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At one point, soon after discovering eBay, I decided to buy every classic film I could find on VHS, whether it be new, used or out of print. When I won a lot of Leonard Maltin Forbidden Hollywood pre-code VHS that included Skyscraper Souls and Employees’ Entrance I was blown away by the Barrymore-esque (pardon me!) leading man. Who was this cad?
My name is Cliff Aliperti and I’ve been selling collectibles pretty much my entire life, starting out with baseball cards, but touching just about everything in between on the way to my current specialties, Movie Cards and Collectibles from the Silent Period through the 1950s and Magazine Back Numbers from the Nineteenth Century to present. I’ve been selling online since 2000, full-time since 2004.
See my Google Profile to find all, or at least most, of my sites and online stomping grounds.
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D’oh! I missed the First Hundred Years. I’d set a reminder to record it as well. Darn. Hope you enjoyed it. I am reviewing Lady for A Day for my blog and I wonder if you’d mind if I “borrowed” one of your stills. (The one with WW and May Robson). I will credit you of course.
Double D’oh–I guess I’d better spruce up this about page 🙂 totally forgot about it here.
Sure thing, go for it (anytime). I actually have my copy pulled to write-up too, but I’d meant to get to it before TCM’s last airing, so it will probably sit for awhile now.
The First Hundred Years, okay. More for the Virginia Bruce fan than anyone else I’d guess (or Montgomery, of course). WW kind of had equal footing with Alan Dinehart, which made it disappointing from my perspective.
He was pretty cool in his last scene, drunk w/Dinehart. Otherwise probably a 2-1/2* (out of 4) overall and just a 1/2 to 1* from the Warren William perspective.
Thanks, look forward to reading it!
John Gilbert says
I am a 71 year old classic movie fan. Believe it or not (you probably will), I recently discovered Warren William on TMC in the Perry Mason movies he made. I was shocked that I had not been aware of him. I read Strangeland’s bio of Warren and now understand why. The bio was excellent and I am now binging on Warren William movies. He was a marvelous actor. I know I’m preaching to the choir and I am glad you have this website.