Almost very thing. Just mostly Westerns and any Bob Hope movie.
Who are your favorite stars?
Bob Hope, John Wayne, Allan "Rocky" Lane James Garner, Burt Reynolds, Randolph Scott, Cary Grant, James Stewert, Marilyn Monroe, Rock Hudson, Doris Day, Vincent Price, Jane Russell, Roy Rogers, Chuck Norris, Arnold, Julie Adams Charlton Heston, Jeff Chandler, Jack Benny,
About Me: Tell us about yourself/or your love for classic movies
Not much to tell.
I'm married to a wonderful wife...her name is Lisa.
We both just like the old movies much better than todays. I just can't really care about the stars in todays film.
I think the movies during the late 30's to the late 60's are the best.
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thanks for joining my Charlton Heston group, Captain Kirk. i too am a fan of Bob Hope, who was a true hero in having selflessly entertained troops in every war America was in since WWII. an extremely talented man indeed. i love the ROAD TO- pictures he did with Bing Crosby and Dorothy Lamour. that's the sort of comedy hollywood needs to bring back.
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