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The list spans chronologically from Safety Last! (1923) to The Matrix (1999) and The Sixth Sense (1999).
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Harrison Ford and Claude Rains are the most represented actors on the list each starring in four films.
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Nine Alfred Hitchcock films made the list, including Psycho (1960) (#1), making him the most represented director. His frequent cameos also make him the most represented actor on the list with his appearances in all these films except Dial M for Murder (1954) (#48), where he appears in a photograph on the wall.
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Steven Spielberg directed six films on the list, two of which are in the top 10. Spielberg also wrote and produced Poltergeist (1982). Stanley Kubrick directed five films on the list.
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The 1970s contain the most films on the list: 22. The 1960s include 21 films while the 1980s and 1940s each have 14.
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Terminator 2: Judgment Day (1991) is the only sequel on the list.
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The most heart-pounding movies that cross generations include John Huston appearing with his father Walter Huston in The Treasure of the Sierra Madre (1948) (#67), Alfred Hitchcock and his daughter Patricia Hitchcock working together on Psycho (1960) (#1) and Strangers on a Train (1951) (#32) and Janet Leigh and her daughter Jamie Lee Curtis appearing in separate films.
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The list includes many genres: courtroom dramas, disasters, epics, horror, musicals, noir, sci-fi, sports, suspense, war and westerns.
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