Notorious (1946) is my #1 favourite. Many other films are on my list of "favs", though. Ask me about them :D
Who are your favorite stars?
Ingrid Bergman. Cary Grant.
Then, in no particular order:
Olivia de Havilland
Who are your favorite directors?
Hitchcock. Hawks. Cukor. Wilder. Capra. Wyler. Donen. And others.
About Me: Tell us about yourself/or your love for classic movies
Aside from classic film and classic Hollywood, I like arts & crafts and handmade things - etsy.com provides hours of amusement for me - and I like tennis - watching and playing - and I like baking, cooking, and collecting recipes. I'm a homebody. I'm going to be a pharmacist one day. Also, the thing I want most is to have a long, healthy, happy life with the people nearest and dearest to me.
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