give 'em another shot!
I love the Stooges, I believe the first checks I ever ordered for myself had the Three Stooges pictured on them.
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We have tons of Disney tapes too, from when the girls were little. I also have my Little Rascals collection and lots of Christmas classics. Oh and so many sentimental videos from my girls dance recitals and cheerleading competitions and talent shows. I'm going to hold on to the VCR as long as I can too!
Good to hear someone still enjoys Our Gang (the Little Rascals)! I met a few of them at film conventions.
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"Harvey", is one of my all-time most favorites to watch!!! I mean, at the top of my list, I love that one....
Merry, I just love your taste in movies~
"Harvey" is very high on my list. The scene in the alley behind Charlie's Place when Elwood explains how he spends his time and how he met Harvey ... priceless. I watched the DVD yesterday. (Trivia: Frank Skinner, who wrote the musical score, wrote the music for some of the songs in Gloria Jean's movies.)
Ooh boy ... worked from 9 a.m. to 6:30 p.m., and never got the chance to logon here until after 7 p.m. Ugh. I'll be glad to get out of the office for a few days to go to Maryland, but that won't be any picnic either. At least it'll be a change of scenery and some time with family and old neighbors. Sadly, it may be the last time I see some of them.
CAH, any news about Chico?
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