Lists by tonyphil-1
From Hollywood's "Golden Age (1927-1962)," the movies that actors, actresses and directors considered their favorite(s), or was their best work.
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Movies so bad they are good: over-the-top, unintentionally funny, some with a cult following. Laugh-inducing, jaw-dropping glory -- more amusing if you are punchy at the time.
I generally do not enjoy exploitation or slasher films, so those are not included here.
The worst movies, giving the most unintended laughs.
Some of the biggest classic stars have had distinct and recognizable voices: Edward G. Robinson, James Cagney, Katharine Hepburn, Cary Grant, Humphrey Bogart, James Stewart and John Wayne among them.
Here are some less-recalled stars, as well as character and supporting actors, each with memorable and especially unique vocal timbre, intonation, accent, and/or speaking style. All had memorable appearances in movies of Hollywood's Golden Age.