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Please bookmark Old Movie Time, and tell your friends about the movies too, it is greatly appreciated. Enjoy the movies! - Dan
Markiana-Tammy and the Bachelor (1957) - Loved this movie from the first time I
saw it in 1957 with my mother. Old world, old times, old styles. Love them and miss
them just as I miss my mother. Wonderful movie.
Joy-How Green Was My Valley (1941) - This was one of my mother's favourites and
now I can see why! She truly loved sentimental weepies and illustrations of social
injustice. How Green Was my Valley has it all. Thank you very much.
Donald-The Black Swan (1942) - One of my all time favorite old Pirate/Swashbuckler
movies. Maureen O'Hara is just Beautiful, George Sanders, excellent and Capt. Henry
Morgan is Outstanding along with Jamie-boy..Great Movie.
April 23, 2016___ ______
Jim-Murder Over New York (1940) - I like old movies. Saw this movie many years
ago. Enjoy these now as the many years ago. It was a pleasure.
April 23, 2016___ ______
Jackie-Love this site!always great to get good movies and TV shows nowadays.
I'm not yet 40, so it's mostly new to me and I enjoy it very much!
April 23, 2016___ ______
Alfedo-The Fighting Lady (1944) - I have seen this movie many times in BAires during
my youth. It’s marvelously maintained as just released. Chapeaux and mercy.
Rodolfo-The Man in the Gray Flannel Suit (1956) - A very good film, the whole cast
superb, I am so please, that no one as today would do a repeat, today "stars" boring.
Thanks for the memories, from a fan born in the 30s.
Stephen-The Ox-Bow Incident (1943) - I read the Waler Van Tilburg Clark Novel many
many years ago. It was a special book and this is a special film.
March 29, 2016___ _______
Rod-Mutual of Omaha's Wild Kingdom (1963– ) - I wish they made shows like this
today ! I'm 50 and it's been 45 years or so since I saw this great show again! I
watched this show when I was about 3 and I love it today! Thanks .
Tali-The Scarlet Claw (1944) - It has struck me numerous times that Basil Rathbone
reminds me of Liam Neeson. I decided to look up their birthdays, and they were born
a few days apart in June (obviously not the same year). Elemental!
Tali-Notorious (1946) - 'When I don't love you, I'll let you know'. 'I had a bottle
of champagne. I must have left it somewhere'. 'I was a fat headed guy full of pain'...Cary
Grant zinger lines. Incomparable Ingrid was quite the lady, way ahead of her time.
That black ball gown is outrageous. The first outfit she wore (striped shirt with
sequins and a white skirt)and also the gown she wore when she realized she was poisoned,
are classics. The actresses of today need to take a hint. There's no one on today's
scene in Hollywood that can compare to the Golden Era genre. The plot was excellent
and intriguing, with a great ending. Who would have thought?
gts-Stalag 17 (1953) - Stalag 17; King Rat; The Great Escape; Bridge on the River
Kwai--all great big (er than life) POW films. Bill Holden was the greatest of actors.
He could play lead man in ANY ole POW movie!
March 3, 2016___ _______
Lynn-And Then There Were None (1945) - Always loved this movie! Its an excellent
adaptation of Agatha Christie's short story and extremely well acted. Thank you Dan
for your web site, I'm so happy I found it, being a lover of classic old movies.
I plan to join to keep the site going, its better than paying for cable just to watch
OMT-Dan - Thanks Lynn, The subscription to OMT Premium is well worth it!
Joe-The Dark Mirror (1946) - one of the tight, well made noir films of the 40's.
Olivia is twice as good as ever and heads a fine cast, Solid entertainment for fans
of mystery and suspense. You've heard it before: "They just don't make 'em like this
February 28, 2016___ _______
Marie-99 River Street (1953) - Really enjoyed that movie along with so many others
I see on this site...Thank you so much for these movies.
Russ-Contraband (1940) - Excellent film, as only the Brit's knew how to make. The
verbal banter between the characters is marvelous. Conrad Veidt was an amazing actor
and it was a pleasure to see his nicer side. Great film. Loved the nautical way he
figured out where the girl was being held...and the way the cast was included in
the map reading....It just doesn't happen in modern films. Intelligent, creative
January 26, 2016___ ________
JRK-Hell in the Pacific (1968) - Very good movie, shows how they could make movies
without a lot of special effects and CG effects. Just human emotions and feelings
two very good actors made the movie what it is.
January 25, 2016___ ________
Venkatesh-Les Misérables (1958) - I loved watching the movie, especially the acting
of Mr. Jean Gabin. Ther's nothing like them, they move you, make you think(of your
relationships), correct you and leave positive imprints in a beautiful way.
January 23, 2016___ ________
William-The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes (1939) - Thank you for sharing with me
one of the great memories I had of Sherlock Holmes . I hope to see more of him and
others I have missed through the years. I am 80 years old and having a chance to
see this was wonderful.
January 18, 2016___ ________
Sherri-Time Table (1956) - Really good. Suspenseful and well written. Glad I read
the comment section or I might never have seen it. Well worth watching.
Greg-Tammy and the Bachelor (1957) - An excellent movie, a sweet, sweet story,
well told, well done, well executed. Debbie Reynolds's performance is stunning; as
are the performances of Leslie Nielsen and all the main characters. The musical score
is beautiful; the sets (settings) are beautiful. A real Hollywood gem. I would consider
it a movie classic.
Chandra-Notorious (1946) - Cary Grant is my all time fav classic actor and this
movie was the reason why!!!Cant believe you show all these movies free!!! Great website!!!
You have my support!!!
January 11, 2016___ ________
Values-I'll Be Seeing You (1944) - I went to prison camp for six years because
I thought it was my duty in someway to stand behind my husbands wrong doings, scared,
brought up with the best morals and values was so ashamed, this movie didn't miss
a thing, made me cry/emotional, genuine, true to what one feels when in that circumstance,
deals with issues of even today's time.
January 5, 2016___ ________
Pogo-Night and the City (1950) - Widmark shows his great acting skills in character
development of a desperate lost soul looking for notoriety and good life in shady
deals and occupations. Widmark as a weaselly con man, gets into a business intrigue
over his head with competing interests which costs him dearly. The beauty of B-movies
is that you are not wowed by the special effects and glitz-- the film is reliant
on the basics of good script, excellent film techniques and outstanding character
acting. There are no cliches and plastic stereotypes don't exist--you can't second
guess the next line or scene and as a result you are drawn into the film and held
to it until last credit rolls. good film.
January 4, 2016___ ________
Carly-Storm in a Teacup (1937) - Really nice movie. Great dynamic between Vivien
Leigh and Rex Harrison. Wholesome and uplifting.
January 2, 2016___ ________
Adelyn-I'll Be Seeing You (1944) - A good old movie with real truths in the story
that one can relate in any era weather the 1940's or the present.
Pogo-Les Misérables (1958) - Watched it with short breaks- is long film about 3hr
40. Some small deviations fr Hugo, but follows quite closely and compresses a lot
of material. Character acting good. Well worth watching. Realistic battle scenes,
sets. Extremely consistent throughout. Rating is 7.6 on imdb and deservedly so.
Ken-A Christmas Carol (1951) - This is the ONLY true version of Dickens' Classic
that is neither sickly saccharine sweet, cheesy or just plain poorly done. This does
not apply to the Muppets version which is OK on its own.
December 23, 2015___ ________
George-My Man Godfrey (1936) - Great sound, very smart words, great class you don’t
see in new movies today. How lucky we are to have time to go back and dream.......
December 23, 2015___ ________
Christine-A Christmas Carol (1951) - I have been watching this movie for over
40 years, it is my all time favorite Christmas Movie Ever!!! I just love it....Alastair
Sim just rocks his part!!!!
December 22, 2015___ ________
Debbie-A Christmas Carol (1951) - This is my favorite version of this movie. I
watch for it on TV and have a hard time finding it. 4 days till Christmas now and
still can't find it. I'll watch it online. Yay!
December 21, 2015___ ________
Lillian-A Christmas Carol (1951) - It is the true meaning of Christmas, I love
this movie with Alastair Sim, this it the best Christmas Carol ever!
December 21, 2015___ ________
John-The Suspect (1944) - Superb film. Charles Laughton was one of the world's
greatest actors, and I've always been in love with Ella Raines.
Taria-Spellbound (1945) - This was a great movie. They don't make them like that
anymore. I love this channel. Thanks guys!
December 11, 2015___ ________
Deborah-Rebecca (1940) - I read the book when I was a teen not realizing it had
been made into a movie. Just as I closed the book and turned on the late movie channel
Rebecca was just beginning. One of the most serendipitous things to happen in my
life and the movie was just as fantastic as the book, a perfect rendition. I've
always loved this movie, its on my top 10 list of the best ever. Wish I could have
seen it on the big screen.
December 9, 2015___ ________
Annon-Number Seventeen (1932) - Glad I watched it too, not bad for a 1932 Hitchcock,
must have been an early one. Just before 39 Steps.
Bill -Spellbound (1945) - A lovely scene where they declare their love for each
other, moving and so chaste, which makes a welcome change from the obligatory and
tiresome mattress surfing in current movies.
November 24, 2015 _ __
Vincent -Pitfall (1948) - WOW, this is an outstanding movie full of drama.
November 23, 2015 _ __
Carol -Rebecca (1940) - This has to be best movie of all time. It is a master piece
. it is so well cast,the actor's really play the part so well.
Elyse -Letter from an Unknown Woman (1948) - It's ALL about the ending! This movie
was simply amazing and ingenious. Captivatingly marvelous! The ending, however, was
a huge let down. I feel like I spent a lot of time getting to know all the characters
very well with no real closure or finality. Disappointed...
November 1, 2015 _ __
Hannah -The Proud Rebel (1958) - A great family western. That little boy performance
provided some heart-wrenching moments.