I was talking about this with someone here and thought I'd share it with everyone.
I've always loved older films. I'm the youngest child of an older mum who grew up after the war going from cinema to cinema for her entertainment. The films she loved were on TV when I was young, so I watched them all again, with her, and fell in love with them. I have a special place in my heart for old black and white films.
The Ghost and Mrs Muir.
War films like 'The Cruel Sea' or, my particular favourite 'The Way To The Stars.'
I call this a 'Daphne and Roger film.'
You have to say this is a very tight, very clipped, very British upper class accent....
"Oh Daphne, darling, be brave. Be terribly brave."
"Oh Roger, come back to me, my darling.
Perhaps only my mum and I would find that funny!
I'm also very fond of 'Black Narcissus.' Not black and white but wonderful.
I always wanted to grow up to be Deborah Kerr or Jean Simmons. Now I look more like David Niven!