To Kill a Mocking bird, The Women, Mr. Smith Goes to Washington, Yankee Doodle, The Philadelphia Story, Gilda, The Quiet Man, and a lot more
Who are your favorite stars?
Gregory Peck, James Stewart, Grace Kelly, Myrna Loy, Cary Grant, Katherine Hepburn, James Cagney, and lots more
Who are your favorite directors?
Alfred Hitchcock and George Cukor to name a couple
About Me: Tell us about yourself/or your love for classic movies
I'm a college student majoring in business. I love history and this love has helped me appreciate music and movies of previous decades. It's also led me to an internship where I catalogue birth and death information of some of the families in the county where I live; most of this information is from the 18th and 19th centuries. Another love of mine is music, all kinds from classic country to rock and soul nothing's really off limits. I have snow skied since I was 5 years old and participated in other extracurriculars such as singing in various choirs, ,piano lessons, gymnastics, and martial arts, all while being totally blind since birth. Lastly, if you would like to ask about any of this, you may, and by all means, do.
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I'm curious: do you have a program that reads out loud for you what's on your computer screen, or do you have someone read it to you? You sound like an amazing woman!
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