Welcome to my blog!

Greetings everyone! I have long hoped for this day and I’m beyond thrilled to start this journey!

Marlene Dietrich in The Devil is a Woman (1935).

If you’re not familiar with me, my name is John and I’ve been running a Marilyn Monroe fan account on Instagram for about two and a half years now (@somelikeitmonroe) and you can also find me on Twitter under the same name as my blog.

Louise Brooks in Pandora’s Box (1929).

I’m also an Old Hollywood junkie. Anything related to Old Hollywood or the history of classic cinema is of immense interest to me. Having said that, I decided to get the ball rolling and finally create a blog where I could share some hopefully interesting information on various classic stars, films, and cinema itself.

Audrey Hepburn in Sabrina (1954).

I have been fascinated by old films for quite some time now and studying them is one of my biggest passions. I strongly believe they are some of the main art forms that truly connect with people and create something beautiful, unique, and magical that makes individuals learn, relate to them, and even heal from past experiences.

Giulietta Masina in Le Notti di Cabiria (1957).

Taking into consideration the above, my main goal with this blog is to transmit that feeling to my readers. It is very important to me to create good quality content that could possibly mean something to someone or simply interest them and make them learn more about certain topics.

Vivien Leigh in Waterloo Bridge (1940).

In conclusion, I hope to transform this blog into an entertaining place for all classic cinema fans. I don’t have much more to say now so thank you for your attention, I really appreciate it. I hope you’ll stick around!

Grace Kelly in Rear Window (1954).

©DialJforJohn

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