Who´s afraid of Virginia Woolf?, Cat on a hot tin roof, Suddely last summer, The Drivers seat, The Devil is woman, Touch of Evil, The cheat, Pandora´s Box, The last laugh, the man who laughs, Nosferatu, The Exorcist
Who are your favorite stars?
Elizabeth Taylor, Marlene Dietrich, Joan Crawford, Louise Brooks, Mae West, Bette Davis, Bebe Daniels, Theda Bara, Greta Garbo, Lon Chaney.
Who are your favorite directors?
Fritz Lang, W.F. Murnau, G.W Past, Josef Von Sternberg, Cecil B. de Mille
About Me: Tell us about yourself/or your love for classic movies
I have loved classic movies ever since I was 15 years old... I wish I was born in the 40s, so I oculd enjoy the "weedy" and revolutinary 60s, and still being weird for loving silent movies. Also because that was Elizabeth Taylor´s golden decade.
Hi, I hop4e that you enjoy this site...There a lot of good people here,and they have a lot of good and interesting things to say about the stars of yester year,when Hollywood was Hollywood...Welcome aboard... Take care
I thought I better stick to talking about Elizabeth Taylor at the group dedicated to her, so I'm answering your question about my favourite actresses here. Like I said I have so many, and they change all the time, depending on what I'm watching. I'm liking Nancy Carroll at the moment because I've recently seen her (for the first time) in Hot Saturday. I've seen a lot of Joan Crawford, Bette Davis and Kay Francis movies. Loretta Young and Madge Evans are personal favourites. Then I like contemporary actresses, like Marion Cotilliard and Cameron Diaz too. See what I mean..... so many, and changing all the time.
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