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What are your favorite movies?
Star at Midnight, In Person, Swing Time, Carefree, Vivacious Lady, Stage Door, Bachelor Mother, Fifth Avenue Girl, Primrose Path, Lucky Partners, Roxie Hart, The Major and the Minor, Tender Comrade, I'll Be Seeing You, Magnificient Doll, Storm Warning, Tight Spot, Teenage Rebel, Gone with the Wind, Hold Back the Dawn, The Heiress, The Snake Pit, To Each His Own, Dark Mirror, Not as a Stranger, Lady in the Cage, All About Eve, The Nanny, Mr. Skeffington, Dead Ringer, The Little Foxes, Dark Victory, Now Voyager, The Two Mrs. Carrolls, The Lady Eve, Titanic, Lady of Burlesque, Sorry, Wrong Number, Separate Tables, The Innocents, The Chalk Garden, The Picture of Dorian Gray, and The Manchurian Candidate, Funny Girl, Yentle, The Sprial Staircase, The Thin Man movies, and Alfred Hichcock's thrillers just to name a few.
Who are your favorite stars?
Ginger Rogers, Bette Davis, Olivia de Havilland, Barbara Stanwyck, Deborah Kerr, Angela Landsbury, Joan Crawford, Barbra Streisand, Doris Day, Cary Grant, William Powell, James Stewart, Clark Gable, Henry Fonda, Ethel Barrymore, Joseph Cotten
About Me: Tell us about yourself/or your love for classic movies
I love the old BW movies from the 30s, 40s, and some 50s movies the most.
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Ginger Rogers

Ginger’s Centennial

Ginger's 100th birthday will be here soon, July 16th.  I am in the process of writing my tribute to
her.  I have finished the first 13 chapters.  I have posted them at viviantalksgingerrogers.blogspot.com/.  I have included photos from my own collection of memorabilia.  Hope you will enjoy
reading my thoughts about Ginger.

 

I am hopeful that TCM will give Ginger her day in the sun on
the anniversary of her 100th birthday.  Ginger is number one because there was not
anything she could not do well with what seemed like effortless perfection.  The films I would like to see TCM show are: I’ll
Be Seeing You, Magnificent Doll, Kitty Foyle, Lucky Partners, Fifth Avenue
Girl, In Person, Star at Midnight, Roxie Hart, Lady in the Dark, Primrose Path,
Major and the Minor, Perfect Strangers, Tight Spot, Once Upon a Honeymoon,
Teenage Rebel, It Had to be You, Vivacious Lady, Monkey Business, Carefree, and
Swing Time.  The problem with listing my
favorite Ginger films another film always comes to mind after I have made my
decision.  I own 72 of Ginger’s 73
films.  I am only missing Hat Check Girl.  I would love to complete my collection of her
feature films.

Happy Birthday Ginger!!!!  Thank you for giving me the opportunity to
partake in your life through your films as we journey together as one.  I continue to enjoy listening to your radio
appearances and watching you perform on the few television programs I have
seen.

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Ginger Rogers' Birthday Celebration July 16th on TCM

Posted on July 1, 2014 at 6:10pm 1 Comment

       Well, at least TCM is showing a few of Ginger's films on her birthday even if they are in the early hours of the morning.   Maybe one day TCM will actually do a full day tribute in the honor of Ginger's birthday.   

The first film starts at 6 AM Eastern Time:  The Tip-Off with Eddie Quillan and Robert Armstrong. …

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Ginger’s Centennial

Posted on April 23, 2011 at 5:34pm 0 Comments

Ginger's 100th birthday will be here soon, July 16th.  I am in the process of writing my tribute to

her.  I have finished the first 13 chapters.  I have posted them at viviantalksgingerrogers.blogspot.com/.  I have included photos from my own collection of memorabilia.  Hope you will enjoy

reading my thoughts about Ginger.

 

I am hopeful that TCM will give Ginger her day in the sun on

the anniversary of her 100th birthday.  Ginger is number one because…

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At 4:51pm on July 10, 2013, Vivian said…
At 10:58pm on November 3, 2009, Lauren All said…
Do you have a YouTube? If not this would just be a really weird coincidence...
At 11:23pm on March 7, 2009, Ktrek said…
Welcome Vivian! We're glad to have you!

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