Fine, State Fair Is the Best Movie Ever Made in Dallas In the History of Ever
Yet again, the Red Oak Kid's back with a page outta Dallas's history book -- this time, with a still from the making of State Fair on the Fair Park grounds. Writes the ROK, "Bobby Darin notes Pamela Tiffin's measurements in his little black book." Heh. This one's for all of you who insist the 1962 production is the best movie filmed in Dallas -- and, yes, LakeWWWooder, I look in your general direction.
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