Casablanca, Little Caesar, Public Enemy, Singin' in the Rain, A Man for All Seasons.
Who are your favorite stars?
Cagney, Robinson, Brando, Stanwyck, Loy, Wm Powell, Peter O'Toole. I also love the bottom tier stars like John Payne, Robert Young, Bob Cummings, Jack Carson, Robert Montgomery and my personal fave, Don Ameche! Not as big as say, Cary, Tracey, etc but actors who could carry a film and make you enjoy it even if the film isn't so hot. Charles Boyer fascinates me.
Who are your favorite directors?
Curtiz, Ford, Capra
About Me: Tell us about yourself/or your love for classic movies
Saw my first one in my early teens and and have been smitten ever Since. I feel like I'm watching history, how life was like or supposed to be like. Enchanting. Black and White Rules.
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Thank you for your very nice comment! Actually there are so much more actors/actrices that I didn't even mention there.. Love to meet in your person someone who agrees on Don Ameche! Hope you'll have a wonderful day!!
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