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post #31 of 37
Fried Green Tomatoes isnt old!
post #32 of 37
Goodness, how did I miss this thread?

Originally Posted by mrblanche View Post
And one of the all-time greats, "An Affair to Remember." We've cruised twice on the ship used in that movie. It has since sunk (under tow on its way to Asia to be cut up).
That is definitely one of my all time favourites. And it's two feet away on the VHS shelf, and due for a viewing -- grab the Kleenex.

Definitely all the musicals, especially "Sound of Music" -- lost count of how many times I saw that in the theatre -- never mind the times since -- it's just next to "An Affair to Remember" on the shelf.

"The Inn of the Sixth Happiness", "Anastasia"

And now I'm drawing a blank, so I'll stop.
post #33 of 37
Amazing movies you all! No one mentioned Gaslight!!! A BIG fave of mine and my hubby's.
post #34 of 37
Thread Starter 
Originally Posted by MonaxLisa View Post
Fried Green Tomatoes isnt old!
No, it doesn't fit into the thread's definition of old, but it is definitely a good movie!

So, MonaxLisa is now the official enforcer for this thread.
post #35 of 37
How did I miss this thread!?
So many of my favorites have been listed already; I love anything with Katherine Hepburn &/or Cary Grant, Bette Davis was amazing, Laurence Olivier was so handsome, Clark Gable was sex appeal on a platter, Marilyn was drop-dead gorgeous. They don't make them like that anymore.
My favorites?
Gone With the Wind
Jane Eyre
Bringing Up Baby
Arsenic & Old Lace
All About Eve
Ghost & Mrs. Muir
A Night at the Opera (Marx Bros.)
Wizard of Oz
To KIll a Mockiingbird
Gentlemen Prefer Blondes
The African Queen
The King & I
It Happened One Night
Meet Me in St. Louis
Caberet (does the 1970s count as old?)

I could go on and on.......
post #36 of 37
Oh my - some of you have mentioned movies I'd almost forgotten.

Some of my favourites are:

The King and I - the Debra Kerr and Yul Brenner one, not Jodie Foster
An Affair to Remember (Cary Grant)
Old Yeller
National Velvet (Elizabeth Taylor)
Blue Hawaii (Elvis)
Love Story (Ryan and Ali)
Bullet (Steve McQueen)
The Party (Peter Sellers)

Gosh the list could go on for days.
post #37 of 37
Gone with the wind is all I can think of right now. I love that movie/book so much!
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