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In this age where film and TV programs are routinely packaged and sold on DVD and blu-ray, many of us have built up time and space-consuming collections that reflect our tastes.
Do you own copies of any films or TV programs?
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Dear old Weary,
I'm on the voting committee for The British Academy so I get all the new films in advance; I have hundreds.
My favourite stars are Judy Garland and Fred Astaire. And I have all of Buster Keaton's stuff.
As I never watch TV or listen to the radio I'm tempted to watch old movies.
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