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What are some of your favorite movies, t.v. shows, or famous actors/actresses?

I like; Everybody Loves Ramond, Bonanza, The Twilight Zone, Pawn Stars, Antiques Roadshow, John Wayne,
Humphrey Bogart, Gene Kelly, The Andy Griffith Show, Don Knotts, Black and White movies, Casablanca.

Movie buff- The Sequel:
While I don't have one favorite movie, and my lists of favorites is long and varied (Hence my handle here), what I usually consider to be my top 3 favorite movies are 'The Fifth Element,' 'The Mask of Zorro,' and 'Sleepy Hollow.'
For favorite shows, there are tons. I loved 'Smallville' and watched it religiously when it was on. I've also been a big fan of shows like 'Mystery Science Theater 3000,' 'Once Upon a Time,' 'Grimm,' 'Arrow,' and 'The Flash.' Two shows that I currently am devoted to are 'Izombie' and 'Black Lightning.'
I have loads of favorite actors, but a few that I particularly like watching are Johnny Depp, Tim Curry (Best villain actor in history), Geoffrey Rush (I find it positively criminal that he has so far only won one Oscar, he deserved Best Supporting Actor for 'The King's Speech'), Bruce Campbell, and Alan Tudyk.

Favorite movies - plural - is easier!

TOOOOO many great ones to choose just one!

For you youngsters out there, give these a try!   :-)

(Simply off the top of my head, and trying to be eclectic, and also trying to recommend less obvious things)


Public Enemy, Angels With Dirty Faces, White Heat - James Cagney

The Champ - Wallce Beery, Jackie Cooper

Gone With the Wind - Clark Gable

The Women - Norma Shearer, Joan Crawford

David Copperfield - Basil Rathbone, W.C. Fields

A Tale of Two Cities - Ronald Colman

Shadow of a Doubt - Joseph Cotten (Alfred Hitchcock, dir.)


It's a Gift, The Man on the Flying Trapeze, My Little Chickadee - W.C. Fields

Horse Feathers, Animal Crackers, Duck Soup - The Marx Brothers

The Music Box - Laurel and Hardy

The Secret Life of Walter Mitty, The Inspector General, The Court Jester - Danny Kaye

Horror/Science Fiction

King Kong - Fay Wray, Robert Armstrong

Frankenstein - Boris Karloff

The Black Cat - Boris Karloff, Bela Lugosi

Forbidden Planet - Walter Pidgeon, Leslie Nielsen


Three Godfathers - Two versions 1936 - Chester Morris and 1948 - John Wayne

Cimarron - Richard Dix, Irene Dunne

Red River - John Wayne

Shane - Alan Ladd

The Searchers - John Wayne

If I had to pick on it would be Excaliber

Old n Grumpy:
Stalingrad or Dos Boot they are timeless.


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