Too many to list here: Miracle on 34th Street, It's a Wonderful Life, Scrooge (1951), The Big Sleep, Murder My Sweet, The Best Years Of Our Lives, The Philadelphia Story, The Thin Man, Top Hat - I can't type any more.
Who are your favorite stars?
Katharine Hepburn, Cary Grant, Myrna Loy, Wm. Powell, Humphrey Bogart, Ingrid Bergman, Fred Astaire & Ginger Rogers, Dick Powell & Ruby Keeler, Guy Kibee, Jimmy Stewart, Jean Arthur, Edward Arlnold, Ray Milland, Irene Dunne, Thomas Mitchell, Robert Montgomery, Carole Lombard, Greta Garbo
Who are your favorite directors?
Alfred Hitchcock, Howard Hawks, Edward Dmytrick, Henry Hathaway, George Stevens, John Huston, George Cukor
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