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Horror films I consider great classics of the 20th century

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What are your favorite movies?
Favorite films made in Glorious Technicolor by year:

1935
Becky Sharp

1936
The Trail Of The Lonesome Pine

1937
Nothing Sacred
Snow White & The Seven Dwarfs

1938
The Adventures Of Robin Hood
The Adventures Of Tom Sawyer
The Divorce Of Lady X
Gold Is Where You Find It
Sweethearts

1939
Dodge City
Drums Along The Mohawk
Gone With The Wind
Gulliver's Travels
The Little Princess
The Wizard Of Oz

1940
The Blue Bird
Down Argentine Way
Fantasia
Northwest Passage
Pinocchio

1941
Blossoms In The Dust
Dumbo
Moon Over Miami
Mr. Bug Goes To Town
Week-End In Havana

1942
Bambi
The Black Swan
My Gal Sal
Springtime In The Rockies

1943
Du Barry Was A Lady
The Gang's All Here
Heaven Can Wait
Lassie Come Home
My Friend Flicka

1944
Bathing Beauty
Kismet
Meet Me In St. Louis
National Velvet

1945
Anchors Aweigh
Diamond Horseshoe
The Dolly Sisters
Leave Her To Heaven
The Spanish Main
State Fair
The Three Caballeros
Thrill Of A Romance
Thunderhead: Son Of Flicka
Wonder Man
Yolanda & The Thief
Ziegfeld Follies

1946
Blue Skies
The Harvey Girls
Holiday In Mexico
The Jolson Story
Make Mine Music
Night & Day
Song Of The South
Till The Clouds Roll By
The Yearling

1947
Fun & Fancy Free
Good News
I Wonder Who's Kissing Her Now
Mother Wore Tights
My Wild Irish Rose
Sinbad The Sailor
This Time For Keeps

1948
The Boy With Green Hair
A Date With Judy
Easter Parade
Melody Time
On An Island With You
The Pirate
The Red Shoes
Romance On The High Seas
Rope
The Three Musketeers
When My Baby Smiles At Me
Words & Music

1949
The Adventures Of Ichabod & Mr. Toad
The Barkleys Of Broadway
In The Good Old Summertime
Little Women
Neptune's Daughter
On The Town
Samson & Delilah
She Wore A Yellow Ribbon
So Dear To My Heart
Take Me Out To The Ball Game
That Midnight Kiss

1950
Annie Get Your Gun
Cinderella
The Happy Years
My Blue Heaven
Nancy Goes To Rio
Pagan Love Song
Summer Stock
Tea For Two
Three Little Words
The Toast Of New Orleans
Treasure Island
Two Weeks With Love

1951
Alice In Wonderland
An American In Paris
The Great Caruso
Lullaby Of Broadway
On Moonlight Bay
Quo Vadis
Rich, Young, & Pretty
Royal Wedding
Show Boat

1952
Because You're Mine
The Greatest Show On Earth
Hans Christian Andersen
Ivanhoe
Lovely To Look At
The Merry Widow
Million Dollar Mermaid
Plymouth Adventure
The Prisoner Of Zenda
The Quiet Man
Rancho Notorious
Scaramouche
Singin' In The Rain
The Story Of Robin Hood & His Merrie Men
With A Song In My Heart

1953
The Band Wagon
By The Light Of The Silvery Moon
Calamity Jane
Call Me Madam
Dangerous When Wet
The Desert Song
Gentlemen Prefer Blondes
The Girl Next Door
Give A Girl A Break
Latin Lovers
The Naked Spur
Niagara
Peter Pan
Rob Roy: The Highland Rogue
Shane
Small Town Girl
The Sword & The Rose
The War Of The Worlds
Who are your favorite stars?
Judy Garland mostly!
Who are your favorite directors?
Tim Burton, Vincente Minnelli, Steven Spielberg, John Waters
About Me: Tell us about yourself/or your love for classic movies
Here's a list of all my favorite films:
http://www.imdb.com/list/RhW0rejaziY/
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At 11:57am on January 10, 2014, William said…

Hi,       And welcome to  G.A.O.H.  This is a really great site witha lot of good people

and interesting facts..Take care and God Bless.....

At 12:19am on March 3, 2013, The Giant said…

Hi. THE BIG PARADE DVD and Blu-ray isn't out yet. It will be released before the end of the year. Probably between September and December. Likely November, for Armistice Day. I hope it's out sooner, or at least plays on TCM earlier than that, but it's rather doubtful. I didn't see it listed on the advance Memorial Day Weekend schedule, but I have not looked at the May slate in depth yet either.

At 11:25pm on September 13, 2010, Catherine said…
Thanks for playing the game Josh! #1 isn't Crawford (almost everyone this it is!) and you got Powell correct - hope you try a few more!

At 3:27pm on July 2, 2010, Abdullah aka Chuck said…
Have a great birthday!

At 12:53pm on January 10, 2010, Tina H. said…
Happy New Year Josh.
At 4:49pm on December 25, 2009, Christopher said…
Merry Christmas friend! :o)
At 12:40am on August 8, 2009, Tina H. said…
No, I have never seen the silent version of Peter Pan, but I have heard of it.
At 8:35pm on July 21, 2009, Juliette Faraone said…
Yeah, when Dorothy had the "glamourous" hair style, right? :)
At 5:19pm on July 21, 2009, Juliette Faraone said…

At 11:59pm on July 17, 2009, Tina H. said…

 
 
 

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