All About Eve, Rear Window, The Wizard of Oz, Sunset Boulevard, Some Like It Hot, North By Northwest, Psycho, The Philadelphia Story, Bringing Up Baby, Meet Me In St Louis, Double Indemnity, Gilda, The Thin Man, The Pink Panther, The Apartment, Miracle of Morgans Creek, It Happened One Night, Pillow Talk, Easter Parade, Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, Auntie Mame, The Women, Love Me Or Leave Me, Strangers On A Train, Old Acquaintance, Mildred Pierce, Vertigo, Whatever Happened To baby Jane?...too many more to name!
Who are your favorite stars?
Bette Davis, Judy garland, Doris Day, Cary Grant, Katherine Hepburn, James Stewart, James Cagney, Rita Hayworth, Spencer Tracey, Joan Crawford, Marilyn Monroe, Lucille Ball, Grace Kelly, Rock Hudson, Elizabeth Taylor, Jean Harlow, Ginger Rogers, Mae West
Who are your favorite directors?
Alfred Hitchcock, Billy Wilder, Frank Capra, George Cukor, Howard Hawkes, Blake Edwards, Preston Sturges, Stanley Kramer
About Me: Tell us about yourself/or your love for classic movies
I am an avid movie watcher and collector, especially films of the golden age.
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