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What are your favorite movies?
Singing in the Rain, My Favoirte Wife, Auntie Mame, The Long Long Trailor , The Big Street, On Golden Pond, Nosferatu, (There Are SO MANY OTHERS)
Who are your favorite stars?
A. Hepburn, K. Hepburn, Cary Grant, Irene Dunn, Norma Shear, Rosland Russell,.... OHTERS
About Me: Tell us about yourself/or your love for classic movies
I currently addent university as a print journalist, and german language minor. I am the flim critic for the university newspaper.. I love to read and write about film classic hollywood.. i was here before but its been awhile since i have been here.. with a busy day this will be a great place to relax and talk with others you enjoy the same things that i do.
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At 2:55am on September 7, 2009, Vonnie Krotts said…
Hi Michael,
I have added 2 new Cary Grant OTR's from Suspense. Enjoy!
At 3:24pm on September 4, 2009, Vonnie Krotts said…
Hi Michael,
My day is going well. I am going to put up the play MY FAVORITE WIFE with Cary Grant and Irene Dunn on my page. I hope you enjoy it!
Tell me about how you will be using your journalism you think it in the intertainment business?
At 11:36pm on September 2, 2009, Vonnie Krotts said…
My favorite Cary Grant movies are Mr. Blandings Builds His Dream House and Father Goose. It really is hard to choose as which are my favorites.
I do have several OTR shows with Cary Grant...I will put those up for you.
At 10:03pm on September 2, 2009, Vonnie Krotts said…
I am not sure...but sounds like him.
I will add some more fun OTR shows...I have thousands.
Also downloaded a couple of videos that I made.
At 9:49pm on September 2, 2009, Vonnie Krotts said…
Michael..I just downloaded OTR Mr and Mrs Smith on VONNIE KROTTS PAGE in MY MUSIC. Thought you might enjoy it.
At 9:36pm on September 2, 2009, Vonnie Krotts said…
I love all the silver screen movies. There were so many great actors and actresses. I have a vast collection of old movies. I also Love Old time radio...especially Lux and Screen Guild theater because they did all the oldies with many of the original actors.
At 10:22pm on September 24, 2008, LadyMadeleine said…
Yes, I understand Notorious is coming out soon... I was lucky enough to get a copy when it was released previously. I have no doubt you will love it... It's Hitchcock at his best, and is a favourite of a number of people I know (including myself!).

I envy you discovering it for the first time, but luckily it is also a film that holds up to numerous repeated watchings...
At 4:08pm on September 23, 2008, LadyMadeleine said…
Hi and welcome!

Great avatar! I see that you like The Long, Long Trailer... I like that film as well, though once you've seen it, you can't help thinking about those rocks whenever you go up a steep mountain road!

That sounds very cool being the film critic for your university paper...

At 3:39pm on September 22, 2008, Abdullah aka Chuck said…
Welcome to the GAOH! We hope you enjoy yourself, make friends and join in the discussions!

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