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Son of Sam 8:07 Mon Jul 17
Great films from the 60s or before that even!
I watched the Sound of Music for the first time in ages, sad i know but that Rodgers and Hammerstein could knock out a great tune,

also watched
Cul De Sac over the weekend , fantastic and
The Secret of Santa Vittoria, in which Anthony Quinn as Bombolini is really superbe and
Its a Mad{x5} World, with a lot of recognisable faces and very very funny
anyone out there got any other favourite 50+ years old that they still watch ?

♫........I am sixteen going on seventeen........♫

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Blunders 3:45 Mon Jul 24
Re: Great films from the 60s or before that even!
No cos that was released 49 years ago.

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 2:03 Mon Jul 24
Re: Great films from the 60s or before that even!
Not much to choose from there Blunders. Is it OK if I watch Once Upon a Time in the West instead?

Blunders 2:00 Mon Jul 24
Re: Great films from the 60s or before that even!
And some more....


Playtime
Brief Encounter
City Lights
Peeping Tom
The Birds
Rebel Without a Cause
The Lady Vanishes
Mon Oncle
Jules and Jim
Shadow of a Doubt
Harvey
Strangers on a Train
I Vitelloni
L'Avventura
Tokyo Olympiad
A Matter of Life and Death
La Dolce Vita
The Leopard
8 & ½
The Gold Rush
The General
Rebecca
The Red Balloon
Wild Strawberries
Sweet Smell of Success
The Passion of Joan of Arc
Double Indemnity
The Treasure of the Sierra Madre
The Apartment
Yojimbo
The Great Dictator
Casablanca
Dr. Strangelove
Torn Curtain
Alfie
The Trouble with Harry
Pinocchio
Crazed Fruit
The Wrong Man
Dracula
Foreign Correspondent
An Affair to Remember
From Here to Eternity
All That Heaven Allows
Saturday Night and Sunday Morning
The Loneliness of the Long Distance Runner
Blow-Up
The Fireman's Ball
Scarface
The 39 Steps
Lifeboat
Hamlet
Bad Day at Black Rock
The Ladykillers
Il Grido
Pickpocket
Stray Dog
Ice Cold in Alex
The Innocents
Wait Until Dark
The Big Sleep
Black Narcissus
Rope
A Streetcar Named Desire
High Noon
The Night of the Hunter
The Searchers
The Killing
Rio Bravo
Charade
Doctor Zhivago
The Face of Another
The Graduate
In Cold Blood
All Quiet on the Western Front
La Grande Illusion
La Regle du Jeu
Rome, Open City
Kind Hearts and Coronets
Les Diaboliques
Throne of Blood
The 400 Blows
The Bad Sleep Well
Ivan's Childhood
Winter Light
The War Game
The Sword of Doom
Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?
The Battle of Algiers
Persona
The Circus
Gone with the Wind
White Heat
Ace in the Hole
Ugetsu Monogatari
Dial M for Murder
Ordet
Rififi
The Seventh Seal
When a Woman Ascends the Stairs
Cool Hand Luke
The Kid
Bicycle Thieves
Some Like It Hot
Judgement at Nuremberg
An Autumn Afternoon
For a Few Dollars More
Red Beard
M
High and Low
Modern Times
Sunset Boulevard
Paths of Glory
Woman of the Dunes
Night and Fog

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 1:58 Mon Jul 24
Re: Great films from the 60s or before that even!
Plus honourable mentions for the only two musicals I can watch without a sick-bucket: for kids, The Wizard of Oz, for grow-ups, Oklahoma!... OK, OK, OK, OK, OK, OK, OK...

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 1:50 Mon Jul 24
Re: Great films from the 60s or before that even!
39 Steps (original) - Best thriller ever
The Searchers - Best western ever
Some Like it Hot - Best comedy ever

Far Cough 1:44 Mon Jul 24
Re: Great films from the 60s or before that even!
Blunders, I really like Toshiro Mifune, great actor

Blunders 1:42 Mon Jul 24
Re: Great films from the 60s or before that even!
but as The Swimmer was released in 1968 it doesn't qualify for this list of films that are over 50 years old....


So you'll just have to put up with some of this old rubbish instead:


Seven Samurai
Vertigo
Lawrence of Arabia
The Third Man
12 Angry Men
It's a Wonderful Life
Citizen Kane
The Bridge on the River Kwai
The Wizard of Oz
North by Northwest
The Good, The Bad, and the Ugly
The Life & Death of Colonel Blimp
Andrei Rublev
Ikiru
Rear Window
The Red Shoes
Rashomon
The Hidden Fortress
Sansho the Bailiff
Tokyo Story
Samurai Rebellion
Harakiri
The Crucified Lovers


Oh the shame!

Blunders 1:25 Mon Jul 24
Re: Great films from the 60s or before that even!
Nah, there's none. Can't think of a single one. All films before 1967 were shit.

like all football was shite before the Premier League.


Christ alive, what a revelation!



PS The Swimmer is an amazing film yes.

oioi 10:01 Mon Jul 24
Re: Great films from the 60s or before that even!
On The Beat

ChesterRd 1:05 Mon Jul 24
Re: Great films from the 60s or before that even!
We certainly do Nurse!

Nurse Ratched 1:00 Mon Jul 24
Re: Great films from the 60s or before that even!
The Swimmer?

Great minds, Chesty.

You and me, we class up this site a treat.

ChesterRd 12:51 Mon Jul 24
Re: Great films from the 60s or before that even!
39 Steps, the original version.

Great shout out previously on Seventh Seal, I love those kid of films and being in B&W made it.

ChesterRd 12:43 Mon Jul 24
Re: Great films from the 60s or before that even!
I know it's already been mentioned but worth another shout out!

ChesterRd 12:40 Mon Jul 24
Re: Great films from the 60s or before that even!
The Swimmer starring Burt Lancaster.

Babelman 11:21 Sun Jul 23
Re: Great films from the 60s or before that even!
Hell Drivers


http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0051713/?ref_=nv_sr_1

Northern Sold 10:56 Sun Jul 23
Re: Great films from the 60s or before that even!
zico... saw that... brilliant doc.... an absolute genius...

eusebiovic 10:29 Sun Jul 23
Re: Great films from the 60s or before that even!
The Knack (and How to Get It) always makes me smile...

zico 3:13 Sun Jul 23
Re: Great films from the 60s or before that even!
I've been watching an interesting documentary about Walt Disney. Obviously as a kid I saw some of the Disney stuff but watching this documentary it is quite mind boggling how a guy just decided that a feature length animated cartoon (Snow White) was the future. To see how much work this entailed is quite incredible especially considering that we are talking the 1930's here. Quite a visionary.

Tomsdad 12:32 Sun Jul 23
Re: Great films from the 60s or before that even!
Oh Mr Porter!

Will Hay.

normannomates 12:24 Sun Jul 23
Re: Great films from the 60s or before that even!
Cool hand Luke was the best film of the 60's..if not ever

normannomates 12:21 Sun Jul 23
Re: Great films from the 60s or before that even!
Humprey Bog art was a superb Actor..and Casablanca I have to say is a cracking film..as is Sierra Madre.
Grew up watching these old black and white movies..at the time thought they were fucking Shit. .but you would at 10 rs old.
Not so keen on Cagney films..loved Burton Lancaster and Robert Mitchum.
Later on Paul Newman.

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