Gone With the Wind
That Hamilton Woman
All This and Heaven Too
Fire Over England
Hush Hush Sweet Charlotte
Light on the Piazza
A Streetcar Named Desire
A Christmas Carol
Its A Wonderful Life
A Star is Born
Christmas in Conneticut+
The Shanghai Gesture
Who are your favorite stars?
Vivien Leigh, Olivia De Havilland, Barbara Oneil, Ona Munson, Barbara Stanwyck, Bette Davis, Ann Rutherford, Joan Crawford, Carole Lombard
Clark Gable, Leslie Howard, Errol Flynn, Ralph Richardson. Marlon Brando
Who are your favorite directors?
About Me: Tell us about yourself/or your love for classic movies
My name is J. D., I am sixteen years old and live in west TN, At first I was only interested in Historical Architecture and one day I found a picutre of Tara, from GWTW online and I had to read the book. Once I finished the book in the 7th grade, I watched the movie and fell in love, I began collecting little at a time and became more and more obsessed with it, then I began buying various books on the making of GWTW and other related subjects including a GREAT biography on VIvien Leigh by Anne Edwards. I began watching all of her other movies and thats how I became interested in the Golden Age
Your knowledge on Gone With The Wind/Olivia De Havilland is simply wonderful. Olivia is one of my all time favorites, i got an autographed photo from her last year she is so good to her fans. And light in the piazza is one of my favorites as well, she had great chemistry with Rossano Brazzi was simply amazing. As was her sister Joan's when she and Rossano did A Certain Smile in '58 at Fox. And of course Hush Hush Sweet Charlotte, I mean when Olivia slaps Bette "NOW WILL YOU SHUT YOUR FACE!!!!" you can't beat that. One of the few times i can think of, when instead of Bette dishing it out as usual she got it dished back at her. And how lucky that you met Ann Rutherford, your photo with her is simply precious. Have always loved her, she had this wonderful sweet/maternal presence to her that i am sure she emulates in person as well.
LOL sorry for my going on and on, once i start i don't stop.
Happy Belated Birthday J.D.! Last friday I went to a big comic convention in Chicago. I met several wrestlers there,Rowdy Roddy Piper, "Million Dollar Man" Ted Dibiase and Jerry "The King" Lawler! I mention this because Jerry Lawler, who lives in Memphis, Tennesee has an entire room of his house dedicated to GONE WITH THE WIND. I have seen pictures and Lawler himself is an artist and he has done paintings of scenes from the film. It's pretty cool!
Call them and talk to them right now at the Museum
If you can you may be able to get tickets held
They haven't gotten the tickets back from the printers yet so they may hold off on the payment but you will still have them reserved...you know what I mean
If it's what I'm thinking I don't think it is
I think I paid 10 for mine years ago - it is brown?
I think I packed it away - agravates me because I would love to have it for Marietta in November and I think I missed Fred when I had it autographed before.
Definitely want to bring a book for November - I'm trying to find out if Mary Anderson has ever attended an event....I don't think she has
Oh I wish you had, My scrapbooks need to be completed for some events and I stopped a while back due to time, etc. I still have my stuff just haven't put it into the books, but I brought all that - it would have been a great time today to do that because it was such a relaxing day - there aren't any Windies here that I know of - tomorrow Scarlett Sloane will get in from Texas - I think you met her here before.
I mentioned you to her and she remembered talking with you.
Anyway, my cell number is 606-230-0972- give me a call whne you get in and if there is down time we'll try to get with you all.
We may not have much because I will be living in the morning Saturday for Atlanta -
FYI- Patrick and Mickey will be doing a morning radio interview (I don't know that Radio Station though) at 9:00 am Friday
Then they will be two of the Judges at the Paula Deen cook off and then the Ball
So we may have some time between the cook off and the ball....
See you when you get here.
yes I know the lady who has written that book - Kathy Witt
I think she said it was geared toward middle school or along those lines but it should be great!
She is suppose to be at the Marietta event in November
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