Voices — Christine Collins, August 25, 1932

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4 Responses to Voices — Christine Collins, August 25, 1932

  1. Andrew Adler says:

    Enough already with Christine Collins! Nobody cares anymore! The movie has come and gone and the hype is over. There’s no relevance anymore. The film wasn’t a world-beater, so why are you keeping this up? You’re beating a dead horse.

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  2. Jim says:

    Andrew–
    Quite to the contrary, I think this is an intriguing story in Los angeles history. The fact that the movie has come and gone is irrelevant. I hope that Larry finds additional items. If you don’t like them, you don’t have to read them.
    Jim

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  3. Tash says:

    I’m young and find it ver interesting. But…how can NO ONE know what in the world actually ended up happening to eaither Christine or her child Walter???
    The film left out specifics.

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  4. HarryD says:

    I also find this story extremely interesting…. I just saw the movie….it would be great if more info could be uncovered but it’s probably doubtful…

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