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Yeah, "I Am a Fugitive From a Chaingang" is indeed a great movie. They Drive By Night is on my watch list Never heard of 21 Days but I'll definitely seek it out, too! Thanks. 1. Fantasia 2. Snow White And The Seven Dwarfs 3. Pinnochio 4. Dumbo 5. Bambi ^To me, his 30s and 40s era work stands alone in artistic and technical brilliance and are Walt's true masterpieces 50s: 1. Sleeping Beauty 2. Cinderella 3. Peter Pan 60s era: 1. The Jungle Book 2. The Sword In The Stone 3. Swiss Family Robinson 4. Pollyanna 5. Mary Poppins ***long intervening period of forgettable garbage*** Disney Renaissance: 1. Beauty And The Beast 2. The Lion King 3. The Little Mermaid 4. Pocahontas 5. The Rescuers: Downunder Loved early Pixar right up until Finding Nemo, the most overrated animated movie of all time Funny, my mum, myself, my sister, and my cousins are all fans of Beatrix Potter's books and none of us were born in the 40s. I was born in the 90s. Yes, completely agree. Sadly a lost art. Actually forgot how stunning the Himalayan backdrops look in Black Narcissus...that's like a Renaissance painting! How about these: MARRY POPPINS BEN HUR SINGIN' IN THE RAIN The 30s rule! Curious, which great 1930s movies did you watch this year? I was also a strict Bogie and Cagney guy and didn't bother watching anything else that was old... until I saw a restored and remastered print of "The General" by Bustor Keaton, which I loved and it sparked a kind of inspiration in me to watch more movies later throughout the era and earlier. Lately, I'm discovering amazing foreign directors like Kurosawa, Ophuls, Fellini and Herzog. I agree, they are comforting, and for the most part better written, better acted, had better music and gorgeous sets, costumes and cinematography than today's movies which for the most part either resemble expensive, 2 hour long video games, or mediocre tv movies. It will be just as bad or worse than Trump. Biden's yet another rich, racist, war mongering old dinosaur put in office by lobbyists and rich degenerates masquerading as progressives. Add to that possible Dementia and a tendancy to grope and sniff the hair of other people's children. It could only be dandy. Not as great, but the one movie that comes to mind, far as emphasis on prospectors and greed is concerned, is There Will Be Blood (2007) Paul Thomas Anderson's also mentioned on occasion that Treasure is his all time favourite movie. Okay BUMPPP In no particular order: The Treasure of the Sierra Madre Apocalypse Now Vertigo The Conversation La Dolce Vita Unforgiven It Happened One Night Ikiru Ran Goodfellas Aguirre, Wrath of God City of God The Searchers Singin in the Rain The General 2001: A Space Odyssey Lawrence of Arabia The Right Stuff E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial Fargo View all replies >