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Old 14 February 2018, 10:44
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A Private's Affair

Humorous classic movie from 1960. Entertaining. Downloaded from I Tunes. Stars a young Barberra Eden ( I dream of genie fame). Wowza! Also young pre-Gilligan Bob Denver and Mr. Howell. As well as stars Bing Crosby's son and the future Mr. Goodwrench.

Story of three men drafted into the Army, and while in basic get entered into a TV variety show, and one of the privates mistakenly marries the first female assistant secretary of the Army.

Enjoyable comedy/ part musical.

Talk about politically incorrect. You could not make a film these days with the closing song and dance! Awesome! The feminists and SJW would go absolutely berserk. 36-24-36 is the name of the song.
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Old 14 February 2018, 14:27
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She doesn't look like any SSGs I ever knew.
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Old 14 February 2018, 19:07
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Humorous classic movie from 1960. Entertaining. Downloaded from I Tunes. Stars a young Barberra Eden ( I dream of genie fame). Wowza! Also young pre-Gilligan Bob Denver and Mr. Howell. As well as stars Bing Crosby's son and the future Mr. Goodwrench.

Story of three men drafted into the Army, and while in basic get entered into a TV variety show, and one of the privates mistakenly marries the first female assistant secretary of the Army.

Enjoyable comedy/ part musical.

Talk about politically incorrect. You could not make a film these days with the closing song and dance! Awesome! The feminists and SJW would go absolutely berserk. 36-24-36 is the name of the song.
I'll put on my Rock Hudson ass-zipper leather pants and download this one

...seriously, I've always liked the old musicals, Gene Kelly et al. Those fuckers were in fantastic shape, now back to The Village People reunion tour.
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