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PattiTexas

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    Classic movies. Reading books including the greatest book of all time each day, The Bible.
  1. That's it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Thank you so much!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  2. The name of this movie has slipped my mind and I requested it to be shown on TCM at one time. It's about mother, I think all her children went to live with family that was better off except for one son who I think stays to help out out his mother. Thank you.
  3. The most irritating Christmas movie's I ever saw were.....Jingle All The Way A Christmas Story Four Christmases Surviving Christmas I Love, It's a Wonderful Life. I could never find fault with that classic.
  4. Thank you for sharing that! I still love to watch this film. Not to change the subject but.... I know they also had a TV miniseries (remake) in 1979 with Natalie Wood and William Devane. I'd love to see that at least once. I'm not sure anyone has aired it since it was on back then.
  5. Yes, bless her heart, she is battling multiple sclerosis.
  6. She was very classy, beautiful lady! Too bad the actresses of today are not "classy" in the way they dress! May she rest in peace!
  7. Some of it is due to gene's but let's face it, MANY pay to keep a youthful appearance, even when they don't admit it. Being vain is one reason but also many in hollywood feel they are forced to keep wrinkles at bay for their career. Those like Redford for example have clearly decided to just let nature take it's course. I don't find it gross, it's how it was before the age of plastic surgery and botox. My great grandmother had some deep lines and told me once that they told a story of her life, I loved her stories and her. She was in her 90's when she died. I feel her wrinkles were part of her. I feel like she did and have no desire to look 40 when I'm 70 but that's just me. Illness is another factor, that can age you quicker. I think society is losing it's tolerance of people aging and many other things. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/12/09/meredith-baxter-plastic-surgery_n_6290942.html
  8. Here is a link to a site that list all the Christmas movies, times, dates, channels. I hope it helps. Merry Christmas! http://www.christmastvschedule.com/
  9. James Earl Jones Jimmy Stewart Paul Harvey but he wasn't in movies. Patricia Neal Maureen O'Hara Mel Blanc Sam Elliot Peter O'Toole Julie Andrews Lauren Bacall Morgan Freeman Katharine Hepburn
  10. Why we watch the actors and movies we watch To be honest I never analyzed why I like certain actors and actresses. I like all sorts of Stars, some that others may think silly but I enjoy them. Examples: Doris Day, I like her singing and she makes me laugh and I'd prefer to laugh than cry. Maureen O'Hara, I think she was the most beautiful lady ever on the screen and I loved all her movies. I think she was good at her job. Cary Grant, I liked his acting and he was extremely handsome. James Garner, I liked his acting and he reminded me of my father. Elizabeth Taylor, Just because I enjoyed most of her films. Don Knotts and the rest of the cast of TAGS just because they made me happy, enjoyed the small town southern charm and silliness of it all. James Stewart, Loved his acting and his voice. Ma (Marjorie Main) and Pa Kettle (Percy Kilbride) because I watched these growing up and they were just fun. Cast of the Blondie movies, same as previous answer. Audrey Hepburn because I thought she was a good actress. John Wayne because I grew up watching him and I truly enjoy his films. Spencer Tracy and Katharine Hepburn because I enjoyed the films they made. I watch a LOT of old films, there are just far too many for me to list, these are just a few but in the end my reason is simple. I enjoy them.
  11. I almost forgot! We have certain Christmas movies we MUST see each year. Some classic, some are just silly fun like Christmas Vacation with Chevy Chase. It's a tradition in our home. Ho Ho Ho
  12. Yes, I watch Love Is A Many Splendored Thing each year on the anniversary of an old boyfriend's death, he died in Vietnam. I don't know why it's that particular film, maybe because I knew the pain she felt when she heard he had died. It's just something I've always done in his memory.
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