Gone with the WInd, Breakfast at Tiffany's, and Casablanca just to name a few. :)
Yea i think its normal..
I will never admit that
Yea,if you would've clapped and said "Die you mangy mutt!!!"....
Eh..not so much..
It is a great movie but I need a box of tissues when I watch it cause I cry like a baby every time.
Oh that is a great movie
Also, Hush, hush, Sweet Charlotte. Another classic.
The Wizard of Oz!
Another one of my favorites.
1975 - "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest".
That is a good one.
you're a bad girl!
Oh me too. I think I have watched it like a 100 times. I love it.
I agree love is always been a lovely thing. :)
My alltime favorite movie that
I've watched dozens of times is Zorba the Greek
But not sure it counts as a "classic" because it is a bit obscure for some reason
So II'll go with My Fair Lady I still hum those songs often
Its a classic in my book. :)
Oh My Fair Lady was amazing
Too many to name but I have recently watched Tales of Manhattan and also "Flesh and Fantasy," these are movies with small stories that have similar themes.
Whatever Happened to Baby Jane, Psycho, and a whole lot of others
That is a good movie.
The Lion In Winter
Singing In The Rain
All About Eve
The Wizard Of Oz
A Patch Of Blue
...that's off the top of my head. There are many more.
You do have a very good list
West Side Story
The Day The Earth Stood Still
A Face In The Crowd
LOL...It never ends.
Omg you could so be my movie watching buddy
Got that right
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The Man Who Laughs
Maybe wizard of oz? I like so many! Casablanca?
Also too many Christmas themed ones to mention
Oh I love them both.
Maybe the Great dictator? Dang, I have so many faves.
oo..oo... I got one,
To Kill a Mockingbird
Its a good one.
The Universal Monster movies
I love a good monster movie
oh Seven Samurai good one!
That reminds me of two other wildly "classic" movies
Rashomon another Kurosawa venture that was so groundbreaking it gets an entire cinematic style named for it.
Seventh Seal Ingmar Bergman's super weird (even for Bergman) movie about religion, faith and redemption
Wizard Of Oz
Lady and the Tramp.
Oh that is a beautiful movie.
The Time Machine/Soylent Green. Both of them kind of lay out our future.
Those are both great movies.
I think you might be right.
probably not really classic but nanny mcfee
Darling, if it is a classic to you, then that is all that matters.
secretly misses being called "darling" :-\
I'm happy for ya ;)
I love you baby
I will always stand by your side baby
Aww I am forever yours too.
Aww baby that was so sweet
I loved how you said that.
I love you John
I know baby.
Awww baby I will.
strokes your hair
Oh yes baby tomorrow is fine.
The Good Earth - it is on now. Great movie and better book.
Heidi (Temple); Hunchback of Notre Dame (Laughton); A Christmas Story. All three movies have issues about them that concern me: abduction/human trafficking/human abuse/shaming/bullying.
Anything with Errol Flynn or Tyrone Powers.
''Gone with the Wind''
I love that movie