Old Hollywood movies

Collection by Missloveschic • Last updated 2 days ago


My favourite classic Hollywood movies ! My top 5 : East of Eden, Splendor in the grass, You can’t take it with you, Mr Deeds goes to town and The ghost and Mrs Muir. I love also My man Godfrey and easy living. Favourite actors : Gary Cooper, Cary Grant, James Stewart and Rex Harrison Favourite actresses : Natalie Wood, Ava Gardner, Jean Arthur, Rita Hayworth, Gene Tierney and Audrey Hepburn Favourite directors : Elia Kazan, Frank Capra and Billy Wilder


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James Stewart as Tony Kirby and Jean Arthur as Alice Sycamore share the dance floor with Donald Meek as inventor Mr Poppins in You Can’t Take It With You (1938). This is Donald’s second film in the...

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That Darn Cat! [DVD] [1965] - Best Buy

That Darn Cat! (1965) - Cinema Cats

Walt Disney Productions Starring: Hayley Mills, Dean Jones, Dorothy Provine, Roddy McDowell Also Starring: Syn Directed by: Robert Stevenson Synopsis: A bank teller (Grayson Hall) is kidnapped after a robbery and held hostage by the crooks (Neville Brand and Frank Gorshin.) She manages to slip her watch on the neck of D.C., a wandering neighborhood feline. When the cat’s […]

I don't think Molly Hooper is Mary Morstan, but I do hope that someday Sherlock needs to borrow Toby The Cat to help him solve a mystery, like he borrowed Toby The Dog in Sign of Four. That would be awesome.

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My Man Godfrey (1936)

Carole Lombard, William Powell, Alice Brady, and Gail Patrick in My Man Godfrey (1936)

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