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What is your favorite old black and white movie?

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What is your favorite old black and white movie?
What old black and white movie do you enjoy watching?
Created: February 23, 2019
By: 76May
Totals: 1 vote, 10 comments
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3 weeks ago
I still cherish "Wuthering Heights" from 1939.
3 weeks ago
Battleground, 1949, starring James Whitmore, Van Johnson, Denise Darcel, and many other popular actors of the time.
reply to: The Day the Earth Stood Still http://archive.org/details/The.Day.The.Earth.Stood.Still1951
3 weeks ago
That's a good one to, good cast, the flying saucer, and robot were very well done.
reply to: That's a good one to, good cast, the flying saucer, and robot were very well done.
3 weeks ago
Voted: This
3 weeks ago
Miracle on 34th Street, made in 1947 with Natalie Wood. Loved all the characters in this movie. It charming and funny.
reply to: Miracle on 34th Street, made in 1947 with Natalie Wood. Loved all the characters in this movie. It charming and funny. https://www.choozler.com/userimg/OJ5UInwKwxXwKxX.jpg
3 weeks ago
Natalie Wood was such a great actress.
A week and 6 days ago
There are many of them. To Kill a Mocking Bird, Twelve Angry Men, Captains Courageous.....for 3.
6 days ago
I love the old classics but right off the top of my head I will say, "Gilda."