VERTIGO, East of Eden, The Wizard of OZ, Mulholland DR., Citizen Kane, The Forbidden Zone, It's A Gift, Laurel & Hardy, Our Gang Comedies, Wheeler & Woolsey, His Girl Friday, MGM Musicals, Gold Diggers of 1933 The Palm Beach Story Diplomaniacs Singing In The Rain On The Town Metropolis Night Of The Hunter Close Encounters Of The Third Kind J.F.K. Strangers On A Train Black Narcisuss The Red Shoes The Wrong Man Marnie The Trouble With Harry FRENZY Bachelor Mother Bringing Up Baby It's A Wonderful Life KING KONG A Midsummer Nights Dream The Green Pastures
The Boyfriend Night Of The Hunter Rear Window Miracle of Morgan's Creek Plan 9 from Outer Space Troll 2 KILL BILL 1&2 Animal Crackers The Great Dictator Now Voyager It's In The Bag Man On The Flying Trapeze The Miracle Of Morgans Creek
The Player Stage Door Swing Time The Wrong Man MARNIE The Birds
Who are your favorite stars?
Johnny Depp, Cary Grant, Katherine Hepburn Bette Davis Stan Laurel Oliver Hardy Judy Garland Fred Astaire Gene Kelly Buster Keaton W.C. Fields The Marx Brothers Mae West Harold Lloyd The Nicholas Brothers Betty Hutton Ann Miller Marilyn Monroe Lucille Ball
Who are your favorite directors?
Alfred Hitchcock Howard Hawks Tim Burton David Lynch William Wyler William Wellman Jaques Tati Early John Waters James Whale Tod Browning George Cukor Robert Altman Ken Russell Fritz Lang MIchael Powell ED Wood Billy Wilder
About Me: Tell us about yourself/or your love for classic movies
Long time film fanatic, read every film book I could get my hands on as a child. Still obsessed and living in Seattle, I've been listening to The Golden Age of Hollywood Podcast for about a year now and love it. I have a large film collection. On DVD Blu-ray and some 16mm.
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