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  1. I hope TCM airs this film one day. I would love to see it. It looks as good as The Jazz Singer.
  2. I would really love to see this! It looks as good as The Jazz Singer.
  3. I would love to see this film. It looks as interesting as Cabin In The Sky and Carmen Jones.
  4. It's been awhile since I posted here since I been posting on the Judy Garland message board I love so many films so I just say one from each decade 1920s: The Jazz Singer 1930s: Gone With The Wind 1940s: Citizen Kane 1950s: Singin; In The Rain 1960s: The Sound Of Music 1970s: Cabaret 1980s: Back To The Future 1990s: Titanic 2000s: Harry Potter & The Sorcerer's Stone
  5. I decided to instead of replacing films, I just add films and make it 200 films.
  6. I just made another pathetic replacement on my list. I replaced On The Beach (1959) with Yellow Submarine (1968).
  7. I don't think a list will be complete. You might be like me and keep replacing one films with another. I just did another replacement on my list. I replaced House Of Ushers with The Jolson Story.
  8. Hopefully this is the last time I do a replacement on my list. I just replace Alexander's Ragtime Band with The Paradine Case.
  9. I also replaced State Fair with Ferris Bueller's Day Off.
  10. Warner Brothers should of never cut the film! Seeing the parts with only photograph and not a film puts me off track! It ruins the movie's consistency! And on a side note: Judy should of won the Oscar for Best Actress!
  11. > {quote:title=butterscotchgreer wrote:}{quote} > okey dokey, in no order...... > > Hello, Dolly! > > Fiddler on the Roof > > Thoroughly Modern Millie > > A Star is Born (1954) > > Gone With the Wind > > My Fair Lady > > Out of Africa > > The Sound of Music I seen A Star Is Born and The Sound Of Music and those are under 3 hours long. But probably A Star Is Born was originally over 3 hours long before Warner slaughtered it.
  12. I recently replaced 2 of the films on my list (Kitty Foyle and My Friend Flicka) with Freaks (1932) and Hairspray (1988).
  13. The following silent films are my favorites and I consider them the greatest films ever: Peter Pan (1924) The Lost World (1925) [i'm currently watching it for the first time] The Phantom Of The Opera (1925) The Black Pirate (1926) Metropolis (1927)
  14. Mine are The Great Ziegfeld (1936), Gone With The Wind (1939), Giant (1956), and Titanic (1997).
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