Marnie, Vertigo, Rebecca, North By Northwest and most other Hitchcock films. What Ever Happen To Baby Jane, Jezebel, Alexander's Ragtime Band, Grand Hotel, Thin Man Series, East of Eden, Roman Holiday, Gone With The Wind, An American In Paris, Broken Blossoms. Metropolis, Pal Joey...
Who are your favorite stars?
Bette Davis, Greta Garbo, Cary Grant, Lillian Gish, Harold Lloyd, Jimmy Stewart, Carole Lombard...
About Me: Tell us about yourself/or your love for classic movies
I have an extensive collection of autographs from actresses starting with 1910s up through today. Own a beautiful Victrola from 1915 that I love to play frequently. Also, I also collect movie posters and I have passion for silent movies as well. Further I used to live in Europe earlier in my life and liked the lifestyle a lot. Finally, I always thought I would grow up to be a fashion designer and like to read about and collect historical fashions.
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