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|I was born on 4/11/1937 and was a child of the 1940/s and a devoted movie fan. We did not have tv then so going to the movies was a great joy. From beautiful technicolor movies with the lovely betty grable to black & white b horror films to dramatic film it was wonderful. I did not have tv until I was 13 and then discovered the great films from the 1930's. it was a wonderful time to be a child. A time of innocence and wonder. I would never want to be a child today. they grow up too fast are too sophisticated. I like coming to find a grave to honor all these wonderful actors i admired so.|
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|Sal Mineo Fan||Thank you|
I appreciate your thoughtful token left for Sal Mineo
Thank you very much Eugene for visiting Connie's grave site.In case you did not know the Official web site at www.conniemarshall.net will tell you all about her life and fims she made. It will also lead you to her Official fan site.
Thank you again on behalf of Connie's family.
Founder of Connie Marshall Society.
|Lon +||Betty Grable|
I was born 5/16/1937 and grew up on those wonderful movies too. Betty Grable has always been my favorite star. My favorite movie is Sunset Blvd. When I saw it in 1950 it changed my movie going life.
Added by Lon + on Sep 26, 2009 1:17 PM
|Rudy Carreon||Connie Marshall Fan Site|
Go to www.conniemarshall.org. Perhaps you will enjoy Connie's Legacy even more.
|deedee doe||heath ledger|
what a beautiful message you left..........ps i too love old movies, i have bette davis in who killed baby jane and also have captains courageous with spencer tracy but my favorite is spencer tracy and micky roony in boys town.....you can order all these old movies from some order site on the web..my husband sends for them for me ..take care denise(england)
|Sal Mineo Fan||Juliet Prowse|
Read your tribute to Juliet Prowse and had to giggle that you mentioned "Who Killed Teddy Bear." That is my favorite of Sal's movies!
|marie williams||Diana Lynn|
I love your tribute to this lovely actress; you said everything I feel about her. (I'm a product of the same era as you, and sure miss those glorious days.)
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