The Quiet Man, The Parent Trap, Miracle on 34th Street, Rio Grande, McLintock, any movie with Maureen O'Hara
Bringing up baby, Holiday, The Philadelphia Story, Mr Smiths goes to Washington, It's a Wonderful life, A Christmas Story. West Side Story, The Wizard of Oz, Mary Poppins, The Sound of music, The Searchers, Stage coach, The best years of our lives, The Pirates of the Caribbean (Only because of Johnny Depp) and Im sure there alot more movies
Who are your favorite stars?
MAUREEN O'Hara is my all time favorite, I was lucky enough to get her autograph!
I also like
those are the main ones
Who are your favorite directors?
I'm not that picky on them just as long it a good movie
About Me: Tell us about yourself/or your love for classic movies
I am 24 years old, I want to be a writer, I am currently going to school. Im from a small town called Struthers, Ohio and hoping to move soon!
Actually I have seen Jamaica Inn and Hunchback. I loved her in those, too, but with your photo, she seemed different, I guess the angle of it and the free-ness of her hairdo. Thanks for the heads-up on the magazine website. Great place! There are times I wish I had more time to explore all the websites, especially movies as they are "my thing". Which reminds me, where is your tribute to Maureen going to be? On this website? I'm interested, please let me know when it's available!
Didn't mean anything by that comment, I think I was just in a teasing mood because I thought that was your picture. I've never seen such a young picture of her. That is so cool! Where did you ever find it?
Wasn't she just great in the Parent Trap? What a beautiful (and definitely talented) lady. I absolutely loved The Quiet Man because of her performance. So did you get that autograph in person or in the mail? My mom met her once, I think. We have friends who are pilots and they knew her husband.
Embarrassed to say but I just watched Frank Borzage’s Man’s Castle for the first time this week. Wow, what a movie! Spencer Tracy and Loretta Young are both excellent but the way the movie plows headlong into the plight of desperate people during the despression is remarkable. There are some obvious hard cuts in the movie […]
Every now and then I stop back in to look at some of the updated comments and I’m surprised, and gladdened, to see that there still are comments! Now, I no longer get paid to post here so this is just a “Hi, how are you?” to everyone who still comments here (so don’t freak […]
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