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Favorite Movie Pre-1950

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My favorite pre-1950 move is The Adventures of Robin Hood , a 1938 American swashbuckler film starring Errol Flynn, Olivia de Havilland, Basil Rathbone, and Claude Rains.

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The obvious... Casablanca. Too many to name just one.

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Gonna have to go with "Gone with the Wind" but "Stagecoach", "The Virginian", "High Noon", "Northwest Mounted Police" and "White Heat" are real close..

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Come on.....just about anything with John Wayne!

Sands of Iwo Jima, She Wore a Yellow Ribbon, The Fighting Kentuckian, They Were Expendable, etc....

Take your pick......

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High Noon was a cracking film. Do 'shorts' count? Good. In which case, I'll have to have Laurel and Hardy's  'The Music Box'.

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Along with the John Wayne list, you can add just about anything with Jimmy Stewart.....

Winchester '73, Destry Rides Again, It's a Wonderful Life, Harvey (see, not all shoot 'em ups ;-) ).......

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Along with the John Wayne list, you can add just about anything with Jimmy Stewart.....

Winchester '73, Destry Rides Again, It's a Wonderful Life, Harvey (see, not all shoot 'em ups ).......

My favorites are the Hitchcock films - Rear Window, Vertigo, Rope, The Man Who Knew Too Much. Plus Mr Smith goes to Washington. I think I've seen Rear Window at least a dozen times. Check out this Rear Window time lapse.

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I like the film noir genre. Cynical detectives, smart-mouthed babes, lies, deceit, mayhem. They come on every once in awhile on TCM. Key Largo, Maltese Falcon, The Third Man, etc.

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I like the film noir genre. Cynical detectives, smart-mouthed babes, lies, deceit, mayhem. They come on every once in awhile on TCM. Key Largo, Maltese Falcon, The Third Man, etc.

I know this is a pre 1950s thread, but this 2005 movie, Brick, is a big fat homage to film noir.

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I know this is a pre 1950s thread, but this 2005 movie, Brick, is a big fat homage to film noir.

It looks good, I'll have to download it. Thanks. Another great semi-recent film noir movie was "Body Heat". William Hurt and a then-very-sexy Kathleen Turner.

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Arsenic and Old lace was a great movie.

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