Anyone enjoy silent films or older flicks? How about older shows?

AretoNyx
AretoNyx: There are many interesting silent films I have enjoyed. Buster Keaton to Charlie Chaplin. There are some great flicks like "Metropolis" to a "Trip to the Moon".

I like many old flicks and enjoy them. Black and white, technicolor, noir classic, and such. Some are better than others , but many newer flicks are remakes of those old ones too. Including shows

Any list of old flicks or shows do any of you enjoy?
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Captain Nemo1
Captain Nemo1: Everything from the thirties and forties I absolutely love. And the Phantom of the Opera with Lon Chaney was awesome
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smpc444
smpc444: Watch a British short film called the plank. Slapstick silent but funny.
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smpc444
smpc444: My fave all tine film is one flew over the cuckoo's nest. And comedy one is planes trains and automobiles. Those to guys were comic genius
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AretoNyx
AretoNyx: Sounds like some good flicks.
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smpc444
smpc444: Cum chat
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Fog Swept Glade
Fog Swept Glade: The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse, The Pantom Carriage(Dickens), Haxan: Witchcraft through the Ages
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AretoNyx
AretoNyx: Sounds like some more interesting ones. Thanks for sharing Fog Swept Glade.
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MSSharaz
MSSharaz: The Postman always ring twice
Sunset Boulevard
Anna Karenina (Vivien Leigh)
Dial M for Murder
Gaslight
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AretoNyx
AretoNyx: I remember seeing some of those films. Good ones Sunset.
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streaky
streaky: Anyone see the Frederick March version of Les Miserables? Nicely done. 1930s.
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Plumpcherry
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streaky
streaky: Love Boys’ Town!
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alexgabe9999
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streaky
streaky: Yes! Very inspirational. Boosted contributions to the real Boys’ Town tremendously.
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wormbullet
wormbullet: The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari (silent). Truly one of the greats!
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wormbullet
wormbullet: James Whale's Bride of Frankenstein. A Classic!
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AretoNyx
AretoNyx: Thanks for everyone 's response.
Those silent films and old talkies are very interesting. There is some mentioned I may even look up. Always something new to learn and see.
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GothGye
GothGye: hell to the yeah
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