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RE: 100 Golden Oldies Recommended by You! FINAL RESULTS! - 24/5/2007 8:08:28 PM   
Oddjob

 

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Films I've seen are in bold.  Films I've got but haven't seen yet are in normal font.
 
1) Anatomy of a Murder- 1959- Otto Preminger-DonCopey1
2) Ben-Hur - 1959 - William Wyler - doctorolorinbats1975
3) The Italian Job - 1969 - Peter Collinson - Samuelpoet
4) Lawrence of Arabia - 1962 - David Lean - James2183
5) For A Few Dollars More - 1965 - Sergio Leone - Dignan
8) The Good, The Bad and The Ugly - 1966 - Sergio Leone - Tokenfella
10) The Quiet Man-1952-the waco kid 
12) Yojimbo - 1961 Akira Kurosawa - Zatoichi
13) The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance - 1962 - John Ford - Oddjob
15) Its A Wondeful Life - 1947 - Frank Capra - King_Wah
16) Casablanca - 1942 - Michael Curtiz - Shawlord 

22) Way Out West - 1937 - James W. Horne - Gimli The Dwarf
24) Psycho - 1960 - Alfred Hitchcock - MOTH
27) Forbidden Planet - 1956 - Fred M Wilcox - Vernieboy
28) North by Northwest - 1959 - Alfred Hitchcock - Rebel scum
29) The Night of the Hunter - 1955 - Charles Laughton - Angelus
30) King Kong - 1933 - Merian C Cooper & Ernest B Scoedsack - rudeboy

32) Midnight Cowboy - 1969 - John Schlesinger - Giant Green Rabbit
36) Seven Samurai - 1954 - Akira Kurosawa - Pherlygwen
37) 12 Angry Men - 1957 - Sidney Lumet - Rinc
38) Metropolis - 1927 - Fritz Lang - Agent Orange

40) The Graduate - 1967 -Mike Nichols - Grandma Death
41) Vertigo-1958-Alfred Hitchcock-Doncopey1

43) Dr Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb - 1964 - Stanley Kubrick - Tokenfella
44) Zulu- 1964- Cy Enfield- Dick Jones

47) The Third Man - 1949 - Sir Carol Reed - Grandma Death
48) Rear Window - 1954 - Alfred Hitchcock - Oddjob

50) The Philadelphia Story - 1940 - George Cukor - Krazy_Beyootiful
51) Brief Encounter - 1945 - David Lean - mumblin sumpthin

56) The Wizard Of Oz - 1939 - Victor Fleming - doctorolorinbats1975
62) The Maltese Falcon - 1941 - John Huston - mumblin sumpthin
63) Ikiru - 1952 - Akira Kurosawa - Geir

67) Harvey - 1950 - Henry Koster - Mogwai
70) 2001: a space odesy--1968-kubrick-whomas
72) High Noon - 1952 - Fred Zinneman - JoseStardust
73) The Ladykillers- 1955 - Alexander Mackendrick - Ladykiller
75) Bride of Frankenstein - 1935 - James Whale - billythehick

77) Bridge on the river kwai- 1957- David Lean -Phil_the_korpse 
84) Once upon a time in the West - 1968 - Sergio Leone - CURIOUS_GEORGE
87) Cool Hand Luke - 1967 - Stuart Rosenberg - Jackassfan
89) The Great Escape - 1963 - John Sturges - DesolationRow
93) Planet Of The Apes - 1968 - Franklin J. Schaffner - MF DOOM
96) Throne of Blood - 1957 - Akira Kurosawa - Zatoichi

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RE: 100 Golden Oldies Recommended by You! FINAL RESULTS! - 7/6/2007 12:51:18 PM   
Kadaj


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Has anyone noticed there's no Citizen Kane on the list.

Makes me laugh.

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RE: 100 Golden Oldies Recommended by You! FINAL RESULTS! - 7/6/2007 1:21:50 PM   
Harry Lime


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quote:

ORIGINAL: Kadaj

Has anyone noticed there's no Citizen Kane on the list.

Makes me laugh.

The original aim of this list was to recommend oldies that others weren't familiar with. Something that's been lost a little bit as more people have joined in. Everybody presumed that films like Citizen Kane, Casablanca, Singin' In The Rain and Gone With The Wind are already been on everybodies radar.

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RE: 100 Golden Oldies Recommended by You! FINAL RESULTS! - 7/6/2007 5:26:49 PM   
doncopey1


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quote:

ORIGINAL: Harry Lime

quote:

ORIGINAL: Kadaj

Has anyone noticed there's no Citizen Kane on the list.

Makes me laugh.

The original aim of this list was to recommend oldies that others weren't familiar with. Something that's been lost a little bit as more people have joined in. Everybody presumed that films like Citizen Kane, Casablanca, Singin' In The Rain and Gone With The Wind are already been on everybodies radar.


thank you for pointing that out


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RE: 100 Golden Oldies Recommended by You! FINAL RESULTS! - 7/6/2007 7:23:31 PM   
adamdavidsmith


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quote:

ORIGINAL: Oddjob

Films I've seen are in bold.  Films I've got but haven't seen yet are in normal font.
 
1) Anatomy of a Murder- 1959- Otto Preminger-DonCopey1
2) Ben-Hur - 1959 - William Wyler - doctorolorinbats1975
3) The Italian Job - 1969 - Peter Collinson - Samuelpoet
4) Lawrence of Arabia - 1962 - David Lean - James2183
5) For A Few Dollars More - 1965 - Sergio Leone - Dignan
8) The Good, The Bad and The Ugly - 1966 - Sergio Leone - Tokenfella
10) The Quiet Man-1952-the waco kid 
12) Yojimbo - 1961 Akira Kurosawa - Zatoichi
13) The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance - 1962 - John Ford - Oddjob
15) Its A Wondeful Life - 1947 - Frank Capra - King_Wah
16) Casablanca - 1942 - Michael Curtiz - Shawlord 

22) Way Out West - 1937 - James W. Horne - Gimli The Dwarf
24) Psycho - 1960 - Alfred Hitchcock - MOTH
27) Forbidden Planet - 1956 - Fred M Wilcox - Vernieboy
28) North by Northwest - 1959 - Alfred Hitchcock - Rebel scum
29) The Night of the Hunter - 1955 - Charles Laughton - Angelus
30) King Kong - 1933 - Merian C Cooper & Ernest B Scoedsack - rudeboy

32) Midnight Cowboy - 1969 - John Schlesinger - Giant Green Rabbit
36) Seven Samurai - 1954 - Akira Kurosawa - Pherlygwen
37) 12 Angry Men - 1957 - Sidney Lumet - Rinc
38) Metropolis - 1927 - Fritz Lang - Agent Orange

40) The Graduate - 1967 -Mike Nichols - Grandma Death
41) Vertigo-1958-Alfred Hitchcock-Doncopey1

43) Dr Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb - 1964 - Stanley Kubrick - Tokenfella
44) Zulu- 1964- Cy Enfield- Dick Jones

47) The Third Man - 1949 - Sir Carol Reed - Grandma Death
48) Rear Window - 1954 - Alfred Hitchcock - Oddjob

50) The Philadelphia Story - 1940 - George Cukor - Krazy_Beyootiful
51) Brief Encounter - 1945 - David Lean - mumblin sumpthin

56) The Wizard Of Oz - 1939 - Victor Fleming - doctorolorinbats1975
62) The Maltese Falcon - 1941 - John Huston - mumblin sumpthin
63) Ikiru - 1952 - Akira Kurosawa - Geir

67) Harvey - 1950 - Henry Koster - Mogwai
70) 2001: a space odesy--1968-kubrick-whomas
72) High Noon - 1952 - Fred Zinneman - JoseStardust
73) The Ladykillers- 1955 - Alexander Mackendrick - Ladykiller
75) Bride of Frankenstein - 1935 - James Whale - billythehick

77) Bridge on the river kwai- 1957- David Lean -Phil_the_korpse 
84) Once upon a time in the West - 1968 - Sergio Leone - CURIOUS_GEORGE
87) Cool Hand Luke - 1967 - Stuart Rosenberg - Jackassfan
89) The Great Escape - 1963 - John Sturges - DesolationRow
93) Planet Of The Apes - 1968 - Franklin J. Schaffner - MF DOOM
96) Throne of Blood - 1957 - Akira Kurosawa - Zatoichi



I'm just amused that the majority of people on this forum cannot spell - 2001: A Space Odyssey

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RE: 100 Golden Oldies Recommended by You! FINAL RESULTS! - 9/6/2007 12:04:43 AM   
Kadaj


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quote:

ORIGINAL: Harry Lime

quote:

ORIGINAL: Kadaj

Has anyone noticed there's no Citizen Kane on the list.

Makes me laugh.

The original aim of this list was to recommend oldies that others weren't familiar with. Something that's been lost a little bit as more people have joined in. Everybody presumed that films like Citizen Kane, Casablanca, Singin' In The Rain and Gone With The Wind are already been on everybodies radar.


Is it?? Is it really? Cos there's many films on there which would frequently feature in anybody's top 10.

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RE: 100 Golden Oldies Recommended by You! FINAL RESULTS! - 9/6/2007 12:12:01 AM   
Harry Lime


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quote:

ORIGINAL: Kadaj

quote:

ORIGINAL: Harry Lime

quote:

ORIGINAL: Kadaj

Has anyone noticed there's no Citizen Kane on the list.

Makes me laugh.

The original aim of this list was to recommend oldies that others weren't familiar with. Something that's been lost a little bit as more people have joined in. Everybody presumed that films like Citizen Kane, Casablanca, Singin' In The Rain and Gone With The Wind are already been on everybodies radar.

Is it?? Is it really? Cos there's many films on there which would frequently feature in anybody's top 10.

As I said, the original aim has been somewhat lost.

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If I get there early will it be the right time
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RE: 100 Golden Oldies Recommended by You! FINAL RESULTS! - 29/6/2007 8:27:58 PM   
Rumble Jack


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quote:

ORIGINAL: Kadaj

Has anyone noticed there's no Citizen Kane on the list.

Makes me laugh.


Agreed. And if we aren't meant to be familiar with the films then where is "The Lady From Shanghai"? And why is "Casablanca" on the list if it's meant to be unfamiliar? And "To Kill A Mockingbird"?

Sort it out.

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RE: 100 Golden Oldies Recommended by You! FINAL RESULTS! - 29/6/2007 8:30:22 PM   
doncopey1


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quote:

ORIGINAL: Rumble Jack

quote:

ORIGINAL: Kadaj

Has anyone noticed there's no Citizen Kane on the list.

Makes me laugh.


Agreed. And if we aren't meant to be familiar with the films then where is "The Lady From Shanghai"? And why is "Casablanca" on the list if it's meant to be unfamiliar? And "To Kill A Mockingbird"?

Sort it out.


as Mr Lime said the original aim has some what been lost.


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RE: 100 Golden Oldies Recommended by You! FINAL RESULTS! - 5/9/2007 4:56:54 PM   
mafyou


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Having just had a look through both lists why is it that The Adventures of Robin Hood are not on either?!

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RE: 100 Golden Oldies Recommended by You! FINAL RESULTS! - 17/11/2007 2:56:20 AM   
scarface666brooksy!!


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Good list. But there were a couple of the good ones missing.
It might have slipped past me i dont know but wheres On the Waterfront?? or Modern Times?? Rebel Without A Cause?? Citizen Kane???  Everyone is entitled to their opinion but these are classics and shouldnt be missed by anyone.  

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RE: 100 Golden Oldies Recommended by You! FINAL RESULTS! - 17/11/2007 11:30:13 AM   
adamdavidsmith


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I am quite a fan of the following: -

1) Anatomy of a Murder- 1959- Otto Preminger-DonCopey1 
3) The Italian Job - 1969 - Peter Collinson - Samuelpoet
6) Sunset Blvd. - 1950 - Billy Wilder - Professor Moriarty
8) The Good, The Bad and The Ugly - 1966 - Sergio Leone - Tokenfella
15) Its A Wondeful Life - 1947 - Frank Capra - King_Wah
16) Casablanca - 1942 - Michael Curtiz - Shawlord
24) Psycho - 1960 - Alfred Hitchcock - MOTH
26) A Matter of Life and Death - 1946 - Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger - Krazy_Beyootiful
31) Gone With The Wind - 1939 - Vincent Fleming & George Cukor - Livvie
37) 12 Angry Men - 1957 - Sidney Lumet - Rinc
40) The Graduate - 1967 -Mike Nichols - Grandma Death
48) Rear Window - 1954 - Alfred Hitchcock - Oddjob
51) Brief Encounter - 1945 - David Lean - mumblin sumpthin
56) The Wizard Of Oz - 1939 - Victor Fleming - doctorolorinbats1975
62) The Maltese Falcon - 1941 - John Huston - mumblin sumpthin
66) Arsenic and Old Lace - 1944 - Frank Capra - audreyII
69) Stranger On A Train - 1951 - Alfred Hitchcock - Dori
70) 2001: a space odesy--1968-kubrick-whomas
72) High Noon - 1952 - Fred Zinneman - JoseStardust
73) The Ladykillers- 1955 - Alexander Mackendrick - Ladykiller
82) To Kill a mockingbird- Robert Mulligan- 1962- Magenta
88) Went the Day Well - Alberto Cavalcanti 1942 - JamesHare
89) The Great Escape - 1963 - John Sturges - DesolationRow



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39 Steps - 19/11/2007 9:17:52 AM   
scarface666brooksy!!


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I agree. 39 Steps should be in there. It's one of Hitch's underated classics

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RE: 100 Golden Oldies Recommended by You! FINAL RESULTS! - 16/12/2007 8:23:04 AM   
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Happy to say I've seen 80% of the films on the list. Hard to be objective when it comes to what you think are the best of all time. I certainly wouldn't have included Ben Hur - too long and far too sanctimonious for my taste. Certainly agree with Singin' In The Rain, but how about The Band Wagon? In my view, it's every bit as good. And what about Les Enfants Du Paradis, Belle De Jour, Jour De Fete, M, Touch of Evil and Shoeshine?                                                                                  Maybe 100 just isn't enough - take the lead from 1001 Fims You Must See Before You Die. And even then I thought there were some glaring omissions. I guess it holds true that one man's masterpiece is another's piece of crap.

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RE: 100 Golden Oldies Recommended by You! FINAL RESULTS! - 5/3/2008 2:15:20 PM   
jamdodge1


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Here's what I've seen, some where good, some were brilliant but a few were severely overrated, In my opinion.
 
2) Ben-Hur - 1959 - William Wyler - doctorolorinbats1975 - 7/10
4) Lawrence of Arabia - 1962 - David Lean - James2183 - 8/10
5) For A Few Dollars More - 1965 - Sergio Leone - Dignan - 7/10
6) Sunset Blvd. - 1950 - Billy Wilder - Professor Moriarty - 10/10
8) The Good, The Bad and The Ugly - 1966 - Sergio Leone - Tokenfella - 9/10
9) The Lady Vanishes-1938 Alfred Hitchcock-Naweed_1 - 5/10
15) Its A Wondeful Life - 1947 - Frank Capra - King_Wah - 9/10
16) Casablanca - 1942 - Michael Curtiz - Shawlord - 10/10
17) The Seventh Seal - 1957 - Ingmar Bergman - Helium Hunchback - 7/10
19) The Searchers - 1956 - John Ford - rick_7 - 8/10
21) His Girl Friday- 1940- Howard Hawks- Dick Jones - 7/10
24) Psycho - 1960 - Alfred Hitchcock - MOTH - 10/10
25) The Wages Of Fear - 1953 - Henri-Georges Clouzot - Rikkie - 5/10
26) A Matter of Life and Death - 1946 - Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger - Krazy_Beyootiful - 10/10
28) North by Northwest - 1959 - Alfred Hitchcock - Rebel scum  - 10/10
30) King Kong - 1933 - Merian C Cooper & Ernest B Scoedsack - rudeboy - 7/10
31) Gone With The Wind - 1939 - Vincent Fleming & George Cukor - Livvie - 10/10
34) Singin' in the Rain - 1952 - Stanley Donen/Gene Kelly - Geir - 10/10
36) Seven Samurai - 1954 - Akira Kurosawa - Pherlygwen - 9/10
37) 12 Angry Men - 1957 - Sidney Lumet - Rinc - 10/10
41) Vertigo-1958-Alfred Hitchcock-Doncopey1 - 10/10
43) Dr Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb - 1964 - Stanley Kubrick - Tokenfella - 10/10
44) Zulu- 1964- Cy Enfield- Dick Jones - 6/10
47) The Third Man - 1949 - Sir Carol Reed - Grandma Death - 10/10
48) Rear Window - 1954 - Alfred Hitchcock - Oddjob - 10/10
51) Brief Encounter - 1945 - David Lean - mumblin sumpthin - 8/10
52) The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp - 1943 - Michael Powell - Helium Hunchback - 10/10
53) Bringing Up Baby - 1938 - Howard Hawks - Gimli The Dwarf - 7/10
55) If... - 1968 - Lindsay Anderson - Mr E - 7/10
56) The Wizard Of Oz - 1939 - Victor Fleming - doctorolorinbats1975 - 10/10
57) Paths of Glory - 1957 - Stanley Kubrick - Angelus - 10/10
60) Some Like It Hot - 1959 - Billy Wilder - rudeboy - 9/10
62) The Maltese Falcon - 1941 - John Huston - mumblin sumpthin - 10/10
63) Ikiru - 1952 - Akira Kurosawa - Geir - 7/10
65) The Public Enemy-1931-William A.Wellman-Sophloz2104 - 7/10
69) Strangers On A Train - 1951 - Alfred Hitchcock - Dori - 9/10
70) 2001: a space odesy--1968-kubrick-whomas - 10/10
72) High Noon - 1952 - Fred Zinneman - JoseStardust - 10/10
74) The Grapes of Wrath - 1940 - John Ford - Frank Booth - 10/10
75) Bride of Frankenstein - 1935 - James Whale - billythehick - 7/10
77) Bridge on the river kwai- 1957- David Lean -Phil_the_korpse - 6/10
80) Double Indemnity- 1944- Billy Wilder - badabing - 10/10
82) To Kill a mockingbird- Robert Mulligan- 1962- Magenta - 8/10
84) Once upon a time in the West - 1968 - Sergio Leone - CURIOUS_GEORGE 10/10
89) The Great Escape - 1963 - John Sturges - DesolationRow - 7/10 


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RE: 100 Golden Oldies Recommended by You! FINAL RESULTS! - 10/4/2008 10:24:03 AM   
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1) Anatomy of a Murder- 1959- Otto Preminger 9/10
2) Ben-Hur - 1959 - William Wyler 4/10
3) The Italian Job - 1969 - 7/10
4) Lawrence of Arabia - 1962 - David Lean - 9/10
5) For A Few Dollars More - 1965 - Sergio Leone - 5/10
6) Sunset Blvd. - 1950 - Billy Wilder - 9/10
7) City Lights - 1931 - Charles Chaplin -9/10
8) The Good, The Bad and The Ugly - 1966 - Sergio Leone - 6/10
9) The Lady Vanishes-1938 Alfred Hitchcock-10/10
10) The Quiet Man-1952-6/10
11) The Haunting - 1963 Robert Wise - 10/10
12) Yojimbo - 1961 Akira Kurosawa - 8/10
13) The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance - 1962 - John Ford - 8/10
14) The Life Of Oharu-1952 Kenji Mizoguchi-9/10

15) Its A Wondeful Life - 1947 - Frank Capra - 3/10
16) Casablanca - 1942 - Michael Curtiz - 7.5/10

17) The Seventh Seal - 1957 - Ingmar Bergman - 5/10
18) It Happened One Night - 1934 - Frank Capra - 6/10
19) The Searchers - 1956 - John Ford - 8/10
20) Duck Soup - 1933 - Leo McCarey - 9/10
21) His Girl Friday- 1940- Howard Hawks- 10/10
22) Way Out West - 1937 - James W. Horne - 10/10

23) The Awful Truth - 1937 - Leo McCarey - 7.5/10
24) Psycho - 1960 - Alfred Hitchcock - 9/10
25) The Wages Of Fear - 1953 - Henri-Georges Clouzot - 9/10

26) A Matter of Life and Death - 1946 - Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger - 10/10
27) Forbidden Planet - 1956 - Fred M Wilcox - 9/10

28) North by Northwest - 1959 - Alfred Hitchcock - 10/10
29) The Night of the Hunter - 1955 - Charles Laughton - 10/10
30) King Kong - 1933 - Merian C Cooper & Ernest B Scoedsack - 9/10
31) Gone With The Wind - 1939 - Vincent Fleming & George Cukor - 3/10
32) Midnight Cowboy - 1969 - John Schlesinger - 6/10
33) Shock Corridor - 1963 - Samuel Fuller - 8/10
34) Singin' in the Rain - 1952 - Stanley Donen/Gene Kelly - 9/10
35) Sunrise: A Song Of Two Humans - 1927 - F.W. Murnau - 7.5/10
36) Seven Samurai - 1954 - Akira Kurosawa - 10/10
37) 12 Angry Men - 1957 - Sidney Lumet -9/10
38) Metropolis - 1927 - Fritz Lang - 10/10
39) An Affair to Remember - 1957 - Leo McCarey - 6/10
40) The Graduate - 1967 -Mike Nichols - 7/10
41) Vertigo-1958-Alfred Hitchcock-7/10
42) The Best Years of Our Lives - 1946 - William Wyler - 7/10
43) Dr Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb - 1964 - Stanley Kubrick - 8/10
44) Zulu- 1964- Cy Enfield- 7/10
45) The Apartment - 1960 - Billy Wilder - 10/10

46) What a Way to Go-1964-J. Lee Thompson-1/10
47) The Third Man - 1949 - Sir Carol Reed - 10/10
48) Rear Window - 1954 - Alfred Hitchcock - 9/10
49) Bad Day At Black Rock - 1955 - John Sturges - 10/10
50) The Philadelphia Story - 1940 - George Cukor - 10/10
51) Brief Encounter - 1945 - David Lean - 4/10
52) The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp - 1943 - Michael Powell - 10/10
53) Bringing Up Baby - 1938 - Howard Hawks - 10/10
54) The Invisible Man - 1933 - James Whale - 10/10

55) If... - 1968 - Lindsay Anderson - 7/10
56) The Wizard Of Oz - 1939 - Victor Fleming - 10/10
57) Paths of Glory - 1957 - Stanley Kubrick - 10/10
58) Viridiana - 1961 - Luis Bunuel -  5/10
59) Le Doulos-1962 - Jean-Pierre Melville- 8/10
60) Some Like It Hot - 1959 - Billy Wilder - 10/10
61) March of the Wooden Soldiers-1934 - Gus Meins & Charley Rogers - Is this Babes in Toyland? Never seen this title before. 7/10
62) The Maltese Falcon - 1941 - John Huston - 8.5/10
63) Ikiru - 1952 - Akira Kurosawa - 10/10
64) The Cranes are Flying - 1957 - Mikhail Kalatozov - 6/10
65) The Public Enemy-1933-William A.Wellman-9/10
66) Arsenic and Old Lace - 1944 - Frank Capra - 9/10 Perfectly constructed farce for me - one of the few that works in cinema rather than stage at this frenetic level. Reminiscent of the best productions of Noises Off.
67) Harvey - 1950 - Henry Koster - 8/10
68) The Asphalt Jungle - 1950 - John Huston - 7/10
69) Stranger On A Train - 1951 - Alfred Hitchcock - 9/10

70) 2001: a space odesy--1968-kubrick-7/10
71) Onibaba - 1964 Kaneto Shindo - 8/10
72) High Noon - 1952 - Fred Zinneman - 6/10
73) The Ladykillers- 1955 - Alexander Mackendrick - 10/10
74) The Grapes of Wrath - 1940 - John Ford - 7/10
75) Bride of Frankenstein - 1935 - James Whale - 7/10
76) School for Scoundrels - 1960 - Robert Hamer - 8/10
77) Bridge on the river kwai- 1957- David Lean -8/10
78) The Kid - Charles Chaplin - 1921 - 9/10
79) The Trial - 1962 - Orson Welles - 6/10
80) Double Indemnity- 1944- Billy Wilder - 10/10
81) Papillon - Franklin J Schaffner - 1974 - 8/10
82) To Kill a mockingbird- Robert Mulligan- 1962- 10/10
83) The Cabinet of Dr Caligari - 1920 -9/10
84) Once upon a time in the West - 1968 - Sergio Leone - 6/10

85) the Ten Commandments - 1956 - Cecil B. DeMille -4/10
86) Who's Afraid Of Virginia Woof? - 1966 - Mike Nichols - 4/10
87) Cool Hand Luke - 1967 - Stuart Rosenberg - 8/10
88) Went the Day Well - Alberto Cavalcanti 1942 - 9/10
89) The Great Escape - 1963 - John Sturges - 9/10
90) Captain Blood - 1935 - Michael Curtiz - 4/10
91) Laura - 1944 - Otto Preminger- 9/10
92) 10 Rillington Place - 1971 - Richard Fleischer - 8/10
93) Planet Of The Apes - 1968 - Franklin J. Schaffner - 4/10
94) Rocco e i suoi fratelli - 1960 - Luchino Visconti - 7/10
95) The Last Picture Show - 1971 - Peter Bogdanovich -7/10
96) Throne of Blood - 1957 - Akira Kurosawa - 7.5/10
97) Mildred Pierce - 1945 - Michael Curtiz - 5 /10
98) The General - 1927 - Buster Keaton and Clyde Bruckman- 9/10
99)The Pajama Game - 1957 - George Abbott - 7/10

100. Du Rififi Chez Les Hommes- 1955- Jules Dassin- 7/10
 
I should admit some are from memory as I haven't seen the film for quite some time. They may be due a rewatch/reassessment.

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RE: 100 Golden Oldies Recommended by You! FINAL RESULTS! - 12/4/2008 9:47:13 PM   
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With this list giving dew respects to japanese cinema (deservedly so), I must say it lacks lots of euorpean must-sees. IMO.

1) Anatomy of a Murder- 1959- 8/10
2) Ben-Hur - 1959 - William Wyler - 5,5/10 (my least liked film of the list)
3) The Italian Job - 1969 - Peter Collinson - 7/10
4) Lawrence of Arabia - 1962 - David Lean - 7,5/10
5) For A Few Dollars More - 1965 - Sergio Leone - 8/10
6) Sunset Blvd. - 1950 - Billy Wilder - 10/10
7) City Lights - 1931 - Charles Chaplin - 10/10
8) The Good, The Bad and The Ugly - 1966 - Sergio Leone - 10/10
9) The Lady Vanishes-1938 Alfred Hitchcock- 8,5/10
10) The Quite Man
11) The Haunting - 1963 Robert Wise - 8/10
12) Yojimbo - 1961 Akira Kurosawa - 9/10
13) The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance - 1962 - 8/10
14) The Life Of Oharu-1952 Kenji Mizoguchi
15) Its A Wondeful Life - 1947 - Frank Capra - 7/10
16) Casablanca - 1942 - Michael Curtiz - 9,5/10
17) The Seventh Seal - 1957 - Ingmar Bergman - 9,5/10
18) It Happened One Night - 1934 - Frank Capra - 8/10
19) The Searchers - 1956 - John Ford - 8/10
20) Duck Soup - 1933 - Leo McCarey - 8/10
21) His Girl Friday- 1940- Howard Hawks
22) Way Out West - 1937 - James W. Horne
23) The Awful Truth - 1937 - Leo McCarey - 8,5/10
24) Psycho - 1960 - Alfred Hitchcock - 8,5/10
25) The Wages Of Fear - 1953 - Henri-Georges Clouzot - 10/10
26) A Matter of Life and Death - 1946 - Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger - 7,5/10
27) Forbidden Planet - 1956 - Fred M Wilcox - 7/10
28) North by Northwest - 1959 - Alfred Hitchcock - 10/10
29) The Night of the Hunter - 1955 - Charles Laughton - 10/10
30) King Kong - 1933 - Merian C Cooper & Ernest B Scoedsack - 6/10
31) Gone With The Wind - 1939 - Vincent Fleming & George Cukor - 6,5/10
32) Midnight Cowboy - 1969 - John Schlesinger - 9,5/10
33) Shock Corridor - 1963 - Samuel Fuller - 10/10
34) Singin' in the Rain - 1952 - Stanley Donen/Gene Kelly - 6,5/10
35) Sunrise: A Song Of Two Humans - 1927 - F.W. Murnau - 9/10
36) Seven Samurai - 1954 - Akira Kurosawa - 9,5/10
37) 12 Angry Men - 1957 - Sidney Lumet - 10/10
38) Metropolis - 1927 - Fritz Lang - 10/10
39) An Affair to Remember - 1957 - Leo McCarey
40) The Graduate - 1967 -Mike Nichols - 9/10
41) Vertigo-1958-Alfred Hitchcock - 6,5/10
42) The Best Years of Our Lives - 1946 - William Wyler - 7,5/10
43) Dr Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb - 1964 - Stanley Kubrick - 10/10
44) Zulu- 1964- Cy Enfield
45) The Apartment - 1960 - Billy Wilder - 9/10
46) What a Way to Go-1964-J. Lee Thompson
47) The Third Man - 1949 - Sir Carol Reed - 10/10
48) Rear Window - 1954 - Alfred Hitchcock - 9,5/10
49) Bad Day At Black Rock - 1955 - John Sturges
50) The Philadelphia Story - 1940 - George Cukor - 6/10
51) Brief Encounter - 1945 - David Lean - 9,5/10
52) The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp - 1943 - Michael Powell
53) Bringing Up Baby - 1938 - Howard Hawks - 8,5/10
54) The Invisible Man - 1933 - James Whale - 7/10
55) If... - 1968 - Lindsay Anderson
56) The Wizard Of Oz - 1939 - Victor Fleming 7/10
57) Paths of Glory - 1957 - Stanley Kubrick - 10/10
58) Viridiana - 1961 - Luis Bunuel - 8,5/10
59) Le Doulos-1962 - Jean-Pierre Melville 9/10
60) Some Like It Hot - 1959 - Billy Wilder - 7,5/10
61) March of the Wooden Soldiers-1934 - Gus Meins & Charley Rogers
62) The Maltese Falcon - 1941 - John Huston - 10/10
63) Ikiru - 1952 - Akira Kurosawa - 9/10
64) The Cranes are Flying - 1957 - Mikhail Kalatozov - 9,5/10
65) The Public Enemy-1933-William A.Wellman- 9/10
66) Arsenic and Old Lace - 1944 - Frank Capra - 9,5/10
67) Harvey - 1950 - Henry Koster
68) The Asphalt Jungle - 1950 - John Huston 10/10 (my top pick of the list)
69) Stranger On A Train - 1951 - Alfred Hitchcock 7,5/10
70) 2001: a space odesy--1968-kubrick- 9/10
71) Onibaba - 1964 Kaneto Shindo
72) High Noon - 1952 - Fred Zinneman
73) The Ladykillers- 1955 - Alexander Mackendrick - 10/10
74) The Grapes of Wrath - 1940 - John Ford - 7/10
75) Bride of Frankenstein - 1935 - James Whale - 8/10
76) School for Scoundrels - 1960 - Robert Hamer
77) Bridge on the river kwai- 1957- David Lean - 7,5/10
78) The Kid - Charles Chaplin - 1921 - 9/10
79) The Trial - 1962 - Orson Welles - 9,5/10
80) Double Indemnity- 1944- Billy Wilder - 10/10
81) Papillon - Franklin J Schaffner - 1974 - 9/10
82) To Kill a mockingbird- Robert Mulligan- 1962- 8,5/10
83) The Cabinet of Dr Caligari - 1920 - 10/10
84) Once upon a time in the West - 1968 - Sergio Leone - 10/10
85) the Ten Commandments - 1956 - Cecil B. DeMille - 6/10
86) Who's Afraid Of Virginia Woof? - 1966 - Mike Nichols - 8,5/10
87) Cool Hand Luke - 1967 - Stuart Rosenberg - 7,5/10
88) Went the Day Well - Alberto Cavalcanti 1942
89) The Great Escape - 1963 - John Sturges - 7,5/10
90) Captain Blood - 1935 - Michael Curtiz
91) Laura - 1944 - Otto Preminger- 7/10
92) 10 Rillington Place - 1971 - Richard Fleischer
93) Planet Of The Apes - 1968 - Franklin J. Schaffner - 6,5/10
94) Rocco e i suoi fratelli - 1960 - Luchino Visconti - 10/10
95) The Last Picture Show - 1971 - Peter Bogdanovich - 10/10
96) Throne of Blood - 1957 - Akira Kurosawa
97) Mildred Pierce - 1945 - Michael Curtiz - 8/10
98) The General - 1927 - Buster Keaton and Clyde Bruckman- 10/10
99)The Pajama Game - 1957 - George Abbott
100. Du Rififi Chez Les Hommes- 1955- Jules Dassin- 10/10

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RE: 100 Golden Oldies Recommended by You! FINAL RESULTS! - 17/4/2008 12:30:53 PM   
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If you have access to Sky Arts you might want to keep an eye on it for one of your missing ones - Onibaba seems to be showing on a semi-regular basis.

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RE: 100 Golden Oldies Recommended by You! FINAL RESULTS! - 5/5/2008 10:26:47 AM   
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I've seen 6
actually i'm fairly proud of that..., obviously I really need to see more of them, but it's a start...

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RE: 100 Golden Oldies Recommended by You! FINAL RESULTS! - 8/12/2008 3:53:23 PM   
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2) Ben-Hur - 4/5
24) Psycho - 4/5
30) King Kong - 5/5
31) Gone With The Wind - 5/5
41) Vertigo - 5/5
44) Zulu - 4/5
56) The Wizard Of Oz - 5/5
57) Paths of Glory - 5/5
67) Harvey - 3/5
70) 2001: A Space Odyssey - 5/5
80) Double Indemnity - 4/5
93) Planet Of The Apes - 5/5

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RE: 100 Golden Oldies Recommended by You! FINAL RESULTS! - 12/12/2008 3:54:00 PM   
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would have liked to have seen Cagney on the list. Angels with Dirty Faces is one of my all time favourites.
Each dawn I die, White Heat, Roaring twenties etc etc

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RE: 100 Golden Oldies Recommended by You! FINAL RESULTS! - 20/1/2009 9:33:55 AM   
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I haven't seen 14 of them..a good list. Naturally  we're all going to have preferences for our favourites but still...a good intro to Golden Oldies


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RE: 100 Golden Oldies Recommended by You! FINAL RESULTS! - 21/4/2009 10:56:05 PM   
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2) Ben-Hur - 1959 - William Wyler - doctorolorinbats1975  4/10    
4) Lawrence of Arabia - 1962 - David Lean - James2183  8.9/10
5) For A Few Dollars More - 1965 - Sergio Leone - Dignan  8/10
8) The Good, The Bad and The Ugly - 1966 - Sergio Leone - Tokenfella  9.6/10
12) Yojimbo - 1961 Akira Kurosawa - Zatoichi  8.1/10
16) Casablanca - 1942 - Michael Curtiz - Shawlord  9.8/10
17) The Seventh Seal - 1957 - Ingmar Bergman - Helium Hunchback  9.8/10
24) Psycho - 1960 - Alfred Hitchcock - MOTH  8/10
26) A Matter of Life and Death - 1946 - Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger - Krazy_Beyootiful  10/10
30) King Kong - 1933 - Merian C Cooper & Ernest B Scoedsack - rudeboy  7/10
31) Gone With The Wind - 1939 - Vincent Fleming & George Cukor - Livvie  4/10
36) Seven Samurai - 1954 - Akira Kurosawa - Pherlygwen  9.4/10
38) Metropolis - 1927 - Fritz Lang - Agent Orange  8/10
40) The Graduate - 1967 -Mike Nichols - Grandma Death  8.5/10
41) Vertigo-1958-Alfred Hitchcock-Doncopey1  10/10
43) Dr Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb - 1964 - Stanley Kubrick - Tokenfella  10/10
44) Zulu- 1964- Cy Enfield- Dick Jones  8.4/10
47) The Third Man - 1949 - Sir Carol Reed - Grandma Death  10/10
48) Rear Window - 1954 - Alfred Hitchcock - Oddjob  9.7/10
57) Paths of Glory - 1957 - Stanley Kubrick - Angelus  9.5/10
60) Some Like It Hot - 1959 - Billy Wilder - rudeboy  10/10
62) The Maltese Falcon - 1941 - John Huston - mumblin sumpthin  9.6/10
63) Ikiru - 1952 - Akira Kurosawa - Geir  10/10
67) Harvey - 1950 - Henry Koster - Mogwai  8/10
70) 2001: a space odesy--1968-kubrick-whomas  10/10
77) Bridge on the river kwai- 1957- David Lean -Phil_the_korpse  9.7/10
79) The Trial - 1962 - Orson Welles - MF DOOM  7.8/10
84) Once upon a time in the West - 1968 - Sergio Leone - CURIOUS_GEORGE  9/10
85) the Ten Commandments - 1956 - Cecil B. DeMille - Goldleader  4/10
89) The Great Escape - 1963 - John Sturges - DesolationRow
 
8.5/10
96) Throne of Blood - 1957 - Akira Kurosawa - Zatoichi  9.6/10


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RE: 100 Golden Oldies Recommended by You! FINAL RESULTS! - 21/4/2009 11:46:53 PM   
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1) Anatomy of a Murder- 1959- Otto Preminger-DonCopey1 - 8/10
3) The Italian Job - 1969 - Peter Collinson - Samuelpoet - 9/10
4) Lawrence of Arabia - 1962 - David Lean - James2183 - 10/10
5) For A Few Dollars More - 1965 - Sergio Leone - Dignan - 9/10
6) Sunset Blvd. - 1950 - Billy Wilder - Professor Moriarty - 8/10
7) City Lights - 1931 - Charles Chaplin - directorscut - 9/10
8) The Good, The Bad and The Ugly - 1966 - Sergio Leone - Tokenfella - 10/10
13) The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance - 1962 - John Ford - Oddjob - 10/10
15) Its A Wondeful Life - 1947 - Frank Capra - King_Wah - 10/10
16) Casablanca - 1942 - Michael Curtiz - Shawlord - 10/10
17) The Seventh Seal - 1957 - Ingmar Bergman - Helium Hunchback - 7/10 
18) It Happened One Night - 1934 - Frank Capra - penny_lane - 8/10
19) The Searchers - 1956 - John Ford - rick_7 - 8/10
20) Duck Soup - 1933 - Leo McCarey - Indio - 8/10
21) His Girl Friday- 1940- Howard Hawks- Dick Jones - 7/10 
22) Way Out West - 1937 - James W. Horne - Gimli The Dwarf - 8/10 
24) Psycho - 1960 - Alfred Hitchcock - MOTH - 10/10
26) A Matter of Life and Death - 1946 - Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger - Krazy_Beyootiful - 8/10 
28) North by Northwest - 1959 - Alfred Hitchcock - Rebel scum - 9/10 
29) The Night of the Hunter - 1955 - Charles Laughton - Angelus - 8/10
30) King Kong - 1933 - Merian C Cooper & Ernest B Scoedsack - rudeboy - 7/10 
31) Gone With The Wind - 1939 - Vincent Fleming & George Cukor - Livvie - 9/10
34) Singin' in the Rain - 1952 - Stanley Donen/Gene Kelly - Geir - 10/10
35) Sunrise: A Song Of Two Humans - 1927 - F.W. Murnau - Harry Lime - 8/10 
36) Seven Samurai - 1954 - Akira Kurosawa - Pherlygwen - 9/10
37) 12 Angry Men - 1957 - Sidney Lumet - Rinc - 9/10
39) An Affair to Remember - 1957 - Leo McCarey - sand_is_overrated - 8/10 
40) The Graduate - 1967 -Mike Nichols - Grandma Death - 8/10
41) Vertigo-1958-Alfred Hitchcock-Doncopey1 - 9/10 
43) Dr Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb - 1964 - Stanley Kubrick - Tokenfella - 10/10 
45) The Apartment - 1960 - Billy Wilder - Shawlord (repeat viewings recommended) - 8/10 first viewing, 10/10 second, Shawlord was right  
47) The Third Man - 1949 - Sir Carol Reed - Grandma Death - 9/10 
48) Rear Window - 1954 - Alfred Hitchcock - Oddjob - 10/10
50) The Philadelphia Story - 1940 - George Cukor - Krazy_Beyootiful - 7/10 
51) Brief Encounter - 1945 - David Lean - mumblin sumpthin - 8/10
52) The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp - 1943 - Michael Powell - Helium Hunchback - 9/10 
53) Bringing Up Baby - 1938 - Howard Hawks - Gimli The Dwarf - 8/10
55) If... - 1968 - Lindsay Anderson - Mr E - 8/10
56) The Wizard Of Oz - 1939 - Victor Fleming - doctorolorinbats1975 - 8/10
57) Paths of Glory - 1957 - Stanley Kubrick - Angelus - 8/10
60) Some Like It Hot - 1959 - Billy Wilder - rudeboy - 9/10 
62) The Maltese Falcon - 1941 - John Huston - mumblin sumpthin - 9/10 
63) Ikiru - 1952 - Akira Kurosawa - Geir - 10/10 
66) Arsenic and Old Lace - 1944 - Frank Capra - audreyII - 8/10 
67) Harvey - 1950 - Henry Koster - Mogwai - 8/10 
69) Stranger On A Train - 1951 - Alfred Hitchcock - Dori - 8/10 
70) 2001: a space odesy--1968-kubrick-whomas - 10/10
72) High Noon - 1952 - Fred Zinneman - JoseStardust - 3/10
73) The Ladykillers- 1955 - Alexander Mackendrick - Ladykiller - 9/10 
75) Bride of Frankenstein - 1935 - James Whale - billythehick - 8/10
77) Bridge on the river kwai- 1957- David Lean -Phil_the_korpse - 9/10
78) The Kid - Charles Chaplin - 1921 - themessiah - 9/10
80) Double Indemnity- 1944- Billy Wilder - badabing -10/10
82) To Kill a mockingbird- Robert Mulligan- 1962- Magenta - 10/10 
83) The Cabinet of Dr Caligari - 1920 - Robert Weine - 8/10 
89) The Great Escape - 1963 - John Sturges - DesolationRow - 7/10
91) Laura - 1944 - Otto Preminger- jeanne - 10/10 
93) Planet Of The Apes - 1968 - Franklin J. Schaffner - MF DOOM 9/10
96) Throne of Blood - 1957 - Akira Kurosawa - Zatoichi - 6/10
98) The General - 1927 - Buster Keaton and Clyde Bruckman- Rhubarb - 10/10 

 
Which i think is 60. Generally its a really good list, and im enjoying going through it. Hopefully i should be done with it by the end of the year.

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RE: 100 Golden Oldies Recommended by You! FINAL RESULTS! - 28/5/2009 9:50:43 PM   
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Great list but Seven Samurai is not near high enough on it!

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RE: 100 Golden Oldies Recommended by You! FINAL RESULTS! - 28/5/2009 11:15:54 PM   
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Great list but Seven Samurai is not near high enough on it!


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RE: 100 Golden Oldies Recommended by You! FINAL RESULTS! - 22/7/2009 9:54:18 AM   
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2) Ben-Hur - 1959 - William Wyler - doctorolorinbats1975
3) The Italian Job - 1969 - Peter Collinson - Samuelpoet
6) Sunset Blvd. - 1950 - Billy Wilder - Professor Moriarty
8) The Good, The Bad and The Ugly - 1966 - Sergio Leone - Tokenfella
9) The Lady Vanishes-1938 Alfred Hitchcock-Naweed_1
16) Casablanca - 1942 - Michael Curtiz - Shawlord
24) Psycho - 1960 - Alfred Hitchcock - MOTH
26) A Matter of Life and Death - 1946 - Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger
28) North by Northwest - 1959 - Alfred Hitchcock - Rebel scum
30) King Kong - 1933 - Merian C Cooper & Ernest B Scoedsack - rudeboy
31) Gone With The Wind - 1939 - Vincent Fleming & George Cukor - Livvie
34) Singin' in the Rain - 1952 - Stanley Donen/Gene Kelly - Geir
36) Seven Samurai - 1954 - Akira Kurosawa - Pherlygwen
37) 12 Angry Men - 1957 - Sidney Lumet - Rinc
41) Vertigo-1958-Alfred Hitchcock-Doncopey1
43) Dr Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb - 1964 - Stanley Kubrick - Tokenfella
47) The Third Man - 1949 - Sir Carol Reed - Grandma Death
48) Rear Window - 1954 - Alfred Hitchcock - Oddjob
50) The Philadelphia Story - 1940 - George Cukor - Krazy_Beyootiful
51) Brief Encounter - 1945 - David Lean - mumblin sumpthin
53) Bringing Up Baby - 1938 - Howard Hawks - Gimli The Dwarf
56) The Wizard Of Oz - 1939 - Victor Fleming - doctorolorinbats1975
60) Some Like It Hot - 1959 - Billy Wilder - rudeboy
62) The Maltese Falcon - 1941 - John Huston - mumblin sumpthin
67) Harvey - 1950 - Henry Koster - Mogwai
75) Bride of Frankenstein - 1935 - James Whale - billythehick
77) Bridge on the river kwai- 1957- David Lean -Phil_the_korpse
84) Once upon a time in the West - 1968 - Sergio Leone - CURIOUS_GEORGE 85) the Ten Commandments - 1956 - Cecil B. DeMille - Goldleader
89) The Great Escape - 1963 - John Sturges - DesolationRow


Thats all i've seen I must watch more golden oldies. Watching Bringing Up Baby yesterday inspired me to see more


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RE: 100 Golden Oldies Recommended by You! FINAL RESULTS! - 22/7/2009 12:49:57 PM   
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Hi I'm new here... Great list... but the spaghetti western is not my cup of tea... so Iwould not have included them... and where is War of the Worlds

I've seen 45 of them... I need to get a move on....

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RE: 100 Golden Oldies Recommended by You! FINAL RESULTS! - 22/7/2009 4:08:35 PM   
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2) Ben-Hur - 1959 - William Wyler - doctorolorinbats1975
3) The Italian Job - 1969 - Peter Collinson - Samuelpoet
4) Lawrence of Arabia - 1962 - David Lean - James2183
5) For A Few Dollars More - 1965 - Sergio Leone - Dignan
6) Sunset Blvd. - 1950 - Billy Wilder - Professor Moriarty
7) City Lights - 1931 - Charles Chaplin - directorscut
8) The Good, The Bad and The Ugly - 1966 - Sergio Leone - Tokenfella
9) The Lady Vanishes-1938 Alfred Hitchcock-Naweed_1
11) The Haunting - 1963 Robert Wise - Mr E
13) The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance - 1962 - John Ford - Oddjob
15) Its A Wondeful Life - 1947 - Frank Capra - King_Wah
16) Casablanca - 1942 - Michael Curtiz - Shawlord
17) The Seventh Seal - 1957 - Ingmar Bergman - Helium Hunchback
19) The Searchers - 1956 - John Ford - rick_7
20) Duck Soup - 1933 - Leo McCarey - Indio
24) Psycho - 1960 - Alfred Hitchcock - MOTH
26) A Matter of Life and Death - 1946 - Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger - Krazy_Beyootiful
28) North by Northwest - 1959 - Alfred Hitchcock - Rebel scum
29) The Night of the Hunter - 1955 - Charles Laughton - Angelus
30) King Kong - 1933 - Merian C Cooper & Ernest B Scoedsack - rudeboy
31) Gone With The Wind - 1939 - Vincent Fleming & George Cukor - Livvie
32) Midnight Cowboy - 1969 - John Schlesinger - Giant Green Rabbit
34) Singin' in the Rain - 1952 - Stanley Donen/Gene Kelly - Geir
36) Seven Samurai - 1954 - Akira Kurosawa - Pherlygwen
40) The Graduate - 1967 -Mike Nichols - Grandma Death
41) Vertigo-1958-Alfred Hitchcock-Doncopey1
43) Dr Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb - 1964 - Stanley Kubrick - Tokenfella
44) Zulu- 1964- Cy Enfield- Dick Jones
45) The Apartment - 1960 - Billy Wilder - Shawlord (repeat viewings recommended)
47) The Third Man - 1949 - Sir Carol Reed - Grandma Death
48) Rear Window - 1954 - Alfred Hitchcock - Oddjob
51) Brief Encounter - 1945 - David Lean - mumblin sumpthin
56) The Wizard Of Oz - 1939 - Victor Fleming - doctorolorinbats1975
57) Paths of Glory - 1957 - Stanley Kubrick - Angelus
60) Some Like It Hot - 1959 - Billy Wilder - rudeboy
62) The Maltese Falcon - 1941 - John Huston - mumblin sumpthin
63) Ikiru - 1952 - Akira Kurosawa - Geir
68) The Asphalt Jungle - 1950 - John Huston - Jackie Boy
70) 2001: a space odesy--1968-kubrick-whomas
72) High Noon - 1952 - Fred Zinneman - JoseStardust
73) The Ladykillers- 1955 - Alexander Mackendrick - Ladykiller
74) The Grapes of Wrath - 1940 - John Ford - Frank Booth
75) Bride of Frankenstein - 1935 - James Whale - billythehick
77) Bridge on the river kwai- 1957- David Lean -Phil_the_korpse
78) The Kid - Charles Chaplin - 1921 - themessiah
80) Double Indemnity- 1944- Billy Wilder - badabing
82) To Kill a mockingbird- Robert Mulligan- 1962- Magenta
84) Once upon a time in the West - 1968 - Sergio Leone - CURIOUS_GEORGE 
89) The Great Escape - 1963 - John Sturges - DesolationRow
93) Planet Of The Apes - 1968 - Franklin J. Schaffner - MF DOOM
95) The Last Picture Show - 1971 - Peter Bogdanovich - rick_7
96) Throne of Blood - 1957 - Akira Kurosawa - Zatoichi
98) The General - 1927 - Buster Keaton and Clyde Bruckman- Rhubarb

A mere 53 of the films seen.


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RE: 100 Golden Oldies Recommended by You! FINAL RESULTS! - 4/8/2009 6:53:48 PM   
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I've seen 68 of 100, but not 2 of the top-3. Strange?

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