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We all have our favorites!

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Basically a game where someone posts a category (actor, actress, movie, play, tv show, etc) and the next poster puts what is their favorite of said category. Then you leave another topic for the next person to post about their favorites. Can be as vague as your favorite actor, to as specific as your favorite horror movie of 1987, and any other category relating to film/television/theatre/music that you can think of. 

Example:

- First poster: Favorite actress?

- Second poster: Natalie Wood

       Next: favorite 50s Hitchcock film

 

Etcetera!! 

 

 

Your favorite 1950s musical?

 

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Easy...

"THE BAND WAGON" - one of the BEST musicals ever made

 

Next: Your favorite actor of the 1930s

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MGM - because that studio had some of the greatest films ever made during Hollywood's "golden-age", and also included some of my favorite stars, as well.

 

Next: Your favorite silent film star

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That's a tough one. The first one that comes to mind is the Peanuts scene in Duck Soup.

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Your favorite horror movie monster

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IL SORPASSO

Next: your favorite Italian film (from any year)

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Edit: I forgot about my other favorite.. Love Letters! Seeing it with Ali MacGraw and Ryan O'Neal made it all the better!! 👍👍

Next: favorite Broadway musical

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A Chorus Line...probably because it was the first play on B'way I saw...too bad the film captured none of the 'magic'

next--favorite Hitchcock, pre-Hollywood

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YOUNG AND INNOCENT (1937)

Next: Your favorite film noir

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Depending on my mood it is either: The Blue Dahlia (1946), The Big Sleep (1946) or Laura (1944). Love the idea of The Blue Dahlia plus Alan Ladd. The Big Sleep is confusing, that each time I watch it I learn something new. Laura keeps you interested until the end. 

 

Next: your favorite Hitchcock female actress

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Madeleine Carroll

Next: favorite Hitchcock leading man

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Alice Faye (though I also like Betty Grable a lot too)

Next: favorite tough guy

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Yesterday. Love that song.

Next: favorite silent (dramatic) movie star

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William S. Hart (does a cowboy count as drama? he did a lot of crying in his movies) because I found out when visiting his house in Santa Clarita, CA, that he was a really cool guy--did his own stunts, etc, created a wildlife refuge, and left his gorgeous house to the public with the provision that everyone could visit it for free forever. (Next time you're in LA, go see it!)

 

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your fav Redhead

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All the Goofy "How To" shorts-- fav is "The Olympic Champ" :)

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next

fav Warner Brothers cartoon ("Looney Tunes")

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