Best Years of Our LIves
Woman of the Year
Matter of Life and Death (Stairway to Heaven)
A Night to Remember
Twelve O'Clock High
Dozens of others
Who are your favorite stars?
Maureen O'hara, Katharine Hepburn, Alice Faye, Paulette Goddard
Ruth Hussey, Myrna Loy, Ginger Rogers, Rita Hayworth, Barbara Stanwyck, Jeannette MacDonald
Dana Andrews, Tyrone Power, Spencer Tracy, Walter Pidgeon, Joseph Cotten, Gregory Peck, Fred Astaire, Fred MacMurray, Ray Milland, Nelson Eddy
Who are your favorite directors?
About Me: Tell us about yourself/or your love for classic movies
I started watching movies of my parents generation when I was 15, and have never stopped. Still have lots to see, but have seen lots. Pretty darned good at trivia about Hollywood between 1925-1960 or so. These movies have influenced my life in lots of very positive ways.
Have been in law enforcment for 34 years. Sadly, legally separated.
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Hello Neal.........here is the link to my Tyrone Power Youtube channel....so you don't have to hunt for it. I think you will like the video I have featured at the present time. I make all of my own videos.
Hello Neal, thank you for requesting my friendship
and for joining Pre-Code Cuties. Feel free to join
in the "conversations" and start discussions if you
I do like Alice Faye - I can remember when I was a
kid her films were on TV all the time but I don't know
when the last time was that I saw her in a movie.
My favourite Rita Hayworth movie has to be "Cover
Texas isn't a bad place to live but if I could I'd like in Colorado. I love the mountains. However, I've been stuck here for about 20 years now so I guess I'm not gonna leave any time soon.
As for the site I actually don't spend a lot of time on it anymore. It kind of runs itself. It could be a whole lot busier than it is but the majority of members never utilise the site or the features it has to offer. Anyway, feel free to jump into any discussions new or old.
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