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Picture this!..if you can

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The Scarlet Pimpernel...Howard or Andrews?..what ? what?

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Why don't they give us the Stan and Ollie??

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All you need to start an Asylum,is an empty room and the right kind of people..

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What are your favorite movies?
Strangers on a Train
Duck Soup
Bride of Frankenstein
The Black Cat-'34
Shall we Dance-'96 Japanese
Sunrise -'27
Rear Window
Cat People
I walked with a Zombie
The Phantom of the Opera-Chaney
My Man Godfrey
Golddiggers of 1933
Our Hospitality
My Best Girl
The Mark of Zorro
Man Hunt
Public Enemy
Little Caeser
The Magnificent Ambersons
You Can't Take It with You
Night of the Hunter
Portrait of Jennie
Footlight Parade
City Lights
Modern Times
Cinema Paradiso
Sexy Beast
Lust for Life
Meet Me In St. Louis
The Bandwagon
He who gets slapped
The Unknown
Beauty and the Beast-'46
The Bank Dick
It's a Gift
Talk To Her
Moulin Rouge-'52
Treasure of the Sierra Madre
African Queen
The Story of Three Loves
A Tale of Two Cities-'35
International House
Never give a Sucker an Even Break
Top Hat
Gunga Din
The Swimmer
The Tales of Hoffmann
The Red Shoes
Gods and Monsters
The Third Man
Trouble in Paradise
Into the West-'92 Irish film
Sunset Blvd
The Lost Weekend
Witness for the Prosecution
The Private Life of Sherlock holmes
One Two Three
The Tuttles of Tahiti
The Hunchback of Notre Dame-'39
The Searchers
Rio Grande
Vera Cruz
The Wild Bunch
The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance
The Naked Spur
The Man from Laramie
The Tall T
Ride the High Country
Rancho Notorious
Tall in the Saddle

Spaghetti Westerns:
THe Good The Bad and the Ugly
For a Few Dollars More
Faccia a Faccia
..And God said to Cain
His Name was Holy Ghost
Heads you Die ,Tails I kill you
The Great Silence
My Name is Nobody
Duck You Sucker
Kill Them All And Come Back Alone
The Fighting Fists of Shanghai Joe

...Universal Horror...most ALL RKO films,especially Astaire and Rogers!! and Val Lewton horror!!...
Little Rascals and Laurel and Hardy comedies..
Euro cults films of the 60's and 70s..Biker movies
and tons of Silent Films!!!!!!...
Who are your favorite stars?
James Cagney,Ronald Coleman,Carol Lombard,Humphery Bogart,Mae West,Barbara Stanwyck,Glenda Farrell.Lon Chaney,Mabel Normand,Gary Cooper,Robert Montgomery,Basil Rathbone,Laurel and Hardy,Fred Astaire,Ginger Rogers,Clara bow,Lilian Gish,Jean Harlow,Kim Novak,Judy Garland,Janet Gaynor,Greta Garbo,Myrna Loy,Charles Laughton,Cary Grant,Donald Crisp,George Sanders,Priscilla Lane,Henry Daniell,Bonita Granville,Maria Montez,Aquanetta,..more more!.My favorites tho are all those supporting actors of the golden era
Who are your favorite directors?
Billy Wilder
Alfred Hitchcock
Edward F. Cline
Vincente Minnelli
John Ford
John Huston
Mario Bava
Sergio Leone
Frank Capra
About Me: Tell us about yourself/or your love for classic movies
I was born in Oklahoma but mainly grew up overseas,Australia,Indonesia..I moved back to the U.S. at 13.I always loved old Horror movies..but took a more serious look at old films in high school in the 70s when they were run continuously and PBS began to show alot of the great silents in restored versions along with classic foriegn films around '73..I think alot of kids from the 60s and 70s got a good film education with only regularTV as an option along with single screen theatres..But then I look around today and notice these great films never die as young people continue to rediscover these things..My favorite kinds of music are Brasilian Jazz and bossa nova,Classic and heavy metal rock,motion picture soundtracks ,Latin pop and Classical..
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At 5:40pm on September 7, 2015, Elizabeth Rachel said…

5 years late, but thank you!!!!! 

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At 1:35am on January 7, 2011, Catherine said…

Hope your New Year's off to a great start!

At 8:49pm on December 31, 2010, MothGirl Wings said…
Have a fun New Year's Eve, and remember, please don't follow Harold's example!
At 11:04pm on December 22, 2010, Abdullah aka Chuck said…
Merry Christmas Christo!!
At 5:04pm on December 19, 2010, nehal said…

Merry Christmas to you Chris.

At 5:52am on December 18, 2010, MothGirl Wings said…

Well, Mickey came over today and insisted on helping me trim my tree, but after he left I had to redo the whole thing - look at how careless he is!  *rolls eyes*  I hope you're enjoying the holidays, and if Mickey comes over to your house, don't let him in!

At 5:26pm on November 25, 2010, Rosie Sayer said…
Yup, time for me to get those lights strung!
At 5:18pm on November 25, 2010, nehal said…
Happy Thanksgiving Chris.

At 4:37pm on November 25, 2010, Rosie Sayer said…

Happy Thanksgiving!

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New Lon Chaney Silents coming from Warner Archives..Oct. 26 in pre-SALE

Posted on October 13, 2010 at 5:00pm 12 Comments

Thought some of you Silent fans would like to know these are on SALE for 13.96 ea and are available in a Set. from their Halloween Sale listing page 4
Halloween Sale listings..
The Unholy 3..both the 1925 and the 1930 versions
Mr. Wu
He Who Gets Slapped
The Monster


Posted on December 6, 2009 at 6:52pm 3 Comments

....Some of you may well know that now carries those expensive Warners Archives dvds...They are currently selling them at 50% off till Dec 31st...and remember ..its free shipping!

This!...just discovered a new Movie Channel

Posted on November 6, 2009 at 5:58pm 8 Comments

A few days ago I discovered I have a new movie channel that I never knew I had..It came in when TV switched to digital..Its Channel 8-3 here locally..the station is called "This"....I love it..It shows all the kind of movies that used to turn up all the time on regular tv before cable days..mostly so far ,stuff from the 50s and 60s,early 70s...Probablly not big news to folks who have cable,which I don't..But Its quite nice when all we've been getting… Continue

David Carradine found dead in Bangkok

Posted on June 4, 2009 at 3:44pm 10 Comments

RIP David Carradine..The actor was found dead late wednsday or early thursday in his hotel bedroom in Bangkok Thailand..He apparently commited suicide by hanging himself.

He was there to film a movie called "Stretch"..had been there since tuesday..

Very sad and unbelievable news!..The Carradines are like the last great american film… Continue

Universal presents-The Inner Sanctum Mysteries

Posted on March 1, 2009 at 4:44pm 6 Comments

..I fairly recently recieved,as a gift,the Universal Franchise Collections,nicely packaged Inner Sanctum Mysteries....This was a series of 6 films produced at Universal from 1943-45...All… Continue

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