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September 09, 2011


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What an enjoyable post, Martin. What other films did Sir Laurence Oblivion make? Love that moniker. I remember fondly reading Charles Lamb's versions of Shakespeare. Terrific, though I did not read to my younger sister. DL

Cool article, I will have to check it out. I agree with you about not watching movies, because most of the time they are disappointing. Thank you for the review and writing this article. Kudos to you.

So that boy thought John Lennon quit the band when he got shot, ha? Terrific. A very enjoyable post indeed...

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