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What are your favorite movies?
Gone with the Wind, The Godfather, Whatever happened to Baby Jane? The snows in the Kilimanjaro, for whom the bells toll, it happened one night, San Francisco, East of Eden, Giant, To kill a mockinbird, etc...
Who are your favorite stars?

James Dean, Vivien Leigh, Lawrence Olivier, Gary Cooper, Marlon Brando, Gregory Peck, Joan Crawford, Bette Davis, Ingrid Bergman, Jean Harlow, Monty Clift.
Who are your favorite directors?
lots.. Frank Capra was pretty good :)
About Me: Tell us about yourself/or your love for classic movies
Well, I'm a 24 years old ecuadorian girl, marketing engineer but working as a videogame designer haha weird huh?

My story on how I got hooked on classic movies?? I'll tell you: I wasn't attracted to the golden age of hollywood (good Lord last year I went to LA and I didn't like classic movies yet so I didn't pay attention to all the wonderful stuff there was about Clark, aaaaahhhh i want to kick myself!!!) until one day i got my wisdom teeth pulled out, so I had license from work and I was at home very very bored, so I went through my mom's movies to see what I could find.. and I found something allright, I found Gone with the Wind. I remember my mom's words "watch the movie, it's amazing!" and my words "naaah boring!". So anyways, I gave it a shot, eitherway I had nothing to lose. I'M SO GLAD I DID! I fell in love with Rhett, it was like I discovered a whole new world of movies! So after this one I started to buy A LOT of Clark's movies (at least the ones I could find here, it's soooo hard to find them in Ecuador) and became addicted to him haha! After that, I started to buy classic movies and I love them. I was so wrong about this "old boring movies" I was a fool I know...

So that's my story :P I just bought "The african queen" with Bogart and Hepburn, I can't wait to watch it! I need to see "No man of her own" reaaaaally bad, I can't find it here though :(
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At 10:03am on September 3, 2018, Barron Moon said…

Hi, is nice meeting you here.If i could have just one wish,I would wish to wake up everyday to the sound of your breath on my neck,you are beautiful.Can we be friends, My name is Barron Moon,Could you please get back to me on I look forward hearing from you. Bye With love Barron  Moon.

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At 5:49pm on October 2, 2008, Christopher said… here..has some copies of No Man of Her Own ..for pretty cheap $6.10 on the right side box
At 3:13pm on September 30, 2008, Christopher said…
hoLa BoNiTa!....Welcome!..I just had to add you as a friend so that I would have your LOVELY portrait on my page to look at always! =:o)
At 10:37am on September 30, 2008, Dave Miller said…
Welcome to GAOH, Daniela.Be sure to check out all the groups this site has available. Hope to chat more in the future.

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