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  1. Top favorite Westerns

    Being the new kid on the block, albeit a 49 year old kid, I wanted to post this list of what I consider my top favorite western movies so others can gauge my interests with theirs.... 10/10 Broken Lance (1954) Firecreek (1968) Last Train from Gun Hill (1959) The Tin Star (1957) Gunman's Walk (1958) Jesse James (1939) Warlock (1959) Winchester '73 (1950) The Ox-Bow Incident (1943) The Naked Spur (1953) Yellow Sky (1948) The Westerner (1940) Fort Apache (1948) The Proud Rebel (1958) The Outlaw Josey Wales (1976) Open Range (2003) Destry Rides Again (1939) Hang 'Em High (1968) 3:10 to Yuma (1957) The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance (1962) Stagecoach (1939) Shane (1953) Rawhide (1951) The Magnificent Seven (1960) Unforgiven (1992) High Noon (1952) 9/10 Will Penny (1967) The Shepherd of the Hills (1941) White Feather (1955) The Night of the Grizzly (1966) She Wore a Yellow Ribbon (1949) Jubal (1956) The Man from Laramie (1955) Lonesome Dove (1989) The Good, the Bad and the Ugly (1966) Tombstone (1993) Dances with Wolves (1990) 8/10 Dodge City (1939) Tall in the Saddle (1944) The Violent Men (1955) Cahill U.S. Marshal (1973) The Bravados (1958) They Died with Their Boots On (1941) Broken Trail (2006) The Gunfighter (1950) Gunfight at the O.K. Corral (1957) Bend of the River (1952) Hondo (1953) Rio Grande (1950) The Unforgiven (1960) The Sheepman (1958) 100 Rifles (1969) The Fastest Gun Alive (1956) True Grit (1969) Jeremiah Johnson (1972) Wyatt Earp (1994) Red River (1948) Only the Valiant (1951) The Lonely Man (1957) Vengeance Valley (1951) The Proud Ones (1956) Once Upon a Time in the West (1968) No Name on the Bullet (1959) The Quiet Gun (1957) 7/10 The Stalking Moon (1968) The Law and Jake Wade (1958) Night Passage (1957) The Hanging Tree (1959) Ride in the Whirlwind (1966) Comanche Station (1960) The Last Sunset (1961) Seven Men from Now (1956) Ride Lonesome (1959) Man from Del Rio (1956) The Far Country (1954) Valdez Is Coming (1971) They Rode West (1954) Ride the High Country (1962) Fort Massacre (1958) Hombre (1967) Man of the West (1958) The Undefeated (1969) The Halliday Brand (1957) Hangman's Knot (1952) The Lawless Breed (1952) Support Your Local Sheriff! (1969) Two Mules for Sister Sara (1970) The Professionals (1966) The Searchers (1956) High Plains Drifter (1973) How the West Was Won (1962) Pale Rider (1985) Monte Walsh (2003) Along Came Jones (1945) The Duel at Silver Creek (1952) Wagon Master (1950) The Shootist (1976) Escape from Fort Bravo (1953) The Virginian (2000) From Hell to Texas (1958) Gun Fury (1953) The Tall T (1957) Tumbleweed (1953) Man in the Saddle (1951) Six Black Horses (1962) Four Guns to the Border (1954) Wichita (1955) Pony Express (1953) War Paint (1953) 40 Guns to Apache Pass (1966) Fury at Showdown (1957) Horizons West (1952) The Quick Gun (1964) Day of the Badman (1958) War Arrow (1953) Gun Glory (1957) Ride, Vaquero! (1953) Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid (1969) A Fistful of Dollars (1964) Tomahawk Trail (1957) Escort West (1958) Wild Heritage (1958) For a Few Dollars More (1965) Return of the Gunfighter (1967) Apache Territory (1958) The Lone Hand (1953) Stranger on the Run (1967) Warpath (1951) Drango (1957)
  2. New Classic Film Blog

    Hello all! I am new to the message boards and I am excited to partake in classic film discussions of all kinds! I just started a classic film blog two weeks ago, and I am very interested in any feedback or ideas that fellow classic film lovers have. I currently have written about 9 or 10 movies. I know I need to upgrade it in terms of graphics, etc., but I will do that in time. Thanks very much! https://charsmoviereviews.wordpress.com/
  3. Hello, I thought that I've been on the games and trivia forum long enough to start a thread. I'm Canadian, and thought I'd start a trivia thread about Canadian movie artists. Whether they have always been Canadian, were born in Canada, or were born in other countries and later became a Canadian citizen, these all qualify for this category. I'll start with the first question: What actor born in Montreal in the year 1931 moved to Ontario to perform at the Royal Shakespeare Company before moving to Hollywood in movies and later television is a Canadian who has never gotten American citizenship?
  4. Bollywood news

    Here we are sharing latest news updates of highest grossing Bollywood movies 2016 with all of you. Also we are providing movies review. http://www.ilubilu.com/top-10-highest-grossing-bollywood-movies-2016-list.html
  5. I am a big Hitchcock fan. I've seen nearly all of his movies, including titles that you never think of off the top of your head. What are your favourite Hitchcock movies, artists, sub-genres, movies with frequent stars, movies based upon books, and really any aspect of Hitchcock in general? I'll start with his most frequent male stars and my favourite movie of all time. Then I'll look at different aspects on different days so that it is a long running thread but not one where I am posting several pots in one day with no replies in between etc. My favourite Hitchcock movie of all time is Rear Window. He worked with two male stars 4 times each - James Stewart and Cary Grant James Stewart 4 Movies: Rear Window is my favourite. Cary Grant 4 movies: North By Northwest is my favourite. Among character actors, Hitchcock made the most movies with Leo G. Carroll. My favourite of his collaborations with Hitchcock is Spellbound.
  6. Hello, everyone. I am starting this thread to talk about an ancestor of mine and the adaptations of his writing. I am descended from the *brother* of Rudyard Kipling on my mother's side. I try to see every adaption of his writing. My favourite poem of his is "If" which he wrote for his son. It always makes me cry when I read it. My favourite movie of his work is Gunga Din. My favourite version of The Jungle Book is the animated Disney movie. What are your favourite Rudyard Kipling adapted movies and television?
  7. Favorite Siblings and Their Movies

    There are a lot of Hollywood families in the movie industry. Usually when the relationships are parent and child, they have the same surname. Siblings quite often don't, especially during the studio system era when you were given new names. What siblings do you admire their work. Are you familiar with all members of a family, or do you prefer one over the other? What are your favourite films of theirs? I am a fan of both Joan Fontaine and Olivia DeHaviland I love all Barrymore siblings with a preference for lionel I am a fan of both James Arness and Peter Graves I am more of a fan of Dana Andrews than Steve Forrest.
  8. What are your favourite movies and television titles from the work of Edgar Allen Poe. I love The Tell Tale Heart. I enjoy The Raven. There is a wonderful movie about him starring Joseph Cotton as Poe before he was famous called The Man With a cloak. A lot of his movies have been made into horror films that are a bit too gory for my taste, but he is a wonderful writer.
  9. Hello, because many of the American and some of the Canadian posters are focused upon the upcoming election in the US, a lot of us who want to talk about movies are finding that we are having a hard time getting new people to join our threads. This thread is created with this in mind. This thread is to talk about the movies made about politicians who are real life and how well they are made. ALL THE PRESIDENT'S MEN is my favourite as it is a suspense film. Lincoln is a favourite subject of movies, as is FDR, and JFK. I have yet to see All The King's Men, but it has long been on my to-see list. What movies do you admire made about politicians?
  10. http://www.ultimatemovierankings.com/film-noir-movies/ Many thanks to ClassicMovieRankings for completing my requested page for Film Noir on his Ultimate Movie Rankings website. I love it Bruce. I have seen 186 movies listed with plenty on my to-see list. What an Easter present for me.
  11. AFI Top 100 Movies Page

    http://www.ultimatemovierankings.com/afi-top-100-movies/ ClassicMovieRankings has completed a request for a page ranking AFI's Top 100 movies. I have seen 74 of them. CMR has seen 100 of them.
  12. Movies That Cheer You Up

    MOVIES WHICH CHEER YOU UP: The Thin Man is about to start in half an hour. I love this film and it always cheers me up. What are other movies which cheer you up after a hard day?
  13. Lillian Gish movies

    Hello everyone. ClassicMovieRankings hasn't been TCM forums in a few days, but I wanted to let people know who are fans of Lillian Gish that he completed her page: http://www.ultimatemovierankings.com/lillian-gish-movies/comment-page-1/#comment-17319 It is his quest to do all 50 AFI legends. He now has only Mary Pickford and Buster Keaton to complete this 5 year goal. He would love to publish a book on all 50 of them depending upon costs. My favourite Lillian Gish movie is The Night of the Hunter. I've seen some movies from her early career, and some of her television appearances. Lillian Gish lovers will enjoy this page.
  14. I know I may get some flack for this, but I find it extremely depressing to go on to this website for TURNER CLASSIC MOVIES, and have it totally overrun -off-topic forum I grant you that - by topics about elections (Canada just went through one), and various hot button issues. I press 'new content since my last visit" and everything is mostly totally political. I stopped watching everything that had commercials and avoided everything online during that time when I wanted to relax. If a movie is about politics, I'm quite happy to talk about politics in reference to how that movie looks at issues such as the recent movie The Big Short. That movie made me thrilled that I do not actually live in Vancouver. But I already get enough depressing news on the news channels, the newspaper, online about environment disasters I go on this site to talk about movies, artists, anything to do with the movie industry at all. It is only February. November is a long way a way in my mind in regards to this website being able to keep up with threads that are about movies/non-politics. For the record, I am Canadian. I live in British Columbia. I watch movies, listen to music, sing in choirs, devote my life to my cat all in an attempt to avoid going crazy about what's on news channels. My mother is a Canadian, my late father was an American. My parents were different religions. I have nine European countries in my ancestry, one of which is Italian -1/4. I watch gangster movies from the studio system era, but not ones made since the code ended. In other words, I am one of the people of Italian descent who has never seen any of the Godfather movies and cannot stand the thought of watching them. Forgive me my rant.....Where I live we used to have the best drinking water in the country. One pipeline disaster ..... Must live in my fantasy world of movies made before I was born...............
  15. greta garbo

    why is it that TCM takes so long to show her films and when they do, they are at very bad hours. however, i see that on may 2nd they will be showing as an essential no less, Ninotchka and then Anna Christie which they nver show and they will also show Queen Christina which was way ahead of its time in content, watch the film and see what i mean, anyway thank you TCM for this nice treat, keep up the good work, incidentally i am sick of seeing Gaslight it is a good film but really every other week it is on.......and correct me if i am wrong but Bergman does not create much interest today, lots of young people do not even know who she is, but they know Garbo!
  16. Hey all! Earlier this year, Harry Belafonte was slated to receive the Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award, an honorary Oscar, at the Governor's Awards ceremony. The event took place on Nov. 8th, and I wanted to share the video links to his acceptance speech. Listen to the whole thing, if you can; it's worth it. I'm constantly floored by the carriage and presence of this man (not to mention I found him DEVASTATINGLY handsome). He serves as a prime example of one who believes in using their platform to positively impact others. I'm glad to see that he received it, although I do believe that he, like many, should have won an Oscar competitively long before now. Enjoy, my fellow classic movie lovers!
  17. Initially one of the items on my bucket list (I actually have one) was to watch every picture that has won the "Best Picture (Production)" award from the Academy. I have now watched 82 of 86 of them. Now that I have come close to achieving my goal, I have started watching every movie ever nominated for the "Best Picture" award. I have created a spread sheet and am actively working to watch all 512 movies. I am wondering if anyone out there as done this. I have been working on it since approximately January, 2014, and have around 140 more movies to watch. I would love to be able to discuss this "quest" with anyone who is also doing this or has achieved this. Please respond and I will definitely get back to you! Thanks!
  18. Piper Laurie will be attending the 2014 Mid-Atlantic Nostalgia Convention September 18-20, 2014 in Hunt Valley, MD. The convention will also include many other exciting movie stars signing autographs and posing for photos. There will be vendors, seminars, and a movie room as well. Anyone that is interested in attending this event can find further details at:midatlanticnostalgiaconvention.com Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/mid.convention
  19. Susan Hayward - Superstar

    I enjoyed watching Robert Osborne interview Robert Wagner before the showing of "With a Song in my Hear." My favorite part was when R.O. said that this movie made Susan Hayward a superstar. I never heard R.O. refer to her with that status before. It was also nice when R.W. referred to her as a great lady. RIP Susan - we remember the 50s.

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