The Golden Age of Hollywood

Let's see how far this goes. Below is a list of film titles according to alphabetical order.
How far can you film fans go with your own list?
If this isn't too original, I apologize, but I thought it would be a fun thing to do.

Abbott & Costello Meet Frankenstein
Brute Force
Casablanca
Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb
Employees Entrance
Force of Evil
General, The
His Kind of Woman
It’s a Wonderful Life
Johnny Guitar
Killing, The
Last Picture Show, The
Magnificent Ambersons, The
North by Northwest
Out of the Past
Parallax View, The
Quatermass and the Pit
Road to Utopia
Searchers, The
Treasure of the Sierra Madre, The
Unfaithfully Yours
Verdict, The
Winchester ‘73
X, the Man With X-ray Eyes
You Can’t Cheat an Honest Man
Zardoz

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All Hands on Deck
Barbarella
Caine Mutiny
Devil Rides Out
Emanuelle( Don't look at me like that!)
Fear Strikes Out
Good Neighbor Sam
Hercules in the Haunted World
I, Monster
Jeremiah Johnson
Kansas City Bomber
Little Women
Man Who Shot Liberty Valance
Ninotchka
Open Season
Papa's Delicate Condition
Quiller Memorandum
Room Service
Simon-King of Witches
Texican
Under the Yum Yum Tree
Victory Through Air Power
Wild Bunch
X-The Unknown
Yulee's Gold
Zotz!
Hercules in the Haunted World,Papa's Delicate Condition,Simon,King of the Witches= :o)

Abdullah the Bitcher said:
All Hands on Deck
Barbarella
Caine Mutiny
Devil Rides Out
Emanuelle( Don't look at me like that!)
Fear Strikes Out
Good Neighbor Sam
Hercules in the Haunted World
I, Monster
Jeremiah Johnson
Kansas City Bomber
Little Women
Man Who Shot Liberty Valance
Ninotchka
Open Season
Papa's Delicate Condition
Quiller Memorandum
Room Service
Simon-King of Witches
Texican
Under the Yum Yum Tree
Victory Through Air Power
Wild Bunch
X-The Unknown
Yulee's Gold
Zotz!
Aaron Slick from Pumpkin Crick
Bowery at Midnight
Curse of the Cat People
Dead heat on a Merry- go-round
El Vampiro
Fun in Acapulco
Ghost in the Invisible Bikini
Hells Angles 69
I married a Monster from Outer Space
Jungle Moon Men
Kiss of Evil
Lords of Flatbush The
Mulholland Dr.
Not of this Earth
100 Rifles
Portrait of Jennie
Queen Kelly
Rififi
Shogun Assassin
Tall T The
Up the McGreggors
Viva Max
Whats up Tiger Lily?
Xica
Yakuza The
Zachariah
Yulee's Gold was mis-spelled , it actually begin's with a U, so please change me Y answer to Yankee Doodle Dandy! Thenk You!!

Abdullah the Bitcher said:
All Hands on Deck
Barbarella
Caine Mutiny
Devil Rides Out
Emanuelle( Don't look at me like that!)
Fear Strikes Out
Good Neighbor Sam
Hercules in the Haunted World
I, Monster
Jeremiah Johnson
Kansas City Bomber
Little Women
Man Who Shot Liberty Valance
Ninotchka
Open Season
Papa's Delicate Condition
Quiller Memorandum
Room Service
Simon-King of Witches
Texican
Under the Yum Yum Tree
Victory Through Air Power
Wild Bunch
X-The Unknown
Yulee's Gold
Zotz!

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