This Property is condemned, Roman holiday, Now Voyager, Splendour in the Grass, East of Eden, Penny Serenade, The Owl and the Pussycat, The Awful Truth, Libeled Lady, Bringing Up Baby, All About Eve, Stella Dallas, I'll Cry tomorrow, The Heiress, A Double Life, Duel in the Sun, Love is a many splendoured thing, The Legend of Lylah Clare, Meet me in St. Louis, The Fountainhead, The Odd Couple, The Thrill of it All, A Streetcar named Desire
Who are your favorite stars?
Natalie Wood, Irene Dunne, Bette Davis, Joan Crawford, Joan Fontaine, Greta Garbo, Jean Harlow, Gene Tierney,
Jennifer Jones, Marie Dressler, Lillian Gish, Nancy Carroll,
Gloria Grahame, Olivia DeHavilland, Edward G. Robinson, Clark Gable, Charles Laughton, Gregory Peck, Sydney Greenstreet, Montgomery Clift, Jack Lemmon
Who are your favorite directors?
Ernst Lubitsch, Billy Wilder, William Wyler, Rene Clair, Fred
Zinneman, Edmund Goulding, Elia Kazan, George Cukor,
King Vidor, James Whale, Martin Scorcese
About Me: Tell us about yourself/or your love for classic movies
I have a university degree in French and English, I'm working in market research, I speak five languages and I' m the proud owner of 150 books on the subject of the Old Hollywood at home.
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In Re: Val Lewton...uhhhh...oops... you are absolutely correct sir! Lewton's films are so stylized , I often think of him as being more than a producer. While he has been a writer, producer and various other positions, director is not one of them.
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