Witness, The Fugitive, Young At Heart, Stalag 17, Bridge On The River Kwai, It's A Wonderful Life, Field Of Dreams, Angels With Dirty Faces, A Tree Grows In Brooklyn, An Affair To Remember, and the list could go on and on...
Who are your favorite stars?
Harrison Ford, William Holden, Susan Hayward, Meryl Streep, James Stewart, Doris Day, James Cagney, Sandra Bullock, and more...
Who are your favorite directors?
Frank Capra, William Wyler, David Lean, Kathryn Bigelow, Alfred Hitchcock, Joshua Logan, Jonathan Demme, Steven Spielberg, Ron Howard, Coens, Jerome Robbins, Ang Lee, Barry Levinson, Mike Nichols, Robert Wise, Michael Curtiz, and I suppose pretty much all the oscar winning directors, and others...
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We are a movie family, always quoting lines and recalling scenes from favorite movies. Everything in lif seems to remind me of some movie or some scene/line, emotion, etc. And they don't always make them like they used to.
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Sorry if I sounded defensive, I was little tired at the time.. ad getting thing ready for Easter
I been collecting Maureen pictures and i am doing a tribute on her so I have a lot.. As of now I have seen 48 movies of Maureen.. You should see Jamaica inn and The Hunchback of notre dame that what Maureen look like around then she was 17/18 around them
I love her in The Parent Trap, my first movie of her I remember when I was a kid how beautiful she was. She still beautiful for a lady who almost 90.
I sent her a letter telling how much I look up to her and stuff and at the time she was not doing autograph so i didn't ask for it or anything but surely enough she sent me one out of niceness a couple months later I was very happy because I was not expecting one at all.
She is now doing autographs but with rules now
I also got Julie Andrews and Mary Tyler Moore, Cindy Williams autographs
You should go on her official website if you haven't already it called Maureen O'Hara Magazine. The Creator knows Maureen and Maureen Assistant etc.
Your mother is very lucky I would love to meet, My biggest dream is to go to Ireland one of these years.
The girl in the light Blue is a 18 yrs old Maureen O'Hara
and No I don't like Maureen or Lucille because their redheaded I like Lucille Ball since I was 6 years old and I love the Parent trap since then as well, but it been recently since I became a Maureen's fan it because of her talents and personalty that I like.. I never base my favorites on an accessory..
and I don't have red hair, I'm a Burnett and Proud to be one too.
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