August 13, 2012
Probably Little Caesar with Edward G. Robinson. I saw it at a storefront movie theater called Featherspoint in 1968 in SF. I was really hooked then. ("Is this the end of Rocco?!")
If I have to choose one, I guess it would have to be Casablanca. Romance, intrigue, courage, brotherhood, sacrifice and stupid Nazis - perfection.
I'm a lifelong film afficionado. I used to love to babysit because I could stay up late and watch the late late show. Now, with my DVR I get to do it and NOT babysit and NOT stay up late.