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OMT - Check out Top Classic Movies- Another great free movie site and it works well
with cell phones too. It is new so the movie list is still small, but growing fast.
Frank -New Mexico (1951) - Where did this gem come from? It is an early effort from
disaster film director Irwin Allen. The story of "New Mexico" is mostly factual,
told excitingly - no wasted moments and, no amateur acting. If you like thrills and
a good, good story - plus excellent performances, by all means visit, "New Mexico."
59 stars, at least.
Geo -Outpost in Morocco (1949) - Raft does von Stroheim. As an accurate historical
touch, his leave being denied for the lack of almost ANY officer with any experience,
was a huge problem for the French Legion at that time.
June 30, 2015 _ __
Gerald -Room at the Top (1959) - I grew up in London and left in '59' when this
movie was made. I lived on Park Village East NW1, every time I see this movie it
becomes more relevant and great.
B.W. Larkin -The Man in the Gray Flannel Suit (1956) - A very touching movie...read
the book as a young teen...a lifetime coming to end days and I have such an appreciation
for the many-faceted subjects taken on in this movie...superb acting...Lee J. Cobb...Frederick
March, both, worthy of their craft of acting, Gregory Peck was coming on...Jennifer
Jones had a mystique about her such as we think of Marilyn Monroe, and others who
had such conflicted personalities that showed up in their claim to fame. This movie's
subjects are timely to this day...war, romance, betrayal, raising children; et al.
Thank you for making this movie available and free to watch.
June 28, 2015 _ __
Alice -Rebecca (1940) - Joan Fontaine reads so well! Have loved this movie (and
the book) since I was in my teens in the 1950s!
Clarissa -Come Back, Little Sheba (1952) - Both wounded and still trying to hold
onto their marriage most days. This film is so poignant and subtle. Lovely and sorrowful
at once. Shirley Booth touched my heart. I used to call my husband "Daddy".
June 14, 2015 _ __
Jessie -Take Care of My Little Girl (1951) - Good movie about a young college girl
finding out what true friendship really means. I saw this when I was a young girl.
It was so nice to see the movie again after so many years!!
Janny -Come Back, Little Sheba (1952) - I saw this in '52 and thought it was GREAT.
I’m happy to see it here and am going to enjoy it again, I know ! THANK YOU !
June 7, 2015 __
Maria -Oliver Twist (1948) - Oh, how I love this movie! Timeless! If you have never
seen it, you are missing one of Dickens best stories put to film.
June 6, 2015 __
Betty -Thank you very much I really enjoy all the movies that I have been watching,
thanks a lot Betty.
Frank -Murder on Lenox Avenue (1941) - "Murder On Lenox Avenue" is one of those
all black musicals from the early '40s -- a watchable, so-so item highlighted by
Mamie Smith, one of the great blues singers of the day. Problem: Not enough singing.
Maria -I'll Be Seeing You (1944) - Wonderful acting. A timeless story whose issues
are as important today as they were in 1944. An important movie, dealing with important
May 27, 2015 __
Lars -The last few days I have watched several amusing and interesting movies here,
however in all cases, I have been unable to get to the end of the film. In fact,
it seems that the roughly the first third can be enjoyed with interrupted however,
after that the interruptions become more and more frequent. So much so that in the
end one must resort to all kinds of "strategies" in order to be able to continue
viewing.This is frankly quite annoying and frustrating as (in my case at least) I
have had to carry on viewing on the following day.
Why is this so and can it and how can it be avoided?
OMT Dan -It sounds like a flash player problem. When there are updates sometimes
it takes a while for the various browsers (Firefox, Chrome, IE) to get up to speed
with the new flash. Try restarting your computer and using a different browser.
Keith -I'll Be Seeing You (1944) - Thankfully the world has an archive of superb
movies that capture a moment like nothing else can. I have seen this movie many times
and although they have gone, they live on to give us hours of pleasure.
May 22, 2015 __
Frank -The Adventures of Tartu (1943) - I'm a sucker for Brit-made WWII movies,
and this is top notch. Donat, usually milder, is thoroughly convincing as Tartu.
That name, by the way, is misleading. Sounds like a South Pacific princess.
Jerry -Topper (1937) - Thank you very much for a very enjoyable evening with TOPPER,
a very funny movie and crew.
May 7, 2015 __
Frank -Girl O' My Dreams (1934) - "Girl O' My Dreams" is a grade-B gem that is fun
from the opening title to where it says 'The End." The cast of young college kids
are a hoot. They include 'Dagwood' and Sterling Holloway, twin chicks Nip and Tuck.
The track competition scenes are quite authentic. All in all, it is relaxing, enjoyable
May 7, 2015 __
Carol -12 Angry Men (1957) - Seldom do you see a perfect cast in a perfect movie.
This is one of the best ever made. I understand this film is shown in some school's
Sam -Pygmalion (1938) - Great movie... These classic movies always seem to amaze
me... So much honesty and innocence..... Thanks for the wonderful movie mate...
May 3, 2015 __
MS. Lee -The Inn of the Sixth Happiness (1958) - Wonderful characters, of course
we fall in love with Gladys, thanks to Arnold's glorious music. it's got everything;
romance, adventure, mystery, and it is an inspiration, one of the best stories ever
filmed. Thanks for letting me see it again.
Julz -Notorious (1946) - Everything that is good about films can be found in this
simply masterfully constructed movie. Covering a plethora of themes and genres….10
out of 10
April 28, 2015 __
Frank -Telephone Operator (1937) - surprise - surprise. The operators and the linemen
are involved in this excellent romance-drama enhanced by newsreel footage. The stars
are A-1, and this flick will keep you interested and fascinated.
Terry -The Razor's Edge (1946) - Great W Somerset Maugham story adapted to film
in 1946. Herbert Marshall as Maugham was brilliant. Tyrone as always playing to handsome
yet brooding part developing into the the person of 'GOODNESS' that Maugham called
him, selfless and compassionate but escaping the grips of worldly traps. Excellent
characters and corresponding actors playing their parts very well.
Terry -The Long Voyage Home (1940) - Great movie! In the early days of World War
II, the crew of English cargo ship the SS Glencairn -- including Swede Olsen (John
Wayne), Englishman Smitty (Ian Hunter), American Yank (Ward Bond), and Irishmen Driscoll
(Thomas Mitchell) and Cocky (Barry Fitzgerald) -- is sailing from the West Indies
to Baltimore. Upon their arrival, their new cargo -- a load of dynamite -- puts the
men ill at ease, as does the chance that there may be a Nazi spy on board and the
general loneliness of seafaring.
John -The Stranger (1946) - When Loretta Young tells awesome Orson to use a poker
to kill her instead of his hands, she stole the whole show. What a great piece of
acting, and superb cast. Four stars!
April 7, 2015 _ __
Jacko -The Reckless Moment (1949) - Yes this was a very enjoyable film, but more
it was an excellent nail biter like Alfred Hitchcock films. James Mason and Joan
Bennet should be proud of their performances.
April 7, 2015 _ __
John -Gilda (1946) - Simply the most alluring role ever brought to the silver screen..the
love, hate relationship is the best ever. Five stars! A MUST TO SEE.
April 7, 2015 _ __
James -Secret of the Incas (1954) - is the best adventure movie of the entire 1950's,
and that includes KING SOLOMONS MINES and VALLEY OF THE KINGS. Heston is superb as
a slimy precursor to Indiana Jones.
Roy Blake -Sun Valley Serenade (1941) - This movie stars my uncle John Payne, he
starred in such movies as Miracle on 34 Street and several westerns, also such leading
ladies such as Rita Hayworth! Enjoy it’s a fun movie.
Maria -Night People (1954) - What a movie! Gregory Peck was so good in this role.
It was great seeing Buddy Ebson playing something other than Jed Clampett! He was
around a long time in movies and was a wonderful character actor and quite a good
dancer. Great screenplay and direction. Really liked this film! Recommended by Anon's
review. Thanks for pointing out such a fine film. I think the reviews are so helpful.
March 6, 2015 _ __
Irene - Thirty Seconds Over Tokyo (1944) - The scene where he goes into the cockpit
as an amputee was my dad who lost his leg during WWII (he did that scene as an extra).
Great movie to watch today - my father passed away 5 years ago today. Thanks for
having it available.
Maria -The Hill (1965) - Thank you Dan for the quality movies you make available
to those of us who love great film. Brilliant cast! Connery was fantastic, but ALL
in this film were amazing and directed by Sidney Lumet.
Denise - The File on Thelma Jordon (1950) - I enjoy these old movies.
February 13, 2015 _ __
Robbo -The Hill (1965)- Connery's finest hour, a ' BRITISH ' classic with the supporting
cast to match!!
February 13, 2015 _ __
Theresa -Phone Call from a Stranger (1952)- Never Judge a book by its cover - there
is so much more to peoples lives if you care to dig deep enough - well portrayed
film with a few morals chucked in. Bette Davis -nobody can match a torch to this
Jerry -Robinson Crusoe (1954)- Just as I remembered it back at the Ohio theater,
in the 50's. It was fun to watch.
February 10, 2015 _ __
Leticia -The Silent Enemy (1958)- Very interesting. It made me look up more information
on Crabb and the Italian Frogmen. It seems logical that this could have been the
idea of the US navy seals. Still reading on the subject. Thanks for all the engrossing
February 9, 2015 _ __
Leticia -Twelve O'Clock High (1949)- Intense showing of the pressure put on the
first U.S. bombing missions into Germany. The stress, the fear and the knowledge
they might be next to not make it back. Another very interesting story on a small
but important part of WWII. Fine performance by Gregory Peck and whole cast. Thumbs
Ron T -The Fighting Lady (1944)- All should watch movies like this and never forget
those who gave all they could give for our Country.
-USAF Veteran 1963....1967
February 2, 2015 _ __
Ron P -The Shepherd of the Hills (1941)- I loved the music & scenery, good acting,
But I've read the book & I was disappointed that it was nothing like the book at
all. Poor Molly & Matt. I don't think Harold Bell Wright would approve.
outstanding cast of characters. The star,Martha Tilton, sang with most of the big
bands -a great voice and 'screen' presence. Knock yourself out and watch this fun-fun
flick with very good Harold Arlen songs.
Frank -Machine Gun Mama (1944)- The title has nothing to do with the movie - weird.
Hilarious, it ain't but, delightful it is thanks mainly to the lovely Armida. PS
- My father used to work for PRC - but not in Brooklyn.
January 18, 2015 _ __
Glorie & Mary -Thank you for sharing. We love the old movies, especially as there
is nothing much on TV these days. Thanks again.
Vin - Baby Face Nelson (1957) - Nice depiction of BFN, at a time when gangster films
were inordinately stretched in the truth. Always great to see Don Siegel's movies,
esp. these early ones. Very stylistic.
Theresa -The Razor's Edge (1946)- What a brilliant film. Many facets of the human
personality depicted, and how fragile we can all be from the mother who lost her
child and husband and wanted to lose herself in oblivion with drink so as not to
feel those emotions of loss and to the uncle who thought he was so popular with all
till his dying end.
January 16, 2015 _ __
Jim -Twelve O'Clock High (1949)- My uncle was a B-17 pilot in this outfit. Was
shot down on 24th mission February, 1944, and a POW in Luftstalag One. Would love
to hear from anyone with family around that time. I have lots of information to share.
Jasa -The Razor's Edge (1946)- It was the most accomplished novel by Maugham and
made into a superb movie, with Webb, Tierney and Marshall outstanding in that order.
It couldn't be made again. Bill Murray tried and failed miserably. It was always
clear in the story that if the saintly man and the material girl would marry, worlds
would collide. They both did get a second chance by going their separate ways.
January 12, 2015 _ __
Maria -The Private Life of Henry VIII (1933)- Charles Laughton!! What an actor!
What a movie! This is a perfect film in every way, in any decade. Laughton so far
is the only man to WIN THE OSCAR for playing the role of Henry the VIII. He was also,
(in real life) married to one of his many queens in this movie. His bio. on IMDb
will tell you which one! :)
Anon -Across the Bridge (1957)- Yes a very good film, I was always so worried about
the poor Dolores! Kept me worried about him the whole movie! Poor Dolores didn't
see him ever feed her, what a loving dog....reminded me a bit of Lassie movie's.
In the end when we have nothing we all care about something right!
January 6, 2015 _ __
Diana-Street Scene (1931) - The camera work was fascinating, and the same issues
we deal with today...excellent movie.
January 6, 2015_________ __
Beerboy-The Black Swan (1942) - I was 10 when I saw this in London. I made a four
wheeled trolley and named it the Flying Swan. Not the Black Swan, but painted black.
Not many cars in 1943 so I didn't kill myself. Loved the film.