Gone With the Wind
To Kill a Mockingbird
Wyatt Earp (Kevin Costner)
For Love of the Game (Kevin Costner)
The Love Letter (Hallmark)
The Burbs (Tom Hanks)
It's a Wonderful Life
Who are your favorite stars?
Sir Laurence Olivier
Who are your favorite directors?
David O Selznick
About Me: Tell us about yourself/or your love for classic movies
I live in a small town in Eastern Kentucky and have my entire life...hoping to get out of here someday...but until then...
I started collecting Gone With the Wind items about 14 years and started attending GWTW related events in 2001.
I LOVE anything to do with the movie and it's characters.
I'm excited!!! I hope I get to go. It's looking more positive now that my parents have gotten over the shock, The only thing is that we will have to wait a week or two to get our tickets (unfortuantly we dont have a spare 1000$ sitting around) so I'm afraid that they might sale out.
I was wondering if she had? I didn't think so and that would make her autograph worth alot. Well if we go it will be three of us so I try to spread my stuff out so my mom has something to get autographed and my dad does that way it dosen't look like I've got a million things even though I do....I have My tin sign (NOT 70th Anniversary I noticed for the first time the other day, I like the one I have because it easy to see the signatures but It doesn't have anything to do with 70th Anniversary :( ) and my copy of On the Road to Tara and I always try to get them to sign a picture of me and them, the good news about Marietta is that I already have all of those signed by Ann, Cammie, Patrick and Mickey. So Greg and Mary are the only ones that I will have a alot of stuff for them to sign and If I dont get Greg to sign everything I'm sure that He will be at another event.....Do you have them sign your older stuff like programs and stuff? I am trying to find an old edition of the book to get them to sign but do you think it would be better to get them to sign an old edition or just a newer one? And now that I won that script last night I'll probably get them to sign that...I saved the picture from the ebay page so you could see if it is what you are talking about.
I was looking at all the authors that were going to be there and i didn't see Micheal Spragow...I might have just missed him...but If i go I will want all of their books and that will cost a small fortune its self...Do you have Robert Osborne's book about the history of the oscars. I looked at it in Books a Million yesterday and it costs 75 dollars itself, I'm rambling now so I will stop lol...I checked the website and nothing still.
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