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Can Anyone recommend me any good old movies/classics? I'm in love with them!

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LivelovelifeEleni Featured By Owner Dec 8, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
I am basically an oldies girl, and no
not the new ''old stuff is coming back'' who like the fashion and that is it. //
It is like MY WORLD! An immense passion and well.. I wanted to try to watch more films when I had the time, because I am looking for good old movies to watch!
I am in love with everything from past decades and 1920's-1980's
but mostly I love the 50's and 60's radical man-

I love these movies, V top picks for me!
My fave movies are April Love, with Pat Boon, Agatha Christie Series, James Bond
To Sir With Love ;w <3
The creature from the black Lagoon,
Psycho!
Sunset Boulevard and Lord of the flies!
If anyone can recommend me their top pics for classic films and even Silent Films I would love to watch them!
Thank you so much fellow classic movie lovers! -hug- Maybe we can even discuss about it!
Cheers! <3 :star:
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RockyGems Featured By Owner Jan 8, 2013  Student General Artist
Well, a lot of Bing Crosby's movies are pretty good, and I do have a soft spot for the first version of "A Streetcar Named Desire."
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monstermaster13 Featured By Owner Jan 6, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
1980's:
Uncle Buck
Beetlejuice
Ghostbusters
Caddyshack.
A View To A Kill.
An American Werewolf In London
Willow
Labyrinth.
Basil The Great Mouse Detective.
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DFX4509B Featured By Owner Jan 5, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Star Wars, Indiana Jones, and BTTF FTW!
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VISIONOFTHEWORLD Featured By Owner Jan 3, 2013
When I was really young there was this movie "In Search of the Castaways" that I was in love with and still remember fondly. It's in color, but dates from the 1960s and the visual effects are probably laughable today. That is a family friendly adventure story
If you wanted more adult oriented maybe the Pink Panther series with Peter Sellers (well you've probably already seen these anyhow) but that's my all time favorite.
Slightly more obscure is something like 'Forbidden Planet' from 1956 which is also in color, and i guess it's the first movie ever with an electronic soundtrack. It's totally awesome, I loved it.
Even more obscure- there's an East German flick "Haisser Sommer!" which can be bought on amazon, is a musical all in German from 1968. Was way more catchy and cute than I expected.
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broo4 Featured By Owner Jan 1, 2013
don't know what type of movie u r in to but for good entertainment a film called the the last of Shelia all star cast not bad
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Luna-is-only-so-many Featured By Owner Jan 1, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
I really liked Christmas in Conneticut and Arsenic and Old Lace. (I think those were the titles) pretty funny. XD
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Eve-Lang-El-Coup Featured By Owner Dec 31, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
3:10 to Yuma - The new one is really good as well.
Ace in the Hole
Advise and Consent
Aparajito
Bad Day at Black Rock
Battleground
Brief Encounter
Come Back, Little Sheba
Elmer Gantry
Forbidden Planet
From Here to Eternity
Gold Diggers of 1933
H.M.S. Defiant - My favourite of the Bounty films
I Confess
Kin-Dza-Dza
Lili
M
M. Hulot's Holiday
Mr. Deeds Goes to Town
Nanook of the North
Network
Persona
Pigs and Battleships
Rocco and His Brothers
Shoeshine
Seven Waves Away\Abandon Ship!
Sweet Smell of Success
The Grand Illusion
The Killing
The Last Run
The Manchurian Candidate
The Night of the Shooting Stars
The Petrified Forest
The World, the Flesh and the Devil
True Grit - Again, the remake was really good
Zorba the Greek
All of the Arabian Nights I've seen ranged from good to awesome.
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ChibiLovett Featured By Owner Dec 31, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
I could easily recommend anything that includes Vincent Price. That man is amazing. *.* Especially The Tingler, House of Wax, and A Comedy of Terrors.

I'd also highly recommend Blithe Spirit and Auntie Mame (with Rosalind Russell). Those are definitely two of my all-time favorite old movies! Berserk with Joan Crawford was also really good, if I remember correctly, but it's been a while since I watched it.

My mom raised me to love old movies (especially musicals), so I totally get where you're coming from. She's slowly introducing me to more and more. :D
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robotwo Featured By Owner Dec 30, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
A classic that doesn't get quite enough love would definitely be the "Little Shop of Horrors" from '86.
Amazing animatronics, great design, songs and actors. (Rick Moranis, Ellen Greene, Steve Martin, Bill Murray)

Really lovely movie to say the least.
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Veskavision Featured By Owner Dec 30, 2012  Student Writer
A Clockwork Orange
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livneeson Featured By Owner Dec 30, 2012
Some of my favourites:

It's A Wonderful Life
Bringing Up Baby
It Happened One Night
Some Like It Hot
What Ever Happened To Baby Jane?
The Philadelphia Story
Mr Smith Goes to Washington

and I was trying to watch The Postman Always Rings Twice once, the dvd stopped half way through! I'd like to see the rest, what I saw was pretty good!
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RowanF Featured By Owner Dec 28, 2012  Student General Artist
My favourite is Breakfast at Tiffany's :D Lolita (1962) is also quite good
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13deadman Featured By Owner Dec 26, 2012
The Shawshank Redemption. The Godfather. The Godfather 2. The Good, the bad and the ugly. 12 Angry Men. Pulp Fiction. The exorcist. Catch 22. The Great Escape. The taxi driver. Watch these movies. They will surely amaze you.
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Berlioz-II Featured By Owner Dec 21, 2012
Picks from my collection:

1922 - Nosferatu
1927 - Metropolis
1940 - Rebecca
1941 - Citizen Kane
1948 - The Treasure of the Sierra Madre, Bicycle Thieves
1949 - The Third Man
1952 - Umberto D
1954 - Rear Window, La Strada
1957 - Nights of Cabiria
1958 - Touch of Evil
1959 - North by Northwest
1960 - La Dolce Vita
1962 - To Kill a Mockingbird
1963 - Dr. Strangelove, 8
1964 - Goldfinger, A Fistful of Dollars
1965 - For a Few Dollars More
1966 - The Good the Bad & the Ugly, Django
1967 - Faccia a Faccia
1968 - The Lion in Winter, Once Upon a Time in the West, Il Grande Silenzio, Rosemary's Baby
1969 - Sabata, The Wild Bunch
1970 - The Ballad of Cable Hogue, El Topo
1971 - Duel, Duck You Sucker, A Clockwork Orange, Vanishing Point, Dirty Harry
1972 - The Godfather, Aguirre
1973 - Pat Garrett & Billy the Kid, Amarcord, American Graffiti
1974 - The Godfather II, Bring Me the Head of Alfredo Garcia, Chinatown
1976 - The Omen, Keoma, Taxi Driver
1977 - Smokey and the Bandit, Close Encounters of the Third Kind, Sorcerer
1979 - Apocalypse Now
1980 - The Blues Brothers, The Shining
1981 - Raiders of the Lost Ark, Mad Max 2, Escape from New York
1982 - Star Trek II, Poltergeist, Fitzcarraldo
1983 - The Right Stuff
1984 - Amadeus, Ghostbusters, Once Upon a Time in America
1985 - Back to the Future
1987 - The Untouchables
1988 - Who Framed Roger Rabbit?, Cinema Paradiso, Tucker: the Man and His Dream
1989 - The Burbs
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cajunattack Featured By Owner Dec 29, 2012  Professional General Artist
Sorcerer but no Wages of Fear! Pah! ( Great list otherwise! )
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Berlioz-II Featured By Owner Dec 29, 2012
I haven't seen the '53 version yet, and even so I was just cherry picking stuff I have on DVD, hence there's likely to be various... snubs. But that film is on my to-watch list whenever I can get around to it. :)
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cajunattack Featured By Owner Dec 31, 2012  Professional General Artist
Ah, no worries mate. I'm ashamed to say I haven't seen at least a quarter of the films on your list! Def recommend Wages Of Fear- though the first hour or so drags a wee bit, when they actually get in the trucks the film is brilliant- with more suspense and exciting moments than most modern thrillers.
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LivelovelifeEleni Featured By Owner Dec 23, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
wow!!!!!! THANK YOU
<333
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irishberdie Featured By Owner Dec 21, 2012  Hobbyist Writer
How about:

My Fair Lady (1964. Musical.)
Singing in the Rain (1952. Musical. Gene Kelly.)
Casablanca (1942. Black and White. Humphrey Bogart.)

Here's a site I came across with more.
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Hope it helps!
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irishberdie Featured By Owner Dec 21, 2012  Hobbyist Writer
How about:

My Fair Lady (1964. Musical.)
Singing in the Rain (1952. Musical. Gene Kelly.)
Casablanca (1942. Black and White. Humphrey Bogart.)

Here's a site I came across with more.
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Hope it helps!
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LivelovelifeEleni Featured By Owner Dec 23, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
THANK YOUU <33333333
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irishberdie Featured By Owner Dec 25, 2012  Hobbyist Writer
No prob, Feliz Navidad!
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idivinewrathi Featured By Owner Dec 20, 2012  Hobbyist Artist
Legend,Alien,Aliens,
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Scootie-chan Featured By Owner Dec 20, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
If you're looking for an older movie that's got a lotta humor in it, check our The great Scout & Cathouse Thursday~
That one's a really funny one. ^_^
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MarieHollywood Featured By Owner Dec 19, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I have a few I could recommend you, I'm not exactly sure what year they came out and I'm a bit to lazy to look it up.

One would have to be Murder By Death. It's similar to Clue in the murder mystery setting. (also, if you haven't seen Clue, watch it, its awesome!) Murder By Death is a classic parody in which many famous literary detectives are parodied. All of the detectives in the film are parodies of the work of three authors: Dashiell Hammett, whose Nick Charles and Sam Spade were the basis for Dick Charleston and Sam Diamond, respectively; Agatha Christie, whose Hercule Poirot and Miss Marple inspired Milo Perrier and Miss Marbles; Earl Derr Biggers Charlie Chan was the basis for Inspector Sidney Wang and his son.

Two, would have to be Hackers. It's from 95. A young boy is arrested by the US Secret Service for writing a computer virus and is banned from using a computer until his 18th birthday. Years later, he and his new-found friends discover a plot to unleash a dangerous computer virus, but they must use their computer skills to find the evidence while being pursued by the Secret Service and the evil computer genius behind the virus. Really a funny movie worth watching.

Next would be Young Sherlock Holmes. This came out in 85 and its awesome! When assorted people start having inexplicable delusions that lead to their deaths, a teenage Sherlock Holmes decides to investigate.

My dad actually got me to watch all of these. They are honestly great movies and I highly recommend them. I hope you watch them and enjoy them if you do.
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Scootie-chan Featured By Owner Dec 20, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
You watched Hackers too? Awesome~! ^o^
That movie is definitely a worthy one to watch~ ^^
My favorite scene would be the part where Dade's typing really really fast on the keyboard and Kate says "I hope you don't type like you screw" then he starts typing slowly. hahah~<3
That one has a lotta humorous scenes~<3
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MarieHollywood Featured By Owner Dec 22, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Yes. haha I love hackers.
I love that part! Honestly though, I love Mathew Lillards character Cereal Killer. Any scene with him in it is bound to be funny.
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Scootie-chan Featured By Owner Dec 23, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
It's an awesome movie~
Kinda reminds me of JSRF. xD
Oh yeah~
Cereal Killer is AWESOME~! ^o^
I liked that scene where he climbed out from underneath a desk and walked away with that big tool belt pulling down his pants. xD
He's just crazy~ ^^
I'd love to see more movies with him. I gotta check and see what else he did. lol~
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TheNAUGHTicalLife Featured By Owner Dec 18, 2012  Professional Writer
Seven Year Itch & Citizen Kane. I don't watch many classics.
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EdaHerz Featured By Owner Dec 18, 2012   Digital Artist
Rebecca (1940) Director: Alfred Hitchcock. I really like this movie! :D
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ErPuPoNe Featured By Owner Dec 18, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
if you want it deep and touching, watch "La Dolce Vita" from legendary Italian director, Federico Fellini.

other classics I like are Roman Holiday, Casablanca, To have or to have not, The Third man, It's a sin to kill mockingbirds, Gilda ..

Not many people appreciate classics, I'm glad you like these stuff :)
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Cra-ZShaker Featured By Owner Dec 17, 2012  Professional Filmographer
House of Wax with the amazing Vincent Price.
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LauraS45 Featured By Owner Dec 15, 2012
my favorite is Waterloo Bridge.
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Aquamarin-Graphics Featured By Owner Dec 15, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Its not that old i think 2002 bt you should watch I am Sam. Its a really good one :) Also from these days Rear Window, and origin al Pink Panters are must watchs :)
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heart-of-oyster Featured By Owner Dec 14, 2012  Student General Artist
Gilligan's Island, The Beverly Hillbillies, Get Smart, and I Love Lucy are some good "old" TV shows...

The Gods Must Be Crazy is kind of funny.
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Electradahedgehog Featured By Owner Dec 13, 2012  Student General Artist
Starsky and hutch.
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pinkygirls Featured By Owner Dec 13, 2012
You will have to watch fried green tomatoes at the whistle stop cafe it's a brilliant film.
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tammleandbass Featured By Owner Dec 12, 2012  Student Writer
Well, the film which I've watched the most in my lifetime is So I Married An Axe Murderer. That's like '80s or maybe '90s. After that, I think, comes Scott Pilgrim, the Fantastic Mr. Fox (Not old films) and then It's A Wonderful Life! Those are some of my favourite movies. Just thought you would like to know.
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Koyukuk Featured By Owner Dec 12, 2012  Hobbyist
OHOHOHOHOH I almost forgot

Bringing Up Baby
Dawn of the Dead
Night of the Living Dead
White Zombie
The House of Seven Gables
Nosferatu
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Koyukuk Featured By Owner Dec 12, 2012  Hobbyist
On Borrowed Time (warning it will make you cry)
Singin' in the Rain
Some Like it Hot
Ninotchka
The Last Man on Earth
Gone With the Wind
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J-Lindo Featured By Owner Dec 12, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I Love Lucy, The Cosby Show, and Colombo are a couple of my favorites.
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Michaelfool Featured By Owner Dec 12, 2012
The Murder in the Red Barn, The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes, The Ox-Bow Incident, Somewhere in the Night, Call Northside 777, The Big Clock, Gun Crazy, Dial M for Murder, Sayonara, Whistle Down the Wind, David and Lisa, Fail-Safe
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Aret Featured By Owner Dec 11, 2012  Hobbyist Writer
Labyrinth. It's from '86 and has David Bowie doing all the music. It's my favourite. Also, Legend, starring a very young Tom Cruise in a skirt. There's also the original God, I love old fantasy movies, they're so trippy. Like the original The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe (from 1967, with a real live lion. So much better than the new one). Or Willow.
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Ezzalikesart Featured By Owner Dec 11, 2012
I love labyrinth!!!. Its also my favorite movie :D
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Aret Featured By Owner Dec 12, 2012  Hobbyist Writer
I know, right? I own it on DVD. xD

Also, now that i've read my previous post, I really fucked that up somehow. :O
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Ezzalikesart Featured By Owner Dec 17, 2012
best movie ever! haha. I know the movie word for word, i quote it all the time and my friends never get it XD

And i dont really know what you mean by fucking your post up, it seemed fine to me! :)
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bowwing333 Featured By Owner Dec 11, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
The Sting (1973, with Paul Newman and Robert Redford) and Paper Moon (also 1973, with Ryan and Tatum O'Neal) I remember seeing Paper Moon as a kid, and it left a really big impression on me. The Sting we were forced to watch in High School and everyone was so bummed that got picked....until we watched the movie and we were all left with our jaws on the floor. If you like those and want other suggestions....I grew up living with my grandma, so I did nothing but watch old films, so I can totally help you out. It was great!
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Zoltor Featured By Owner Dec 11, 2012
Jungle Book(the 1942 live action film)

The Wizard of Oz(1939)

Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory(1971)

The first few Planet of the Apes movies

I'm a huge fan of old martial arts fims(most of which are from the 1960s-1970s), but I have over 200 of them, so it would be a bit hard to list them all lol.
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BlckRaven Featured By Owner Dec 11, 2012
I personally really enjoyed 'psycho' and 'rear window' (both hitchcock movies)
Also , I used to ALWAYS watch the old charlie chaplin movies , there's also the third man ,which is supposed to be a classic :)
Hope this helps a bit! :D
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TheSpiderFromMars Featured By Owner Dec 11, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
It's not THAT old, but "Close encounter of the third kind" is like the be sci-fi flick ever!:D
And as for animated films, "Bambi" and "Fantasia" are both awesome (suppose you've already seen Bambi, though:P)
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