Casablanca, Anna Karenina (Vivien Leigh), All About Eve, Mrs. Skeffington, Grand Hotel, Daisy Kenyon, Miracle on 34th Street, Titanic, King Kong (Faye Wray), The Mirror Has Two Faces, The Pince and The Showgirl, Bus Stop, Some Like it Hot, With Six you Get Eggroll, The Long Long Trailor, Mister Roberts, The Bridge Over the River Quai, Pebbles in The Sand, Streetcar Named Desire (Vivien Leigh), Mame, gidget.
Who are your favorite stars?
Bette Davis, Joan Crawford, Jimmy Stewart, Steve McQueen, Marilyn Monroe, Vivien Leigh, Lucille Ball, Doris Day, Bob Hope (I enjoy ALL of his movies just didn't have room to list them). Dean Marting, Sammy Davis, Jr., Marlon Brando, FAye Wray,
Who are your favorite directors?
James Cukor, Tom Hanks, Steven Spielburg, Martin Scorsese, Dennis Hopper, Francis Ford Coppola, Orson Wells, Alfred Hitchcock,
About Me: Tell us about yourself/or your love for classic movies
I have love the classics before they were classics! There is no comparing today's movies with those of the 20's, 30's, 40's and 50's. The sound, lighting, make-up, clothes, dialect, story, dialogue! It just is a beautiful thing.
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