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What are your favorite movies?
Casablanca, Brief Encounter, The Postman Always Rings Twice, Love Me Tonight, The Thin Man, Laura, Three on a Match, Bringing up Baby, Orchestra Wives, etc. etc.
Who are your favorite stars?
Dorothy Lamour, Betty Grable, Rita Hayworth, Ingrid Bergman, Carole Lombard, James Stewart, Robert Taylor, Myrna Loy, Bill Powell, Joan Blondell etc. etc.
Who are your favorite directors?
Billy Wilder, David Lean, Alfred Hitchcock.
About Me: Tell us about yourself/or your love for classic movies
I'm 20 years old, interested in literature and the arts of all kinds. I love reading, watching films and going for long walks with my trusty ipod. Those are probably my favourite things to do. I would adore to be a costume designed for film and television some day - I'm a bit of a period costume geek! I'm also a devout Christian and sing at church every week which takes up a lot of my time and my focus! But I don't mind so much, I love to sing. I love to sing the blues as well as worship music.
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At 12:09am on July 8, 2012, Al Pearce said…
Greetings, Faith! My, they couldn't have picked a finer name for you: one that brings to mind hope and perseverance in God. i think C. Aubrey Smith was one of the finest character actors ever, and amusing in every appearance he was in, right down to Cecil B. Demille's THE CRUSADES in an unusual role as a Religious Hermit/Martyr of christendom. And Faith, i have always admired England and it's people. The stiff upper lip attitude and unending pride that's kept your Island kingdom strong and graceful through the ages. I admire them greatly despite the fact we Americans over here fought to gain independence from your nation's empire in a crucial time in history known as the 1770s. I always find myself muttering in a theatrical British accent sometimes, inspired by the likes of Olivier or Howard or even one of my perennial favorites, Ronald Colman. 'nuff said! :-)
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At 1:39pm on August 23, 2009, William said…
Nice photo of Doris Kenyon,as well as all your other pictures. I hope you enjoy this site,as it is one of the best. Once again welcome aboard.
At 7:32pm on August 10, 2009, Tina H. said…
Thanks for joining America's Sweetheart:Mary Pickford
At 12:02am on July 13, 2009, Tina H. said…
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