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What are your favorite movies?
The Girl Can't Help It, Too Hot to Handle, Some Like It Hot and The Misfits.
Who are your favorite stars?
Diana Dors, Jayne Mansfield, Marilyn Monroe, Carole Lombard, Gloria Swanson, Elizabeth Taylor, Joan Crawford, Bette Davis and Rosiland Russell.

Cary Grant, Rudolph Valentino, Clark Gable, Charlie Chaplin, Buster Keaton, Harold Lloyd and William Holden.
Who are your favorite directors?
Max Ophuls, Hitchcock.
About Me: Tell us about yourself/or your love for classic movies
I have always been a fan of classic movies, both American and British films.
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At 2:44pm on September 28, 2010, Fab35 said…
Thanks for your message JayneMonroe's !
At 3:33am on September 13, 2010, kareng said…

Hi, and thanks for the friend request. Cheers from KarenG.
At 5:13pm on September 7, 2010, diane said…
Pleased to hear from you again. Weirdly enough, a
free to air TV station in Australia often shows old
British films.I am pretty sure "An Alligator Named
Daisy" was on a couple of weeks ago. Thank you
again for your kind offer.
At 12:58am on August 1, 2010, diane said…
Hi JayneMonroe, Yes I have seen a few of her earlier films -
"Good Time Girl" - she played the young girl who was told
the story of Jean Kent as a warning!! "A Boy, A Girl and a
Bike" has been on TV in the wee small hours, I've got a
feeling that Diana played a minor role of a local bad girl - it
was a film about cycling clubs. "Penny and the Pownall Case"
again is on TV late at night - I can't remember her in it but it

was a spy spoof. The last time I saw DD was a few months ago
on a particularly gruesome Alfred Hitchcock Presents called
"The Socereors Apprentice" - set in a seedy carnival.
At 5:59pm on July 31, 2010, diane said…
Hello JayneMonroe,
I didn't wish to offend you with my comment about Diana
Dors. I thought she was very beautiful when she was young
and a very positive thing about her, I think, was her very
"down to earth" ness - she didn't seem to have any snobbery
about her - some of her comments that I have read I have
really laughed at.
At 4:41pm on April 19, 2010, Irina Garbo said…
Hi Annie!
Great to see you here! I hope you recognize me ;)

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