The best years of our lives,Gilda,laura,the killers,its a wonderful life,only angels have wings,too many more to mention!
Who are your favorite stars?
william powell,rita hayworth,myrna loy,dana andrews,jimmy stewart,etc,etc,etc
Who are your favorite directors?
frank capra george cukor,william wyler,otto preminger,george stevens,etc,etc
About Me: Tell us about yourself/or your love for classic movies
I enjoy old movies of course and music.I listen to anything from sintra to hank williams to vanhalen,depending on my mood.I love to follow my cubbies in baseball. I like to read but its hard to find time these days.
Joe, I do love my shirt too. Thanks. I go by Jody by the way. I too like HIS KIND OF WOMAN. I can't remember who said his was the only chest bigger than hers. Jane and Mitch were friends until his death. She was with his wife when his ashes were scattered in the pacific.
I don't know whether the Mitchums and the Wayne families were very close. I think they were "friendly" rather than friends. I know Mitch made some disparaging remarks about Wayne;probably in jest as he liked to get a laugh. Jody
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