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What are your favorite movies?
The Phantom of the Opera (1925); The Lord of the Rings Trilogy; Sons of the Desert; Duck Soup; The Ghost and Mr. Chicken; M (1931); Henry V ('89;) The Grapes of Wrath; Schindler's List; Streetcar Named Desire; Dracula ('31); The Black Cat ('34); Rear Window; The Haunting ('63); Creature From the Black Lagoon; It Came From Outer Space; From Here to Eternity; Lawrence of Arabia; Fort Apache; The Good the Bad & The Ugly; Hell's Hinges; Tombs of the Blind Dead; Black Sabbath; Targets ('68); No Man's Land ('01); The Spirit of the Beehive; Alexander Nevsky; Why Worry?; The Bride of Frankenstein; Ed Wood. (want me to go on?)
Who are your favorite stars?
Lon Chaney, James Cagney; Laurel & Hardy; Harold Lloyd, Buster Keaton, John Barrymore, Lionel Barrymore, Charles Chaplin; Sam Jaffe; Boris Karloff; Bela Lugosi; Christopher Lee; Oliver Reed; Malcolm McDowall; Roddy McDowall; Humphrey Bogart; Katherine Hepburn; Spencer Tracy; Ian McKellen; Cate Blanchett; Clint Eastwood; John Wayne; William S. Hart; Robert Mitchum; Raul Julia; Gary Oldman etc.
Who are your favorite directors?
Charles Chaplin; James Whale; Tod Browning; Alfred Hitchcock; John Huston; Mario Bava; John Ford; Peter Jackson; Elia Kazan; Martin Scorcese; Cohen Bros.; Fritz Lang; Sergei Eisenstein; Robert Wise; Jacques Tourneur; Erich von Stroheim; David Lean; Richard Attenborough.
About Me: Tell us about yourself/or your love for classic movies
Firstly, I'm CHRISTOPHER'S cousin, and I owe most of what I love about movies to him. I earned a degree in History in 1982, so naturally I've spent the last 24 years working in a factory that makes elevator components. I've been married since 1993 and have two children, the older of whom I already have well on the way to being a movie aficionado like myself. If it's about movies and film, it interests me!
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Happy 100th Birthday, Rebecca "Carla" Laemmle!

Posted on October 20, 2009 at 7:00pm 9 Comments

She's the last surviving cast member from the original PHANTOM OF THE OPERA (1925,) and probably the last from the original DRACULA (1931,) in which, in spite of her miniscule role, she gained genre immortality by uttering the first line of dialogue in a sound horror film ("Among the rugged peaks that frown down upon the Borgo Pass are found crumbling castles of a bygone age...") Ms. Laemmle was born in 1909… Continue

Happy Triple Birthday, to the "Boys!"

Posted on May 27, 2009 at 10:14pm 3 Comments

Today is Christopher Lee's birthday...he's an astonishing 87, and shows no sign at all of slowing down! It's also Vincent Price's birthday...he would have been 98. And yesterday was Peter Cushing's birthday...he would have been 96. Where would we fans have been without these guys? It would seem like a celebratory showing of SCREAM AND SCREAM AGAIN is in order, or… Continue

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At 10:59pm on December 22, 2009, MothGirl Wings said…


Peaceful and happy holidays to you!
At 5:51pm on November 27, 2009, AnaLaura said…
Hi Tim.....hope you have a splendid and delightful day!

At 6:06am on October 31, 2009, Ufonka said…
Really happy Halloween!! :)

At 12:07pm on August 15, 2009, jeepers creepers said…
At 10:01pm on August 10, 2009, Christopher said…
aha!..I hear you have music now....(edward van sloan voice)nosferATU music!
At 8:21pm on June 6, 2009, Christopher said…
my prevue 8 box was blue also..THe caption for that box picture said from 1972,a year before I got mine...I think maybe it was Sugar Daddies instead that Granny got from that catalog in '73..can't keep those 2 straight!..but hey..theres Teddy at the Throttle!
At 4:00pm on June 6, 2009, Christopher said…
in fact..I had Granny order me that "From Soup To Nuts"out of that one for Christmas that year..my last silent before geting a Sound projector that Christmas..
At 3:57pm on June 6, 2009, Christopher said…

a discussion on the Greenbriar Picture Show blog about Blackhawk Films got me to looking on the Web for Sites about the old place with catalog pics..came up with a few ...The blue catalog cover dated 1973 is one I remember having..
At 9:14am on April 25, 2009, jeepers creepers said…

have a great weekend!!
At 2:21pm on April 22, 2009, Christopher said…
Its probably a good Idea to transfer new files and things you want to keep, to Disc soon after you download them..So if all hell breaks loose and you have to do a complete recovery or replace the harddrive,which are simple things,you will have your "keepsakes" safely tucked away to load back on again..I personally don't really have anything on my computer (save for some pictures,that are on disc)that I care about loosing,that I can't easily find again to download..
 
 
 

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