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What are your favorite movies?
"Autant en emporte le vent" - "Jody et le faon" - "Glory" - "Les quatres filles du Dr Marsh" - "Creed" - "Les chevaliers de la table ronde" - "Saturday night fever" - "Grease" - "Tu seras un homme mon fils" - "Le rock du bagne"
Who are your favorite stars?
Clark Gable - John Wayne - Tyrone Power - James Stewart - Elizabeth Taylor - Robert Taylor - Charlton Heston - Doris Day - Rock Hudson - Esther Williams - Steve Reeves - Marlon Brando - Ginger Rogers - Fred Astaire - Gene Kelly - Mickey Rooney - Al Pacino
Who are your favorite directors?
Cecil B. De Mille - John Ford - Frank Capra - Clint Easwood - Steven Spielberg - Rouben Mamoulian - Tay Garnett - Andrew V. McLaglen - Don Siegel
About Me: Tell us about yourself/or your love for classic movies
J'aime les films d'aventures, les westerns, les comédies musicales, tous les films qui me font rêver...
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