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What are your favorite movies?
Gone With The Wind, Wizard of Oz, Broadway Melody of 1940, Starlift, Hollywood Canteen, Calmity Jane, Sound of Music, If I'm Lucky, Something For The Boys, Doll Face, etc.
Who are your favorite stars?
Doris Day, Eleanor Powell, Perry Como, Carmen Miranda, Betty Grable, Alice Faye, Ann Sothern, Lucille Ball.
Who are your favorite directors?
I am not too familiar with the names of the directors. I guess the ones that dealt with the musicals.
About Me: Tell us about yourself/or your love for classic movies
Fairly young person but I like entirely the old entertainment. The old movies and the old music. I never was able to get into 'Rock' and I am even more appalled by the 'rap' and other loud noises which are supposed to be considered 'music'. I fear that the old magic of good entertainment is fast fading away and there are not too many around with the same interests - especially in my area. Its been years since I have had a decent conversation about these topics.
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