OLD "B" MOVIES WHICH WERE OFTEN BETTER THAN SOME OF THE "A" FEATURES
Who are your favorite stars?
BURT LANCASTER, ROBERT DONAT, PAT O'BRIEN, ERROL FLYNN, HEDY LAMARR,
Who are your favorite directors?
WILLIAM WYLER, MICHAEL CURTIZ , JOHN STALL,AND SO MANY OTHERS ABOUT ONE IN THREE OF THE MAJOR DIRECTORS, I SHOULD MENTION JOHN FORD.
About Me: Tell us about yourself/or your love for classic movies
MY LOVE OF CLASSIC MOVIES IS BOUND UP BY THE FACT THAT AT THE AGE OF SEVEN MY FAMILY AND I ARRIVED IN THIS COUNTRY AND REALLY HAD NO FACILITY WITH THE ENGLISH. I STARTED TO WATCH THE "OLD" MOVIES-MOSTLY BLACK AND WHITE, AND REALISED THAT THE CHARACTERS SPOKE WELL AND ENUNCIATED THEIR WORDS. TODAY IT IS DIFFERENT.
LATER I REALIZED THE QUALITY OF THE STORIES AND THE PERFORMANCES OF THE ACTORS AND ACTRESSES.
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