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  1. Rudolph Valentino will always be my #1. Humphrey Bogart, and Errol Flynn.
  2. I would like to see No Man of Her Own. The first film Clark Gable and Carole Lombard ever made together. I've never seen it and Im dying to see it.
  3. Larel & Hardy Abott & Costello Red Skelton Charles Chaplin
  4. Jean harlow and marilyn Monroe. They are my role models.
  5. Girl Shy! I love this one. It had suspense! Its really funny. I even got my husband watching it.
  6. I persoanlly think that classic films should NOT be remade. movie makers of these days won't do a very good job. They would ruin a perfectly good movie. Leave the old films in the past. Besides, actors and actress of today are lousy. They could never be as good as the stars in the past.
  7. A Streetcar Named Desire was a good movie. I love the way Marlon Brando looks in this film. He's gorgeous and did a great job playing Stanley Kowalski.No one could've done it better. Although, I read somewhere on the internet that John Garfield was going to play Stanley but, refused the part. Stanley Kowalski: I never met a dame yet that didn't know if she was good-looking or not without being told, and there's some of them that give themselves credit for more than they've got
  8. Im crazy about Gene Kelly. Great actor, awsome dancer and not to mention, handsome! I can also watch Fred and Ginger all day. Ann Miller is wonderful too. I can never pick a favorite.
  9. Aww. The first time I seen this movie which was about a year ago. I was mesmerized. One of my most favorite Laurence Olivier films. It was a good movie. Sad and romantic but, it had a happy ending. Heathcliff and Cathy ended up together in heaven. I talk to husband about it all the time. He doesnt understand me. He doesnt appriciate old films. I can watch this movie over and over and still cry on the sad scenes.
  10. I've been a Marilyn Monroe fan since I was 15. I adored and admired her since. She's my idol! I didnt know about Jayne mansfield until about 8 months ago. I've never seen one of her movies. Hopefully TCM would show a Jayne mansfield movie one day. I'd like to learn and see more of her. But no matter what, I'll always love Marilyn Monroe.
  11. Whoa! that's a hard one. I love them both, they are great actresses... I think Joan Crawford. She's been in a lot of films with Clark gable. She was married to one of the sexiest men in Hollywood (Franchot Tone) and She was wonderful in The Unknown.
  12. My first classic film I ever saw, was when I was 15. Dracula (1931) with Bela Lugosi. I watched it on TCM too! I had a huge crush on him. I had to see more of him and other classic movies. From then, I've been stupidly crazy for old movies.
  13. Claudette Colbert is so gorgeous! I love her! She's a wonderful actress!
  14. I love this line from Gone With The Wind. Scarlett: As God is my witness, as God is my witness they're not going to lick me. I'm going to live through this and when it's all over, I'll never be hungry again. No, nor any of my folk. If I have to lie, steal, cheat or kill. As God is my witness, I'll never be hungry again! This is a memorable line I liked very much from my favorite Olivia De Havilland film, The Heiress. I love the evil face she does while she says it. Catharine Sloper: Yes, I can be very cruel. I have been taught by masters.
  15. Anything with Rudolph Valentino. Seeing his handsome face puts a smile on my face. Red Skelton is great to watch when Im depressed.Like "I Dood It" "Du Barry Was a Lady" He makes me laugh as well as Laurel & Hardy. I also love to watch musicals. Summer Stock, Babes in Arms, On the Town, Top Hat, and Anchors Aweigh. I actually get up and dance. HAHAHA!
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