all about eve beyond the forest, suden fear dracula(bela L.)
place in the sun the women the birds the roupe notorious
sunset boulevard house of wax peyton place harriet crayg
mildred pierce now voyager paradine case the thief the big knife
ministry of fear, rebecca , psyco, suden fear,dragonwick, the furies sorry rong number the fille on thelma jordan
Who are your favorite stars?
bette davis joan crawford olivia de havilland joan fontaine agnes moorehead judith anderson jeanne crain jean peters anne sheridan ann miller ann blyth gloria grahame clifton webb ,dana andrews, jeff chandler farley granger,jane russel ,george sanders ,dorothy malone eleanor parker thelma ritter ray milland paul henreid edward g robinson celeste holm jane wyman gloria grahme
barbara stanwick , lana turner ,rita hayworth
elizabeth taylor,eve arden myrna loyd marlon brando boris karlof
gene tierney bela lugosi montgomery clif james dean james mason
ida lupino jennifer jones vicent price claude rains carol lombar jean harlow marilyn monroe veronica lake anne baxter
Who are your favorite directors?
elia kazan george stevens alfred hitchcock michael curtiz
ida lupino george cuckor jean negulesco frank capra
vincent sherman ed wood
douglas sirk king vidor
william castle james walle
About Me: Tell us about yourself/or your love for classic movies
mad about old movies 30´s 40´s 50´s- sci-fi of the 50´s
collector of old movies- b movies- film noir
old tv shows
celebrty dolls (Lana turner doll elizabeth taylor doll)
joan crawford fan
There is a fantastic movie of Ray Milland that is very special because is with no words ...silent ..no voices!!!
only sounds (like telephone rings ,cars in the streets etc) and also a fil noir!!
it´s THE THIEF
dónt miss this picture,its a daring experimente and Ray Milland performance is remarkable!!
Hello!! about filmming no..not even my mother (that also love classic movies)
I have that tecnicolor film and know ervery place where the movie was made! its a nice movie and I was trill to see Ray M. and Claude rains here in lisbon ! a city that appers and is also talk in many movies of the 40´s and 50´s...Casablanca ,the Conspirators,,One night in Lisbon,Storm over lisbon etc
Thank you so much, i love the classic stars especially their later work. I have always said with the classic stars they were like a fine wine improved as they aged. Love seeing recent photos of the few that are still left out and about.
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