WE LIVE AGAIN (1934), DR JEKYLL AND MR HYDE (1932), SISSI trilogy, Hitchcock's REBECCA and SUSPICIONBROTHER SUN SISTER MOON (1972), THE TEN COMMANDMENTS (1956), QUEEN CHRISTINA (1933), THE SONG OF SONGS (1933), SPELLBOUND, BEN HUR (1959), DAY FOR NIGHT (1973), QUO VADIS (1951), FLESH AND THE DEVIL (1926), GOSTA BERLING SAGA (1923), CESAR AND ROSALIA (1972), THE CARDINAL (1964), SCAMPOLO (1958), JESUS OF NAZARETH (1977), THE MISSION (1986), WITNESS FOR THE PROSECUTION and MISS MARPLE films with Margareth Rutherford, CLEOPATRA (1934, 1963), ALL ABOUT EVE (1953), I CLAUDIUS (1976), SIGN OF THE CROSS (1932), CAMILLE (1936), LA STRADA (1954), NIGHTS OF CABIRIA (1957), ANNA KARENINA (1935), SCARLETT EMPRESS (1934), JUDGMENT OF NUREMBERG (1962), LE AMICHE (1955), MASKERADE (1934), SNOWS OF KILIMANJARO (1954), ERNTE (1936), SPARTACUS (1960), ROMA CITTA APERTA (1946)
Who are your favorite stars?
MARLENE DIETRICH, LILIAN GISH, GRETA GARBO, ROMY SCHNEIDER, INGRID BERGMAN, VALENTINA CORTESE, ANNA MAGNANI, ANNE BAXTER, GREGORY PECK, CHARLTON HESTON, MARGARET RUTHERFORD, JACK PALANCE, YUL BRYNNER, GIULIETTA MASINA, ANNE BANCROFT, MAGDA SCHNEIDER, KARLHEINZ BOEHM, SIR LAURENCE OLIVIER, VIVIEN LEIGH, CLAUDE RAINS, VILMA DEGISCHER, PAULA WESSELY, JUDITH ANDERSON, JOAN FONTAINE, JAMES STEWART, NINA FOCH, KIRK DOUGLAS, PETER USTINOV, CHARLES LAUGHTON, RICHARD BURTON, PETER O'TOOLE, PETER STRAUSS, NICK NOLTE, PATRICK SWAYZE, ANTHONY QUINN, DEREK JACOBI, SIAN PHILLIPS, BIBI ANDERSSON, ELIZABETH TAYLOR, CLAUDETTE COLBERT, LANA TURNER, JOHN GILBERT, HEDY LAMARR,
Who are your favorite directors?
ROUBEN MAMOULIAN, JOSEF VON STERNBERG, BILLY WILDER, ERNST LUBITSCH, FRANCO ZEFFIRELLI, CECIL B DeMILLE, LUCHINO VISCONTI, FEDERICO FELLINI (not all films), MICHELANGELO ANTONIONI, KING VIDOR, CLARENCE BROWN, WILLI FORST, FRANCOIS TRUFFAUT, CLAUDE SAUTET, ROBERT WISE, HERBERT WISE, INGMAR BERGMAN,
About Me: Tell us about yourself/or your love for classic movies
I HAVE LOVED CLASSIC FILMS SINCE I WAS A YOUNG PERSON. I HAVE SEEN MANY OF THEM AND SOMETIMES IT IS DIFFICULT TO DECIDE WHICH ACTRESS/ACTOR IS MY FAVORITE ONE. THERE ARE MANY, IN FACT. WHEN I FIND A GOOD FILM AND SEE IT, IT MAKES MY DAY.
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