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#113737 04/22/02 11:52 PM
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I'd have to say one of my favorite Sci Fi/Fantasy/Horro movies would be The Fog. Although I didn't originally see it when it came out, actually, about 5-6 years ago, I really liked it. It was a classic horror flick.

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#113738 04/23/02 10:35 AM
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Favorite of all time? I think it would be a tossup between Ladyhawke and Labryinth. Or maybe Logan's Run... these are all movies I could watch countless times. I have them all on tape, so I can!

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Is Grease a classic?

#113740 04/24/02 10:39 AM
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Definitely - Grease is classic! It's darn near 25 years old now! (Sorry - didn't mean to make anyone feel decrepit).

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Originally posted by Lori Holuta:
[qb]Definitely - Grease is classic! It's darn near 25 years old now! (Sorry - didn't mean to make anyone feel decrepit).[/qb]
Turned 29 on Monday so I am getting there... yes, I know some will say that is young. Some days, yes, others I doubt if I am 29 or 89.

#113742 04/26/02 10:57 PM
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If we go by ones I've watched the most, then it's things like Grease, Star Wars, Highlander, Conan (I love the music), Fiddler on the Roof, Hamlet (Mel Gibson) ...


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One of my favorites is Now Voyager with Bette Davis.


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#113744 05/03/02 01:26 PM
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My all-time favorite classic move has to be "Gone With The Wind"!

#113745 12/29/04 01:44 PM
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Casablanca.... never gets old...


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#113746 12/29/04 01:45 PM
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Anyone else? or did this thread die? boo-hoo!


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#113747 12/30/04 09:43 AM
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Hi, Stephanie! This time of year we have a bunch of classics that we watch, every year. It's a Wonderful Life, with Jimmy Stewart; Scrooge with Bill Murray; Christmas Vacation with Chevy Chase. There are others but my mind is blank and I don't feel like getting up and looking at our video collection. LOL

Our 32 year old daughter and 2 grandkids played in It's a Wonderful Life this Christmas at a local theatre. It was great to see it performed live, but we came home and still watched the classic!

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El Cid, War and Peace, Gone With the Wind, Casablanca, All Quiet On The Western Front
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#113749 12/30/04 07:25 PM
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I should have added "Imitation Of Life"
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I like "Citzen Kane". Also like "To Catch a Thief", "The Philadelphia Story", " Arsenic and Old Lace", "Pillow Talk" to name a few.

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All My Sons Starring Edward G. Robinson and Burt Lancaster

It's based on Arthur Miller's first play.

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Three of my favorite must-see classics:

To Kill a Mockingbird (Gregory Peck, Robert Duvall)

Rear Window (Jimmy Stewart, Grace Kelly, Raymond Burr)

The Bad Seed (1956 original only, not the remakes... Patty McCormick, Nancy Kelly)

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Three of my favorite must-see classics:

The Bad Seed (1956 original only, not the remakes... Patty McCormick, Nancy Kelly)


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#113754 02/16/05 02:45 AM
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Anatomy of a Murder
Casablanca
Treasue of The Sierra Madre
GWTW
Oliver!
Mildred Pierce
It Happened One Night
The African Queen

Oh-- just too many more to mention! I am a classic movie freak!

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Mine would have to be FROM RUSSIA WITH LOVE, because Sean is such a BABE in it!

#113756 03/06/05 02:55 PM
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My fav movie of all time is Pilliow Talk, My Fair Lady, Adams Rib, Gone with the wind, Three Coins in the foundtion and Bundle of Joy!


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"Gaslight" with Ingrid Bergman
"Wizard of Oz"
"I Want to Live!" with Susan Hayward.
"I'll Cry Tomorrow," "
"Bringing Up Baby" with Kate Hepburn and Cary Grant
"Mary Poppins."

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I guess I have to say it would be one of the following, assuming "classic" to be prior to 1970?

To Kill a Mockingbird
All Quiet on the Western Front
Anatomy of a Murder
In the Heat of the Night
Dr. Strangelove


Runners up include:

Spartacus
Key Largo
The Third Man
Casablanca
The Seventh Seale
12 Angry Men
Citizen Kane
Space Odysey 2001
Yojimbo as a double with Fistfull of Dollars

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Bringing up Baby just made it onto DVD!

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