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Does anyone else enjoy classic movies? I'm a huge fan of Turner Classic Movie

MermaidSuzy888 6 Apr 27

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The Asphalt Jungle
Treasure Island w/Wallace Berry
I like the old gangster films, dead end kids, and such.
And let's not forget Reefer Madness


Yep,,,,,have the grandkids come over and make popcorn etc....great time.


Me too.


Yes, especially those from the 1930's.


Yaaaas!!!!!! LOVE turner. Miss it since doing the Amazon fire stick 😟 Maybe there's a subscription I've yet to come across on it.


Yes, I love old movies and took "History of the Motion Picture" as an elective course in college.


<------Huge fan. HUGE.


It's fun to say out loud the names of random actors.

John Agar.
Richard Widmark.
Majorie Maine.
Gonzalez Gonzalez.

John Wayne
Jimmy Stewart
Tyrone Power
Alan Ladd

@MermaidSuzy888 I am the same way!!! I like SNL, but I always have to ask my kids "who?" Jack Carson's a good one. Gig Young. Chill Willis, Myrna Loy, and (be still my heart) Cyd Charisse.


I like classic movies, although somtimes it is hard to get over the stilted acting techniques.

When I was a kid we'd go to "The Old Time Music Hall" in El Segundo, CA to see old classic movies. The program usually started with silent films accompanied by life whirlitser organ music and finish with usually mostly forgotten great movies. It really made me appreciate older movies.


Love them!! I have a collection of them. They don't make movies like that anymore.

Coldo Level 8 Apr 27, 2018

Oh yeah.... so many great films out there from the...uh... last century. 🙂

Hahaha, last century, ancient history also


Yup, B&W still holds certain magic

Especially Film Noir


Very much so.
i started to put in some examples but the list immediately got out of control. I'll start with "Roman Holiday", "To Sir, With Love", "Bell, Book and Candle" and "Father Goose".

Father Goose is such an entertaining movie. Boy, I love Cary Grant.

@MermaidSuzy888 A very long time ago (for me. 1970s) I belonged to a group called the Tucson Temple of Theater and Art. They would take suggestions for movies to acquire and show in their theater.

At the time the only 'rule' was that it should be a silent film but exceptions were allowed. For instance I remember seeing Night of the Living Dead but also Battleship Potemkin and many others. We had a great time seeing and talking about the films.


Watch it all the time!

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