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80 Performers: Eddie Albert, Leon Ames, Edward Arnold, Lucille Ball, Freddie Bartholomew, Florence Bates, Beulah Bondi, Ernest Borgnine, Marlon Brando, Walter Brennan, Red Buttons, Spring Byington, Leslie Caron, Jack Carson, Gladys Cooper, Kevin Corcoran, Robert Cummings, Tony Curtis, Esther Dale, Doris Day, Don DeFore, Billy De Wolfe, Melvyn Douglas, Paul Douglas, Barry Fitzgerald, James Gleason, Edmund Gwenn, Buddy Hackett, Alan Hewitt, Judy Holliday, Celeste Holm, Edward Everett Horton, Rock Hudson, Van Johnson, Dean Jones, Jennifer Jones, Shirley Jones, Danny Kaye, Brian Keith, Tommy Kirk, Don Knotts, Elsa Lanchester, Janet Leigh, Jack Lemmon, Jerry Lewis, June Lockhart, Hugh Marlowe, James Mason, Walter Matthau, Roddy McDowall, Dorothy McGuire, Hayley Mills, Agnes Moorehead, David Niven, Arthur O'Connell, Walter Pidgeon, Suzanne Pleshette, Sidney Poitier, Elvis Presley, Tony Randall, Martha Raye, Ronald Reagan, Robert Redford, Mickey Rooney, Charlie Ruggles, S.Z. Sakall, Red Skelton, Walter Slezak, C. Aubrey Smith, George Tobias, Henry Travers, Vera-Ellen, H.B. Warner, Clifton Webb, Mary Wickes, George Winslow, Teresa Wright, Jane Wyman, Keenan Wynn, Gig Young;
4 sets of Team Players: Who Are...LOY AND POWELL?, Who Are...MAIN AND KILBRIDE?, Who Are...ROGERS AND EVANS?, Who Are...TRACY AND HEPBURN?;
6 Behind the Scenes Operators: Don't Know...WALT DISNEY?, Don't Know...VICTOR FLEMING?, Don't Know...HOWARD HAWKS?, Don't Know...OSCAR HAMMERSTEIN II?, Don't Know...ALFRED HITCHCOCK?, Don't Know...JOSEPH L. MANKIEWICZ?;
1 Voice Performer: The Curtain Reveals...MARNI NIXON!;
5 Favorites Lists: Elizabeth Van Cleve Randolph's BEST PICTURE OF THE YEAR, Elizabeth Van Cleve Randolph's COMEDY CHOICES, Elizabeth Van Cleve Randolph's ENDEARING CHRISTMAS CLASSICS, Elizabeth Van Cleve Randolph's FAVORITE BASEBALL FILMS, Elizabeth Van Cleve Randolph's STRONG FATHERS
1 Book Review: ELIZABETH VAN CLEVE RANDOLPH RECOMMENDS: Women in the Films of John Ford
5 Showcase Articles: James Garner, Swoon Worthy; It's Barbara Stanwyck, For Heaven's Sake!;
Buddy Hackett, the Best Friend With the Big Heart; Ernest Borgnine is Really Good!;
Lauren Bacall, She's got The Look;
1 For Your Education Articles: Who Were the Top Ten Box Office Stars of the 1930s?
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WEB SITE: CLASSICALLY SPEAKING
LOCATION: California, U.S.A.
BIRTHDAY: April 21, 1960
WRITTEN LANGUAGES: English
INTERESTS: Writing, singing, dancing, directing plays, teaching, horseback riding, ice skating, attending movies, the theatre, concerts and baseball games, dining out, going to the beach
WISH LIST: MY DVD WISH LIST
MOVIE MEMORABILIA: DVDs, videos, books, autographed pictures, programs
PERFORMERS MET: Penn Jillette and Teller (Don't Try This At Home), Tommy and Dick Smothers (Alice Through the Looking Glass), James Doohan (Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home), Lewis Croft (The Wizard of Oz ), Tommy Cottonaro (The Wizard of Oz ), Eartha Kitt (Harriet the Spy), Shari Lewis and Lambchop (Lamb Chop and the Haunted Studio), Craig Chaquico (The Star Wars Holiday Special as a holographic member of the Jefferson Starship), Lisa Gerritsen (Airport), Todd Barbee (voice of Charlie Brown), Signy Coleman (daytime drama star: Santa Barbara, The Young and the Restless, The Guiding Light), the late Merritt Butrick (Star Trek: The Wrath of Khan and Star Trek: The Search for Spock), Hope Juber (4 episodes of "The Brady Bunch", dating Greg; and daughter of creator, Sherwood Schwartz) and Laurence Juber (lead guitarist for "Paul McCartney and Wings"), Robert Wagner (Midway and several other films and two hit TV Series "It Takes a Thief" and "Hart to Hart".)
FAVORITE MOVIES: It's a Wonderful Life (1946), Room for One More (1952), The Bishop's Wife (1947), Penny Serenade (1941), To Sir, With Love (1967), Dil Chahta Hai (2001), Lagaan: Once Upon a Time in India (2001), Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam (1999), Meet Joe Black (1998), The Mask of Zorro (1998), Pillow Talk (1959), The Sound of Music (1965), Desk Set (1957), Holiday (1938), North by Northwest (1959), Broken Arrow (1950), Roman Holiday (1953), My Fair Lady (1964), Seven Brides for Seven Brothers (1954), Fiddler on the Roof (1971), Gone With the Wind (1939), Mr. Deeds Goes to Town (1936), Sergeant York (1941), Yours, Mine and Ours (1968), Easter Parade (1948), The Parent Trap (1961), The Quiet Man (1952), The Wizard of Oz (1939), Pollyanna (1960), The Thin Man (1934), The Pride of the Yankees (1942), The Best Years of Our Lives (1946), Sullivan's Travels (1941), Mrs. Miniver (1942), My Man Godfrey (1936), West Side Story (1961), Inn of Sixth Happiness (1958), Gentleman's Agreement (1947), Holiday Affair (1947), All About Eve (1950), Friendly Persuasion (1956), People Will Talk (1951), The Talk of the Town (1942), The Ghost and Mrs. Muir (1947), The King and I (1956), Stand and Deliver (1988), The Mating Season (1951), An Apartment for Peggy (1948), White Christmas (1954), All At Sea aka Barnacle Bill (1957), Mister 880 (1950), Anne of Green Gables (1985), Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice (1995), Sense and Sensibility (1995), The Fuller Brush Man (1948), Yentl (1983)....
FAVORITE ACTORS/ACTRESSES: Doris Day, Katharine Hepburn, Cary Grant, James Stewart, Audrey Hepburn, Gary Cooper, Lucille Ball, Henry Fonda, Fred Astaire, Julie Andrews, Judy Garland, John Wayne, Maureen O'Hara, Hayley Mills, Myrna Loy, William Powell, Glenn Ford, Greer Garson, Veronica Lake, William Holden, Carole Lombard, Fred MacMurray, Donald O'Connor, Gene Kelly, Debbie Reynolds, Gregory Peck, Sidney Poitier, Dana Andrews, Barbara Stanwyck, Loretta Young, Irene Dunne, Rex Harrison, Thelma Ritter, Red Skelton, Teresa Wright ....
TESTIMONY: It's sad how many people rent films solely from the "New Release" racks. They are convinced that if they sat through a classic film, they'd be bored stiff. Classic movie fans don't live in the past. They hold dear what's truly of value. A good classic movie fills my soul with uplifting messages that I can later discuss. Too many films made these days teach us to be self-absorbed, bitter and jaded. People don't realize how much films, books, and music impact our lives. This is why I steer toward the classics. After I've watched one, I don't have to say to my friends or family, "It was really good, except for these two parts." Since you're here reading my profile, you probably already know how important it is to choose classic films over modern ones. So, I hope you'll join me in educating as many people as possible. I guarantee you that your enlightening others about classic films will enrich your life.
*Contributed by: "Elizabeth Van Cleve Randolph"
Movie stills displayed: Holiday (1938), Room for One More (1952), It's a Wonderful Life (1946), The Pride of the Yankees (1942), Roman Holiday (1953)
Updated: Thu, Feb 2, 2015 / 01:23:18 PDT