Weekend in Havana, The Cisco Kid and the Lady, The Black Swan, Mildred Pierce, Springtime in the Rockies, Captain from Castile, Dance Hall, Yankee Doodle Dandy, Witness for the Prosecution, My Lucky Star, Show Them No Mercy, The Devil I a Woman, The Eddie Duchin Story, Gone With the Wind
Who are your favorite stars?
Cesar Romero, Tyrone Power, James Cagney, Joan Crawford, Ann Sheridan, Lucille Ball, Alice Faye, Maureen O'Hara
Who are your favorite directors?
John Ford, Walter Lang, Darryl Zanuck
About Me: Tell us about yourself/or your love for classic movies
I haven't seen a movie I really liked for the last 20 years......They just don't make good movies like they did years ago...the ones I watched as a child....and they don't make actors and actresses like they used to....they were all beautiful, handsome, classy, talented, patriotic and unique.....many of them were also underated, like Cesar Romero and Tyrone Power....just to name a few....For the past couple of years, I have devoted my time and efforts to highlighting Cesar Romero on my YouTube channel named "Cesar's Den"
It looks like you have everything I have over at my page....same amount of pics. Okay...I need to ask you.....how did you get your foreground to be transparent?? You can see Cesar underneath all your comments and everything.....my background is black where the writing is....so how did you get your's transparent...huh?? huh??
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