Trader Horn, Leave Her to Heaven, Red Dust, Breakfast at Tiffany's, Charade, Walkabout, Gone With the Wind, Drums Along the Mohawk, The Searchers, Sundays and Cybele, Blow-Up,
Vertigo, The 39 Steps, Gaslight, Amarcord, Meet Me in St. Louis, Cover Girl, Anchors Aweigh
Who are your favorite stars?
Jean Harlow, Gary Cooper, Audrey Hepburn, Ingrid Bergman, Fred Astaire, Claudette Colbert, Julie Christie, Glenda Jackson,
Helen Mirren, Cary Grant, Gene Tierney, Cate Blanchett
Who are your favorite directors?
John M. Stahl, Alfred Hitchcock, Victor Fleming, Philippe De Broca, George Cukor, Federico Fellini, W. S. Van Dyke
About Me: Tell us about yourself/or your love for classic movies
Since childhood, movies have been my best "friend". I have spent countless hours in a darkened theatre going on adventures, dancing, singing, laughing....what glorious creations!
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