The Golden Age of Hollywood

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Mary Hatch replied to caliana's discussion Which of these actors could have been leading man for Miss Bergman: James Stweart or Robert Taylor? in the group All about Ingrid
"I think I'm going to have to pick Jimmy, since he's one of my favorite actors. It's a shame they didn't make a movie."
Nov 29, 2010
Mary Hatch replied to Redrose139's discussion What is the film which scares you the most!
"The Wizard of Oz used to scare me. I used to hide behind the couch with my brother during the scenes with the witch, and then would come back out to see Dorothy. The Picture of Dorian Gray ( 1942 ) didn't scare me scare me, but Dorian was kind…"
Feb 12, 2010
Mary Hatch replied to M.T. Fisher's discussion What is your Favorite western of Stewart's? in the group Fans of Jimmy "Aw, Shucks" Stewart.
"I haven't seen all of them yet, but I saw Destry Rides Again last weekend ( Jimmy's first Western! ) and I loved it. I saw a little of Jimmy's Mr. Smith in Destry Jr., as he was a little naive at the beginning, but began to adopt a…"
Feb 2, 2010
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Come and discuss films of the great director, Alfred Hitchcock.
Jan 27, 2010
Mary Hatch replied to Shiner's discussion Young people and classic films
"I love classic movies because there was always an innocent quality to many of them. When they do refer to things like sex and violence, it was always subtly. That's one of the good things about the Production Code--it enabled directors to be…"
Jan 27, 2010
Mary Hatch replied to M.T. Fisher's discussion And Then There Were None
"I remember seeing that movie years ago and I loved it. Can't quite remember everything--I'll have to rewatch it."
Jan 27, 2010
Mary Hatch replied to Catherine's discussion IF YOU COULD BE RE-INCARNATED...
"I'd kill to be Gloria Stewart! But celebrity..I guess I'd be Donna Reed ( mainly because of the telephone scene in "It's a Wonderful Life"! ) or Olivia de Havilland ( who I just realized is still living ). The latter Jimmy…"
Jan 23, 2010
Mary Hatch commented on Paco Malo's group Frank Capra Fan's: Hello, London Calling?
"I think the skull on Potter's desk was a very nice touch on Capra's part. Every time I watch IAWL I see something new ( like the Coca-Cola sign at Mr. Gower's drugstore )."
Dec 29, 2009

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What are your favorite movies?
"It's A Wonderful Life"
"Mr. Smith Goes to Washington"
"You Can't Take It With You"
"Born to Dance"
"The Shop Around the Corner"
"Rear Window"
Who are your favorite stars?
James Stewart
Donna Reed
Clark Gable
Vivien Leigh
Who are your favorite directors?
Frank Capra
Alfred Hitchcock
About Me: Tell us about yourself/or your love for classic movies
I love Jimmy Stewart and his movies. He was a great actor and American. My favorite co-star of his is Donna Reed--they were so sweet together in "It's A Wonderful Life"--my favorite movie of all time.
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At 4:45pm on November 22, 2009, the good fairy said…
Hi Mary!
A very warm welcome from me too! Thank you for commenting on my Jimmy Stewart & Maggie Sullavan video! Glad you like it. :) They were such sweethearts, weren't they?^^ I hope you will have a great time here!
At 4:01pm on November 22, 2009, Ktrek said…
Hello Mary and welcome to The Golden Age of Hollywood. Your favorite film of all time looks even better than ever. It was just released on Blu-Ray and is stated to be the best the film has ever looked. Nice to see another young person join. I hope we can stimulate your interests in classic movies even more. It can be a life long love affair. Enjoy the site.



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