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Classically Speaking:
Promoting Classic Movies in a Jaded World!

Wednesday, January 05, 2005


Cary Grant and Liz at Dinner

Hi, and welcome to CLASSICALLY SPEAKING.
This blog was created to enlighten the clueless about classic movies (and the rest of us who don't know everything). All posts were contributed by classic movie fans. On this post page, I answer any questions that readers have submitted concerning my blog. Anyone may leave questions as comments at the bottom of the page or e-mail me about anything he or she doesn't see answered here. My email address is: classicliz@yahoo.com. You may call me either Elizabeth or Liz.



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Make your selection from there and go to the subsequent corresponding pages.

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What constitutes a classic performer?
This is always a subject for debate. Here on my blog, our contributors call any favorite performer who made films prior to 1972 a classic performer. In submitting a showcase to Classically Speaking for publication, the contributor must list at least one film that was made prior to 1972, preferably as the main entry, to be accepted.


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*Cinematically yours,
Elizabeth Van Cleve Randolph

Photo displayed: A Photoshopped version of a movie still from The Awful Truth (1937) starring Cary Grant and Irene Dunne. Elizabeth Van Cleve Randolph's face is pasted over Irene Dunne's. It's a joke.