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Favorite Movie Per Decade

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I thought this would be fun and challenging. Post your favorite movie per decade. YOU CAN ONLY POST ONE! That's the challenging part! :grin:


Start in whatever decade you like!


1900's:

1910's:

1920's:

1930's: Wuthering Heights (1939)

1940's: National Velvet (1944)

1950's: An Affair To Remember (1957)

1960's: Mary Poppins (1964)

1970's: The Goodbye Girl (1977)

1980's: Mystic Pizza (1988)

1990's: Titanic (1997)

2000's: Fireproof (2008)

2010's (so far) Beastly (2011)

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I based my choices on what movie I could watch again and again and again ... etc.

1900's: Nothing that I remember.

1910's: Hard to choose. But Im gonna go with anything with the keystone cops in it. Ive seen several and cant remember the name of a single one lol.

1920's: Loooove Buster Keaton. Going with "The General" on this one from 1926.

1930's: The Buccaneer (1938)

1940's: It's a Wonderful Life 1946

1950's: The Inn of the Sixth Happiness 1958, a movie and woman (it is sort of biographical) that I still think about often.

1960's: North to Alaska 1960. Just a fun film. I think I know all the words to the film now.

1970's: Not a lot from that decade that I liked. However ... Star Wars 1977 is a classic and well liked one for me.

1980's: Raiders of the Lost Ark 1981. You would have to make me choose one. I also wanted another favorite,

1990's: The Englishman Who Went Up a Hill But Came Down a Mountain 1995. An odd little foreign film that was rather enjoyable.

2000's: We didnt see a lot of movies after the turn of the century but I have to admit to a fondness for this one: Ice Age 2002.

2010's I havent seen any films yet.

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Lonesome Dove all time, ever! The best for developing characters and involvement with them mentally and emotionally!

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I based my choices on what movie I could watch again and again and again ... etc.

1900's: Nothing that I remember.

1910's: Hard to choose. But Im gonna go with anything with the keystone cops in it. Ive seen several and cant remember the name of a single one lol.

1920's: Loooove Buster Keaton. Going with "The General" on this one from 1926.

1930's: The Buccaneer (1938)

1940's: It's a Wonderful Life 1946

1950's: The Inn of the Sixth Happiness 1958, a movie and woman (it is sort of biographical) that I still think about often.

1960's: North to Alaska 1960. Just a fun film. I think I know all the words to the film now.

1970's: Not a lot from that decade that I liked. However ... Star Wars 1977 is a classic and well liked one for me.

1980's: Raiders of the Lost Ark 1981. You would have to make me choose one. I also wanted another favorite,

1990's: The Englishman Who Went Up a Hill But Came Down a Mountain1995. An odd little foreign film that was rather enjoyable.

2000's: We didnt see a lot of movies after the turn of the century but I have to admit to a fondness for this one: Ice Age 2002.

2010's I havent seen any films yet.




The Inn Of The Sixth Happiness looks really good! I'm going to watch that one! :thumbsup:




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