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  1. Dberrymanal1 commented on Dick Tracy about 17 hours ago

    Merry Christmas to the writers and thanks for wrapping up Annie’s story!

  2. Dberrymanal1 commented on Dick Tracy 2 months ago

    LOL! I wish my grandmother could see this! She was a big fan of Snuffy!

  3. Dberrymanal1 commented on Dick Tracy 2 months ago

    Karloff played the part in Arsenic & Old Lace on Broadway, but not in the movie version. Why I’m not sure. But it may have been that he was not under contract to the studio that made the movie.

  4. Dberrymanal1 commented on Dick Tracy 3 months ago

    I’m glad to know I’m not the only one who remembers the Brush. He’s not mentioned as much as say Flattop. That was one of Chester’s best stories.

  5. Dberrymanal1 commented on Dick Tracy 3 months ago

    Tracy, proper police man that he is
    would try to stop Punjab from taking the law into his own hands.

  6. Dberrymanal1 commented on Annie 3 months ago

    All long time Annie fans will love today’s “Dick Tracy”!

  7. Dberrymanal1 commented on Dick Tracy 3 months ago

    Oh I want to cry! Annie and Sandy are reunited! And Sandy didn’t grieve himself to death after all! Call me an old softy, but I will always love happy endings!

  8. Dberrymanal1 commented on Annie 4 months ago

    And yet mankind still thinks they can get along without God. As Moses said in the “Ten Commandments”. “It would take more than a man to free the slaves, it would take a God!” The same is true about bringing peace to the world. It will take more than a man or woman leader or even a United Nations, it will take a God!

  9. Dberrymanal1 commented on Annie 4 months ago

    Speak for yourself!

  10. Dberrymanal1 commented on Dick Tracy 4 months ago

    Tracy and Annie didn’t know what was showing until they got to the theater. Those were the days! It didn’t matter what was showing you knew it was something you could take your whole family to. Now as the Staler brothers said in their song, “Whatever happened to Randolph Scott?”, “you gotta read the paper and know the ratings of GP G and R and X and you gotta know what the movie’s about before you even go!” (I know some of those ratings are out of date now, the song was written in the 70’s but it still applies today.)