My top fifteen movies:
2. The Apartment
4. My Fair Lady
6. North by Northwest
7. Roman Holiday
8. His Girl Friday
9. It Happened One Night
10. Some Like It Hot
11. The Princess Bride
12. Cinema Paradiso
13. The Sound of Music
14. Sleeping Beauty
Who are your favorite stars?
Cary Grant, Audrey Hepburn and Ingrid Bergman
Who are your favorite directors?
Hitchcock, Wilder, Wyler, David Lean, Cukor, Capra
About Me: Tell us about yourself/or your love for classic movies
I'm ladylavende on imdb, if you're on that site. Who isn't on that site? That's where most of my bio is, but here's a little about me: I love movies, and have ever since I saw The Apartment when I was 14 (hence the username). I'm a grad student in Linguistics (which does not mean, contrary to popular opinion, that I speak 10 languages). And, I love movies (did I mention that one already?) I watch far more movies than is healthy for someone my age, but I don't care! None of my friends are into old movies, so I have to find friends who share this obsessive interest on the Internet.
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Welcome Miss Kebelik! We're glad to have you join the Golden Age of Hollywood social network and hope you will make many friends. If you have some time I would appreciate it of you could upload a pic for your avatar. Either one of your favorite stars or a pic of yourself or anything you want. It helps to identify people. Otherwise you become just another one of the faceless masses we already have that havn't posted a picture.
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