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What are your favorite movies?
My Pal, Wolf
Slapstick Of Another Kind
Follow Me Boys
The Annunciation
You Are Not Alone
Bless The Beast And Children
Killer Klowns From Outer Space
The Three Stooges: In Orbit
Le Grand Chemin (The Grand Highway)
At Play In The Fields Of The Lord
Who are your favorite stars?
Joe Penner
Robert Woolsey & Bert Wheeler
Haley Mills
Marjorie Main & Percy Kilbride (Ma & Pa Kettle)
Leon Errol
Lupe Velez
Who are your favorite directors?
Ralph Bakshi
Jean-Luc Goddard
Francois Truffaut
About Me: Tell us about yourself/or your love for classic movies
I'm just a working stiff that enjoys a variety of tv & movies.
I watch many gendre.; Sci-Fi, comedy, family drama, & more. Though I only speak (American) English, many non-USA films interest me. American films have come to relie more on "special effects", while most non-US movies still rely on the acting. We (I) have cable, and my main networks are Sci-Fi channel & Cartoon Network. But, I do watch other stuff.
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At 8:04pm on August 23, 2009, C. A. House said…
Thank all of you for your best wishes. May your lives be full of blessings.
At 10:03pm on August 22, 2009, Ktrek said…
Happy Birthday C.A.!! I hope you had a good one!

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Just wanted to pop by and wish you a happy birthday!


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