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  • Ajax
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    SIGH! :nope: I am the Rodney Dangerfield of the audio forums. "I don't get no respect."

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  • ben9732
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    Originally posted by Ajax
    Wonderful news, Mike. As a avid movie buff, it is really exciting to think there will be even more to come.
    Just wondering ..... do you see these when they first came out?


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  • Ajax
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    Wonderful news, Mike. As a avid movie buff, it is really exciting to think there will be even more to come.

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  • engtaz
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    That's great news.

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  • 'Lost' silent movies found in Russia, returned to U.S.

    This is a neat story from CNN:

    'Lost' silent movies found in Russia, returned to U.S.

    Highlights
    - It's estimated that 80 percent of Hollywood's silent-era films no longer exist in the U.S.
    - Ten films from that era were discovered in a film archive in Russia
    - They were turned over to the Library of Congress


    The ten films presented Thursday, their studios and production year include:
    -- "Valley of the Giants" (Famous Players, 1919)
    -- "You're Fired" (Famous Players, 1919)
    -- "The Conquest of Canaan" (Famous Players, 1921)
    -- "Kick In" (Famous Players, 1922)
    -- "The Call of the Canyon" (Famous Players, 1923)
    -- "Canyon of the Fools" (R-C Pictures, 1923)
    -- "Circus Days" (First National, 1923)
    -- "The Eternal Struggle" (Metro Pictures, Louis B. Mayer, 1923)
    -- "The Arab" (Metro, 1924)
    -- "Keep Smiling" (Monty Banks, 1925)


    Mike
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