A Star Is Born

A Star Is Born
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Frances

I just saw the new movie and was curious as to the plot. Interesting that they kept it pretty much the same except the original was an actress and not a singer. Am interested in the one made in fifties. So will try to fit it in.

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Well, classic Hollywood. Does it hold up after all these years? Um..., well... Wouldn't have sought this one out, but going to see the latest version tomorrow so thought to take a look at the original. Never believed Gaynor had the 'It' factor. Enjoyed March's performance. And oh, I do not ...Read more

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