Gentlemen Perfer Blondes, Let's Make Love, The Graduate, A Streetcar Named Desire, Gold Diggers of 1933, Shall We Dance, Actors & Models, Frankenstein, Freaks, Pillow Talk, The Red Shoes, Singing In The Rain, Breakfest At Tiffany's, Funny Face, Some Like It Hot, Rebel Without a Cause, West Side Story, Giant, The Wizard Of Oz, Mary Poppins, Young Frankenstien. Planet of the Apes. Wasp Women, Night of The Living Dead, Bonnie & Cylde, Funny Girl
Who are your favorite stars?
Buster Keaton, Carlie Chaplin Dean Martin, Rock Hudson, Marilyn Monroe, Audrey Hepburn, Ginger Rogers, James Dean, Paul Newman, Marlon Brando, Jayne Mansfield, Rock Hudson, Clara Bow, Gene Kelly, Fred Astaire, Lucille Ball, Gene Wilder, Judy Garland, Julie Andrews, Boris Karloff, Bela Lugois, Lou Channing Jr.
Who are your favorite directors?
John Luc Goddard, Howard Hughes, Chaplin
About Me: Tell us about yourself/or your love for classic movies
I pretty sure I was suppose to have lived in the 40's or atleast 50's. I think i would have fit in better then. I want to one day open up a jazz bar where even the waitresses perform. I spend most of my time day-dreaming; listening to music, I enjoy a good song about blues; and watching old movie. I love how most old films had big musical numbers in it and alot of the old stars could sing as well as act, well some of them atleast. I watch them when I'm feeling down. I also listen to ALOT of Dean Martin. I seem to be the only 19 year old I know who loves Dino as much as I do.
Hope you have a wonderful birthday!! It was an absolute delight to find The Collins kids"Mercy" playing when I came to your page! I am a rockabilly nut as well as a devoted fan of the superb Dino!! Have a great Birthday Andy!!
I feel like you. I feel like I should had been around in the 30s,40s,50s. I love blues and jazz too. The actors of the past were so inspiring. The actresses were glamourous and they had a mystery about them. Dino, oh yeah his voice was soothing. I came across some old compilations of The Dean Martin show.
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