|Message||Great web site! I should come here more often.|
In the "Model T" portion of your site, you mentioned some films in which the Model T winds up destroyed or mangled at the end. I'm surprised you didn't mention "Busy Bodies"! The fate of the Model T at the end of that film was particularly memorable.
|Message||I have a number of Laurel & Hardy books that are not on yours site I will email photos?|
|Message||You don't believe me!|
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|Message||When my friend and I ran the Soupy Sales Fan Club In 1962-63, we went to visit with Stan Laurel in Santa Monica. There were two visits at separate times. We talked for about 45 minutes. Stan was wonderful. I've written about those visits in my book on Soupy, available on Amazon. I regret not bringing a camera each time, but I do have a postcard from Stan after the 1st visit. I have 3 original autographs altogether. Those visits were two of the highlights of my life. Thank you for allowing me to share.|
|Message||I've just found a large portrait photo of Stan Laurel signed and dated "march 1919" in an old wooden chest in my wife's grandmother's basement. It is unquestionably genuine, since it has a message to my wife's great-grandfather, Frank Mason written on it, and he was himself a successful vaudeville singer/comedian at that time, who knew Mr. Laurel personally. (He had a whole collection of signed vaudeville photos in there, and this was just one of them.). I'm not currently looking to sell the photo, just curious about it, and wondering what fans or historians might think of it. Any comments, or advice, would be appreciated.|
|Message||Names in various countries a good supplement to IntraTent Journal. Thanks.|
|Message||It's NOT a Model T, it's a 1933 or 34. Model T went out of production in 1927.|
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|Message||Nice site! Does anyone know who wrote the words and music of "Lonesome Pine"?|
Thanks, and keep up the good work!
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