NINETEEN-year-old actress Dana Hill, who stole some of the fire from Diane Keaton and Albert Finney as the oldest daughter in last year's "Shoot the Moon," appears in the new movie "Cross Creek," adapted from Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings' memoir. Hill picks her five favorite movies:

1. Annie Hall: "I think Woody Allen is the funniest, and there were so many memorable lines in that movie. When I was doing 'Shoot the Moon,' it made me really nervous to be working with an Academy Award winner Keaton from my favorite film of all time."

2. The Graduate: "Because of the unusual, funny way they shot it--the swimming pool and seduction scenes especially. And Anne Bancroft and Dustin Hoffman. And the songs."

3. The Americanization of Emily: "It was so far ahead of its time--denouncing the war before it was really fashionable."

4. Manhattan: "Another Woody Allen movie. It may be similar to Annie Hall, but some of the lines kill me. And I love New York. People say I have sort of a New York quality. Allen puts us L.A. people in our place."

5. What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?: "It was bold of Bette Davis to come out with such hideous makeup and play such an unsympathetic character. I admire any actress who can do that."