What Ever Happened to Baby Jane, Mildred Pierce, Dark Victory, Sudden Fear, Rosemary's Baby, Jaws, The Exorcist, Hush...Hush, Sweet Charlotte, What Ever Happened to Aunt Alice, Psycho, The Birds, Rear Window, Carrie, The Man Who Came to Dinner, Possessed (1947), Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf, Now, Voyager, The Old Maid, All About Eve, Another Man's Poison, Double Indemnity, Rebecca, Of Human Bondage, Queen Bee, Dead Ringer, Strait-Jacket, Jezebel, The Great Lie, Funny Girl, Hello Dolly, The Women (1939), The Wizard of Oz, anything with Shirley Temple, Gone With the Wind, Flamingo Road, Johnny Guitar, Sunset Boulevard, What's the Matter with Helen...more.
Who are your favorite stars?
BETTE DAVIS IS THE QUEEN, Joan Crawford, Shirley Temple, Clark Gable, Rosalind Russell, Barbara Stanwyk, Elizabeth Taylor, others.
Who are your favorite directors?
Robert Aldrich, Alfred Hitchcock and William Wyler.
About Me: Tell us about yourself/or your love for classic movies
28, male, in Indiana. I love classic movies! It all began when I saw "What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?" when I was 12. I became obsessed with Bette Davis shortly after seeing that film, and spent all of my spare time in libraries reading about her and also Joan Crawford...along with reading about the old Hollywood. I am still obsessed with Bette and Joan to this day, and I watch "What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?" about 3 or 4 times each week. It NEVER gets old.
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