A Foreign Affair
The More The Merrier
The talk of the town
Bringing Up Baby
The Lady from Shanghai
It happened one night
The blue angel
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About Me: Tell us about yourself/or your love for classic movies
Italian, studying literature. I'm fond of classic movies since I was 12 and I saw "Shanghai Surprise" starring Madonna and Sean Penn, set in the 30s. My biggest idol is Jean Arthur, whose movies i use to collect.
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