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AprilViolets

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  1. I have too many favorite Bette Davis films, I fear. Here's my list: Now, Voyager The Man Who Came to Dinner Hush, Hush Sweet Charlotte Whatever Happened to Baby Jane? -- I'll let you in on a little secret, though - the top two are my very favorites! ^_~
  2. Robert Redford and Paul Newman were definitely something else... but I'd have to agree that Redford was particularly handsome in that episode of the Twilight Zone!!
  3. > I swoon for Cary Grant. Isn't he just BEAUTIFUL?!? Like I said in my original post, he's tops in my book!
  4. Attn. moirafinnie6: > Death Takes a Holiday also seems to be one of > the few movies that really pulls off a kind of > 'between-the-wars' romanticism. The author and actors > all seem to have an underlying awareness of death > throughout the movie--not just in its personification > in the character Fredric March plays--but perhaps as > a result of the losses of WWI. What do you think? I totally agree with you there! Can > you think of other films with a similar quality? That's a fairly difficult question for me, I must admit... I'd REEELY have to think about that one, and since I'm not from that generation, I don't know if I'd be able to give you a fair answer.
  5. Definite YES to Yul Brynner... AND I have to now add Charlton Heston... When I was a little girl, I used to feel a little guilty about thinking Moses and the Pharoh were so cute - *LOL*!
  6. *LOL* - Yes, I'd have to agree with you...
  7. Death Takes a Holiday has got to be one of my all-time FAVORITE films!!
  8. I'd have to second you on Marlon Brando and Paul Newman... I absolutely LOVE William Holden as an actor, and he was VERY handsome, but he resembles my grandfather in a certain way, so it's nothing like a crush for me... *lol*
  9. Cary Grant, John Payne and Errol Flynn... You??
  10. Hmm - this one's not quite as easy as the "favorite blonde" question... I have a soft-spot for beautiful brunettes because I'm a brunette and I look up to beautiful women... I'd have to say Audrey Hepburn and Natalie Wood... though I know there are many, many more...
  11. Two of my absolute favorites - my top two blondes - Betty Grable and Marilyn Monroe! So GORGEOUS!!! *stars in eyes*
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