Ok honestly there are too many to list but here is a start.....
Metropolis, Son of the Sheik, King Kong, The Eagle, Grand Hotel, Gone With the Wind (very first movie I ever saw and I was 5 YEARS OLD, I can recite this word for word and I've seen it over 300 times at least), Nosferatu, The Phantom of the Opera (silent), Blazing Saddles, The Mummy, Last of the Mohicans, Brotherhood of the Wolf, Amadeus, The Libertine, all the Dracula movies but Interview with the Vampire is way up there.
Who are your favorite stars?
Valentino, Clara Bow, Garbo, Johnny Depp, Edward Norton, Rachel Weis
Who are your favorite directors?
Clarence Brown,Mike Mann
About Me: Tell us about yourself/or your love for classic movies
I'm fabulous and I love the 20's and the 18th century
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