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Nicole Ballerstein
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What are your favorite movies?
Adam's Rib ~ Alice Adams ~ Ball of Fire ~ Bringing Up Baby ~ Calamity Jane ~ The Feminine Touch ~ Five Came Back ~ The General ~ Gone With the Wind ~ The Great Lie ~ Gunga Din ~ Hello Dolly ~ His Girl Friday ~ I Met Him in Paris ~ It Happened One Night ~ Julia Misbehaves ~ The Lady Eve ~ Little Woman (1933) ~ Midnight ~ Mr. Roberts ~ My Bill ~ My Sister Eileen (1942 & 1945) ~ Night Must Fall ~ The Philadelphia Story ~ Pride and Prejudice ~ The Rains Came ~ Random Harvest ~ Seven Brides for Seven Brothers ~ The Sign of the Cross ~ Since You Went Away ~ The Thin Man ~ Twelve Angry Men ~ What Ever Happened to Baby Jane ~ Woman of the Year ~ The Women
Who are your favorite stars?
Women:

Mary Boland, Claudette Colbert, Bette Davis, Doris Day, Kay Francis, Greer Garson, Paulette Goodard, Katharine Hepburn, Marsha Hunt, Ruth Hussey, Deborah Kerr, Myrna Loy, Ann Miller, Edna May Oliver, Ginger Rogers, Rosalind Russell, Norma Shearer, Barbara Stanwyck

Men:

Don Ameche, John Barrymore, Lionel Barrymore, Charles Boyer, George Brent, Gary Cooper, Melvyn Douglas, Henry Fonda, Cary Grant, Fred MacMurray, Walter Pidgeon, William Powell, Jimmy Stewart, Spencer Tracy
Who are your favorite directors?
Frank Capra, George Cukor, Cecil B. DeMille, George Stevens, Preston Sturges, W.S. Van Dyke
About Me: Tell us about yourself/or your love for classic movies
Well, my name is Nicole and I am crazy about old films. I grew up with my Grandparents in California and they shared their love of films with me. By 15 I had watched every Katharine Hepburn film and was falling in love with the silents. Being 24 and living in Idaho it is a bit hard to find other people my age who are as interested in older films as I am. So, I hope to meet some new people here and have lots of lovely chats about films and stars.
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Single
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http://workingonmynightcheese.tumblr.com/

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At 7:20am on August 24, 2017, KATE KWAME said…

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At 7:33pm on May 2, 2013, lulu andini said…

hahhaa sure. Glad to know this group. I wished I could fly back to the time of Hollywood golden age....

At 6:07pm on April 26, 2013, Ktrek said…

I think you will find it a warm and welcoming community without all the drama some places on the web have. I sent Patti a msg and I'm sure you'll be hearing from her.

Kevin

At 5:48pm on April 26, 2013, Ktrek said…

Hello Nicole and welcome to The Golden Age of Hollywood. I hope you enjoy the site. By the way we have another member who lives in your area and loves classic movies. I'm sure she would love to be friends with you. Her name is Patti. I'm going to send her a link to your page.

Kevin

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Posted on May 2, 2013 at 1:03pm 2 Comments

     Hmm... So I thought I would just go ahead and post a quick thing. Nothing of real importance. I am just excited because my Aunt Cyndie surprised me! How? Well, I guess she heard that I am a Rosalind Russell fan, so she went out of her way to buy and send me a lovely head shot of her she found. It will go great on the wall next to the LIFE magazine (Nov 12th, 1956) I already have. …

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