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Started this discussion. Last reply by Al Pearce Aug 16, 2012. 48 Replies


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What are your favorite movies?
Gone With The Wind, It Happened One Night, The Sound Of Music, Star Wars, Casino Royale, Rebel Without A Cause, Wuthering Heights and Australia.I
Who are your favorite stars?
Clark Gable, James Dean, Daniel Craig, David Wenham, Vivien Leigh, Laurence Olivier
Who are your favorite directors?
David Lean, Baz Luhrmann, George Lucus, Steven Spielberg, Victor Fleming, Frank Capra
About Me: Tell us about yourself/or your love for classic movies
I like movies especially from the 30's and grand sweeping epics like Gone With The Wind and most recently Australia, that was absolutely brilliant.
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At 11:05am on May 20, 2009, Catherine said…
Many silent films available for viewing are truly a work of (a lost) art. D.W. Griffith was the first director of silent "grand sweeping epics" - many subesquent directors took their inspiration from him. You can see some good clips from "The Giant's" page on this site. I also have many silent clips, too - to whet your appetite!!!
At 11:14pm on April 4, 2009, Ktrek said…
Welcome Shiner to The Golden Age of Hollywood. Since you are a Gable fan I might suggest you check out the subgroup devoted to him. You can find it by going to Groups and doing a search.


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