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Harlett O'Dowd wrote:florodoragirl wrote:Hi, my name is Caroline. I live in NJ .
Another jersian! There must be something in the water!
pathe16mm wrote:Just wanted to introduce myself to the group. I used to frequent alt.movies.silent years ago. Came across this place recently and am pleased to find a great amount of activity and many familiar posters from alt.movies.silent. Look forward to learning and sharing with you all.
Misanthropic_Flapper wrote:Hiya there!
My name is Déborah Natanson, I'm 28, French, and living in beautiful Edinburgh, Scotland. I've recently finished a PhD in Classics (about the human condition in Homer's Iliad, If you need to know!) and am know half-heartedly looking for a proper real-world job.
I'm a very recent convert to silent films (it's been less that 2 years, though I've been watching classic films since I was a kid) and I've been lurking here for a while, in awe of the incredible amount of knowledge you can find! I'll try very hard not to lower the tone too much...
My favourites are Valentino, Swanson, Clara Bow, Louise Brooks, Norma Shearer and as for directors, I love Lang, Murnau, von Stroheim as well as the DeMille sex comedies. I also love precode films, Noir stuff (huge fan of Bogart) and I'm embarrassingly obsessed with Orson Welles.
I have a very spoiled cat called Mia.
Jason Liller wrote:*The trolley park was Brandywine Springs Park in Wilmington, Delaware. TURNING THE TABLES, included in Kino's "Edison: The Invention of the Movies" DVD set, was shot by Alfred C. Abadie for N. Dushane Cloward who ran the moving picture theater at this park.
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