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TCM does not say when any of their shorts will be on. The one I like the best, though I have not seen it lately, is called either 100 years of movies, or 100 years at the movies. First does any one know if will be shown again? Will they update it and maybe add more snip-it's to it? and is it available to purchase? If I see it, I like to see if I can name all of the movies.

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TCM broadcast "The 100 Years at the Movies" short at any given time between movies. I don't believe this short is available for sale. If you want to have this short for your own personal archive you will have to leave your recording device running on TCM and maybe they will broadcast it while you are recording their programming.

 

I was able to find a list of the films featured in the short. I hope this is helpful:

 

Opening Credits (sometimes through the number 100, like binoculars)

 

Serpentine Dance by Annabelle

Annabelle Butterfly dance

Sandow - the strong man

Glenroy Brothers - the boxing

In The Barber Shop

Seminary Girls - girls pillow fighting

The Great Train Robbery - cowboy looking directly at audience, pointing gun

Ben Hur - chariot race

Film unknown - foreign (Italian?) man looking up into camera

Musketeers of Pig Alley - Man in foreground, man in background, both looking at camera

Rescued from an Eagle's Nest - baby being carried by flying bird

Film unknown - three moving images on the screen at the same time, split into triangle view

Broken Blossoms - Lillian Gish with Chinese looking man (or woman

 

1915

 

The Birth of a Nation - soldier running up hill to plant flag in cannon

Intolerance - huge steps with giant statues

Kid Auto Races at Venice - looks like pinewood derby cars

The Rink - Chaplin skating around room and mixing drinks

The Immigrant - long table & whole room "shaking", two men behind table, Chaplin front

The Cure - Chaplin sliding around table to avoid masseuse

One AM - Chaplin hit by pendulum then slinking down stairs on his stomach

Safety Last - Harold Lloyd perilously hanging from large clock over street below

The General - Buster Keaton rides railroad wheel assembly "up and down" into tunnel

Cops - Keaton, being chased by cops into the street, grabs passing car to hitch getaway

Steamboat Bill, Jr. - store front falls over a standing Keaton

The Thief of Baghdad - Douglas Fairbanks bounding, bouncing away from pursuers

Amarilly of Clothes-Line Alley - Mary Pickford with hat on looking over fence

Mark of Zorro - man swinging up onto balcony, then leaping horse

Nanook of the North - Eskimo scene, with big knife

Film unknown - lady being placed on railroad tracks - Clara Bow film?

Film unknown - shot of Rin Tin Tin

Film unknown - shot of unknown woman

The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse - two people dancing, man in hat (cheek to cheek)

Love - Garbo & Gilbert dancing

 

1923

 

Greed - desert scene

Ben Hur - chariots race over the camera position

The Ten Commandments - water cascades on pursuers, the Red Sea is no longer parted

Wings - aerial combat scene with biplanes

The Crowd - scene of large endless office, full of desks

The Big Parade - Gilbert's convoy is leaving as his French girlfriend clings to the truck

Footlight Parade - marquee announces talking pictures, James Cagney says "what a laugh"

The Jazz Singer - Jolson singing, playing piano

Footlight Parade - Cagney character says "it's a fad"

 

1927

 

The Jazz Singer - Jolson singing

Scarface - Muni machine guns

The Public Enemy - Cagney smashes grapefruit in moll's face

Boys Town - Spencer Tracy lifting up Mickey Rooney

Gold Diggers of 1933 - blond chorus girls "shaking it"

Cimarron - sooner land rush

Little Caesar - Edward G. Robinson speaks "is this the end of Rico?"

Thin Man - man on bed punches dame, throws pillow at pistol man, rushes/tackles him

Way for a Sailor - Wallace Beery in fight against wall w/netting; possibly The Champ?

Gable blows smoke past blonde's face (this is NOT Red Dust)

Garbo and man (Gilbert?) face-to-face lighting their cigarettes with the ends touching

Film unknown - early Joan Crawford with hair dryer

She Done Him Wrong - Mae West says "Why don't you come up some time and see me?"

Grand Hotel - Garbo utters "I want to be alone."

Twentieth Century - Barrymore and Lombard in hotel room doorway closing

King Kong - grinning Ape

Frankenstein - "it's alive"

Tarzan the Ape Man - man swinging through trees, yelling "signature" call

Frankenstein - "it's alive, it's alive"

Dinner at Eight - Wallace Beery character says "shut up, shut up" to wife (Jean Harlow)

Frankenstein - "it's alive" then shot of table with the monster rising up towards the ceiling

 

1933

 

42nd Street - eye-like whole opens on stage, woman rises out of it, various stage scenes

Duck Soup - Groucho, in pajamas, dancing with self in mirror

Laurel & Hardy chasing a piano down some concrete stairs, it chases them?

David Copperfield - W.C. Fields character coming in through roof, "I have arrived!"

Duck Soup - pajama clothed Groucho twirling to a stop in front of mirror

 

1934

 

It Happened One Night - Claudette Colbert showing some leg to stop car for Gable

The Adventures of Robin Hood - merrimen jumping on horsebacks, Flynn swinging from tree

Lives of a Bengal Lancer - Indian Sheik riding horse, waving saber in "charge"

The Hunchback of Notre Dame - buckets of acid being poured by Quasimodo on peasants

A Night at the Opera - people falling out of room into hallway when door is opened?

Mutiny on the Bounty - Captain Bligh (Charles Laughton) accuses Christian "mutinous dog"

Red Dust - Mary Astor's character slaps Clark Gable's (character's) face

The Letter - Bette Davis' character descends stairs of house shooting gun

The Philadelphia Story - Cary Grant shoves Katharine Hepburn down through front door

Bringing Up Baby - dinosaur skeleton falls leaving Cary Grant holding Hepburn dangling

 

1936

 

San Francisco - earthquake, capital building collapses

The Good Earth - the locusts descend

San Francisco - more earthquake, water pipe breaks

Captains Courageous - Manuel (Spencer Tracy) gets caught up in collapsing mast & rope

Earthquake - little girl looks up

Film unknown - Gary Cooper looks over

Film unknown - James Stewart in suit, looks over - Mr. Smith Goes to Washington?

San Francisco - debris falling on person laying on ground

 

1939

 

Gone With the Wind - wounded soldier scene, Rhett/Gable takes Scarlett/Leigh up stairs

Now, Voyager - Paul Henreid lights two cigarettes, then hands one to Bette Davis

Goodbye, Mr. Chips - Greer Garson kisses Robert Donat goodbye as she boards train

The Postman Always Rings Twice - John Garfield kisses Lana Turner

Double Indemnity - Fred MacMurray kisses Barbara Stanwyck, "shut up baby"

Woman of the Year - Spencer Tracy notices Katharine Hepburn's legs entering office

 

1942

 

Casablanca - "here's looking at you kid", shot of Rick kissing Ilsa in office, earlier in film

To Have and Have Not - "its even better when you help"

Naughty Marietta - Blond in curls singing to seated man in white wig who then joins the song

Road to Morocco - Hope & Crosby in sailor caps singing?

Film unknown - Gene Kelly & Judy Garland smiling at bar, then dance turning in unison

The Little Colonel - Shirley Temple and black man dance up stairs together

Anchors Aweigh - Gene Kelly dancing with Jerry Mouse

Film unknown - the Nicholas Brothers dancing, doing the splits

Yankee Doodle Dandy - Cagney with straw hat strutting across stage

Flying Down to Rio - Fred (in tux) & Ginger (in white dress) dancing in starlit restaurant

An American in Paris - Gene Kelly and Leslie Caron dancing

Meet Me in St. Louis - Judy Garland & Margaret O'Brien, in straw hats & canes, dancing

Singin' in the Rain - Gene Kelly singing with umbrella, jumps onto light pole

Babes in Arms - Mickey Rooney clapping for Judy Garland

The Wizard of Oz - Dorothy and cast singing and skipping, backs turned, down road

The Maltese Falcon - Bogey utters "the, uh, stuff dreams are made of", stroking falcon

Film unknown - shot of Lena Horne singing

The Grapes of Wrath (1940) - Ma Joad trying on earrings then car going down the road

Citizen Kane - Orson Welles dancing, clapping with chorus girls

The Treasure of the Sierra Madre (1948) - Walter Huston dancing and slapping his knee

 

1946

 

It's a Wonderful Life - James Stewart running down Bedford Falls' main street

White Heat - Cagney speaks "top of the world, ma" followed by explosion

All About Eve - Bette Davis says "fasten your seat belts, it's going to be a bumpy night"

 

1948

 

Red River (1948) - Duke in chaps, walking down street, crowd parts for him, towards "us"

Scaramouche (1952) - brief clip of sword battle - Stewart Granger/Mel Ferrer on balcony edge

Film unknown - Man w/sword jumping off rock on beach to other man already lying on beach

Greatest Show on Earth - Man w/hands up looking at train, train hits, flips car off tracks

Shane - Alan Ladd shoots Jack Palance in bar

The Quiet Man - Maureen O'Hara slaps at John Wayne's face, hits hand instead

Sunset Boulevard - Gloria Swanson standing lit in the dark, cigarette burning in hand

Film unknown - Idol with fire in belly falling and crushing outdoor market in Egyptian times

Film unknown - color cavalry picture, horses in line, starting to charge - The Searchers?

Film unknown - B&W cavalry picture, riders on horses with flags charging to/over the camera

Ben-Hur - chariot race, Messala whipping at Charleton Heston

The Defiant Ones - Sydney Poitier on train reaching down, trying to grab Tony Curtis' hand

Ben-Hur - more chariot race, Heston catches whip

North by Northwest - Cary Grant in remote field, running from diving airplane

The Ten Commandments - Moses with staff parts the Red Sea

Ben-Hur - chariot with spiked wheel shown

Dial M for Murder - Grace Kelly struggles then stabs attacker with scissors in back

Ben-Hur - chariot collapses, Heston looks back

The Wild One - film opening, Brando motorcycle gang coming to town

 

1954

 

On the Waterfront - Brando speaking the immortalized "I coulda been some body"

The Misfits - Clark Gable struggling at end of rope with Marilyn Monroe fighting him to stop

Stalag 17 - William Holden, black eye, rising from cot in barracks

A Star is Born - Judy Garland (announcing she's Mrs. Norman Maine)

Mister Roberts - Henry Fonda on deck of ship in naval uniform

Giant - James Dean climbing oil tower

High Noon - high fading shot of Gary Cooper alone in street

A Place in the Sun - Elizabeth Taylor and Montgomery Clift up close and personal

From Here to Eternity - Burt Lancaster and Deborah Kerr rolling in the surf

To Catch A Thief - Grace Kelly and Cary Grant kissing causes fireworks

Breakfast at Tiffany's - Audrey Hepburn in hat, crying, holding Pekinese dog

Hud - Paul Newman in cowboy hat with cigarette in teeth and smiling, holding something

Pat and Mike - Spencer Tracy says "not much meat on her, but what there is, is choice"

The Asphalt Jungle - Marilyn Monroe looking tired, laying on a couch

Dr. No - Sean Connery (at card table?), lighting cigarette & saying "Bond, James Bond"

Love in the Afternoon - a smiling Audrey Hepburn, in her pajamas

True Grit - Rooster Cogburn (John Wayne) riding horse with reigns in mouth, shooting pistol

Doctor Zhivago - Omar Shariff smiling, entering room

 

1962

 

Lawrence of Arabia - Peter O'Toole admiring new set of white sheik clothes in sunset

A Hard Day's Night - Beatles fans going crazy, group on austere stage

Jailhouse Rock - Elvis shaking it

Lolita - Lolita laying on blanket in backyard wearing bikini, sunglasses and looking up

Dr. Strangelove - Slim Pickens riding a dropped warhead waving his cowboy hat "yee haw"

Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid - jumping off the cliff into the river "oh shiiiiii"

West Side Story - Jets, dancing, landing on pavement which bears gang's name in chalk

The Sound of Music - Julie Andrews singing, twirling on a high meadow in the Austria Alps

Psycho - close-up of Norman Bates looking up into the camera with his insane eyes

Funny Girl - BS singing on the front of a towboat heading out in New York Harbor

2001: A Space Odyssey - early man tosses a stick/weapon in the air, focus on the stick

The Great Escape - Steve McQueen pulling up to fence he'd like to jump with his motorcycle

 

1969

 

Easy Rider - Jack, Peter, and Dennis cruisin' down the highway on motorcycles, doing tricks

Guess Who's Coming to Dinner - Katharine Hepburn asking "guess who's coming to dinner?"

Rosemary's Baby - Ruth Gordon, outside the door, as seen from the security peephole

Easy Rider - Nicholson smiling

Woodstock - cheering crowds, as viewed from helicopter

M*A*S*H - flying army helicopter bearing MASH logo carrying patient on "dolly"

Patton - George C. Scott standing at parade rest with huge American Flag behind him

Midnight Cowboy - Jon Voight, donning cowboy hat, walking down the streets of NY smiling

Don't Look Back - Bob Dylan holding, dropping cue cards, view of deserted industrial plant

 

1972

 

The Godfather - Brando kisses Pacino, door closes on Keaton, Pacino drops gun/exits "bar"

Bonnie and Clyde - Warren Beatty (w/Faye Dunaway in background) saying "we rob banks"

The Godfather Part II - as boy, as young man (DeNiro), at end (Pacino) contemplating his life

Dog Day Afternoon - Pacino taunting police outside bank, yelling "Attica"

Taxi Driver - DeNiro saying "you talking to me"

Chinatown - Dunaway and Nicholson in bed

Taxi Driver - DeNiro saying "well I'm the only one here"

Saturday Night Fever - Travolta striking his infamous disco pose on dance floor

Airplane! - spoof of Travolta pose, jacket landing on Robert Hays

 

1976

 

Rocky - Stallone celebrating workout run on steps of Philadelphia library

The French Connection - Hackman driving fast, swerves to avoid woman with baby carriage

Play it again, Sam - Woody Allen ripping off coat, using hair dryer, flipping album out of case

The Exorcist - Linda Blair's demonic head spinning trick

Rocky Horror Picture Show - Tough guy in leather jacket spinning, Tim Curry watches

The Sting - Paul Newman giving the (wiping the bridge of his nose) signal

All the President's Men - Redford on the phone turning to see if anyone's looking

The Way We Were - Streisand kissing man whose back is to us

Nashville - Lili Tomlin sitting at table in restaurant

Klute - Jane Fonda close-up

Once Upon a Time in the West - shot of Henry Fonda's eyes

Star Wars - Princess Leia removing veil from hairdo, Harrison Ford celebrating

American Graffiti - MacKensie Phillips spraying car with shaving creme

Star Wars - enemy fighter approaching, Luke says "they're coming in too fast"

Apocalypse Now - gunner helicopters approaching beach

Jaws - opening scene of naked girl, swimming, getting pulled under by "Bruce"

The Black Stallion - shot of Kelly Reno on "the Black's" back, racing across the surf's edge

Network - Peter Finch extolling his viewers to "I want you to get up now"

Kramer vs. Kramer - Hoffman encouraging kid on bike

Network - Finch continues "I want you to get up right now"

Close Encounters of the Third Kind - large alien craft over top of Devil's Tower

Norma Rae - Sally Field holding up "UNION" sign

Network - "I'm mad as hell, and I'm not going to take it anymore!"

Turning Point - Ann Bancroft throwing a drink in Shirley MacLaine's face

 

1980

 

Raging Bull - DeNiro in ring, hands up in triumph

Terms of Endearment - Debra Winger running and jumping into Shirley MacLaine's arms

Amadeus - Beethoven, hands up having just finished conducting

Reds - Diane Keaton hugging Warren Beatty

Witness - Harrison Ford and Kelly McGillis share an innocent, yet knowing look

Tootsie - Hoffman in drag walking down a New York street?

Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan - Admiral James T. Kirk walking down corridor of Enterprise

The Right Stuff - astronauts walking seven abreast

Top Gun - Cruise and Edward high fiving, then shot of F-14

Raiders of the Lost Ark - Harrison Ford being chased by large ball

Ghostbusters - the three ghostbusters turning and firing their weapons in unison

Batman - flying, turning batplane

Terminator 2: Judgment Day - Robert Patrick's split head rejoining

Jurassic Park - Sam Neil and kids running alongside antelope like dinosaurs?

Dances with Wolves - Costner riding horseback with rifle chasing buffalo

JFK - Jacqueline Kennedy cradling JFK in back of car after he's been shot, Costner close-up

The Last Emperor - little boy emperor running to palace opening

The Killing Fields - shot of Haing Ngor's face, viewing swamp area

Moonstruck - Cher and Cage kissing

Driving Miss Daisy - Morgan Freeman chauffeuring Jessica Tandy

Sleepless in Seattle - Meg Ryan standing in street, Hanks standing in parking lot looking

Philadelphia - close-up of Hanks character, bald with legions, in the advance stages of AIDS

The Fugitive - unshaven Harrison Ford running in rain towards camera, mouth agape

Film unknown - Two black guys hugging each other

 

1994

 

Schindler's List - low shot of Liam Neeson's head, turning

 

Closing Credits (sometimes through the number 100, like binoculars)

 

Film unknown - Broadway trolley car

Ben Hur - chariot race, again

Film unknown - woman looking through window, raising right hand to glass

Queen Christina - Garbo laying forward

National Velvet - Elizabeth Taylor riding "the Pie", waving

Sergeant York - Gary Cooper licking finger, touching sight on gun

Gilda - Rita Hayworth's famous hair flip

The Bridge Over the River Kwai - Alec Guinness marching, leading POWs in formation

Seven Brides for Seven Brothers - guys leapfrogging towards girls on dance floor

Some Like It Hot - Lemmon and Curtis in drag, walking next to train

East of Eden - shot of James Dean

The Searchers - John Wayne cradling Natalie Wood

Love Story - Ali McGraw and Ryan O'Neal at table in front of window with winter outside

Oliver! - clip of "consider yourself, at home" song

Ghost - that offensive woman with the ridiculous name channeling

Home Alone - Macaulay Culkin at top of stairs saying "yes!"

E.T. - Elliott (with E.T. riding in the basket) flying his bicycle across an full moon set

Annabelle Butterfly Dance

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I'm almost positive that the scene where Joan Crawford is drying her hair is from Dance, Fools, Dance. There is a scene at the beginning of that movie (I think this is the movie) where Joan is having a party on a boat and everyone goes swimming in their undies and the scene right after that is her drying her hair in her cabin and talking to the guy who's her date (I don't think it's the leading man but I could be wrong.)

 

I think the Gable blowing smoke shot is from Possessed with Joan, also. It might be Susan Lenox, but I'm pretty sure it was one of the ones he's in with Joan.

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"Film unknown - three moving images on the screen at the same time, split into triangle view"

 

Is this Napoleon (Abel Gance, 1927)?

 

"Film unknown - James Stewart in suit, looks over - Mr. Smith Goes to Washington?"

 

I'm almost positive that it is from that film.

 

"Film unknown - Gene Kelly & Judy Garland smiling at bar, then dance turning in unison"

 

For Me and My Gal (1942), of course!

 

"Film unknown - shot of Lena Horne singing"

 

Probably Stormy Weather (1943).

 

"Film unknown - Idol with fire in belly falling and crushing outdoor market in Egyptian times"

 

Probably Samson and Delilah (1949).

 

"Film unknown - Two black guys hugging each other"

 

Those two black guys are Laurence Fishburne and Cuba Gooding, Jr. The film is Boyz N the Hood (1991).

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The shot of Lena Horne is her posing in front of a mirror, not singing. The shot is from the 1943 musical "Cabin In the Sky", the first Hollywood film directed by Vincente Minnelli. Ethel Waters, Eddie "Rochester" Anderson, Louis Armstrong, Duke Ellington and his Orchestra were also featured in this film.

 

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I received a couple of other updates via e-mail from thomas (THANKS!) who suggested that I post the latest here as well. Though we had another thread open on the subject in another folder, it's a long one that's mostly outdated (containing a lot of early attempts and some incorrect guesses;- ), and since this is the information folder after all, here it is:

 

Opening Credits (sometimes through the number 100, like binoculars)

 

Serpentine Dance by Annabelle

Annabelle Butterfly dance

Sandow - the strong man

Glenroy Brothers - the boxing

In The Barber Shop

Seminary Girls - girls pillow fighting

The Great Train Robbery - cowboy looking directly at audience, pointing gun

Ben Hur - chariot race

film unknown - foreign (Italian?) man looking up into camera

Musketeers of Pig Alley - Man in foreground, man in background, both looking at camera

Rescued from an Eagle's Nest - baby being carried by flying bird

film unknown - 3 moving images on the screen at the same time, split into triangle view

Broken Blossoms - Lillian Gish with Richard Barthelemess as chinaman

 

1915

 

The Birth of a Nation - soldier running up hill to plant flag in cannon

Intolerance - huge steps with giant statues

Kid Auto Races at Venice - looks like pinewood derby cars

The Rink - Chaplin skating around room and mixing drinks

Shanghaied - long table & whole room "shaking", two men behind table, Chaplin front

The Cure - Chaplin sliding around table to avoid masseuse

One AM - Chaplin hit by pendulum then slinking down stairs on his stomach

Safety Last - Harold Lloyd perilously hanging from large clock over street below

The General - Buster Keaton rides railroad wheel assembly "up and down" into tunnel

Cops - Keaton, being chased by cops into the street, grabs passing car to hitch getaway

Steamboat Bill, Jr. - store front falls over a standing Keaton

The Thief of Baghdad - Douglas Fairbanks bounding, bouncing away from pursuers

Little Annie Rooney - Mary Pickford with hat on looking over fence

Mark of Zorro - man swinging up onto balcony, then leaping horse

Nanook of the North - Eskimo scene, with big knife

film unknown - lady being placed on railroad tracks - Clara Bow film?

Clash of the Wolves? - shot of Rin Tin Tin

film unknown - shot of unknown woman

The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse - two people dancing, man in hat (cheek to cheek)

Love - Garbo & Gilbert dancing

 

1923

 

Greed - desert scene

Ben Hur - chariots race over the camera position

The Ten Commandments - water cascades over the pursuers, the Red Sea is no longer parted

Wings - aerial combat scene with biplanes

The Crowd - scene of large endless office, full of desks

The Big Parade - Gilbert's convoy is leaving as his French girlfriend clings to the truck

Footlight Parade - marquee announces talking pictures, James Cagney says "what a laugh"

The Jazz Singer - Jolson singing, playing piano

Footlight Parade - Cagney character says "it's a fad"

 

1927

 

The Jazz Singer - Jolson singing

Scarface - Muni machine guns

The Public Enemy - Cagney smashes grapefruit in moll's face

Boys Town - Spencer Tracy lifting up Mickey Rooney

Applause (1929) - blond chorus girls "shaking it"

Cimarron - sooner land rush

Little Caesar - Edward G. Robinson speaks "is this the end of Rico?"

Thin Man - man on bed punches dame, throws pillow at man w/pistol, he rushes & tackles him

Min and Bill - Wallace Beery fighting with Marie Dressler against a wall with netting

Dance, Fools, Dance - Gable blows smoke past blonde's face

film unknown - Garbo and Gilbert (?) face-to-face lighting cigarettes with ends touching

film unknown - early Joan Crawford with hair dryer

She Done Him Wrong - Mae West says "Why don't you come up some time and see me?"

Grand Hotel - Garbo utters "I want to be alone."

Twentieth Century - Barrymore and Lombard in hotel room doorway closing

King Kong - grinning Ape

Frankenstein - "it's alive"

Tarzan the Ape Man - man swinging through trees, yelling "signature" call

Frankenstein - "it's alive, it's alive"

Dinner at Eight - Wallace Beery character says "shut up, shut up" to wife (Jean Harlow)

Frankenstein - "it's alive" then shot of table with the monster rising up towards the ceiling

 

1933

 

Gold Diggers of 1933 - eye-like whole opens on stage, woman rises out of it

42nd Street - various stage scenes

Flying Down to Rio - six women dancing on the wings of an airplane

Duck Soup - Groucho, in pajamas, dancing with self in mirror

The Music Box - Laurel & Hardy chasing a piano down some concrete stairs, it chases them

David Copperfield - W.C. Fields character coming in through roof, "I have arrived!"

Duck Soup - pajama clothed Groucho twirling to a stop in front of mirror

 

1934

 

It Happened One Night - Claudette Colbert showing some leg to stop car for Gable

The Adventures of Robin Hood - merrimen jumping on horsebacks, Flynn swinging from tree

Gunga Din - Indian Sheik riding horse, waving saber in "charge"

The Hunchback of Notre Dame - buckets of acid being poured by Quasimodo on peasants

A Night at the Opera - people falling out of room into hallway when door is opened

Mutiny on the Bounty - Captain Bligh (Charles Laughton) accuses Christian "mutinous dog"

Red Dust - Mary Astor's character slaps Clark Gable's (character's) face

The Letter - Bette Davis' character descends stairs of house shooting gun

The Philadelphia Story - Cary Grant shoves Katharine Hepburn down through front door

Bringing Up Baby - dinosaur skeleton falls leaving Cary Grant holding Hepburn dangling

 

1936

 

San Francisco - earthquake, capital building collapses

The Good Earth - the locusts descend

San Francisco - more earthquake, water pipe breaks

Captains Courageous - Manuel (Spencer Tracy) gets caught up in collapsing mast & rope

San Francisco - earthquake, little girl looks up

Mr. Deeds Goes to Town - Gary Cooper looks over

Mr. Smith Goes to Washington - James Stewart in suit, looks over & up

San Francisco - debris falling on person laying on ground

 

1939

 

Gone With the Wind - scene of wounded soldiers, Rhett/Gable takes Scarlett/Leigh up the stairs

Now, Voyager - Paul Henreid lights two cigarettes, then hands one to Bette Davis

Goodbye, Mr. Chips - Greer Garson kisses Robert Donat goodbye as she boards train

The Postman Always Rings Twice - John Garfield kisses Lana Turner

Double Indemnity - Fred MacMurray kisses Barbara Stanwyck, "shut up baby"

Woman of the Year - Spencer Tracy notices Katharine Hepburn's legs entering office

 

1942

 

Casablanca - here's looking at you kid, then shot of Rick kissing Ilsa in his office, earlier in film

To Have and Have Not - "its even better when you help"

Naughty Marietta - Blond in curls singing to seated man in white wig who then joins the song

Road to Morocco - Hope & Crosby in sailor caps singing?

For Me and My Gal - Gene Kelly & Judy Garland smiling at bar, then dance turning in unison

The Little Colonel - Shirley Temple and black man dance up stairs together

Anchors Aweigh - Gene Kelly dancing with Jerry Mouse

Down Argentine Way - the Nicholas Brothers dancing, doing the splits

Yankee Doodle Dandy - Cagney with straw hat strutting across stage

Swing Time - Fred (in tux) & Ginger (in white dress) dancing in starlit restaurant

An American in Paris - Gene Kelly and Leslie Caron dancing

Meet Me in St. Louis - Judy Garland & Margaret O'Brien, in straw hats & canes, dancing

Singin' in the Rain - Gene Kelly singing with umbrella, jumps onto light pole

Babes in Arms - Mickey Rooney clapping for Judy Garland

The Wizard of Oz - Dorothy and cast singing and skipping, backs turned, down road

The Maltese Falcon - Bogey utters "the, uh, stuff dreams are made of", stroking falcon

Cabin in the Sky - shot of Lena Horne posing in mirror

The Grapes of Wrath (1940) - Ma Joad trying on earrings then car going down the road

Citizen Kane - Orson Welles dancing, clapping with chorus girls

The Treasure of the Sierra Madre (1948) - Walter Huston dancing and slapping his knee

 

1946

 

It's a Wonderful Life - James Stewart running down Bedford Falls' main street

White Heat - Cagney speaks "top of the world, ma" followed by explosion

All About Eve - Bette Davis says "fasten your seat belts, it's going to be a bumpy night"

 

1948

 

Red River (1948) - the Duke in chaps, walking down street, crowd parts for him, towards camera

Scaramouche (1952) - brief clip of sword battle - Stewart Granger/Mel Ferrer on balcony edge

Three Musketeers (1948) - Gene Kelly jumping down to beach to other man already lying there

Greatest Show on Earth - Man with hands up looking at train, train hits, flips car off the tracks

Shane - Alan Ladd shoots Jack Palance in bar

The Quiet Man - Maureen O'Hara slaps at John Wayne's face, hits hand instead

Sunset Boulevard - Gloria Swanson standing lit in the dark, cigarette burning in hand

Samson and Delilah - Idol with fire in belly falling, crushing outdoor market in Egyptian times

She Wore a Yellow Ribbon - cavalry picture in color, horses in line, then starting to charge

Fort Apache? - B&W cavalry picture, riders on horses with flags charging over camera

Ben-Hur - chariot race, Messala whipping at Charleton Heston

The Defiant Ones - Sydney Poitier on train reaching down, trying to grab Tony Curtis' hand

Ben-Hur - more chariot race, Heston catches whip

North by Northwest - Cary Grant in remote field, running from diving airplane

The Ten Commandments - Moses with staff parts the Red Sea

Ben-Hur - chariot with spiked wheel shown

Dial M for Murder - Grace Kelly struggles then stabs attacker with scissors in back

Ben-Hur - chariot collapses, Heston looks back

The Wild One - film opening, Brando motorcycle gang coming to town

 

1954

 

On the Waterfront - Brando speaking the immortalized "I coulda been some body"

The Misfits - Clark Gable struggling at end of rope with Marilyn Monroe fighting him to stop

Stalag 17 - William Holden, black eye, rising from cot in barracks

A Star is Born - Judy Garland (announcing she's Mrs. Norman Maine)

Mister Roberts - Henry Fonda on deck of ship in naval uniform

Giant - James Dean climbing oil tower

High Noon - high fading shot of Gary Cooper alone in street

A Place in the Sun - Elizabeth Taylor and Montgomery Clift up close and personal

From Here to Eternity - Burt Lancaster and Deborah Kerr rolling in the surf

To Catch A Thief - Grace Kelly and Cary Grant kissing causes fireworks

Funny Face - Audrey Hepburn in hat, crying, holding Pekinese dog

Hud - Paul Newman in cowboy hat with cigarette in teeth and smiling, holding something

Pat and Mike - Spencer Tracy about Kate "not much meat on her, but what there is, is choice"

The Asphalt Jungle - Marilyn Monroe looking tired, laying on a couch

Dr. No - Sean Connery sitting (at card table?), lighting cigarette & saying "Bond, James Bond"

Love in the Afternoon - a smiling Audrey Hepburn, in her pajamas

True Grit - Rooster Cogburn (John Wayne) riding horse with reigns in mouth, shooting pistol

Doctor Zhivago - Omar Shariff smiling, entering room

 

1962

 

Lawrence of Arabia - Peter O'Toole admiring new set of white sheik clothes in sunset

A Hard Day's Night - Beatles fans going crazy, group on austere stage

Jailhouse Rock - Elvis shaking it

Lolita - Lolita laying on blanket in backyard wearing bikini, sunglasses and looking up

Dr. Strangelove - Slim Pickens riding a dropped warhead waving his cowboy hat "yee haw"

Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid - jumping off the cliff into the river "oh shiiiiii"

West Side Story - the Jets, dancing, landing on pavement which bears their gang's name in chalk

The Sound of Music - Julie Andrews singing, twirling on a high meadow in the Austria Alps

Psycho - head shot close-up of Norman Bates looking up into the camera with his insane eyes

Funny Girl - BS singing on the front of a towboat heading out in New York Harbor

2001: A Space Odyssey - early man tosses a stick/weapon in the air, focus on the stick

The Great Escape - Steve McQueen pulling up to fence he'd like to jump with his motorcycle

 

1969

 

Easy Rider - Jack, Peter, and Dennis cruisin' down the highway on motorcycles, doing tricks

Guess Who's Coming to Dinner - Katharine Hepburn asking "guess who's coming to dinner?"

Rosemary's Baby - Ruth Gordon, outside the door, as seen from the security peephole

Easy Rider - Nicholson smiling

Woodstock - cheering crowds, as viewed from helicopter

M*A*S*H - flying army helicopter bearing MASH logo carrying patient on "dolly"

Patton - George C. Scott standing at parade rest with huge American Flag behind him

Midnight Cowboy - Jon Voight, donning cowboy hat, walking down the streets of NY smiling

Don't Look Back - Bob Dylan holding, dropping cue cards, view of deserted industrial plant

 

1972

 

The Godfather - Brando kissing Pacino, door closes on Keaton, Pacino drops gun & exits "bar"

Bonnie and Clyde - Warren Beatty (with Faye Dunaway in background) saying "we rob banks"

The Godfather Part II - as boy, as young man (DeNiro), at end (Pacino) contemplating his life

Dog Day Afternoon - Pacino taunting police outside bank, yelling "Attica"

Taxi Driver - DeNiro saying "you talking to me"

Chinatown - Dunaway and Nicholson in bed

Taxi Driver - DeNiro saying "well I'm the only one here"

Saturday Night Fever - Travolta striking his infamous disco pose on dance floor

Airplane! - spoof of Travolta pose, jacket landing on Robert Hays

 

1976

 

Rocky - Stallone celebrating workout run on steps of Philadelphia library

The French Connection - Hackman driving fast, swerves to avoid woman with baby carriage

Play It Again, Sam - Woody Allen ripping off coat, using hair dryer, flipping album out of case

The Exorcist - Linda Blair's demonic head spinning trick

Rocky Horror Picture Show - Tough guy in a motorcycle jacket spinning, Tim Curry looking on

The Sting - Paul Newman giving the (wiping the bridge of his nose) signal

All the President's Men - Robert Redford on the phone turning to see if anyone's looking at him

The Way We Were - Streisand kissing man whose back is to us

Nashville - Lili Tomlin sitting at table in restaurant

Klute - Jane Fonda close-up

Once Upon a Time in the West - shot of Henry Fonda's eyes

Star Wars - Princess Leia removing veil from infamous hairdo, shot of Harrison Ford celebrating

American Graffiti - MacKensie Phillips spraying car with shaving creme

Star Wars - enemy fighter approaching, Luke says "they're coming in too fast"

Apocalypse Now - gunner helicopters approaching beach

Jaws - opening scene of naked girl, swimming, getting pulled under by "Bruce"

The Black Stallion - shot of Kelly Reno on "the Black's" back, racing across the surf's edge

Network - Peter Finch extolling his viewers to "I want you to get up now"

Kramer vs. Kramer - Hoffman encouraging kid on bike

Network - Finch continues "I want you to get up right now"

Close Encounters of the Third Kind - large alien craft over top of Devil's Tower

Norma Rae - Sally Field holding up "UNION" sign

Network - "I'm mad as hell, and I'm not going to take it anymore!"

Turning Point - Ann Bancroft throwing a drink in Shirley MacLaine's face

 

1980

 

Raging Bull - DeNiro in ring, hands up in triumph

Terms of Endearment - Debra Winger running and jumping into Shirley MacLaine's arms

Amadeus - Beethoven, hands up having just finished conducting

Reds - Diane Keaton hugging Warren Beatty

Witness - Harrison Ford and Kelly McGillis share an innocent, yet knowing look

Tootsie - Hoffman in drag walking down a New York street

Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan - Admiral James T. Kirk walking down corridor of Enterprise

The Right Stuff - astronauts walking seven abreast

Top Gun - Cruise and Edward high fiving, then shot of F-14

Raiders of the Lost Ark - Harrison Ford being chased by large ball

Ghostbusters - the three ghostbusters turning and firing their weapons in unison

Batman - flying, turning batplane

Terminator 2: Judgment Day - Robert Patrick's split head rejoining

Jurassic Park - Sam Neil and kids running alongside antelope like dinosaurs

Dances with Wolves - Costner riding horseback with rifle chasing buffalo

JFK - Jacqueline Kennedy cradling JFK in back of car after he's been shot, Costner close-up

The Last Emperor - little boy emperor running to palace opening

The Killing Fields - shot of Haing Ngor's face, viewing swamp area

Moonstruck - Cher and Cage kissing

Driving Miss Daisy - Morgan Freeman chauffeuring Jessica Tandy

Sleepless in Seattle - Meg Ryan standing in street, Hanks standing in parking lot looking at her

Philadelphia - facial shot of Hanks character, bald with legions, in the advance stages of AIDS

The Fugitive - unshaven Harrison Ford running through rain towards camera with mouth agape

Boyz N the Hood - Cuba Gooding Jr. & Laurence Fishburne hugging each other

 

1994

 

Schindler's List - low shot of Liam Neeson's head, turning

 

Closing Credits (sometimes through the number 100, like binoculars)

 

film unknown - Broadway trolley car, though this may be from Broadway Melody

Ben Hur - chariot race, again

Wind - Lillian Gish looking through window, raising right hand to glass

Queen Christina - Garbo laying forward

National Velvet - Elizabeth Taylor riding "the Pie", waving

Sergeant York - Gary Cooper licking finger, touching sight on gun

Gilda - Rita Hayworth's famous hair flip

The Bridge Over the River Kwai - Alec Guinness marching, leading POWs in formation

Seven Brides for Seven Brothers - guys leapfrogging towards girls on dance floor

Some Like It Hot - Lemmon and Curtis in drag, walking next to train

East of Eden - shot of James Dean

The Searchers - John Wayne cradling Natalie Wood

Love Story - Ali McGraw and Ryan O'Neal at table in front of window with winter outside

Oliver! - clip of "consider yourself, at home" song

Ghost - Whoopi channeling

Home Alone - Macaulay Culkin at top of stairs saying "yes!"

E.T. - Elliott (with E.T. riding in the basket) flying his bicycle across an full moon set

Annabelle Butterfly Dance

 

ANY UPDATES ARE MOST APPRECIATED, EITHER HERE OR TO ME BY E-MAIL ... THANKS AGAIN!

 

FWIW, I've added links to capsule reviews for most of the films in the listing that's on my website.

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Path, just a slight correction under 1933 "eye-like whole opens on stage, woman rises out of it" this is actually from DAMES not GOLD DIGGERS OF 33. I remember the scene when I watched the movie a few weeks ago when it was on after the two-hour GREED.

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I posted this downthread, and I'll state it again. I think the Joan Crawford hair drying scene is also from Dance Fools Dance. It's a scene right after the whole party on the boat goes swimming in their underwear and then she's in her cabin talking to someone while drying her hair.

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I'd like to take this one step further. Does anyone have the list of the music used in 100 Years? I recognize the piece from Citizen Kane that starts and ends the piece and snatches of others in between. But I would really appreciate it if someone could give me a rundown of all the music used.

 

Can you'all help? Thanks in advance

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I want to identify some actors/people who were not mentioned in the listings of the "100 Years of Film" short.

 

Under 1942: Naughty Marietta: The blond in curls singing to a seated man wearing a white wig. That is Jeanette MacDonald and Nelson Eddy.

 

The Little Colonel: Shirley Temple is dancing with Bill "Bojangles" Robinson.

 

Under 1969: Don't Look Back: Bob Dylan dropping cue cards in a deserted industrial park. In the corner of the screen you can see a man. That individual is Beat-poet Allen Ginsburg.

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Allow me to contribute another two cents to the IDs on this thread:

 

The lady being tied to the railroad tracks following NANOOK OF THE NORTH is undoubtedly Mabel Normand, and I believe the film is BARNEY OLDFIELD'S RACE FOR LIFE (1913).

 

The "unknown woman" following Rin Tin Tin is Clara Bow, but I can't place the film . . .

 

And lastly, following DR. NO, that's Audrey Hepburn in Gregory Peck's pajamas in ROMAN HOLIDAY, not LOVE IN THE AFTERNOON.

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Has anyone seen this short? Has it ever aired on TCM? It appears to be remarkably similar in content, and it's also by Chuck Workman, to the "100 Years at the Movies (1994)" film we all love and get to see on the channel. It's also an Academy Award winning short.

 

Has anyone seen it? Or does anyone have it? Thanks!

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Hi, Path40a

 

I have one thing I want to add to your fantastic list. I would have never known a few of these movies if it had not been for your list.

 

Right after the sequence of "Don't Look Back," you see any empty movie theater house. That is a scene from the movie "The Last Picture Show." If you look at the top, you'll see the name of the movie house, which Ben Johnson runs.

 

Take care.

 

Deborah

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