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Postby Tempo Gain » 27 May 2011, 01:19

Looks like an awesome channel, I'm gonna be checking out a lot of this stuff.

http://www.youtube.com/user/openflix#g/u
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Re: openflix

Postby Dr. McCoy » 27 May 2011, 09:45

Tempo Gain wrote:Looks like an awesome channel, I'm gonna be checking out a lot of this stuff.

http://www.youtube.com/user/openflix#g/u

My gosh. What is that?
OpenFlix provides a directory of movies commonly thought to be in the public domain and works their owners are willing to let be distributed.

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