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What are your favorite movies?
Love the classics, like Jezebel, Mildred Pierce, Wizard of Oz, Singin' in the Rain, etc. Also enjoy 70s stuff like The Exorcist and Jaws!
Who are your favorite stars?
Favorite golden age stars: Joan Fontaine, Olivia de Havilland, Davis, Crawford, Susan Hayward, Teresa Wright, Dana Andrews, Joseph Cotton, Jimmy Stewart, Ray Milland, Lucille Ball. Modern day: Brad Pitt.
Who are your favorite directors?
Hitchcock, Chaplin, Wyler, Clarence Brown, Spielberg.
About Me: Tell us about yourself/or your love for classic movies
I was raised on classic Hollywood by a movie-obsessed mom. Every Thursday, she'd bring home a "movie magazine," like Photoplay or Modern Screen, so we were all well-acquainted with the likes of Liz and Dick!
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