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What are your favorite movies?
Sitting Pretty, Boeing Boeing, Seven Brides for seven brothers, Father of the Bride and Daddys little Dividend, My Fair Lady there are too many to type right now butI will add more later
Who are your favorite stars?
Elizabeth Taylor, Howard Keel, Jane Powell, Spencer Tracy, The usual Clark Gabel, Errol Flynn, Audrey Hepburn, Katherine Hepburn, ect. There are so many lol. I just love to watch great actors bring to life great memorable characers.
Who are your favorite directors?
I am not really partial to any director.
About Me: Tell us about yourself/or your love for classic movies
I am 22 I have one daughter. I went on a Old Hollywood kick wile I was pregnant and fell in love with young Elizabeth Tayor. Our baby names was a toss up between Vivian Leigh and Elizabeth and we went with Elizabeth.
Relationship Status:
Single
Website: Do you have one? Please share!
http://myspace.com/shereejett

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At 5:00pm on September 25, 2008, Ktrek said…
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