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What are your favorite movies?
Twilight (not a classic i know but a superb film),Hush Hush Sweet Charlotte, The Long Long Trailer, Margie (1946), An Affair To Remember, A Family Upside Down (70s MFTV), Guess Who's Coming To Dinner, Sleepless In Seattle, Fitzwilly.
Who are your favorite stars?
Jeanne Crain, Jane Russell, Lana Turner, Shelley Winters, Joseph Cotten, Deborah Kerr, Lucille Ball, Suzanne Pleshette, Barbara Eden, Lauren Bacall, Doris Day, Sandra Dee and many many more lol
Who are your favorite directors?
Umm, not really any personal favorite directors more of a fan of the stars.
About Me: Tell us about yourself/or your love for classic movies
26 year old guy who loves old movies/tv shows. I have a varied taste in films.
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At 9:57pm on July 27, 2009, Catherine said…
Oh I remember those lyrics! Didn't Hal sing some of that tune in 2001 A Space Oddesy?
At 1:13pm on June 22, 2009, Fab35 said…
Tanks Chris ! Good idea !
At 4:47pm on June 19, 2009, Ktrek said…
Oh...and I forgot...I LOVE the current look of your page! Nice work maestro!

At 4:46pm on June 19, 2009, Ktrek said…
Wow! She sure looks great for her age! Thanks for the pic Chris and thinking of me! Glad to see you are still coming by occasionally. I miss chatting with ya!

At 1:54pm on April 27, 2009, Harley Love said…
Oh my goodness, dahlink is my favorite word! You made my day!
At 10:21am on April 27, 2009, Slim said…
Thank you, Chris! You have a very good taste in movies!
Hope you have a supercalifragilisticexpialidocious week, "dahlink" ;)
At 1:48pm on March 30, 2009, Rupert Alistair said…
I have seen most of Jeanne's films including "Apartment for Peggy" (can we say perky) which is great. The only film I haven't seen from her Fox hey day was "Winged Victory." I did know about the live "Meet Me In St. Louis", it was featured in "The Fox Girls" by James Robert Parish that I read several years ago.
I'm new here, so thanks for the comment.
At 10:29am on March 30, 2009, Rupert Alistair said…
I see you like Jeanne Crain too. She's the best. Have you ever seen her debut (better look fast) as the Girl in the Bathing Suit in The Gang's All Here? My favorites (though it's hard to pick) are A Letter to Three Wives and of course Margie.
At 5:29pm on February 24, 2009, Rosie Sayer said…
I cried at those myself.
Peace and hope,
At 6:58am on February 24, 2009, Rosie Sayer said…
Chris, I saw in the chat room that you didn't watch the Oscars. You missed a couple great moments. Check these out:



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