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Street Scene (1931)
The Most Dangerous Game (1932)
The Private Life of Henry VIII (1933)
The Kennel Murder Case (1933)
It Happened One Night (1934)
The Scarlet Pimpernel (1934)
Charlie Chan in London (1934)
Little Miss Marker (1934)
The Man Who Knew Too Much (1934)
The 39 Steps (1935)
Charlie Chan in Paris (1935)
Charlie Chan in Shanghai (1935)
She (1935)
Scrooge (1935)
A Midsummer Night’s Dream (1935)
My Man Godfrey (1936)
Charlie Chan at the Opera (1936)
Our Relations (1936)
Little Lord Fauntleroy (1936)
Sabotage (1936)
Charlie Chan's Secret (1936)
Charlie Chan at the Race Track (1936)
Charlie Chan at the Circus (1936)
The Man Who Could Work Miracles (1936)
Captain January (1936)
The Last of the Mohicans (1936)
Secret Agent (1936)
Roarin' Lead (1936)
Ghost-Town Gold (1936)
Make Way for Tomorrow (1937)
The Awful Truth (1937)
Easy Living (1937)
The Prisoner of Zenda (1937)
A Star Is Born (1937)
Nothing Sacred (1937)
You only live once (1937)
Charlie Chan at the Olympics (1937)
Charlie Chan on Broadway (1937)
Charlie Chan at Monte Carlo (1937)
Topper (1937)
Oh, Mr. Porter! (1937)
Heidi (1937)
Young and Innocent (1937)
The Lady Vanishes (1938)
Pygmalion (1938)
Romance of the Limberlost (1938)
The Young in Heart (1938)
Merrily We Live (1938)
The Adventures of Tom Sawyer (1938)
Sidewalks of London (1938)
Algiers (1938)
Mysterious Mr. Moto (1938)
They Drive by Night (1938)
That Certain Age (1938)
Mr. Smith Goes to Washington (1939)
Stagecoach (1939)
Of Mice and Men (1939)
The Hound of the Baskervilles (1939)
The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes (1939)
Charlie Chan at Treasure Island (1939)
Love Affair (1939)
Charlie Chan in Reno (1939)
Charlie Chan in City in Darkness (1939)
Mr. Moto in Danger Island (1939)
Jesse James (1939)
First Love (1939)
Three Smart Girls Grow Up (1939)
The Little Princess (1939)
The Story of Alexander Graham Bell (1939)
Made for Each Other (1939)
Rebecca (1940)
His Girl Friday (1940)
Foreign Correspondent (1940)
Murder Over New York (1940)
Night Train to Munich (1940)
Charlie Chan's Murder Cruise (1940)
A Chump at Oxford (1940)
Charlie Chan at the Wax Museum (1940)
Charlie Chan in Panama (1940)
The Long Voyage Home (1940)
Contraband (1940)
Road to Singapore (1940)
Our Town (1940)
Spring Parade (1940)
Down Argentine Way (1940)
It's a Date (1940)
North West Mounted Police (1940)
How Green Was My Valley (1941)
Meet John Doe (1941)
49th Parallel (1941)
Man Hunt (1941)
That Hamilton Woman (1941)
Sun Valley Serenade (1941)
Road to Zanzibar (1941)
Penny Serenade (1941)
The Shepherd of the Hills (1941)
Dead Men Tell (1941)
Pot o' Gold (1941)
Nice Girl? (1941)
Random Harvest (1942)
In Which We Serve (1942)
Castle in the Desert (1942)
Saboteur (1942)
One of Our Aircraft Is Missing (1942)
The First Of The Few (1942)
This Above All (1942)
The Black Swan (1942)
Orchestra Wives (1942)
Jungle Book (1942)
The Ox-Bow Incident (1943)
The More the Merrier (1943)
Heaven Can Wait (1943)
Sherlock Holmes Faces Death (1943)
Madame Curie (1943)
For Whom the Bell Tolls (1943)
His Butler's Sister (1943)
Hers to Hold (1943)
The Woman in the Window (1944)
The Suspect (1944)
The Scarlet Claw (1944)
The Fighting Sullivans (1944)
Thirty Seconds Over Tokyo (1944)
Phantom Lady (1944)
This Is the Life (1944)
The Pearl of Death (1944)
The Spider Woman (1944)
I'll Be Seeing You (1944)
The Way Ahead (1944)
Standing Room Only (1944)
Can't Help Singing (1944)
Scarlet Street (1945)
And Then There Were None (1945)
Spellbound (1945)
Leave Her to Heaven (1945)
The Bells of St. Mary's (1945)
Story of G.I. Joe (1945)
The True Glory (1945)
Detour (1945)
The Southerner (1945)
The House of Fear (1945)
A Royal Scandal (1945)
Patrick the Great (1945)
Pursuit to Algiers (1945)
Along Came Jones (1945)
Notorious (1946)
A Matter of Life and Death (1946)
Great Expectations (1946)
Gilda (1946)
Cluny Brown (1946)
The Razor's Edge (1946)
Road to Utopia (1946)
Dangerous Money (1946)
The Stranger (1946)
The Strange Love of Martha Ivers (1946)
The Dark Corner (1946)
Canyon Passage (1946)
Dressed to Kill (1946)
Because of Him (1946)
The Virginian (1946)
Odd Man Out (1947)
Body and Soul (1947)
Kiss of Death (1947)
The Farmer's Daughter (1947)
Road to Rio (1947)
Life with Father (1947)
The Egg and I (1947)
The Lost Moment (1947)
13 Rue Madeleine (1947)
Angel and the Badman (1947)
Something in the Wind (1947)
Framed (1947)
My Favorite Brunette (1947)
Golden Earrings (1947)
I'll Be Yours (1947)
Oliver Twist (1948)
Red River (1948)
Yellow Sky (1948)
Raw Deal (1948)
Enchantment (1948)
Pitfall (1948)
Night Has a Thousand Eyes (1948)
The Scar (1948)
Feudin', Fussin' and A-Fightin' (1948)
The Heiress (1949)
Twelve O'Clock High (1949)
The Hidden Room (1949)
The Small Back Room (1949)
The Secret Garden (1949)
The Reckless Moment (1949)
Yes Sir, That's My Baby (1949)
Too Late for Tears (1949)
Impact (1949)
Prince of Foxes (1949)
The Inspector General (1949)
Ma and Pa Kettle (1949)
Africa Screams (1949)
In a Lonely Place (1950)
Where the Sidewalk Ends (1950)
Cyrano de Bergerac (1950)
D.O.A. (1950)
So Long at the Fair (1950)
Three Came Home (1950)
Broken Arrow (1950)
Woman on the Run (1950)
Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye (1950)
Ma and Pa Kettle Go to Town (1950)
The Browning Version (1951)
Decision Before Dawn (1951)
Fourteen Hours (1951)
A Christmas Carol (1951)
Rawhide (1951)
Take Care of My Little Girl (1951)
The Mob (1951)
I'd Climb the Highest Mountain (1951)
Go for Broke! (1951)
Ma and Pa Kettle Back on the Farm (1951)
Othello (1952)
Come Back, Little Sheba (1952)
The Importance of Being Earnest (1952)
Hunted (1952)
Kansas City Confidential (1952)
Phone Call from a Stranger (1952)
The World in His Arms (1952)
Ma and Pa Kettle at the Fair (1952)
Stalag 17 (1953)
Little Fugitive (1953)
The Hitch-Hiker (1953)
The Wild One (1953)
Ma and Pa Kettle on Vacation (1953)
Column South (1953)
Salt of the Earth (1954)
Vera Cruz (1954)
Robinson Crusoe (1954)
Suddenly (1954)
The Detective (1954)
Ride Clear of Diablo (1954)
The Purple Plain (1954)
Ma and Pa Kettle at Home (1954)
Secret of the Incas (1954)
Kiss Me Deadly (1955)
The Man with the Golden Arm (1955)
The Big Combo (1955)
Good Morning, Miss Dove (1955)
Man Without a Star (1955)
Crashout (1955)
Ma and Pa Kettle at Waikiki (1955)
Patterns (1956)
Moby Dick (1956)
The Man in the Gray Flannel Suit (1956)
Jubal (1956)
The Spanish Gardener (1956)
The Kettles in the Ozarks (1956)
Time Table (1956)
1984 (1956)
The Battle of the River Plate (1956)
Backlash (1956)
12 Angry Men (1957)
Five on a Treasure Island (1957)
Men in War (1957)
Abandon Ship (1957)
The Tall T (1957)
How to Murder a Rich Uncle (1957)
Desk Set (1957)
Count Five and Die (1957)
Tammy and the Bachelor (1957)
The Kettles on Old MacDonald's Farm (1957)
Les Misérables (1958)
The Inn of the Sixth Happiness (1958)
Anatomy of a Murder (1959)
Ride Lonesome (1959)
No Name on the Bullet (1959)
Shake Hands with the Devil (1959)
Yesterday's Enemy (1959)
The Guns of Navarone (1961)
One-Eyed Jacks (1961)
The Loneliness of the Long Distance Runner (1962)
Billy Budd (1962)
Lonely Are the Brave (1962)
McLintock! (1963)
55 Days at Peking (1963)
My Fair Lady (1964)
Fate Is the Hunter (1964)
The War Game (1965)
Falstaff - Chimes at Midnight (1965)
The Flight of the Phoenix (1965)
Death Rides a Horse (1967)
Hell in the Pacific (1968)
Secrets of the Pirates' Inn (1969)

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Shiv - What a wonderful site! I wish I had found it earlier. Please keep up the great work.

April 18, 2014    _                   __


Kat - Ma and Pa Kettle at Waikiki (1955) - I love these great old movies!

April 18, 2014    _                   __


Bella - I love your site. Where have you been all my life?!

Also, are you on Facebook or twitter?

Thank you Bella, I am not on Twitter, but you can find Old Movie Time on Facebook here. - Dan

April 17, 2014    _                    __


Hibubib - Little Miss Marker (1934) - Shirley was a great person on the actress stage and on the governmental stage before she died.

April 16, 2014    _                    __


Susan - Little Miss Marker (1934) - Enjoyed watching this with my mum. It took me back to my childhood. Love the Shirley Temple films!

April 16, 2014    _                    __


Alan - For Whom the Bell Tolls (1943) - The success of Hemmingway's novel probably stems from his literacy skills but I gave up with the film after an hour...I may go back to it at a later day!

April 15, 2014    _                    __


Alan - Billy Budd (1962) - A very worthy and enjoyable film and with an intelligent and realistic comment about justice, the law and the options open to the navy of the day...

April 15, 2014    _                    __


Chroesus - D.O.A. (1950) - I loved the tight plotting, good script and enjoyed every minute of some of the best work Edmond O'Brien ever did. This is so much fun to watch except for that strange slid whistle soundtrack.

April 14, 2014    _                    __


Kenny - Peter Gunn (1958–1961) - Without a doubt the coolest show on TV at that time. Lola Albright :). Thanx for posting these.

April 13, 2014    _                    __


Drew - Another request for my mother of 94 years: She remembers a movie about a woman jeweler who had set up some kind of orphanage, but was selling the unfortunates to wealthy families. There was a register kept of all “transactions” and finally the gardener at this place spilt the story and had the book to prove it.

April 13 2014    _                    __


Marty - The Razor's Edge (1946) - This was a wonderful movie. I had seen it years ago, but it still was riveting.

April 12, 2014    _                    __


Fayad - Here I relive my youth as I am entertained once more with the thrilling oldies of my younger years. Though at that time they were not oldies.

April 12, 2014    _                    __


Cr - Along Came Jones (1945) - Great old movie.

April 12, 2014    _                    __


Penny - Wagon Train (1957–1965) - Love the shows.

April 11, 2014    _                    __


Anthony - The Mob (1951) - Love the movie would watch it again, it was that good!!

April 10, 2014    _                    __


Been - The Woman in the Window (1944) - Great ending. Very unexpected.

April 10, 2014    _                    __


Gina - The Spider Woman (1944) - I love Basil Rathbone as Holms I think he so cool for those times and entertaining!

April 10, 2014    _                    __


Jonathan - The Woman in the Window (1944) - Love Edward G......top class actor.

April 10, 2014    _                    __


Bill - I found your site looking for another, I love it oldies but goodies.

April 9, 2014    _                     __


Sharon - TO DREW;   Found it......   Snowfire (1958) WHITE STALLION BEFRIENDED BY A YOUNG GIRL  ;  a real joy to watch.

April 9, 2014    _                     __


Drew - My mother is 94 and frail but she wanted to watch a movie she saw in the 40's or 50's about a girl befriending a white horse in the forest and no one believed her. Any thoughts?

April 6 2014    _                     __


Masood - Stalag 17 (1953) - A very interesting movie, definitely old is gold.

April 9, 2014    _                     __


Cathy - I found your site accidentally......I'm in heaven! Thank you Dan! These movies are bringing back some wonderful memories.

April 8, 2014    _                     __


Bob S - The Fighting Sullivans (1944) - Great little film, I was 9 years old when this came out. Nice to see it again. Still shed a tear at the end.

April 8, 2014    _                     __


Carlyle Reedy - The War Game (1965) - I was in this film, playing one of the corpses lining the gutter, in a long camera pan going by rather quickly midway through the film. The film, directed by Peter Watkins, was banned for being too frightening. Simon Hartog, Derek Ware, myself and other young aware people who worked with Watkins can be proud of this lone effort to face up.

We can also be glad that during the ensuing 49 years all countries have shown restraint,thus scenes as depicted in the War Game film have not been realized n actuality.

However, the stupidity of countries arming themselves has continued, augmenting the

potential for extinction of our species. This fact shows our great stupidity and foolishness abundantly.

April 8, 2014    _                     __


Barb - I'll Be Seeing You (1944) - Loved this movie, Joseph Cotton has always been one of my favorites.

April 7, 2014    _                     __


Kristine - Notorious (1946) - One of the greats!  They just don't make them like this and seems all the 'greats' are gone.  Thank-you, I remember watching it many years ago.

April 6, 2014    _                     __


Kristine - Heidi (1937) - The movie Heidi I watched several times as a child. She was so talented. Thank-you for having this movie. I've looked for it a long time.

April 6, 2014    _                     __


Bob S - Billy Budd (1962) - Great film.

April 5, 2014    _                     __


Hannah - The Bells of St. Mary's (1945) - Sweet, inspirational film. I cried throughout. Second film about Father O'Malley (the first was Going My Way). Bergman puts in a terrific performance, though she plays a very different type of 'leading lady' here. Crosby great again as Father O'Malley.

April 5, 2014    _                     __


Hannah - Pygmalion (1938) - Marvelous performances by Leslie Howard and Wendy Hiller. Makes My Fair Lady seem sort of over acted.

April 5, 2014    _                     __


Raymond - Framed (1947) - A very good movie.

April 3, 2014    _                     __


Chunky - The Man Who Could Work Miracles (1936) - Brilliant entertainment.

April 2, 2014    _                     __


Kenny - Charlie Chan's Secret (1936) - This was one of Olands' last movies before the booze took over and he went back to Sweden. It's sad.

April 2, 2014    _                     __


Kenny - Crashout (1955) - Got to be one of the best worse(B) movies ever!! LOL

April 2, 2014    _                     __


Roy of London - Random Harvest (1942) - Great movie, they don't make em like this any more.

April 2, 2014    _                     __


Jacky - Twelve O'Clock High (1949) - Good movies….what I want.

April 2, 2014    _                     __


Valerie - Romance of the Limberlost (1938) - I really enjoyed this.

April 1, 2014    _                     __


Bob - Golden Earrings (1947) - I remember going to see this as a 12 year old, asking anybody to take me in. Great to see it again. Remembered the song too.

April 1, 2014    _                     __


G.W. - The Spanish Gardener (1956) - Very Good...good for family!

April 1, 2014    _                     __


Rita - Ma and Pa Kettle at Waikiki (1955) - Great to see the good ole movies.

March 31, 2014    _                 __


Debra - Topper (1937) - I have loved topper since childhood with my grandma, it was fun to watch again.

March 30, 2014    _                 __


Kate - Tulsa (1949) - Just Watched Tulsa. Thank yo  so much for the chance to see these old greats.

March 30, 2014    _                 __


Jane - The Snows of Kilimanjaro (1952) - The Snows of Kilimanjaro = Tremendous. For all you females out there = a real tearjerker.

March 29, 2014    _                 __


RWC - The Detective (1954) - Try this film based on the story by Chesterton Staring Alec Guinness, Joan Greenwood,and Peter Finch. It's most inspiring and well directed. Alec Guinness shines as the mysterious Father Brown.

March 29, 2014    _                 __


Kim - The Kettles in the Ozarks (1956) - Another great Kettle movie.  What's not to love.

March 28, 2014    _                 __


Ron - Pitfall (1948) - Outstanding.

March 28, 2014    _                 __


Kim - Ma and Pa Kettle at Home (1954) - The sweetest one.

March 28, 2014    _                 __


JP - It Happened One Night (1934) - When you know the story on how Colbert & Gable ended up as the leads in this picture, it helps to cement the notion that chemistry, no matter how it's brought together, makes for a great movie.

March 26, 2014    _                 __


Ray - Young Fugitives (1938) - Very good heartwarming movie. Well worth watching!

March 25, 2014    _                 __


Kiya - Rebecca (1940) - I love classic movies and mysteries are my favorite, I'm glad I finally watched "Rebecca" it was my kind of movie. That was excellent!

March 24, 2014    _                 __


SpankyD - It Happened One Night (1934) - I have watched this movie numerous times, and it is one of the great classics that will never lose its appeal.

March 20, 2014    _                 __


Mr. T - Little Fugitive (1953) - This was so cute I could not stop watching it from start to finish. It was worth the last line in the movie, lol.

March 19, 2014    _                 __


Gail - First Love (1939) - Five Star...not a dull moment. Love the ending.

March 17, 2014    _                 __


Alex - Rebecca (1940) - Many years since I've seen this.  Wonderful film.  Loved it every minute it.

March 17, 2014    _                 __


Gail - Fate Is the Hunter (1964) - Excellent! Very good watch.......

March 16, 2014    _                 __


Danielle - Three Comrades (1938) - Beautiful movie, as is the book. Friendship, honour and stoicism. Thank you for programming it. Reading the review from the NY Times (1938) is really interesting.

March 16, 2014    _                 __


Wolf - The Man with the Golden Arm (1955) - Great idea to have a chance to see these wonderful old movies again.Much better than most of this modern rubbish.

March 16, 2014    _               ___


Len - 55 Days at Peking (1963) - That’s when movies were movies, such a strong movie with sadness, loved it.

March 15, 2014    _               ___


Pauline - How Green Was My Valley (1941) - My dad worked in the coal mines at Cardiff and I watch this whenever I can.  Tears still comes to my eyes thinking of my three sons and daughter.

March 15, 2014    _                 __


Eileen - The Inn of the Sixth Happiness (1958) - I saw this movie as a young girl I am now 66 and I have never forgotten it a wonderful move I love Ingrid Bergman.

March 15, 2014    _                 __


Samuel - The Guns of Navarone (1961) - More than excellent.

March 15, 2014    _                 __


Gail - The Razor's Edge (1946) - Intriguing,scenery excellent...

March 14, 2014    _               ___


Eunice - 55 Days at Peking (1963) - Ava Gardner always lovely in anything, well acted by all, thank you.

March 13, 2014    _               ___


Shotgun Mike - Ma and Pa Kettle Go to Town (1950) - I get so much joy out of watching Pa and Ma Kettle films, now this is entertainment.

March 12, 2014    _               ___


Nina - The More the Merrier (1943) - Delightful movie...home sick in bed, laughing and smiling over such a charming film. Thank you!!

March 12, 2014    _               ___


Valerie - Story of G.I. Joe (1945) - Robert Mitchum...... My very favourite male actor since I was 12 years old; what a treat to see this.

March 12, 2014    _               ___


Dave - Because of Him (1946) - Great actors, great story, great flick. Why don't they make movies like this today instead of zombies and death?

March 10, 2014    _               ___


Ma & Pa - Ma and Pa Kettle on Vacation (1953) - I love The Kettles, great movie.

March 10, 2014    _               ___


Valerie - Night Train to Munich (1940) - Wow, wonderful.

March 10, 2014    _               ___


Danielle - How Green Was My Valley (1941) - Just one comment:  Superb acting.

March 9, 2014    _                 ___


Mike - Charlie Chan at the Race Track (1936) - I had a hard time finding the old movies I watched as kid. I am glad I found you.  Thanks a lot.

March 9, 2014    _                 ___


Linda - Rebecca (1940) - One of my most favorite movies ever!!  Thank you Hitchcock!!

March 8, 2014    _                 ___


Gail - Our Town (1940) - Good movie....good old days.

March 8, 2014    _                 ___


Gary - The Guns of Navarone (1961) - Excellent movie.

March 8, 2014    _                 ___


Ray - It Happened One Night (1934) - Now this is what you call a movie.

March 8, 2014    _                 ___


Frank - Tammy and the Bachelor (1957) - You are right Laura they don't make movies like this anymore . Fun movie.

March 8, 2014    _                 ___


Derek - The Guns of Navarone (1961) - Agree with you all, great film and acting. Pity they do not make them like this anymore.

March 7, 2014    _                 ___


Vijay - Limelight (1952) - Nostalgic experience.

March 7, 2014    _                 ___


Pa - Ma and Pa Kettle at Waikiki (1955) - I always enjoy all of the Ma and Pa kettle movies.  They don't make movies like this any more.

March 7, 2014    _                 ___


Bill - On Borrowed Time (1939) - Been a favorite since I was a kid. Great film to introduce to any age.

March 6, 2014    _                 ___


Bianca - The Kennel Murder Case (1933) - I love anything with William Powell and/or Myrna Loy as well! The Thin Man series are absolutely the best! Eventually, I will own them all.

March 5, 2014    _                 ___


Bob - Story of G.I. Joe (1945) - Mitchum's role is based in Captain Henry Washkow killed in action in Italy. One of Pyles best columns.

March 5, 2014    _                 ___


Anne - First Love (1939) - Lovely film....Deanna Durbin has such a wonderful voice. We'll worth watching.

March 4, 2014    _                 ___


Bob - The Shepherd of the Hills (1941) - Tried to read this book once, but never finished it.  Glad I got to see this movie, now I understand why it is so well liked.  Great movie, thanks.

OMT-Dan - Harold Bell Wright published many very good books. I highly recommend them for a good read.

March 4, 2014    _                 ___


Don - A Midsummer Night’s Dream (1935) - One of my favorite movies from my childhood. It was magic when I watched it in the 1930s.

March 2, 2014    _                 ___


Who - A Matter of Life & Death (1946) - Great show!

March 2, 2014    _                 ___


Lala - It Happened One Night (1934) - Amazing! Really funny and classic.

February 28, 2014    _            ___


Martin - Road to Zanzibar (1941) - Road to Zanzibar is good knockabout nonsense with the boys in good form.

February 28, 2014    _            ___


Estella - Gilda (1946) - This is one of the best movies that Rita Hayworth ever made.

February 28, 2014    _            ___


Jacque - We have given up TV totally and watch old time movies most nights. It’s wonderful, and some of them are older than me.

February 27, 2014    _            ___


Tom - Peter Gunn (1958–1961) - Dan, thanks for making Peter Gunn available after all these years. It brings back a flood of memories. As a boy, I had a crush on Lola Albright who is still alive.

February 27, 2014    _            ___


Maureen - Heidi (1937) - It is a beautiful story told in such a heart warming way. Thank you!

February 26, 2014    _            ___


Joyanne - Easy Living (1937) - So refreshing in today's world.

February 26, 2014                ____


Carml - I Conquer the Sea! (1936) - I like them because I have never seen moves like this. Thank you for showing these that I have never seen.

February 26, 2014                ____


Terri - Ma and Pa Kettle (1949) - One of my favorites! Great story!

February 25, 2014    __            __


Linda - The Heiress (1949) - This, along with "Beyond the Forest" and "The Letter" comprise my three favorite movies of all time.  Thank you, thank you for sharing this!

February 25, 2014    ___            _


Alexander - Too Late for Tears (1949) - It was very exciting.

February 24, 2014    ___ ________


Danielle - Heaven Can Wait (1943) - A lovely movie.  Funny, moving, well played.  I loved it.  Thank you for programming it.

February 24, 2014    ___ ________


Hariram - Spellbound (1945) - These old movies are great. The psycho analyst turning into a detective portrayed by Ingrid Bergman is remarkably good. and so is Gregory peck. Nice movie.

February 24, 2014    ___ ________


Beverly - The Lady Vanishes (1938) - This is one of Hitchcock's earlier works, but it can stand with his later work with no problem. Good plot, well acted and definitely worth your time to watch.   

February 23, 2014    ___ ________


Beverly - On Borrowed Time (1939) - This movie is a must see. It reminds me of Frank Capra's work. Very original in it's plot line. Enjoyable from start to finish. I give it 5 stars.   

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Beverly - The Guns of Navarone (1961) - Have seen this film at least 6 times and it never gets old. One of the classics.   

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Levy - The Guns of Navarone (1961) - This film is one of the best films ever.   

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Toby - Old Yeller (1957) - A heartwarming, endearing story set on a ranch with a good cast. Although set many years ago, it still makes good watching.

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Trice - Anatomy of a Murder (1959) - Great movie classic.   

February 23, 2014    ____________


Alfred - The Navy Way (1944) - I really like such films, it brings me the good old days. Well done…keep them rolling.   

February 22, 2014    ____________


Annette - Thank you for the Shirley Temple marathon...sadens me to think she is in Heaven now!  Beautiful little girl who turned into an incredible woman! May God continue to Bless her family!

February 22, 2014    ____________


Theona - Bright Eyes (1934) - Great to sit back and watch I will never get sick of her movie's loved it. rip

February 22, 2014    ____________


Valerie - The Southerner (1945) - Loved it. Ill be watching this one again.....

February 22, 2014                 ____


Mike - Random Harvest (1942) - Wonderful film, Ronald Coleman brilliant, beautiful voice.

February 21, 2014                ____


Bob - Little Lord Fauntleroy (1936) - What a touching Movie. Loved it.

February 19, 2014    ____________


Kevin - Dragnet (1951–1959) - Great show. Thanks.

February 18, 2014    ____________


Ruth - Bright Eyes (1934) - Nice wholesome movie.

February 18, 2014    ____________


Steve - Yellow Sky (1948) - Don't make em like that anymore.

February 18, 2014    ____


Susan - Heidi (1937) - Thank you , my favorite Shirley Temple movie!

February 17, 2014    ____


Gerry - 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea (1954) - First saw this film when I was 13 yrs old. It's still a remarkable movie after 60 years and no CGI used then. Should be due for a remake.

February 17, 2014    ____


David - Hollywood Stadium Mystery (1938) - Great movie!

February 17, 2014    ____


Kate - The Heiress (1949) - This is the very first old movie I ever saw and it is my favorite to this day. I'm so glad this site has it!

February 17, 2014    ____


James - Your site is the  best guide for old movies.

February 16, 2014    ____


Mehmud - The Purple Plain (1954) - Lovely movie. Took me 50 years back.

February 16, 2014    ____


No name - Random Harvest (1942) - Ema Random Harvest Greer Garson always a favourite lovely film and happy ending. Great acting both of them.

February 16, 2014    ____


Marie - The Heiress (1949) - Although the attempt was made, I found that Olivia de Havilland could not be rendered sufficiently "homely" or plain for her role as Catherine Sloper.  Had her hair not been styled so severely, Catherine could easily have been the belle of the ball.... simply beautiful features.....and no make-up!  Okay,  okay—she can't polka!

February 15, 2014    ____


David - Double Cross (1941) - Thanks, this movie was great!

February 15, 2014    ____


Laura - Wow, how'd you do this?  Really cool and can't wait to share this with my family.  Daddy saw all these good oldie goldies at the Saturday matinee growing up in Detroit - he's going to be your new best fan!

February 14, 2014    ____


Kim - The Heiress (1949) - Great movie. I love it.

February 14, 2014    ____


Connie - Light of Western Stars (1940) - Yet another great old movie about wagon-trains.  I've always been interested in them.  This time they were headed for Oregon. There was even some singing along the way.  Enjoyed the movie. Thanks.

February 14, 2014    ____


Ed’s - Rebecca (1940) - Best movie I've seen in years.

February 14, 2014    ____


NN - A Midsummer Night’s Dream (1935) - I am a lover of classic movies, especially stories by great writers such as this one.

February 13, 2014    ____


Helo - Heidi (1937) - Really it’s an amazing movie.

February 13, 2014    ____


Pauline - This Above All (1942) - A really great movie.

February 12, 2014    ____


Chuck - Robinson Crusoe (1954) - Very good.  Lot of wasted years for Mr. Crusoe.

February 12, 2014    ____


Bob - The Razor's Edge (1946) - The Razor's Edge was a wonderful movie. Tyrone was great.

February 12, 2014    ____


Pauline - Random Harvest (1942) - I've watched this movie over and over.  It always brings and tear and a smile.  Best love story ever...'bar none'.

February 12, 2014    ____


Gregg - Our Relations (1936) - Laurel and Hardy are classic, and will forever be classics.  They're the best of the best.

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Gregg - A Chump at Oxford (1940) - Two classic comedians of all time, Oliver "Ollie" Hardy the straight man and Stan "Stanley" Laurel the good humor man.

February 12, 2014    ____________


Nora - Bright Eyes (1934) - She was the most adorable child star of all time. My little " Curly Top".

February 12, 2014    ____________


Valerie - This Above All (1942) - Wow. You have good movies, and this was grrreat.

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Valerie - Three Came Home (1950) - Have seen this at least 5 times; a factual movie. It is excellent.

February 11, 2014    ___________


MK - Federal Fugitives (1941) - Loved it.  It was so fun, but Doris Day is a different Doris Day than I expected.

February 10, 2014    ___________


Bill - His Butler's Sister (1943) - Very good. I was born in the same city as Deanna.

February 10, 2014    ___________


Valerie - Make Way for Tomorrow (1937) - Glad I got to see this, very touching.

February 10, 2014    ___________


Laura - Tammy and the Bachelor (1957) - My kind of movie.. they don't make movies like these anymore.. simple and down to earth! THANK YOU!

February 10, 2014    ____________


Carlos - Old Yeller (1957) - I love this movie!

February 9, 2014    ____________


Kat - Ma and Pa Kettle on Vacation (1953) - Thank you heaps, I love Ma & Pa Kettle!!!

February 9, 2014    ____________


Connie - The Hitch-Hiker (1953) - I enjoyed the movie.  It was a good lesson in fear and in being loyal to your friends. Good acting. No sex and not nearly enough violence for today's movie-goers. I like it this way. Thanks for having this site!

February 9, 2014    ____________


Mark - The Gunfighter (1950) - Just because you want to leave your past behind don't mean it will leave you.

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Dana - His Butler's Sister (1943) - Thank you for sharing such a beautiful singer. I am so appreciative.

February 9, 2014    ____________


Tina - Ma and Pa Kettle on Vacation (1953) - Wish there were more of these movies! Love them all!!

February 8, 2014    ____________


Alice - Come Back, Little Sheba (1952) - One of my all time favorites...Shirley Booth is amazing.

February 8, 2014    ____________


Valerie - The Woman in the Window (1944) - Fantastic... Have also seen Scarlet Street and the Red House. No one can equal Robinson today.

February 8, 2014    ____________


Colin - The Heiress (1949) - Love it. Thanks old movie time. Love these oldies. Thank you for returning them to me.

February 7, 2014    ____________


Alice - The Heiress (1949) - haha...a little game of "how do YOU like it?" wonderful.

February 7, 2014    ____________


Nan - The Hitch-Hiker (1953) - Very good movie, held my attention.

February 7, 2014    ____________


Gramps - My Favorite Brunette (1947) - Very sharp print and great fun from the master comic and his friends. Love Lorre and Chaney too!

February 6, 2014    ____________


Valerie - The Heiress (1949) - Really love this…Clift is amazing, as is de Havilland.

February 6, 2014    ____________


Susan - I'll Be Seeing You (1944) - One I haven't seen, loved it!

February 5, 2014    ____________


Loni - The Heiress (1949) - I think I've watched this movie 10x and I love it more every time. Great movie and great actors. Wonderful. There's nothing better than a black and white on a cold snowy afternoon.

February 5, 2014    ____________


Pauline - Yesterday's Enemy (1959) - All of my family have served. My losses go back to concentration camps, etc. My interest in these movies is not curiosity...it is knowledge, truth, and understanding of the 'few' who perished and those who  live with the past.

February 5, 2014    ____________


Pauline - Twelve O'Clock High (1949) - One of the best insights into the lives of servicemen and what they face. Gripping, eye opening.

February 5, 2014    ____________


Josie - Bright Eyes (1934) - I adore this little girl, she's my number one child star.

February 4, 2014    ____________


Kumar - Our Relations (1936) - Thank you very much your effort to satisfy our wish to see old movies like laurel hardy my childhood favorite.

February 3, 2014    ____________


Sally - The Suspect (1944) - Let's compare the movies of yesterday to the 'reality' shows of today....oh, but there's no comparison!

February 2, 2014    ____________


Beetle - I  just watched Ma and Pa Kettle go to Town what a great old movie… I'm glad.

February 2, 2014    ____________


Shirley - Spring Parade (1940) - Love Deanna all her movies are so good could never just pick one.

February 1, 2014    ____________


Hannah - Made for Each Other (1939) - A good film. Jimmy Stewart is great, and Carole Lombard is surprisingly good in her dramatic scenes. And such cute babies! Love the scene with the chicken drumstick too.

January 31, 2014    ____________


Deb - The Heiress (1949) - Excellent movie, I enjoyed every minute. Well acted and a plot that is timeless.

January 30, 2014    ____________


Dianna - That Brennan Girl (1946) - How delightful a movie. A REAL LIFE movie. The happy, the sad, the immaturity, the growth....Oh my, how enjoyable a film!***** Thank you again OMT!

January 29, 2014    ____________


Danielle - The Long Voyage Home (1940) - Superb movie, excellent acting, on the sad life of sailors in those days. Scenes of the storm very impressive. Well deserved awards. Thank you.

January 29, 2014    ____


Victor - Pursuit to Algiers (1945) - 4 stars loved it.

January 29, 2014    ____


Mr. T - Impact (1949) - This reminds me of Columbo! You know who dunnit kind of but the game of cat and mouse ensues.

January 28, 2014    ____


Dianna - Rebecca (1940) - Intriguing! What wonderful actors. Held me captive from beginning to end. Loved it***** Thank you again IOMT!

January 28, 2014    ____


Marie - Heidi (1937) - I very much appreciate your making this movie available.  This is one of my favorites, and in my opinion, the best version of Heidi.

January 27, 2014    ____


Chandra - The Gunfighter (1950) - A very sensitive and powerful performance.

January 27, 2014    ____


Marie - The Egg and I (1947) - Thank you so very much for this web site.  I greatly enjoyed seeing this classic once again.

January 27, 2014    ____


Pauline - Random Harvest (1942) - A true love story.  Touches the heart.

January 27, 2014    ____


Norma - Charlie Chan's Secret (1936) - Another very entertaining film, say "most humble servant". Thanks for the wonderful entertainment.

January 26, 2014    ____


Bob - On Borrowed Time (1939) - One of the best movies I have seen in a long time.

January 26, 2014    ____


Bob - The Search (1948) - Well made, acted...

January 26, 2014    ____


Dianna - Random Harvest (1942) - BRAVO!*****What a delightful choice I made in choosing this film today! I was captivated from beginning to end, and will definitely return to it again and again!Thank you IOMT..STELLAR!*****

January 25, 2014    ____


D. L. Millard - Pollyanna (1960) - Wonderful movie great seeing it again look forward to buying this one.

January 25, 2014    ____


TC - The Big Clock (1948) - I like Ray Milland. Very enjoyable.

January 25, 2014    ____


Dianna - Love Affair (1939) - How it thrills me to see the FIRST "Love Affair"***** Oh my. It is breath taking. YOU provide this for us! Those who love classic. Thank you for this wonderful site where one can see the wonder of fine film, actors, and actresses like no other. I am SO happy to have discovered you! Blessings!*****

January 24, 2014    ____________


Dianna - I'd Climb the Highest Mountain (1951) - I'd not seen this incredibly wonderful movie in years! Thank you for making it possible to watch what was REAL film...REAL stars.*****

January 24, 2014    ____________


Gary - The Suspect (1944) - The end my heart thumbing... just wish he would have sailed on to freedom and happiness, but we are talking about when men had morals and respect... love old movies, just a different time, nothing like today... thank's for the Calgone moment, but back to war, killing, unemployment, and reality .

January 24, 2014    ____________


Tom - The Big Lift (1950) - The Big Lift was truly a great movie and one of those never shown in public for many decades. The scenes of Berlin right after the war were moving beyond words. Many thanks for this and all these other movies. You have the most imaginative and well organized website for movies on the net.

January 24, 2014    ____________


Maggie - Make Way for Tomorrow (1937) - I could have cried  a wonderful movie ---50 years is a rare thing these days, and yes, what an example the old couple were.  

Thank you for sharing.

January 24, 2014    ____________


Maggie - Love this site,  just stumbled across it, watched I’d Climb the Highest Mountain, wonderful  looking forward to seeing more.

January 23, 2014    ____________


Lulu - The Big Clock (1948) - Good movie, funny ending, lots of twists I enjoy that.

January 23, 2014    ____________


Adam - Charlie Chan's Secret (1936) - First time I watched a Charlie Chan movie, enjoyable like Sherlock Holmes . Also he was spoofed in comedies.

January 23, 2014    ____________


Bob - The Most Dangerous Game (1932) - Good movie they don't make them like that anymore.

January 21, 2014    ____________


Norma - Charlie Chan at the Olympics (1937) - I truly enjoyed this episode.

January 21, 2014    ____________


Bob - Love Crazy (1941) - Love Crazy is one of the best.

Myrna Loy was one of my favorites.

January 21, 2014    ____________


Norma - Charlie Chan at the Race Track (1936) - Wonderful movie! Love the clothes of that era too. Charlie Chan has always been a "favorite" of mine.

January 20, 2014    ____________


Catherine - I'd Climb the Highest Mountain (1951) - Love helps one climb mountains and indeed the young bride overcame the initial difficult adjustments. An example of a church minister, with his wife's help, reaching out to families in the community. Wish the knowledge of God's existence, spreads to all corners of this earth. Amen!!!

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Val - This is a great old movies site, thoroughly enjoyabe; beats the rubbish filth they churn out these days and the present days actors cannot touch the old ones. More of Broderick Crawford, John Payne, James Cagney, Dan Duryea please please please. thanks for the memories. Best Regards, Val

January 19, 2014    ____________


None - The Heiress (1949) - Very good movie.

January 19, 2014    ____________


Alice - Rebecca (1940) - Joan Fontaine died in her sleep December 15, 2013 at 96. RIP Joan! Now that you have left us, Mrs. De Winter, will you go to Manderley again?

January 19, 2014    ____________


None - The Fighting Sullivans (1944) - Amazing movie!

January 17, 2014    ____________


David - Spellbound (1945) - I love these old movies.  They are great.  Thanks for making them available.  I would subscribe to a service that had only movies form the 30's to the 60's.

OMT reply - David, Thank you…you can subscribe to OMT Extra, or even donate just below this comment box. Thanks again - Dan

January 15, 2014    ____________


Ella - The Egg and I (1947) - Love, love, love these older movies, the genre mostly doesn't matter, it is the content or mostly the lack of certain content that I find disagreeable. With this site, so far, I couldn't be more pleased thank you so very much, you've made me a very happy person.

January 15, 2014    ____________


Bob - The Lady Vanishes (1938) - A great movie. One of the best.

January 14, 2014    ____________


Bob - The Woman in the Window (1944) - A great movie. I would never have guessed the ending.

January 14, 2014    ____________


Bruce - Light of Western Stars (1940) - Good movie.  This one came along when I was just a boy so never saw it.  I have seen Victor in many movies but this is the first time I have seen him in a lead roll. Fine looking girl in the lead roll as well. Thanks for offering it.

January 14, 2014  ____________


Eremophlia - Column South (1953) - It was a pleasure to watch a real movie with real people. It made me feel good.    I never watch modern movies.    As I like quality.

January 14, 2014  ____________


Terry - The Suspect (1944) - Rubber-faced, Laughton the master of subtlety and nuance is totally believable as the paramour of one of Hollywood's most beautiful actresses.

January 14, 2014  ____________


Brian - Ask not for whom the bell tolls, it tolls for thee.

January 13, 2014    ___________


James - Stick with this amazing movie guide.

January 13, 2014    ___________


Anna - Thank you so much for these wonderful movies. They take me back  in a time that I wish we had today! I just finished Random Harvest... it was so beautiful. I LOVE this!!!

Please don't take this away!

January 13, 2014  ____________


Catherine - Make Way for Tomorrow (1937) - Beautiful story - however, thought the old couple were now and again in the way of the family-life of their children. The love the old couple had for each other is an example to the youth of today - ie 2014.

January 13, 2014  ____________


Ella - I cannot tell you all the places that I have hunted and hunted films like these. These old ones like Ma and Pa Kettle  are so priceless to me as I saw them as a young girl and you just can hardly find them anymore. I have stumbled upon a treasure. Thanks so much, even that isn't enough for the laughter they bring.

January 13, 2014    ___________


Sylvia - The Heiress (1949) - Excellent film.  As Connie mentioned in her comment, a lesson well learnt both then and for us ladies today. Great acting.  Also on another note, interesting fusion of English and American as Washington Square looks very English yet we are to believe that the scene for the film is New York.

January 12, 2014  ____________


Tina - Love,Love,Love this site! Grew up watching these movies staying up half the night with my mother when my father worked nights,we would makes home made snacks n enjoy the shows. Since mom died in 2001 watching these brings back warm memories of my time with her.  Thank You so much!

January 10, 2014    ____________


Norma - The Late George Apley (1947) - Excellent film. Fantastic actors. The story line superb!

January 8, 2014    ____________


Sima - The Woman in the Window (1944) - Masterpiece!

January 8, 2014    ____________


Brian - Shake Hands with the Devil (1959) - This story touches on the truth, and still goes on today in the north of Ireland.

January 8, 2014    ____________


Winston - The Guns of Navarone (1961) - A great movie...some very good acting from Gregory Peck and Anthony Quinn, two of my favourites and a movie to remember even now.

January 7, 2014    ____________


Sima - Witness for the Prosecution (1957) - Remarkable movie.

January 7, 2014    ____________


Carmen - On Borrowed Time (1939) - So heartwarming and touching.  Thanks.

January 7, 2014    ____________


Betty - Love Affair (1939) - I have a love affair with this film - I have lost count of the number of times I've seen it but it never disappoints, not least because of the handsome and charming Charles Boyer - I love the way he looks at Irene Dunne after she makes the baseball comment at the start of the movie - I think he knows he's met his match then.  There are so many magical moments in this film - too many to list - but all emotions are there and I fall in love with Charles Boyer all over again at the end of the film.  My love affair with this movie will never fade.

January 7, 2014    ____________


Brian - How Green Was My Valley (1941) - My last name is Morgan and this film brings a tear to my eye because of my grandfather being a coal miner from Wales, I wish they still made films like this today, its sad that people are so different today.

January 7, 2014    ____________


Carmen - Just love this site, don't know who's behind it, but keep making that magic..

January 7, 2014    ____________


Carmen - His Butler's Sister (1943) - You've made my night.  Thank you.

January 7, 2014    ____________


Carmen - The More the Merrier (1943) - Love this movie.  sooo good and charming.

January 7, 2014    ____________


Carmen - Because of Him (1946) - Such a beautiful surprise....so much fun to watch.

January 7, 2014    ____________


GV - The Hitch-Hiker (1953) - Considering it was made so many years ago, with so few modern technological aids available, this is a good movie. Watchable, all the way. Held my interest all through. William Talman as Myers, was simply awesome. He has the face and expressions needed for this role. He easily overshadows everybody else.

Recommended.

January 7, 2014    ____________


Joaquin - Standing Room Only (1944) - I had a good time watching this movie. Olds movies are so simple and yet so refreshing. Excellent  catalogue!

January 6, 2014    ____________


GV - Suddenly (1954) - Did the makers of the film ever dream 9 years later, some one would assassinate Kennedy?

Enjoyed the movie. Recommended.

January 6, 2014    ____________


Bob - The Most Dangerous Game (1932) - Joel and Faye in the most dangerous game. Very good for a movie in the 30s.   

January 5, 2014    ____________


Brian - 49th Parallel (1941) - This film should be shown today in all the cinemas in Canada. I’m proud to be a Canadian, because of wonderful films like these.   

January 5, 2014    ____________


Emma - Old Yeller (1957) - I am reading the book!!!!!   

January 4, 2014    ____________


Mohan - The Guns of Navarone (1961) - My best movie I have ever seen, I first saw while I was in 5th Std. & after that - I do not remember the count. - Very good direction - Good actors like Gregory peck, Anthony Quinn & David Niven, Anthony Quale,Gia Scala & Irene Papas. Just SUPERB, SUPERB SUPERB. I still do not miss a chance of viewing it if I get anytime.   

January 4, 2014    ____________


Lilly - I'll Be Seeing You (1944) - Lovely!  

January 4, 2014    ____________


Anon - Charlie Chan in City in Darkness (1939) - Very enjoyable old Charlie Chan film.  

January 4, 2014    ____________


JoAnne - I'll Be Seeing You (1944) - I absolutely love this film.  I've always enjoyed Ginger Roger's films that are beyond her famous pairing with Fred Astaire. She was quite an incredible actress.  

January 3, 2014    ____________


Bob - I loved the old movie Make Way for Tomorrow.

January 3, 2014    ____________


Betty - Something in the Wind (1947) - Lots of fun - loads of songs - handsome men - beautiful women - gorgeous clothes - Deanna looks and sounds amazing - and great laughs from Donald O'Connor - what more could you ask for?  

January 3, 2014    ____________


Betty - I'll Be Seeing You (1944) - I'll be seeing this film - over and over again - and I'll never tire of it - both leads are superb - think I will start every new year watching this - wonderful.  

January 3, 2014    ____________


Gerald - I'll Be Seeing You (1944) - I love the 'old movies' it is like a different world, how (most) people were so gracious and polite back then, even in the midst of a savage war going on.  I feel sorry for my generation.  

January 1, 2014    ____________


Debra - A Christmas Carol (1951) - Wonderful movie 5 stars from me.  

December 30, 2013____________


Joan - Random Harvest (1942) - My father had the book. So I read the book before seeing the movie. The book is more complicated. But love this movie.  

December 30, 2013____________


Betty - Hers to Hold (1943) - Love Deanna Durbin - her films are all uplifting with that wonderful voice - never tire of hearing her sing.  A great romantic film - patriotic and poignant - set during WWII.  Thank you - I'm so grateful for your site.  

December 29, 2013____________


Danielle - Little Lord Fauntleroy (1936) - Very nice classical movie, good acting and excellent manners. Aubrey Smith the quintessence of an earl, even pleasing Mr. Hobbs. Thank you.

December 28, 2013____________


BB - Hell in the Pacific (1968) - Ahead of its time….united we stand divided we fall….the ultimate war story.

December 28, 2013____________


Betty - Random Harvest (1942) - One of the greatest tearjerkers - a wonderful and  enchanting film I've watched again and again.  Both leads are utterly compelling and the story sweeps you up and keeps you engaged throughout.  Far superior to today's efforts - this film will be loved appreciated for years to come I hope - I will certainly be watching it again.  

December 28, 2013____________


James - Absolutely fascinating to see the movies of my younger days . Brings back great memories.

December 28, 2013____________


Gerald - Random Harvest (1942) - This movie has always 'fascinated' me, aside from the great acting the plot is remarkably clever.  How different from today's movies...This is a breath of fresh air...Quite remarkable!

December 25, 2013____________


Kim - The Heiress (1949) - One one of the best movies ever.

December 25, 2013____________


Nancy - The Heiress (1949) - I thought the Heiress was well acted, I thought that the Father cut to the core, and Montgomery Clift, was a cad.

They were all great Actors, I would advice seeing, especially if you are their fans.

December 25, 2013____________


Greggmac - It's a Wonderful Life (1946) - My favorite of all time. makes me feel warm and fuzzy. It can be deep or light depends on ones place in life. Love it now.

December 25, 2013________ _ _

 

Jean -  The Guns of Navarone (1961) - One of my favorite movies. Since I was 13 years old I'v seen it at least a dozen times and it never bored me. I had it on VCR and on DVD. It will never be outdated.  It's just 2h36min of perfect film with outstanding performances of the different actors and what a soundtrack by Dimitri Tiomkin. Perhaps the best war movie of all times.

December 24, 2013_ _______  __


Michael - It's a Wonderful Life (1946) - Favorite film.

December 22, 2013____________


Janice - Everyone loves a good Charlie Chan!

December 22, 2013____________


GV - Rebecca (1940) - This movie proves you don't need modern technology/photography/

sound etc. to make a really great movie.

December 20, 2013____________


Nancy - The Alfred Hitchcock Hour (1962–1965) - Oh I think Alfred Hitchcock, is the greatest, thanks for showing these episodes.

December 20, 2013____________


Bob - These are wonderful movies.

December 20, 2013____________


Kimia - Rebecca (1940) - You can never compare anything with a really true classic film!

December 20, 2013____________


Hannah - It's a Wonderful Life (1946) - This was my first time seeing this film. So nice to see a film celebrating faith in God and faith in each other. A very sweet film.

December 19 2013____________


Nancy - A Christmas Wish (1950)  -  A Christmas Wish, with Jimmy Durante, was special to me, it brought the dream of every man's, "Money from Heaven" it showed what real hard times were about and what a generous heart can do.  And dear little Rupert, was a Star at the end, back with his Papa

December 19, 2013____________


Chad - 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea (1954) - Saw this in my youth, loved it then and it is still a great movie.  Mr. Verne knew how to write a great story.

December 18, 2013____________


Dierdre - Topper (1937) - Love this movie.

December 17, 2013____________


KBurke - It's a Wonderful Life (1946) - One of the best movies ever made. Why can't they make 'em like that anymore?

December 16, 2013____________


Dan C - The Absent-minded Professor (1961) - Wonderful movie. Brings back fond memories of childhood, watching Wonderful World of Disney on Sunday nights with my parents and siblings.

December 16, 2013____________


Rebecca - Rebecca (1940) - Great movie...a true classic!

December 16, 2013____________


Ridum - Pollyanna (1960) - It was a very good and a funny movie.My mother said that it is a nice story and told me to watch it, so I tried it... OH MY! what a beautiful one it was. I felt to watch it again & again.And also thank you Mrs. Hayley Mills for your excellent work.

December 15, 2013____________


Raman - Swiss Family Robinson (1960) - Delightful flick. Saw it when I was 13. Eager to see again & show to my granddaughter.

December 15, 2013____________


Connie - The Heiress (1949) - I have seen this movie so many times before and it always gives me a thrill at the way Olivia voiced her opinion of Mr. Clift when he came back the second time.   As Olivia so plainly put it, "He came back with the same lies; the same silly phrases."  A lesson well learned!

December 15, 2013____________


Bruce - Pursuit to Algiers (1945) - Great movie.  I sure thought the steward (His Majesty) was Paul Newman. The acting was superb as always. To bad movies today are not as well done.

December 13, 2013____________


Yalitza - It's a Wonderful Life (1946) - My favorite Christmas movie! Watch it every year and every year I like it better!

December 13, 2013____________


Hannah - 13 Rue Madeleine (1947) - 13 Rue Madeleine provides plenty of drama and suspense. And a surprise ending....

December 13, 2013____________


Pam -  The Search (1948) - Keep the Kleenex handy.

December 12, 2013____________


Derek -  Whoever loves James Stewart will really love this movie… its called a Pot o' Gold I give this movie 10 out of 10 and more.

December 12, 2013____________


Ashley -  Vera Cruz (1954) - Excellent!

December 11, 2013____________


Pam -  I first discovered Charlie Chan in the 60's watching KPLR 11 Saturday and Sunday Matinee Movies in St. Louis. It's as much fun now, seeing this lovable character humbly come to his conclusions, as it was then. Thanks oldmovietime!

December 9, 2013____________


Pam -  The One That Got Away (1957) - Really good film based on a true story. Talk about perseverance and brazenness... A good watch!

December 9, 2013____________


Pam -  Because of Him (1946) - What a great surprise this movie was for me. Deanna Durbin, Charles Laughton, and Franchot Tone aren't on my Top Ten Favorite actors to watch list...but, I'm glad I didn't pass this one up. I think the actors were really having fun making this film, which made it a lot of fun to watch.

December 8, 2013_____ ______


John -  One-Eyed Jacks (1961) - Great Brando western.  3 Academy award winners in this flic--Brando, Karl Malden and Ben Johnson.

December 4, 2013_____ ______


Pam -  Street Scene (1931) - I've seen this movie several times over the years and it's one of my favorites. Well worth a watch!

December 1, 2013_____ ______



Number Seventeen

(1932) - Alfred Hitchcock

Leon M. Lion, Anne Grey,

John Stuart

Murder!

(1930) - Alfred Hitchcock

Herbert Marshall, Norah Baring, Phyllis Konstam

Jamaica Inn

(1939) - Alfred Hitchcock

Maureen O'Hara, Robert Newton, Charles Laughton

Under Capricorn

(1949) - Alfred Hitchcock

Ingrid Bergman, Joseph Cotten, Michael Wilding

The Man Who Knew Too Much - Mystery, Thriller - Hitchcock -  Stars: Leslie Banks, Edna Best, Peter Lorre. A couples tries to stop an assassination.

The Man Who Knew Too Much (1934)

The Man Who Knew Too Much (1934)

Secret Agent - Mystery, Drama - Hitchcock - Stars: John Gielgud, Madeleine Carroll, Robert Young. Three British agents must assassinate a spy.

Secret Agent (1936)

Secret Agent (1936)

Phone Call from a Stranger - Drama. Stars: Bette Davis, Gary Merrill. After a plane crash one of the survivors contacts the family's of those that died.

Phone Call from a Stranger (1952)

Phone Call from a Stranger (1952)

That Hamilton Woman - Drama, History. Stars: Vivien Leigh, Laurence Olivier. A historical British scandal with Lady Hamilton and Lord Nelson.

That Hamilton Woman (1941)

That Hamilton Woman (1941)
For even more movies take a look at OldMovieTime B Classics.