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    1940s stag films

    As I think you know, I'm a film nut...the more long-lost the film the better. I thought you'd might like this cute, little short....i guess it could be considered a period 'stag' film from the 1940s. I assure you...it's very tame, very silly, it's got a great soundtrack and I think you'll enjoy it. The 'story' is about two ladies and their broken down car and what they have to resort to get someone to stop and help them. I woke my dog up I laughed so hard watching it. {snip}

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    Very funny, thanks for sharing. I think they were just hot, in that weather .
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    That's great! I would have stopped (to help, of course).
    "I didn't mean to say it, but I meant what I said."

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    I couldn't view this...anyone else have trouble?

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    There must have been a lot of women driving that day...
    Got a hand full of nothin'
    and I watch it like a hawk

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    You have to have Quick Time installed to view it.
    Gee, I wonder what the cop has in mind?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jamespowers
    You have to have Quick Time installed to view it...
    I've got QuickTime, and even ran Quicktime Updater...still no luck.

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    I had a problem too at first so I just reinstalled the dang thing and it works fine now. Go figure.

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    People think they are so rebellious and original, when really they are just banal, boring and dumb.

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    Quote Originally Posted by STHill
    That's great! I would have stopped (to help, of course).

    The car was the key point, right? Regards. Michaelson
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    Quote Originally Posted by Michaelson
    The car was the key point, right? Regards. Michaelson

    Boy, now I really know what it means to be too old to be interested in some things.

    Regards to all,

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    People think they are so rebellious and original, when really they are just banal, boring and dumb.

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