Christmas in Conneticut
Ball of Fire
Remember The Night
Heaven Can Wait (Beatty)
Somewhere In Time
The King and I
Anna and the King
Stranger Than Fiction
Meet Me in St. Louis
A Star is Born
The Way We Were
My Fair Lady
The Last of the Mohicans (Daniel Day-Lewis)
Guys and Dolls
Stella Dallas (Stanwyck)
Imitation of Life
The Ten Commandments
East Side West Side
Meet Me in St. Louis
A Star is Born (Judy Garland)
Lady Sings the Blues
Who are your favorite stars?
Who are your favorite directors?
About Me: Tell us about yourself/or your love for classic movies
I was born and raised in Huntsville, Alabama in 1953. I went to college and lived in Boston, Massachusetts as well as in the cities of Amherst and Springfield. I have loved Barbara Stanwyck since I was about 10 years old and saw her co-starring in Wagon Train and The Untouchables before the run of The Big Valley. I'm very happy to have found this website. I hope to add to its interest.
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Thank you for the friend invitation, and for your good wishes! They came at a very good time. I wish you the same.
I like my name, too. It's not glamorous or elegant, but that suits me perfectly. Besides, I do turn a rosy hue when I sit too long by the fire. LOL
I like your new avatar!
No problem, Jim. My own presence here is somewhat sporadic; life is unfortunately full of things that get in the way of GAOH.
Barbara's "Yuletide genre" (I like that) is the best of any star, I think. Meet John Doe is one of my favorite Capra films, although Mr. Deeds Goes to Town, Arsenic & Old Lace and Lost Horizon are strong contenders for top position. Strangely, It's a Wonderful Life has never been one of my favorites.
Hi! Should I call you Allidesire, or do you have a nickname? I've had this film with Barbara Stanwyck for about a year and haven't gotten around to watching it yet. Thanks for reminding me! I love her, too, but in the past year my movie-watching has decreased shamefully. Ball of Fire is one of my all-time favorites--I must have seen it twenty times at least, and I'm planning to watch Remember the Night for the tenth or twelfth time this Christmas. As you might guess, I'm fond of comedies.
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