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Wednesday, October 3, 2012

Black & White Wednesday


Do you remember these two? They are alive and well at the Natural Bridge Wax Museum :)

16 comments:

  1. OMG. two friends of me, laurel und hardy

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  2. Wonderful photograph, wonderful actors. I am greeting

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  3. i knew they look familiar but i bet if you would not have told more of the story i might not recall. it has been over a year or more since we were there. took friends & their kids to see the place. we so enjoyed the day. hope you had fun there too! (:

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  4. I'm wondering how many of your younger readers will not recognize these two! Lol. Very cute.

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  5. I recognized them right away. Great b&w photo!

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  6. So glad to see they're doing well! I believe they were once piano movers not too far from me - they seem to have recovered nicely! Love you black and white!

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  7. Cute one and perfect in black and white!

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  8. young i liked see thier movies

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  9. Love them and your photo made me smile!
    V

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  10. So cool, this makes it look like a scene from classic TV! Wonderful in b&w :)

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  11. If ever a picture deserved to be B&W, this is it!! :)

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  12. Used to look a lot movies with them. Thank you for the memories. Please have a good Thursay.

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  13. I haven't been there in years, they used to have one of my distant relatives there in wax, a fellow named Bear Tolley. Kind of like Bear Grylls without all of the running and leaping about. He lived over where the Appalachian trail is north of apple orchard until a forest fire burnt him out in the 1880s then he moved to purgatory mountain near buchanan and is buried there.

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