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  • Albatros1

    • Ardy
    • 2009-08-27

    Again he knows TCM about as much Robert Osbourne IF HE WOULD PLEASE CONTACT ME AS A MOVIE BUFF. YET HE'S A (TRUE MOVIE BUFF AS WELL AS I AM) so if in the cards hope we meet as movie buffs to continue to keep the site informed. KUDOS again to hi hi is a true blue movie affecinado. I'VE seen his post so many times when TCM has no info on a person he does as i do, again KUDOS.

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    • Ardy
    • 2009-05-26

    As usual he is awesome with his contributions on the biography portion of the stars when there is none.

  • Joan Leslie is a sweethear

    • Chris Fortner
    • 2008-11-22

    I've been a fan of Joan Leslie since seeing her as Gracie Williams in Sgt. York. She is adorable in the majority of her roles and I wish she had done more films. Hopefully we will see her in some other roles in the future if she is still interested in acting.

  • Must be remembered

    • Bill Nolan
    • 2007-08-28

    Magical to watch, not to mention terrific vocal skill. She lights up any scene she is in.

  • Would like to contact her

    • Dolores Chopp
    • 2007-08-24

    Joan was a playmate of my husbands when they lived in Highland Park Michigan.We have been married for fifty five years and he has always talked about her. He remembers her getting hit by a car.... nothing serious. He will be eighty in October and I wish I could contaact her so they could chat a bit.

  • Unable to Contact

    • Robert Dazer
    • 2007-08-14

    Joan was my mother's cousin. She sent mom a Christmas card every year. After my mother died, I attempted to contact her to let her know how much I enjoyed her movies, but I was never able to connect. My mother cherished those cards and I was proud to have such a famous person as a distant relative.

  • Loved her since I was a Kid

    • paul moran
    • 2007-07-31

    Hust a great lady, talented and beautiful. I always had a crush on her. I want to get tge movie she played on with Fred Astaire in 1973, High in the Skies I think. It was showed on July 31st, on avation Tuesday. I would love to meet her. Respectively Yours, Paul Moran Ps I am 51 now

  • Natural beauty

    • o.a.c.
    • 2007-07-05

    One of the lovliest faces to ever grace the silver screen. In later years she still maintained her beauty.

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    • cool person
    • 2006-03-24

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