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    I had to order it online, but it was worth it knowing I could pop it in my dvd player whenever I want to watch it again. I LOVE this movie

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    old time favorites-- the ghost and mrs muir, pollyanna, thomasina, beaches, steel magnolias,the rose, and a wonderful one, ET. there are soooo many! i love movies!!
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    Love old movies. Real acting and real actors. Can't do without the classic movie channel. I like Greer Garson. Good ones on.

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    "Goodbye, Mr. Chips" is our favorite.
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    My two favorites are both comedies. His Girl Friday with Cary Grant and Rosalind Russell and Some Like it Hot with Marilyn Monroe, Tony Curtis and Jack Lemmon. I can watch these over and over and catch something new each time. Maybe that's because I'm sewing too, but you understand.

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    A great one is the BIBLE on history it has been great and there are tow left. It ends on Easter sunday.

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    I go to Goodwill and pick up videos for 71 cents. Can't beat that next to the price of renting and you never know what you will find. I once found a bunch of Shirley Temple movies, box sets of Highlander and Titanic. Plus all the Disney movies. I find old ones like Seven Brides for Seven Brothers & Gaslight (personal favorites) plus newer ones, too many to mention. If I don't like it, I don't feel bad sending it back because it didn't cost much to begin with. The other day we watched We Bought a Zoo. That was good and a true story.
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    Some of the best movies are the old originals; especially in the "horror"movies ie: Bela, Boris and a few other great movies. The orignial War of the Worlds for us sci-fi buffs.

    I do want to go see the Great and Powerful Oz. At Thanksgiving we saw Rise of the Guardians --AWESOME !!
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    I love all the Jane Austen books that have been made into movies, but my favorite is "Persuasion." Can be found in the cheap movies ($5-7) section of the store. Two hankie with a happy ending.

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    The Bible is a mini series on History Channel. It comes on every Sun. at 8

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    There are several movies that I really enjoy over and over again; however, I love the Disney movie, "Cars." Somedays it's just more fun to not be grown up. ;-D

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    Saw several enjoyable movies listed. Some of my faves
    Field of Dreams
    Breakfast at Tiffany's
    Sleepless in Seattle
    Hugo
    Saturday Night Fever

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    Jeremiah Johnson - robt Redford
    wind & the lion - Sean Connery
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    the three godfathers- John Wayne
    The quiet man- John Wayne
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    toy story 1,2,3

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    "The Way" with Martin Sheen. Hoping real hard to make the pilgrimage in Sept.--I'm up to 3 miles a day.

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    I like some oldies like Roman Holiday, Disney 's Snow White , Dumbo, and some newer, The Sting and Murder on the Orient Express, and my all-time favorite, To Kill a Mockingbird.

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