My Man Godfrey '33
Captain Horatio Hornblower '50
Razor's Edge '46
Executive Suite '53
The Fountainhead '48
The Bad and The Beautiful '52
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Edward G Robinson
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About Me: Tell us about yourself/or your love for classic movies
Retired Aerospace engineer who has an extensive movie library and is addicted to Rex Stout Nero Wolfe mysteries and Arrogant Bastard ale - lovely stuff. I have pubished a novel and am currently devising a screenplay out of it.
i've just seen THE BEST YEARS OF OUR LIVES today, and what a picture! i too have Fredric March as a favorite actor of mine, having seen him in WE LIVE AGAIN and THE MAN IN THE GRAY FLANNEL SUIT. i've been trying to find THE ADVENTURES OF MARK TWAIN, whereas March truly resembles him greatly. and i too am a great fan of Adventure films! :-)
Out of the Past is my favorite movie; Robert Mitchum my favorite actor. After reading so many books about him I find him a very complex man. Not always the nicest guy but a lot of his bravado was to hide his real feelings I believe. He didn't think a "real" man should be an actor; always called himself an actress. His interview with Dick Cavett reveals a little of his real self. Gloria
Gary, I just joined the group. Read your statements about Macao. I wanted to jump into the screen and grab Robert Mitchum! He is my all time favorite. what an intersting and comlex man. I've read everything I can get my hands on about him. Love your photos. Gloria
Embarrassed to say but I just watched Frank Borzage’s Man’s Castle for the first time this week. Wow, what a movie! Spencer Tracy and Loretta Young are both excellent but the way the movie plows headlong into the plight of desperate people during the despression is remarkable. There are some obvious hard cuts in the movie […]
Every now and then I stop back in to look at some of the updated comments and I’m surprised, and gladdened, to see that there still are comments! Now, I no longer get paid to post here so this is just a “Hi, how are you?” to everyone who still comments here (so don’t freak […]
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