- You Can´t Take it With You; - Waterloo Bridge; Seventh Heaven - 1937 and The More The Merrier and many others.
Who are your favorite stars?
Tyrone Power, Jimmy Stewart; Cary Grant; FredMacMurray, Wiiliam Powell, Joel McCrea.
Linda Darnell; Jean Arthur; Simone Simon; Carole Lombard, Rosalind Russel.
Who are your favorite directors?
Frank Capra; Billy Wilder; Preston Sturges; Otto Preminger; Roberto Rossellini and Howard Hawks.
About Me: Tell us about yourself/or your love for classic movies
My love for movies from Hollywood Golden Age began already in the pre- adolescence, when i watched movies with my father of Abbot and Costello and horror movies with Bela Lugosi. My aunt was also crazy for ti the cinema in the 1920s and until today I have his book of actors and actresses of the silent movie era. My father always said that i have the DNA of her for the cinema.
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