Really-100's of Them;Mr.Smith Goes to Washington,Sound of Music,Oklahoma,Dave,Tora,Tora,Tora,Patton,You've Got Mail,Sleepless in Seattle,The Quiet Man,Rudy,The 10 Commandments,A League of Their Own,Grumpy Old Men,Grumpier Old Men,Father of the Bride(Steve Martin),-and many more.
Who are your favorite stars?
James Stewart,James Cagney,John Wayne,Henry Fonda,Glen Ford,Cary Grant,Harrison Ford,Steve Martin,John Candy,Spencer Tracy,Kevin Costner,Tom Hanks,Charleton Heston,Burt Lancaster,-and many more.
Actresses:June Allyson,Deborah Kerr,Ginger Rogers,Maureen O'Hara,Sally Field,Meg Ryan,-many more
Who are your favorite directors?
John Ford and several others
About Me: Tell us about yourself/or your love for classic movies
I grew up in Southern California-where there were opportunities most of the time to go and see many of the earlier great movies,so I really enjoy and appreciate the quality of the earlier movies,their scripts,Directors and Actors and Actresses.To my way of thinking-there are almost no movies,or actors/actresses that can compare with those who were associated with the "Classic Movies."
It's been Years since I've been to a movie theater and there are very few movies or sitcoms on TV,that I would want to watch,or appreciate-so,Thank Heavens for the "Classics.
I tend to be more of a Conservative person-both socially and politically.
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