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    lavenderg commented on Who's The Coolest Woman From History That Nobody's Heard Of?

    Fredi Washington (1903-1994) an African-American actress during the 1920’s-1940’s and known largely for her role as Peola in ‘Imitation of Life’. This was also the first movie I’d seen her in. Her acting was brilliant and after researching her background, I was stunned at her beautiful… 

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    lavenderg commented on Who's The Coolest Woman From History That Nobody's Heard Of?

    Fredi Washington (1903-1994) an African-American actress during the 1920's-1940's and known largely for her role as Peola in 'Imitation of Life'. This was also the first movie I'd seen her in. Her acting was brilliant and after researching her background, I was stunned at her beautiful… 

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    lavenderg commented on What's The Best Book For Children Under 5?

    Harold and the Purple Crayon! I absolutely used to LOVE this book. It's the first one I remember being able to read all on my own at around age 5. The words are simple but the concept was huge. Harold was a cute little boy in blue pajamas with a fat purple crayon with which he drew… 

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    lavenderg commented on Which One Of These Disgusting Vintage Foods Would You Rather Eat?

    That was fun, but I don't feel so good anymore lol hahauuuuh :(

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    lavenderg commented on Which Kid's Books Are Worth Reading As An Adult?

    Roll of Thunder Hear My Cry by Mildred D. Taylor Growing up, my school never taught about Racism or Slavery, so my dad did. He gave me this book for my 9th birthday. It is an amazing and heartbreaking story about southern life in 1933 Mississippi, told from the perspective of a 9… 

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    lavenderg commented on Which Kid's Books Are Worth Reading As An Adult?

    Roll of Thunder Hear My Cry by Mildred D. Taylor Growing up, my school never taught about Racism or Slavery, so my dad did. He gave me this book for my 9th birthday. It is an amazing and heartbreaking story about southern life in 1933 Mississippi, told from the perspective of a 9… 

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    lavenderg commented on What's The Most Underrated Foreign Horror Movie?

    An Asian horror film called ‘Cinderella’ aka Sin-de-rel-la It’s South Korean. The story involves a highly-successful plastic surgeon called Yoon-hee, her teen daughter…and her cellar daughter. Years ago the first daughter was in a bizarre car accident which left her face horribly… 

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    lavenderg commented on What Movie Could You Watch Again And Again?

    That's a truly underrated film. I too, love the simplicity of the plot and the chemistry between the actors, and that adorable old Irish couple!! Hahaha! They were hilarious. It really is a fun movie, good choice!

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    lavenderg commented on What's The Most Underrated Foreign Horror Movie?

    An Asian horror film called 'Cinderella' It's Korean I think. The story involves a highly-successful plastic surgeon called Yoon-hee, her teen daughter…and her cellar daughter. Years ago the first daughter was in a bizarre car accident which left her face horribly burned and disfigured.… 

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    lavenderg commented on What Movie Could You Watch Again And Again?

    Jaws. Anytime, Anyplace, Anywhere. The ambiance, the great acting, the 'Farewell to Spanish Ladies' and of course the iconic Jaws track/theme song. I can't get enough of it. I watch it nearly every time it's on t.v. (and that's often). It doesn't matter if it's just started or halfway… 

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