Take a break from politics…enjoy some classic movie scenes!

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Most of what Hollyweird produces today is crap with self-righteous actors who preach to us about gun control, abortion, climate change and, of course, TRUMP!!!!!!

I love movies from back in the day. That’s because political correctness didn’t stiffen scripts and men were real men. Thought I’d share some clips with you of some of my favorites:

Gone with the Wind: The drama, costumes and history, oh my! And of course, Clark Gable.

An Affair to Remember: The wonderful fashions worn by Deborah Kerr! And of course, Cary Grant.

Dirty Harry movies: The action! And of course, Clint Eastwood.

The Thomas Crown Affair: The heist and cat-and-mouse game between Thomas and Vicki! And of course, Steve McQueen.

Bullitt: That car chase! And again, Steve McQueen.

Jaws: A classic that made everyone afraid to go in the water! And of course, Roy Scheider.

Ocean’s 11: The best part of this movie is the heist! And of course, the Rat Pack.

Feel free to post vids of your favorite movies in the comments below!


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12 responses to “Take a break from politics…enjoy some classic movie scenes!

  1. Those were great clips to see again .. especially loved the Bullitt… thanks for posting them.

  2. Torn Curtain
    Paul Newman and Julie Andrews

    Mel Gibson

    North by Northwest
    Cary Grant and Eva Marie Saint

    Rear Window
    Jimmy Stewart and Grace Kelly

    The Sound of Music
    Julie Andrews and Christopher Plummer

    The Ghost and Mr. Chicken
    Don Knotts and Joan Staley

    Foul Play
    Chevy Chase and Goldie Hawn

    All the original Star Wars movies
    Mark Hamill, Harrison Ford, and Carrie Fisher

  3. Stephen T. McCarthy

    Oh, so many great older movies and such a small comment section!

    I could go on so long and in so many different directions with this, but I decided to restrict myself to three and to focus on lesser known movies that I think should be better known.

    This first one — a satirical look at the old B Westerns — bombed at the box office and was panned by the critics. I think it’s hilarious. I also think that most people didn’t know enough about B Westerns to catch all the jokes;

    This is my favorite scene, which got cut off too soon, before the joke was played out to the end, but you can see where it’s headed. It’s the best scene, but to me, the movie is funny all the way through. And, yes, “Rangler Bob Barber” is Patrick Wayne, The Duke’s son.


    This next one starred Don Ameche and included the wonderful Charles Coburn, my all-time favorite character actor. And of course there is Gene Tierney, the most beautiful woman I’ve ever seen, looking her absolute best.

    HEAVEN CAN WAIT (1943):

    And one more in the ‘Romance’ genre, which is probably one of my Top 25 Favorite Movies ever:

    A LITTLE ROMANCE (1979):

    ~ D-FensDogG
    Stephen T. McCarthy Reviews…

  4. I love all of the above. Here are some of mine:
    Arsenic and Old Lace
    Cheaper By the Dozen (Clifton Webb and Myrna Loy)
    Spencer’s Mountain
    The Man Who Knew Too Much (Jimmy Stewart and Doris Day)
    To Kill a Mockingbird
    A Summer Place
    The Time of Their Lives (Abbott and Costello)
    Most of Clint Eastwood’s movies
    Most of the James Bond series
    It’s a Wonderful Life

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  6. One of my old time favorites, Kidnapped with Michael Caine. This is IMO the best one of the many editions.
    Kidnapped/Otmica-1971-full movie/ceo film sa prevodom

  7. Splendor in the Grass
    Bonjour Tristesse. Sabrina
    A Summer Place. Breakfast at Tiffany’s
    Bridge on the River Kwai. From here to Eternity
    Love is a Many Splendor Thing. Night and Day

    And we didn’t need parental guidance.

  8. Excaliber 1981

    The BEST EVER King Arthur movie.


  9. Killer clips. Especially liked Dirty Harry (the Smith & Wesson & Me line) and then Bullitt with those beautiful real metal cars driven by real men.
    I grew up in the 80s so I’m not sure that timeframe qualifies as classic, and I’m hesitant to praise anything since Spielberg had his hands all over that era. But here goes…
    The Princess Bride. Love the first two Terminator movies as well. Adventures in Babysitting. Tremors.
    (Don’t judge me!!)

  10. I forgot to mention one of my top fave movies of all time. Even though most of John Wayne’s movies were of the western and military genre, my favorite is “The Quiet Man”. Maureen O’Hara, who I love, and Wayne had a wonderful chemistry when working together which is why they made several movies. “Mr. Hobbs Takes a Vacation” is a fun movie with Maureen O’Hara and Jimmy Stewart. “How Green Was My Valley” with Maureen O’Hara, Roddy McDowell, Donald Crisp, etc. is a favorite.


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