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Your Favorite Black And White Movie

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Mrs. Miniver!
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Judgment at Nuremberg
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Judgment at Nuremberg
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I really like The Wizard of Oz. imagine seeing colour film break out for the first time, in the middle of the movie!
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Casablanca.
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All is quiet on the Western Front. I took a cinema history class in Undergrad and this movie was phenomenal.
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It's a modern black and white movie but none the less a really good movie.
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Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf! Classic
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The Maltese Falcon.
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Schlinders List
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The Third Man
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The Third Man
That movie kind of gave me the creeps. It was very dark and death oriented. I am very surprised it is considered a must a watch by you.
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On Waterfront is one everyone should see.
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More black and white films are added to the site constantly. I hope you'll enjoy this ever growing collection of free classic movies! Remember the history of the American film industry by watching the best free movies online.
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I honestly do not ever remember watching any black and white movies. I have seen Gunsmoke does that count?
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Schindler's List. In German-occupied Poland during World War II, Oskar Schindler gradually becomes concerned for his Jewish workforce after witnessing their persecution by the Nazi Germans.
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Night of the Hunter - very cool camera angles, and is an inspiration for modern works. I probably enjoyed it because I like adventure-crime movies, and this seemed like an early take on that.
The Seventh Seal - this may not exactly be a favorite, but I think it's an important film. It's also inspired a lot of works, and is the source material for a number of spoofs (for lack of a better word). A man challenges Death in a game of chess to play for the lives of people during the black plague. It's not thrilling but it's interesting.
and of course, Young Frankenstein - Mel Brooks, that should be enough right there.
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13 Ghosts (1960)
Gaslight (1944)
The Snake Pit (1948)
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Pandora’s Box (1928)
This German silent classic was so erotic it was banned for many years. The beautiful Louise Brooks stars in director G.W. Pabst’s expressionistic tale of an openly sexual woman headed down a path of eventual destruction, and a date with Jack the Ripper.
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