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"Don't let them get away!"

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FATTY JOINS THE FORCE (1913)

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ABBOTT AND COSTELLO MEET THE KEYSTONE KOPS (1955)

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The Dukes of Hazzard

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Freebie and the Bean  Related image

A Hard Day's Night  Related image

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LGBT love stories

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MAURICE (1987)
BROKEBACK MOUNTAIN (2005)
CARMEN & LOLA (2018)

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Blue Is the Warmest Color

Better Than Chocolate

Beautiful Thing

Billy's Hollywood Screen Kiss

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BEGINNERS

BROKEBACK MOUNTAIN

MY BEAUTIFUL LAUNDRETTE

LONGTIME COMPANION

CAROL

DEATH IN VENICE

DOG DAY AFTERNOON

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Someone slept for awhile

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SLEEPING BEAUTY (1959)
REVERSAL OF FORTUNE (1990)

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Just wanted to take a moment to say how much I appreciate the replies on this thread. 

It's fun to read the different examples that are mentioned each day.

I try to create interesting categories. But what's more interesting is how each person puts their own spin on it, and how it reflects their love of classic film.

Thank you!

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3 hours ago, TopBilled said:

Just wanted to take a moment to say how much I appreciate the replies on this thread. 

It's fun to read the different examples that are mentioned each day.

I try to create interesting categories. But what's more interesting is how each person puts their own spin on it, and how it reflects their love of classic film.

Thank you!

I like this thread for the same reasons. I also like to avoid the obvious.

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INCEPTION

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2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY

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PLANET OF THE APES

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FANTASTIC VOYAGE

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BAMBI

And the hybernating bears in MUPPETS TAKE MANHATTAN -- "How do they do it?"

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Influential leaders

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SUNRISE AT CAMPOBELLO (1960)
THE SHOES OF THE FISHERMAN (1968)
NORMA RAE (1979)
GANDHI (1982)

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GOOD NIGHT, AND GOOD LUCK

INVICTUS

TENNESSEE JOHNSON

MAGNIFICENT DOLL

SISTER KENNY

SELMA

MILK

TWELVE O'CLOCK HIGH

PATHS OF GLORY

SPARTACUS

MADE IN DAGENHAM

SILKWOOD

JOHN ADAMS (HBO SERIES)

 

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PT 109

 Malcolm X

 Nurse Edith Cavell

The Miracle Worker

Joan of Arc( Ingrid Bergman)

Michael Collins

Reds

Napoleon( Abel Gance )

Lawrence of Arabia

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WARM SPRINGS

THE LADY WITH A LAMP

THE TEN COMMANDMENTS

ELIZABETH R (UK MINI-SERIES ON PBS)

BRAVEHEART

LINCOLN

PATTON

STAND AND DELIVER

THE GIRL IN WHITE

 

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