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My Favorite Movies By Year 1948 -1972
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Paul Kyriazi - Feature Film Director Paul Kyriazi - Feature Film Director
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Dateline: Los Angeles, CA
Thursday, May 19, 2022

 

1948 – Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein – The Three Musketeers – The Treasure of the Sierra Madre

1949 – Samson and Delilah – It Happens Every Spring 

1950 – Sunset Boulevard – Quicksand 

1951 – The Thing From Another World – The Day the Earth Stood Still – Ace in the Hole – A Place in the Sun – Lost Continent  

1952 – The Iron Mistress – The Bad and the Beautiful – The Greatest Show on Earth

1953 – War of the Worlds – It Came from Outer Space

1954 – 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea – Demetrius and the Gladiators – Seven Samurai – Rear Window – Them 

1955 – This Island Earth – The Man with the Golden Arm – Marty   

1956 – The Ten Commandments – Invasion of the Body Snatchers – Forbidden Planet – Giant – Around the World in 80 Days – The Fastest Gun Alive – Trapeze – A Kiss Before Dying 

1957 – The Bridge on the River Kwai – 12 Angry Men – The Incredible Shrinking Man – Witness for the Prosecution – Sayonara – Jailhouse Rock – The Land Unknown

1958 – Vertigo – The Vikings – The 7th Voyage of Sinbad – The Horror of Dracula 

1959 – Ben Hur – Rio Bravo – North by Northwest – Tarzan’s Greatest Adventure – The Trap – Journey to the Center of the Earth – House on Haunted Hill – The Hound of the Baskervilles  

1960 – The Time Machine – Psycho – Flaming Star – The Magnificent 7 – The Alamo – The Swiss Family Robinson – The Lost World – North to Alaska 

1961 – One Eyed Jacks – West Side Story – The Hustler – Yojimbo  

1962 – The Manchurian Candidate – Taras Bulba – Mutiny on the Bounty – Sanjuro – Hatari! – Dr. No – How the West Was Won – State Fair  

1963 – It’s a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad, World – From Russia with Love – Hud – The Birds – Jason and the Argonauts – The Man with the X-Ray Eyes 

1964 – Goldfinger – Three Outlaw Samurai – Seven Days in May – Viva Las Vegas  

1965 – Sword of Doom – The Satan Bug – Tickle Me – The Great Race – The Cincinnati Kid  

1966 – The Good, the Bad and The Ugly – Grand Prix – The Sand Pebbles – Our Man Flint 

1967 – Point Blank – The Graduate – You Only Live Twice – Hombre – Camelot 

1968 – Stay Away, Joe – Planet of the Apes – The Power – Dark of the Sun – Where Eagles Dare – Ice Station Zebra – Rosemary’s Baby – Coogan’s Bluff – The Scalphunters – Charly – The Detective –Bandolero – Madigan 

1969 – On Her Majesty’s Secret Service – The Wild Bunch – 100 Rifles – Goodbye Columbus 

1970 – Little Big Man – Catch 22 – Ryan’s Daughter – Colossus The Forbin Project 

1971 – Big Jake – A Gunfight – Billy Jack 

1972 – Deliverance – The Cowboys – The Getaway – The Hot Rock 

I’ll end it here, as these are the movies that first inspired me to continue creatively. 

I love Robert Redford’s success walk to happy jazz music in The Hot Rock. I walk it after every completed project, tough as those projects might have been.

I wish you lots of success walks.

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