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What are your favorite movies?
His Girl Friday, Citizen Kane, You can't take it with you, Sabrina, SOME LIKE IT HOT, Seven Samurai.........
V for Vendata, Godfather I, II ,
Who are your favorite stars?
Cary Grant, Clark Gable, Irene Dunne, Audrey Hepburn, ....
Newman and Redford, Lemmon, Tony Curtis,
Who are your favorite directors?
Billy Wilder, Frank Capra, ....
About Me: Tell us about yourself/or your love for classic movies
Well to say the least i am an advent fan of Old Hollywood Films, Old Japanese Films and to some extent Old Bollywood Films. Though i cannot claim to be an extremely articulate or learned critic of film, i would like to believe that i have a slightly high taste in films.
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At 11:37am on February 27, 2009, Ktrek said…
Welcome Ammet to The Golden Age of Hollywood. We're glad to have you join and hope you will frequent the site. I believe you are our first member from India.



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