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    Favorite of all time?
    Yankee Doodle Dandy with James Cagney
    Black and White version.

    Yes, I am a dork.

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    For a real moldy oldie
    Friendly Persuasion 1956 Stars Gary Cooper and Dorothy McGuire..A Quaker family is forced to deal with the Civil War. I was a Junior in high scool when this came out.
    For our Aussie friends
    The Man From Snowy River Sigrid Thornton still gives me goose bumbs when I see her in this movie.
    For the best movie completely ignored by the Academy Awards of 2000
    October Sky

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    Dumb and Dumber...and Tommy Boy

    Godspeed...

    [This message was edited by Joey on 02-03-04 at 06:31 PM.]

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    Big Night
    Gone with the Wind
    Harold and Maude
    Africa Queen
    Casablanca
    Philadelphia Story
    The Best Years of Our Lives
    It's a Wonderful Life
    Dr. Zhivago
    Lawrence of Arabia
    Butch Cassidy & the Sundance Kid

    I am sure I will think of others later....

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    * The Warriors
    * The Professional
    * Fight Club
    * There's Something about Mary
    * Almost Famous
    * any Guy Richie movie (Snatch, Lock,Stock and two smoking barrels, etc.)

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    I would have to say:
    Somewhere in Time has always been my favorite. I love these movies also: Clan of the Cavebear, The Man from Snowy River, and LadyHawk. I enjoy watching Too Wong Foo also, it is serious, about friendship and acceptance thereof, besides funny as hell. Movies about the heart are always going to be my favorites. Those that have some truth to them are even better. I just watched "Seabiscuit", it was a great show!

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    Originally posted by cjo:

    Rounders.
    probably not same movie the rounders made in 1965 is a great 1 with glenn ford

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    Captain Ron!

    -Lewis

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    The Commitments.
    To Wong Foo, With Love...
    Shenandoah.
    Shawshank Redemption.

    Gosh, there are a lot.

    C5/6 incomplete, injured Aug. 2000

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    Red Dawn

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