"You Can't Take It With You" and "And Now Tomorrow"
Who are your favorite stars?
Barbara Stanwyck, Jimmy Stewart, Gary Cooper, Barbara Hale, Ginger Rogers
Who are your favorite directors?
About Me: Tell us about yourself/or your love for classic movies
Sometimes I think I was born in the wrong era. I love movies from the 30's, 40's and 50's as well as anything else from those eras. It breaks my heart that we have lost so many of those great movie stars of the Golden Age of Hollywood.
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Hi, Grace! Welcome to GAOH and the Frank Capra group! The beloved founder of the group, Paco Malo, unfortunately is no longer with us, or I'm sure he would be welcoming you himself. I knew him well, and I am an avid Capra fan also. Please feel free to post comments within that group or anywhere else on the site. We're very friendly!
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