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What are your favorite movies?
White Christmas, Meet me in St. Louis, (all musicals/movies from the 20's- 30's- 40's- 50's).
Who are your favorite stars?
Lucille Ball - Judy Garland - Fred Astaire - Ginger Rogers - Bing Crosby, etc.
Who are your favorite directors?
Busby Berkeley, Vincente Minelli
About Me: Tell us about yourself/or your love for classic movies
As a young child i used to love watching old b/w movies on tv, like Fred and Ginger musicals. Also love all about Lucille Ball!! The first dvd i ever bought was White Christmas, and i've been collecting classic musicals/movies ever since!
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At 10:03am on January 21, 2013, Dave Miller said…

Welcome to the Golden Age of Hollywood, Gerda. I hope you will enjoy your visits here.

Dave

 
 
 

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