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What are your favorite movies?
Shakespeare in Love, Serendipity, Rainman, I Am Sam, HELP!, The Princess Bride, Ever After, and so many more I cannot name them all
Who are your favorite stars?
Johnny Depp, Leonardo DiCaprio, Meg Ryan, Tom Hanks, Sean Penn, Dustin Hoffman, and many others
Who are your favorite directors?
Ron Howard, Steven Spielberg
About Me: Tell us about yourself/or your love for classic movies
I am the founder of an environmental organization and I do work with underprivileged kids in Appalachia. I am a teacher's assistant and work with preschool children who have special needs. I have four kids who have inherited my love for stage and screen. I like to write, read and dream.
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