Cool Hand Luke
Night of the Living Dead
A Fish Called Wanda
Life of Brian
Little Big Man
O Brother, Where Art Thou?
When Harry Met Sally
What's Up Doc?
John Carpenter's The Thing
The Philadelphia Story
The Lion in Winter
North by Northwest
Arsenic and Old Lace
Bringing Up Baby
The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance
Bonnie and Clyde
What I Snack on in Movie Theaters
Popcorn w/extra butter
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Horror geek. Lord of the Rings is my favorite book but I don't like the movies. I prefer Picard to Kirk. I'm a writer. Dig Pink Floyd, The Police, and The Beatles.
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Man, I'm so late at gettign back to you that any Picard jokes would be completely lost.... I think I know where you're talking about, although I've never been that far south, and likewise, I'm not a Nascar far. Welcome again to the group!
Hey there! I just wanted to welcome you to my Classic Cinema group. From the look of your favorites, you should fit right in. :) I'm glad to see another horror fan on here too. Where exactly is St. Paul, VA? I'm at the northern-most tip of the state, near Winchester.
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