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Have you seen these 10 classic films..?


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Thanks everyone for your comments each day. It's always a pleasure to read your thoughts.

Here's the Cheat Sheet:

91. CITY LIGHTS (1931) with Charlie Chaplin & Virginia Cherrill.

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92. SINCE YOU WENT AWAY (1944) with Shirley Temple, Claudette Colbert & Jennifer Jones.

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93. CHRISTMAS IN CONNECTICUT (1945) with Barbara Stanwyck & S.Z. Sakall.

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94. THE MAN WHO WATCHED TRAINS GO BY (1952) with Claude Rains.

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95. SUDDEN FEAR (1952) with Joan Crawford.

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96. THE UNSINKABLE MOLLY BROWN (1964) with Debbie Reynolds & Harve Presnell.

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97. BARBARELLA (1968) with Jane Fonda.

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98. LOGAN'S RUN (1976) with Michael York & Jenny Agutter.

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99. THE ACCUSED (1988) with Jodie Foster.

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100. MEET JOE BLACK (1998) with Anthony Hopkins & Brad Pitt.

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3 minutes ago, LawrenceA said:

I don't know what #102 or #106 are, but I've seen the others.

Happy Thanksgiving Larry. Let's see...that's Ethel Barrymore in #102...and then we have Chuck Connors & Stella Stevens in #106. TCM has aired #106, though it's been awhile.

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101. THE PUBLIC ENEMY (1931) with Mae Clarke & James Cagney.

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102. THE SPIRAL STAIRCASE (1946) with Ethel Barrymore.

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103. MY COUSIN RACHEL (1952) with Richard Burton & Olivia de Havilland.

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104. THE DELICATE DELINQUENT (1957) with Jerry Lewis.

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105. DAY OF THE OUTLAW (1959) with Burl Ives & Robert Ryan.

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106. SYNANON (1965) with Chuck Connors & Stella Stevens.

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107. 2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY (1968) with Keir Dullea.

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108. SCROOGE (1970) with Albert Finney.

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109. NORMA RAE (1979) with Sally Field.

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110. DRIVING MISS DAISY (1989) with Morgan Freeman & Jessica Tandy.

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Well BETH, it's just part of the sad fact that despite how many people( and in some cases misguided) think they're good, many of the movies adapted from Stephen King novels do those novels any justice.  IMHO, a couple I can name are THE SHINING( '80) and THE DEAD ZONE('83).  I've never read MISERY, so I'll take your word on that.  :)

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I thought the original SALEM'S LOT TV mini-series was pretty spooky (though again it does take liberties with the book as well).

I guess it depends on how one views a movie's changes from the book it's based on, whether it's good or bad. I love THE SHINING despite Kubrick's many changes from the original book, and THE DEAD ZONE is an excellent adaptation as well even if it did leave out a lot of stuff from King's original story.

THE SHAWSHANK REDEMPTION is a rare exception where I actually prefer the movie to the original short story it was based on (though I did like the King's version as well). THE GREEN MILE was also a pretty solid adaptation as well.

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111. LADY BY CHOICE (1934) with Carole Lombard & May Robson.

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112. THE WAR AGAINST MRS. HADLEY (1942) with Fay Bainter.

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113. PHANTOM OF THE OPERA (1943) with Claude Rains.

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114. TOMAHAWK (1951) with Yvonne De Carlo & Van Heflin.

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115. TOUCH OF EVIL (1958) with Orson Welles & Marlene Dietrich.

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116. ROMEO AND JULIET (1968) with Leonard Whiting & Olivia Hussey.

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117. THE CASSANDRA CROSSING (1976) with Martin Sheen, Sophia Loren & Richard Harris.

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118. COAL MINER'S DAUGHTER (1980) with Sissy Spacek.

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119. MY LEFT FOOT (1989) with Daniel Day-Lewis.

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120. MISERY (1990) with Kathy Bates.

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4 hours ago, cigarjoe said:

Haven't seen

111. LADY BY CHOICE (1934) with Carole Lombard & May Robson.

112. THE WAR AGAINST MRS. HADLEY (1942) with Fay Bainter.

114. TOMAHAWK (1951) with Yvonne De Carlo & Van Heflin.

I believe TOMAHAWK was filmed on location in South Dakota. The scenery is amazing. Rock Hudson has a supporting role, and during production, he and De Carlo became lifelong friends. She bought some horses when she was there, which she transported back to California.

There's a great scene where she races a horse at high speed across the plains. No stunt woman required. She did it all herself, in one long take.

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3 minutes ago, Bethluvsfilms said:

Out of all of them, I can't get enough of 122. I avoid 130 like the plague whenever it comes on TV, however.

The rest, while I wouldn't consider them classics, I still like to catch once in a while when I'm in the mood.

Surprised you don't consider #121 a classic.

What do you dislike about #130?

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