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Whats your all time favourite b&w film

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I have a few b&w films. I love them, although I'm not that old! lol. Just looking for some suggestions
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5y, 10m agoPosted 5 years, 10 months ago
I have a few b&w films. I love them, although I'm not that old! lol. Just looking for some suggestions
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5y, 10m agoPosted 5 years, 10 months ago
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banned 4 Likes #1
sin city
2 Likes #2
Dr Strangelove
#3
carry on cabby
#4
whatsThePoint
sin city

Is this in black and white? had a look and Mickey Rourke is in it didn,t think he was that old!
banned 2 Likes #5
Some like it hot
banned 4 Likes #6
12 Angry Men
#7
2sly
12 Angry Men

Was thinking of buying this today :)
#8
Carry on cabby
2 Likes #9
Schindler's List
#10
aircanman
Carry on cabby

Charles Hawtry used to have me in stitches. His silly giggle just cracks me up.

Some of the St Trinians films as well.

Edited By: WoolyM on May 22, 2011 22:11
banned#11
Quatermass & the pit
Forbidden planet
banned#12
Birth of a Nation.
2 Likes #13
To Kill A Mocking Bird
2 Likes #14
Young Frankenstein
#15
chaz_1011
Schindler's List

Got that one , brilliant film. This is oh's favourite film
#16
choc1969
To Kill A Mocking Bird

Have that one too. Its one of my favourites :)
1 Like #17
Brief encounter.

Or maybe The Apartment. It's too difficult!

Edited By: rose_cat_jr on May 22, 2011 22:24: 2nd thoughts.
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1 Like #19
Clerks
5 Likes #20
It's a Wonderful Life :)
#21
master_chief
Birth of a Nation.

Had a look, a bit old for me, (1915) no dialogue. Thanks anyway, what i'm really looking for are the b&w classics
#22
Young Frankenstein...
...or Some Like It Hot (can't decide which is best)
#24
livingthelife07
It's a Wonderful Life :)

I have that one, thats a must have!
#25
Man bites dog.
#26
I'm looking up all the films you have suggested guys. Thanks for your suggestions and please keep them coming. Much appreciated :)
#27
Aimez-vous Brahms?
banned#28
cath1510
master_chief
Birth of a Nation.


Had a look, a bit old for me, (1915) no dialogue. Thanks anyway, what i'm really looking for are the b&w classics


He he.
#29
#30
master_chief
cath1510
master_chief
Birth of a Nation.
Had a look, a bit old for me, (1915) no dialogue. Thanks anyway, what i'm really looking for are the b&w classics
He he.

(_;) not sure what you mean by He he?
1 Like #31
A Matter of Life and Death (1946) - David Niven, its part b/w but swaps to colour but a very worth while film to watch.
1 Like #32
I dont necessarily think of it as a favorite film but always remember sitting watching classics such as this with my grandparents. Stirring music

The Dambusters
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G3tF-iLP8Oo&feature=related
banned 1 Like #33
Just turn the colour down and watch any film you fancy :)
Or watch The Last Picture Show.
banned 5 Likes #34
Harvey
#35
[quote=Bingo83]Rffifi[/quot

Looks good. Thanks :)
1 Like #36
Reach for the Sky.
#37
Schindlers list/The Apartment.
#38
wizard of oz because its not b&w for long before colour kicks in;)
#39
Laurel and Hardy
#40
Joey Bloggsy
Laurel and Hardy

Want to buy the boxset for OH as its one of his favourites :)

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