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What are your favorite movies?
Ninotchka... Queen Christina... My Man Godfrey... To Be Or Not To Be... No Man Of Her Own... Mr. And Mrs. Smith... Twentieth Century... Nothing Sacred... Made For Each Other... Swing High, Swing Low... Susan Lennox... The Quiet Man... Grand Hotel... Rebel Without a Cause... Witness for the Prosecution... The Great Dictator... Rear Window... McLintock!... Rio Grande... His Girl Friday... Double Indemnity... The Women... Freaks... Reefer Madness... The Cocaine Fiends... Marihuana... Auntie Mame... Rope... To Catch a Thief... North By Northwest... The Flesh and the Devil... Judgement at Nuremburg... Morocco... Der Blaue Engel (The Blue Angel)... Our Dancing Daughters... Our Modern Maidens... Our Blushing Brides... Baby Face... Ball of Fire... Christmas in Connecticut... The Lady Eve... Meet John Doe.. High Noon... The Divorcee... Wings... Vampyr... Metropolis... Les Diabolique... La Belle et La Bete... Les Parapluies de Cherbourg... Belle de Jour... Repulsion... Tristana... La Sirène du Mississipi... Les Demoiselles de Rochefort... The April Fools... Le Dernier Métro... Diary of a Chambermaid... Jules et Jim... Un homme et une femme... The Bicycle Thief... 8 1/2... La Dolce Vita... Ballad of a Soldier... Shoulder Arms... Steamboat Bill, Jr... The Cameraman... Mildred Pierce... The General... The Kid... Anna Christie... The Graduate... Dance, Girl, Dance... A Foreign Affair... Rancho Notorious... The Thin Man Movies... Libeled Lady... Wife vs. Secretary... The Best Years of Our Lives... Ladies They Talk About... Night Nurse... The Mad Miss Manton... Manhattan Melodrama... Love Crazy... Suddenly, Last Summer... For Whom the Bell Tolls... Casablanca... Humoresque... Possessed... To Have and Have Not... The Big Sleep... Dark Passage... The Maltese Falcon... The Seventh Samurai... Dracula... Sleuth... Frankenstein... The Bride of Frankenstein... Son of Frankenstein... The Hunchback of Notre Dame (both silent and 1939 versions)... The Phantom of the Opera... The Mummy... King Kong... The Most Dangerous Game... Of Mice and Men... To Kill A Mockingbird... Modern Times... Nosferatu... They All Kissed The Bride... Sorry, Wrong Number... Topper... Merrily We Live... A Woman's Face... Whatever Happened To Baby Jane?... Guess Who's Coming to Dinner... The Ghost and Mrs. Muir... Paths of Glory... Public Enemy.. Little Ceasar... Pandora's Box... Tarzan films... Lawrence of Arabia... The Dawn Patrol... A Night At The Opera... Duck Soup... Horse Feathers... Night of the Living Dead... Dawn of the Dead... The Night of the Iguana... and even more...
Who are your favorite stars?
Carole Lombard... Clark Gable... Greta Garbo... Myrna Loy... William Powell... Cary Grant... Catherine Deneuve... Jeanne Moreau... Anouk Aimee... Romy Schneider... Marlene Dietrich... Joan Crawford... Barbara Stanwyck... Dorothea Wieck... Herthe Thiele... Anna May Wong... Tallulah Bankhead... John Gilbert... John Barrymore... Humphrey Bogart... Lauren Bacall... Charlie Chaplin... Buster Keaton... Katharine Hepburn... Spencer Tracy... Rosalind Russell... Robert Montgomery... John Wayne... Maureen O' Hara... Louise Brooks... Rudolph Valentino... Marcello Mastroianni... Errol Flynn... Olivia de Havilland... Robert Mitchum... Gregory Peck... Henry Fonda... Lucille Ball... Maureen O' Sullivan... Jimmy Stewart... Doris Day... Lon Chaney... Boris Karloff... Bela Lugosi... Constance Bennett... Gene Tierney... Paul Newman... Robert Redford... James Dean... Anne Bancroft... Dustin Hoffman... Sidney Poitier... Ida Lupino...
Who are your favorite directors?
John Ford... John Huston... Frank Capra... Rouban Mamoulian... Ernst Lubitsch... George Cukor... Dorothy Arzner... Ida Lupino... Alfred Hitchcock... Howard Hawks... King Vidor... G.W. Pabst... Erich von Stroheim... Ingmar Bergman... Luis Bunuel... Frederico Fellini... Marco Ferreri... Tod Browning... Billy Wilder... William Wellman... William Wyler... W.S. Van Dyke... Francois Truffaut... Jacques Demy... Jacques Tati... Roger Vadim...
About Me: Tell us about yourself/or your love for classic movies
I'm a college student... somewhat fluent in German... shy but outspoken... lover of the arts and animals... great lover of films, especially films from the 1920s, '30s, and '40s, indies, and many that are foreign, especially from Germany, France, and Italy... I love music (a lot of which is big band & swing, Dixieland and jazz from the '20s and '30s)... I also like to paint and draw some of my favorite actors and actresses... read (I love to read works from the Lost Generation or other writers from the 1920s and '30s or any philosophical-like book)... anything art noveau, art deco, burlesque, and pin-up related... playing with my two cats... and take photographs.
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At 5:38pm on July 5, 2017, Roger Zotti said…

Pandora's Box...Great one. Louise Brooks--terrific. Does her character ever think about anything but the present moment?

At 6:30am on October 31, 2010, Redrose139 said…
Happy Halloween :)

At 6:50pm on January 6, 2010, Elizabeth Rachel said…
Thank you for the welcome message!! I am really enjoying this site!
At 7:51pm on January 3, 2010, Abdullah aka Chuck said…

And YOU young lady....what are you doing up so late last night writing Catholic drinking jokes till all hours!! You need your rest!!
At 8:46am on December 25, 2009, Redrose139 said…


Hello Cait, Wish you a Merry Christmas, and a Happy New Year :)
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Happy 101st Birthday Carole Lombard!

Posted on October 6, 2009 at 11:30am 5 Comments



Hello everyone! I am excited to say that today, October 6th, marks Carole Lombard's 101st birthday. I know I am not the only one on GAOH that is excited. The members in the Carole Lombard Fan group are all also excited and we all have been celebrating the big day for the past week.



For those of you who don"t know, Carole was born Jane Alice Peters on October 6th, 1908, in Fort Wayne, Indiana. She was the youngest of three children,… Continue

65th Anniversary of "The Longest Day"

Posted on June 6, 2009 at 7:30pm 3 Comments



As I am sure many of you know, today, June 6th, marks the 65th anniversary of the Allied invasion of Normandy, France during World War II. Known officially as "Operation Overlord," D-Day involved 160,000 troops who landed on five beaches nicknamed Omaha, Utah, Juno, Sword, and Gold, and including paratrooppers who landed behind German lines in the late hours of June 5th, along with more than 5,000 Ships and 13,000 aircraft. By the end of the… Continue
 
 
 

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