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    Default Graveyard kiss - The Quiet Man

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    Nice theta break.

    GREAT movie - I love it and watch it every year. Magnificent cast and acting.

    Hollywood, like NASA, can't do the great things it used to do.

    Pity. Too many Dwarfs in power.
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    Default Re: Graveyard kiss - The Quiet Man

    Can't seem to see this on my phone while waiting to pick up my youngest. But that's ok, I know this scene well. Best scene in that movie.

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    Default Re: Graveyard kiss - The Quiet Man

    best movie John Wayne ever made.

    and you can never go wrong with Maureen O'Hara

    or

    a John Ford movie

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    Is this in honor of St. Paddy's Day?



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