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Need Screencaps for Ginger Rogers' film Finishing School

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if anyone has heard and can get a hold of this Ginger film also starring Frances Dee, Billie Burke, and Robert Armstrong i was just wondering if there is any possible way you would be extremely and…Continue

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Charlie Chaplin's masterpiece The Great Dictator will be released on Blu Ray and DVD on May 24th. the film is currently available on DVD but it is super expensive and sometimes only available in a…Continue

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Classic Movies on YouTube

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over the past few months i have found so many classic movies in full or in full and broken into parts on YouTube. i'll post my list that i have saved in my favorites and if anyone has found any other…Continue

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What are your favorite movies?
The Thin Man, Casablanca, Singin in the Rain, Swing Time, Rebecca, Notorious, Spellbound, Laura, Roxie Hart, Sadie Thompson, Murder on the Orient Express, An American In Paris, King Kong, Arsenic and Old Lace, Band Wagon, Black Widow, Gaslight, Rope, Some Like It Hot, Stage Door, Strangers on a Train, To Have and Have, Not Follow The Fleet, Vivacious Lady, One Touch of Venus, The Great Dictator, Gone With the Wind, Finishing School, Test Pilot, Evelyn Prentice, Exit Smiling, The Love Light, Modern Times, City Lights, Bringing Up Baby, Annie Get Your Gun, Waterloo Bridge, Strange Interlude, The Ghost and Mrs. Muir
Who are your favorite stars?
Myrna Loy, Ingrid Bergman, Ginger Rogers, Gene Tierney, Olivia de Havilland, Irene Dunne, Susan Hayward, Vivien Leigh, Barbara Stanwyck, Carole Lombard, Frances Dee, Paulette Goddard, Greta Garbo, Joan Fontaine, Constance Bennett, Claudette Colbert, Lauren Bacall, Katharine Hepburn, Joan Bennett, Betty Hutton, Mary Pickford, Rosalind Russell, Gloria Swanson, Norma Shearer, Ava Gardner, Loretta Young, Greer Garson, Ida Lupino, Jean Hagen, Joan Blondell, Fay Wray, Jane Greer, Maureen O'Hara, Vera Miles, Joan Crawford, Bette Davis, Judy Garland, Grace Kelly, Maureen O'Sullivan

Cary Grant, William Powell, Gregory Peck, Charlie Chaplin, Robert Montgomery, Gary Cooper, Robert Taylor, Joel McCrea, Humphrey Bogart, Henry Fonda, Clark Gable, Dana Andrews, John Barrymore, Lionel Barrymore, Don Ameche, Robert Mitchum, William Holden, Errol Flynn, Buster Keaton, Gene Kelly, Fred Astaire, George Raft, Melvyn Douglas, George Brent, Douglas Fairbanks Jr., James Cagney, Dick Powell, John Wayne
Who are your favorite directors?
Alfred Hitchcock, Mel Brooks, Howard Hawkes, Michael Curtiz, Frank Capra, Victor Fleming , Raoul Walsh, Otto Preminger, Billy Wilder, Ernst Lubitsch , Cecil B. DeMille, George Cuckor , John Ford, George Stevens, Vincente Minnelli
About Me: Tell us about yourself/or your love for classic movies
Classic movies are a joy for me to watch. I started getting into classic films within the past two years. My great-grandma is a die hard Cary Grant fan and from her love for him and classic films i got into them. Their stories are fabulous, the actors and actresses were truly great you can tell they had a great love for their craft, and they can teach us so much about the time period they were made in.
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At 9:27am on July 6, 2012, Al Pearce said…
Welcome to my Joel McCrea group, Film Fanatic! Hope you enjoy the place to appreciate an underrated golden age actor who received worthy recognition on TCM. and i too hold the lovely Norma Shearer as a favorite leading lady, but i'm afraid i haven't had the chance to see many of her films. But having just seen a few of hers, i was charmed by a graceful studio queen (of MGM) and strong screen presence with a unique beauty. :-)
At 6:00pm on July 1, 2012, Al Pearce said…

hello Film Fanatic! i have just approved you into my Joel McCrea group. pardon me that i took so long. :-)

 

At 7:42pm on June 9, 2012, kareng said…
Hi FilmFanatic, I totally enjoyed the Vanity Fair pics you posted. Thank you. They're wonderful. Steichen did such great work! He was a brilliant photographer.
At 6:09am on May 21, 2012, Al Pearce said…

thank you, Film Fanatic, for joining my Susan Hayward group. you have now been fully approved! welcome! :-)

At 11:00pm on February 16, 2012, William said…

Hi,        And welcdome aboard ...This is a great site...I just bought "Forbiddeen Hollywood" volumes i,2,and 3....They are great they have a lot of "extras'..like a cartoon and short subjects..Also I ordered some silents with Renee Adoree.and some with Corinne Griffith..and one with Raquel Torres...The "stills"that I seen of her,are great.She wa sa beautiful actress...Once again welcome aboard,and I hope that you enjoy yourself here on this site.....Take care...

At 10:30pm on July 9, 2011, CHERYL LYNN'S TYRONE POWER LAND said…

Where did I get "The Affairs of Susan"?  Okay....I will tell you where.  You know sometimes the studios never release some movies on VHS nor DVD.....and the fans of the movie/star just have to hope they do someday.  Well not always.  I get most of my DVDs that haven't been released yet on Ioffer.....someone there usually has the ones that you can't find anywhere else.  The movies must be listed under public domain or the people on Ioffer would have been in trouble a long time ago because Ioffer has been around about as long as Ebay.  So, when I can't find something...I go to Ioffer.  So, if you have a classic movie that has never been released and probably won't ever....try here.   Watch the feedback though, just like Ebay.  

http://www.ioffer.com/i/affairs-of-susan-dvd-joan-fontaine-george-brent-8-120451193

At 11:18pm on March 21, 2011, MothGirl Wings said…
Thank you so much - I will try to find you on there, but honestly it's very much starting to go downhill there imho.  I am only staying because I have a Harold Lloyd Tumblr and one for Marian Marsh and another one I do with a friend for Fim Noir and Pre Code.  It's really better here for true film fans!
At 7:34am on December 29, 2010, siby13 said…
I also love Hitch!
At 7:32am on December 29, 2010, siby13 said…
Happy new year!
Much love and film in 2011!
Kisses kisses
At 9:36pm on October 20, 2010, Catherine said…
Oh, I love his photos of actresses and models - would really like to see some of your collection!
 
 
 

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