Lists by scarecrow-moon

a list of 265 titles
This does not include their LOONEY TUNES and MERRIE MELODIES. Those are on my list of THE GOLDEN AGE OF ANIMATION.
 
a list of 699 titles
If I have forgotten anything, or made any mistakes, please let me know.

Otherwise, enjoy.
 
a list of 363 titles
In the world of animation, it seems that the films from America (Disney in particular) and Japan (Studio Ghibli for example) are the most frequently mentioned. Unfortunately, it almost seems as if the animated films from Europe are largely ignored, with a few rare exceptions (WATERSHIP DOWN, FANTASTIC PLANET, etc.) Which is sad considering they have been responsible for some of the most beautiful, imaginative, unique, and intelligent animated films ever made. They have proven to be every bit as good, if not better than America or Japan. Which is funny considering Europe's been in the animation business just as long as they have. The first projected animated cartoons came from Charles-Emile Reynaud, a French scientist. These three films (PAUVRE PIERROT, LE CLOWN ET SES CHIENS, UN BON BLOCK), first shown in 1892, were collectively known as PANTOMIMES LUMINEUSES. The first fully animated film was created by a Frenchman named Emile Cohl, who is referred to as "The Father Of The Animated Cartoon." This film was called FANTASMAGORIA and was released in 1908. I have compiled this list in tribute to these often overlooked masterpieces. I am sure I myself have overlooked more than a few titles. If anybody notices a missing title or a discrepancy of any kind, please let me know. Otherwise, enjoy.
 
a list of 918 titles
I have listed every film series I could think of in chronological order that fell under the following criteria:
1. They had to have started between 1928 and 1950 (The Golden Age of Hollywood).
2. They had to consist of at least three films.
If I have made any mistakes or forgotten anything, let me know.
If there are some entries you feel I should leave out or some film series that you feel I should include, let me know.
Otherwise, enjoy.
 
a list of 835 titles
These are all the American animated films, which I could find, that IMDB lists as being made for television.
There are several titles which other sources have claimed were made for television, but IMDB does not say that. I don't know where the mistake lies there. A few of these titles are:
1. PETROUSHKA (1956)
2. EVERYBODY RIDES THE CAROUSEL (1975)
3. ANIMALYMPICS (1980)
4. THE SOLDIER'S TALE (1984)

If I have forgotten anything or made any mistakes, please tell me.
Dedicated to my Dad.
 
a list of 939 titles
If I have forgotten anything or if I have made any mistakes, please let me know.

Dedicated to my brother, Zack.
 
a list of 253 titles
These are the animated films released in the US arranged chronologically by their actual US release. Some of these, I had to indicate the actual year they came out in America. There was, however, one I could not put on here. Because it is classified as an ADULT film. The film was ONCE UPON A GIRL (1976), which came out between JACK AND THE BEANSTALK and HUGO THE HIPPO.
 
a list of 55 titles
If I have forgotten anything, or made any mistakes, please let me know.
 
a list of 496 titles
Also known as OVA's, there were several I could not put on here because they are under the category of ADULT films.

If I have forgotten anything or made any mistakes, let me know.
 
a list of 685 titles
If I have left out anything or made any mistakes, please let me know.
 
a list of 316 titles
For the past several decades, Japan has slowly, but surely, risen to become the dominant player in the field of animation. I have compiled this list and three others (For Television Series, Direct to Video films, and Made for Television Films) to honor Japan's incredible contributions. If I have missed anything, which I am sure I have, or made any mistakes, please let me know. Enjoy.

Dedicated to my brother Nick.
 
a list of 522 titles
A very interesting, and influential type of film which came to an abrupt end when television, definitely heavily influenced by serials, started to become very popular.
 
a list of 798 titles
There was one other studio that produced a significant amount of animated shorts, starting in 1964, that I could not see myself adding here. For two reasons.
1. Beyond some LOONEY TUNES and MERRIE MELODIES for WARNER BROS., their animated shorts were not distributed by any of the Golden Age studios.
2. They did extend past the 1972 point, when the Golden Age officially ended.
I am speaking of DEPATIE-FRELENG ENTERPRISES. I feel bad not having them here, because they were the last significant studio to produce a large quantity of animated shorts in America. Very famous ones, too. The animated shorts I refer to are:
1. THE PINK PANTHER
2. THE INSPECTOR
3. ROLAND AND RATTFINK
4. THE ANT AND THE AARDVARK
5. TIJUANA TOADS
6. THE BLUE RACER
7. HOOT KLOOT
8. THE DOGFATHER
If anyone feels I should add them, tell me. If I get at least five people saying yes, I will add them. Otherwise, that's all folks!
 
a list of 1,143 titles
There was a series of cartoons by UNIVERSAL called CARTOON MELODIES. I could find none of them on IMDB. They were:
1. BROTHER JOHN (1950)
2. LOWER THE BOOM (1950)
3. PEGGY, PEG AND POLLY (1950)
4. BUBBLES OF SONG (1951)
5. DOWN THE RIVER (1951)
6. HILLY BILLY (1951)
7. MACDONALD'S FARM (1951)
8. READIN' 'RITIN' AND 'RITHMETIC (1951)
9. REUBEN, REUBEN (1951)
10. UNCLE SAM'S SONGS (1951)
11. MEMORY SONG BOOK (1952)
12. SONGS THAT LIVE (1952)
13. TOAST OF SONG (1952)
 
a list of 1,465 titles
If I have forgotten anything or made any mistakes, let me know.
 
a list of 1,943 titles
In 1928, Walt Disney's STEAMBOAT WILLIE started what is called "The Golden Age of Animation." During this time, America produced some of the finest animation ever made. Not just in terms of quantity, but in quality. With a few rare exceptions (SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN DWARFS, GULLIVER'S TRAVELS), they were always short films preceding a feature film, and always hand drawn. Not to mention very expensive. Animated feature length films were naturally very rare during this time. Animation had been started long before, thanks to great talents such as Emile Reynaud, J. Stuart Blackton, Emile Cohl, and Winsor McCay. But it was during this time that animation first became widely recognized. Even today, nothing comes close to the animation we used to produce on a regular basis, with the obvious exception of Japan's contributions. Studio Ghibli in particular. This Golden Age came to a close, due to how expensive these short films were and to the fact that cheaper, but still enjoyable, animation was being produced for television. With the final WOODY WOODPECKER cartoon from Walter Lantz in 1972, it was officially over, according to many. Today, most animation is on the television, with a steady stream of animated features. We still see traditional animated shorts preceding a feature from time to time, as they used to. A brand new LOONEY TUNE or MERRIE MELODY in a theater every once in a while (such as BOX-OFFICE BUNNY), or on TV (such as BUG'S BUNNY'S CHRISTMAS CAROL) , and even something from DISNEY that isn't computer animated (such as the new GOOFY cartoon, HOW TO HOOK UP YOUR HOME THEATER, in front of NATIONAL TREASURE 2). Pleasant reminders of a time long past. I have attempted to list every animated short from the nine key animation studios from 1928 to 1972. If I have made any mistakes or forgotten anything, which I am sure I have, please let me know. The studios I refer to are:
1. WALT DISNEY (which needs no introduction)
2. WARNER BROS. (LOONEY TUNES, MERRIE MELODIES, etc.)
3. PARAMOUNT (FLEISCHER STUDIOS, FAMOUS STUDIOS, GEORGE PAL'S PUPPETOONS, etc.)
4. MGM (TOM AND JERRY, DROOPY, etc.)
5. UNIVERSAL (WALTER LANTZ)
6. 20TH CENTURY FOX (TERRYTOONS)
7. COLUMBIA (SCREEN GEMS, UPA)
8. CELEBRITY PRODUCTIONS (FLIP THE FROG, WILLIE WHOPPER, and COMICOLOR CARTOONS)
9. VAN BEUREN STUDIOS (RAINBOW PARADE, CUBBY BEAR, etc.)
I have arranged it all by year and by each individual studio and series within that year.
A few of these series had been started prior to the Golden Age by different studios. These were AESOP'S FABLES, OSWALD THE LUCKY RABBIT, FARMER AL FALFA, and KRAZY KAT.
Strangely, most of these incredible shorts have never had a proper DVD release. The HAPPY HARMONIES and COLOR RHAPSODIES for instance.
Some of the DVD releases have been very odd. The LOONEY TUNES and MERRIE MELODIES in particular. Why wouldn't they put them out chronologically and without anything missing? Very strange indeed.
I am proud to have grown up watching these, which is why I am able to do this now.
As a side note, there were three shorts which supposedly came out in the thirties that I was unable to locate on IMDB. They were:
1. GOING PLACES #18--CARTOONLAND MYSTERIES (1936) (WALTER LANTZ)
2. THE AMAZING RECOVERY OF INBAD THE AILER (1939) (WALTER LANTZ)
3. BREAKDOWNS OF 1939 (1939) (WARNER BROS.)

Dedicated to my Mom.
 
a list of 39 titles
There are not many movies out there that can make you feel really good afterwards. I don't know about anyone else, but personally I would much rather feel good after watching a movie, no matter how good or how bad it may be. Especially if there is romance involved. Have you ever seen a situation on film that made you wish it could happen to you? I have compiled a list of the films that, in my mind, contain the best romantic moments ever put on film. While some of these are not exactly categorized as romances, they do contain a romantic subplot that has always appealed to me. They perhaps didn't mean that much to some, but they always made me smile and stirred my heart. So, I thought, since Valentine's Day is right around the corner, I would put together this list for all those lucky couples out there.

I also wish to dedicate this to a girl I met once. A girl I met one time six months ago who was visiting from Italy. Her name was Miriam. She came in to the store I work at and asked me for assistance in finding several things, which I was only too happy to do. We introduced ourselves and she even told me I shared her father's name. We walked around the store and talked for maybe fifteen to twenty minutes. After I helped her out, I gave her my e-mail. I have never seen or heard from her since then. Yet I have thought about her every day. I'm a realistic person, yet sometimes I feel I am too much of a dreamer for my own good. Probably too many movies. I realize I may never see her or hear from her again. I realize I should move on, but the fact of the matter is, I have never met anyone like her before or since. I've certainly never harbored any bad feelings of any kind towards her, either. She was an angel, plain and simple. Probably sent to give me an idea of what I want. She certainly did that.

I hope you all enjoy these films and have a Happy Valentine's Day. :)
 
a list of 672 titles
Many of these movies are already easily available on DVD. Many are unavailable on DVD, and even VHS. I simply put the one's which seemed like the most likely to be in the Criterion Collection, which truly has gathered together the finest collection of films from around the world and given them the best DVD treatment there is. If anyone has another suggestion, please let me know.
 
a list of 259 titles
Most of the television shows we remember have been successfully transferred to DVD. However, there still appears to be a major problem with the rest.
Here are some of the reasons why:
1. Some have been released on DVD in other countries (ARE YOU AFRAID OF THE DARK?, CAPTAIN PUGWASH).
2. Some have been released on DVD in pieces, advertised sometimes as THE BEST OF (DRAGNET, THE GUMBY SHOW).
3. Some have only had certain parts released (DISNEYLAND, PLAYHOUSE 90, HALLMARK HALL OF FAME, ABC WEEKEND SPECIALS).
4. Some have been started and left unfinished on DVD (GARGOYLES, THE ADVENTURES OF PETE AND PETE).
5. Some have been released out of order (For instance, the first five part episode of DUCK TALES was put on SEASON 2).
6. Some have never even seen a DVD release (SALUTE YOUR SHORTS).
I shall do my very best to include all the shows which have suffered one of these injustices. If I have made any mistakes, please tell me. If I have forgotten anything, let me know.
 
a list of 145 titles
Most of the television shows we remember have been successfully transferred to DVD. However, there still appears to be a major problem with the rest.
Here are some of the reasons why:
1. Some have been released on DVD in other countries (ARE YOU AFRAID OF THE DARK?, CAPTAIN PUGWASH).
2. Some have been released on DVD in pieces, advertised sometimes as THE BEST OF (DRAGNET, THE GUMBY SHOW).
3. Some have only had certain parts released (DISNEYLAND, PLAYHOUSE 90, HALLMARK HALL OF FAME, ABC WEEKEND SPECIALS).
4. Some have been started and left unfinished on DVD (GARGOYLES, THE ADVENTURES OF PETE AND PETE).
5. Some have been released out of order (For instance, the first five part episode of DUCK TALES was put on SEASON 2).
6. Some have never even seen a DVD release (SALUTE YOUR SHORTS).
I shall do my very best to include all the shows which have suffered one of these injustices. If I have made any mistakes, please tell me. If I have forgotten anything, let me know.
I shall start with the shows that got started in "The Golden Age of Television" (1946-1959).
Enjoy.
 
a list of 600 titles
As 25 new films are inducted every year, I shall keep this updated.
 
a list of 45 titles
If any more come to me, I shall add them. Let me know if you think of any.
 
a list of 6 titles
There are many sequels that typically fall into the category of being either "really good" or "really bad." I have found many sequels to be very enjoyable in their own right. Sequels that may not be better than the first, but they still certainly don't deserve to be put down. Some of these I found to be at least as good as the first. If I think of any more, I shall add them. If you think of any, let me know.
 
a list of 600 titles
I was unable to find 2011 OSCAR SHORTS, which came in at number 198, between THE DEVIL'S DOUBLE and SNOW FLOWER AND THE SECRET FAN.
 
a list of 533 titles
I was unable to locate two films. The first was 2010 OSCAR SHORTS, which came in at number 196. Between THE PERFECT GAME and GUZAARISH. The second was NINE NATION ANIMATION, which came in at number 391. Between 44 INCH CHEST and THE LEGEND OF PALE MALE.
If there are any discrepancies, please let me know.
 
a list of 30 titles
As many of us know, a remake almost never outdoes the original film. Much less equals it. However, there have been a few cases where the remake is actually an improvement. Here are a few of these. If any more come to me, I shall list them. If any should come to you, let me know.
 
a list of 520 titles
I was unable to locate 2009 OSCAR SHORTS, which came in at number 223. Between PLAY THE GAME and DIL BOLE HADIPPA!
If there are any discrepancies, please let me know.
 
a list of 605 titles
There were three, actually two, I was unable to put on here. I could not locate 2007 ACADEMY AWARD NOMINATED SHORT FILMS, which came in at number 255 AND it also came in at number 256, between TROUBLE THE WATER and KISMAT KONNECTION. Finally, I was unable to put OTTO; OR, UP WITH THE DEAD PEOPLE on here, because it is categorized as an ADULT film. It came in at number 527, between GARDENS OF THE NIGHT and LOST IN BEIJING.
If there are any discrepancies, please let me know.
 
a list of 630 titles
I was unable to locate 2006 ACADEMY AWARD NOMINATED SHORT FILMS, which came in at number 285, between THE SINGING REVOLUTION and THIS IS ENGLAND.
If there are any discrepancies, please let me know.
 
a list of 607 titles
I was unable to locate THE WORLD ACCORDING TO SHORTS, which came in at number 514, between ONE LAST THING... and I TRUST YOU TO KILL ME.
If there are any discrepancies, please let me know.
 
a list of 546 titles
I was unable to locate TWO BY SCORSESE (THE REISSUE), which came in at number 490. Between THE PRESIDENT'S LAST BANG and PRIMO AMORE (FIRST LOVE).
If there are any discrepancies, please let me know.
 
a list of 549 titles
I was unable to put two of the films on here. Because they are categorized as ADULT films. The first was ANATOMY OF HELL, which came in at number 428, between LA PETITE LILI (LITTLE LILI) and COWBOYS AND ANGELS. The second was RASPBERRY REICH, which came in at number 435, between FABLED and CHOOCH.
If there are any discrepancies, please let me know.
 
a list of 504 titles
I was unable to put two of the films on here. The first, called FASSBINDER SERIES, I was unable to find. It came in at number 314, between MODERN TIMES (THE REISSUE) and GIGANTIC: A TALE OF TWO JOHNS. The second, called THE GOOD OLD NAUGHTY DAYS, I was unable to put on here because it is categorized as an ADULT film. It came in at number 374, between CHIHWASEON (PAINTED FIRE) and CARNAGE.
If there are any discrepancies, please let me know.
 
a list of 476 titles
There are two I was unable to locate. However, I believe the names speak for themselves. The first was KUROSAWA & MIFUNE FESTIVAL, which came in at number 250, between SWEPT AWAY and MAX. The second was ANDREI TARKOVSKY RETROSPECTIVE, which came in at number 311, between CHERISH and BUSINESS OF FANCYDANCING.
If there are any discrepancies, please let me know.
 
a list of 356 titles
If there are any discrepancies, please let me know.
 
a list of 373 titles
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a list of 381 titles
There were three films I was unable to put on here. There is also an unidentified film which came in at number 347. The first one I couldn't put on here because its categorized as an ADULT film. This was ROMANCE, which came in at number 197, between TUMBLEWEEDS and THE EMPEROR AND THE ASSASSIN (JING KE CE QIN WANG). The second, which I could not locate, was BEYOND BEAUTIFUL, which came in at number 323, between LOVERS ON THE BRIDGE and BEST LAID PLANS. The third was TOUR TRUFFAUT, which I also could not find, which came in at number 346, between HELL'S KITCHEN and number 347. The number 347 is apparently either a nonexistent film or it is unidentified. I don't know which.
If there are any discrepancies, please let me know.
 
a list of 335 titles
I was unable to locate THE 1998 BUGS BUNNY FESTIVAL, which came in at number 230, between THE EEL and FOUR DAYS IN SEPTEMBER.
If there are any discrepancies, please let me know.
 
a list of 303 titles
If there are any discrepancies, please let me know.
 
a list of 311 titles
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a list of 278 titles
There were two I was unable to find. The first was THE 1995 BUGS BUNNY FESTIVAL, which came in at number 269, between MIDNIGHT DANCERS (SIBAK) and COLDBLOODED. The other was TOO OUTRAGEOUS ANIMATION, which came in at number 279, between A BUSINESS AFFAIR and LAMB.
If there are any discrepancies, please let me know.
 
a list of 257 titles
I was unable to locate THE BEST OF INTERNATIONAL TOURNEE ANIMATION, which came in at 248, between PARIS, FRANCE and L'ENFER (HELL).
If there are any discrepancies, please let me know.
 
a list of 258 titles
I was unable to locate THE 24TH TOURNEE OF ANIMATION, which came in at number 196, between LOVE FIELD and RUBY IN PARADISE.
If there are any discrepancies, please let me know.
 
a list of 234 titles
I was unable to locate THE 4TH ANIMATION CELEBRATION, which came in at number 208, between VAN GOGH and THE EFFICIENCY EXPERT.
If there are any discrepancies, please let me know.
 
a list of 244 titles
I was unable to locate BRITISH ANIMATION INVASION, which came in at number 186, between ROSENCRANTZ AND GUILDENSTERN ARE DEAD and THOUSAND PIECES OF GOLD.
If there are any discrepancies, please let me know.
 
a list of 225 titles
I was unable to locate THE 3RD ANIMATION CELEBRATION, which came in at number 180, between BLOODFIST 2 and ROBOT JOX.
If there are any discrepancies, please let me know.
 
a list of 239 titles
There was one I was unable to find. It is called THE 2ND ANIMATION CELEBRATION. It came in at number 155, between THE STEPFATHER 2 and TRUE LOVE.
If there are any discrepancies, please let me know.
 
a list of 254 titles
If there are any discrepancies, please let me know.
 
a list of 237 titles
There was one I was unable to put on here. It was DEVIL IN THE FLESH, from 1986. It came in at number 201, between AMAZON WOMEN ON THE MOON and MAN ON FIRE.
If there are any discrepancies, please let me know.
 
a list of 209 titles
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a list of 180 titles
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a list of 168 titles
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a list of 163 titles
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a list of 132 titles
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a list of 113 titles
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a list of 116 titles
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a list of 16 titles
This is a work in progress. If you know any others, please let me know.
 
a list of 182 titles
There was one I was unable to put on here, because it is categorized as an ADULT film. The film was ROMANCE (1999), which came in between HORSEMAN ON THE ROOF and PONETTE.
 
a list of 238 titles
If I have forgotten any, please let me know.
This list, by the way, is arranged by the year in which each film was actually released by Disney.
 
a list of 50 people
This applies only to the BEST ACTOR and BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR Oscar.
 
a list of 39 titles
There were only 2 I could not locate on IMDB. Both came out in the 50's:
1. Alphabet Antics
2. Snow Thrills
 
a list of 193 titles
I felt it best to make two separate lists. One for the shorts and one for the TV episodes shown on Mystery Science Theater.
 
a list of 50 titles
 
a list of 17 titles
That being said, many of the movies following after were very good. If any more come to me, I shall add them. If any more come to anybody else (JILLIAN), let me know.
 
a list of 4 titles
This applies to tv series that were a spin off from a movie. If you think of any others, let me know. I shall add more if I think of any.
 
a list of 20 titles
The third, and final, system which I played games on to any extent was the Super Nintendo. Unfortunately, it was the one I played the least. But, that being said, it did have some of the best games ever made. Here are the ones I have the fondest memories of.
 
a list of 20 titles
The second system I played was the original Nintendo Entertainment System. These were the games I found myself enjoying the most. Others I would have added if they were on IMDB include THE THREE STOOGES (1989), TECMO BOWL (1989), and RIVER CITY RANSOM (1990).
 
a list of 20 titles
In my younger days, there were only three systems that I played video games on. It was during this time that I believe they made not only the best games, but the most enjoyable. They may not have had the greatest graphics, but that isn't what makes a game fun in the first place. But that's just me. First and foremost, for me, was the Sega Genesis. These were the ones I grew up enjoying the most. There are some others I would have added if I had found them on IMDB, such as MEGA TURRICAN (1995), ROCKET KNIGHT ADVENTURES (1993), MUTANT LEAGUE FOOTBALL (1993), KID CHAMELEON (1992), and GHOULS 'N GHOSTS (1989).
 
a list of 50 people
 
a list of 50 people
 
a list of 50 people
This applies only to the BEST ACTRESS and BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS Oscar.
 
a list of 50 people
This applies only to the BEST ACTRESS and BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS Oscar.
 
a list of 50 people
This applies only to the BEST ACTRESS and BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS Oscar.
 
a list of 50 people
This applies only to the BEST ACTRESS and BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS Oscar.
 
a list of 50 people
This applies only to the BEST ACTOR and BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR Oscar.
 
a list of 50 people
This applies only to the BEST ACTOR and BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR Oscar.
 
a list of 50 people
This applies only to the BEST ACTOR and BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR Oscars.
 
a list of 50 people
This applies only to the BEST DIRECTOR Oscar.
 
a list of 50 people
This applies only to the BEST DIRECTOR Oscar
 
a list of 50 people
This applies only to the BEST DIRECTOR Oscar.
 
a list of 50 people
This applies only to the BEST DIRECTOR Oscar.
 
a list of 25 titles
In my mind, the action film had its golden age in the 80's.
 
a list of 25 titles
In my mind, the 70's produced not only the most well made horror films of all time, but the most genuinely effective.
 
a list of 40 titles
 
a list of 250 people
The actresses who made the final list are indicated by the number which they came in on.
 
a list of 250 people
In 1999, the American Film Institute presented who they felt to be the fifty greatest actors/stars of all time. Twenty-five of these were the actors, while the other half were the actresses. However, there were two hundred and twenty-five other actors and two hundred and twenty-five other actresses who were up for this list. I shall post both. The ones who did make the list are indicated by the number they came in at on the final list.
 
a list of 100 titles
This applies to all the Oscar categories.
 
a list of 100 titles
This applies to all the Oscar categories.
 
a list of 60 titles
This applies to all the Oscar categories.
 
a list of 50 titles
This applies to all the Oscar categories.
 
a list of 35 titles
This applies to all the Oscar categories.
 
a list of 35 titles
This applies to all the Oscar categories.
 
a list of 10 titles
This applies to all the Oscar categories.
 
a list of 10 titles
This applies to all the Oscar categories.
 
a list of 19 people
I already have several mentioned in my 50 Greatest Living Actors and Actresses Who Have Never Been Nominated and Who Have Been Nomninated And Never Won. If any more come to me, I shall add them. If you think of any, please let me know.
 
a list of 250 titles
In 1998, the American Film Institute selected what they considered to be the 100 greatest American films of all time, from the first 100 years (1896-1996) of American film. However, not many realize that there were 300 other films which they considered putting on this list. I have all 400 listed here in chronological order. And I have indicated the films that made the list by sticking their numbers underneath the titles. The number they were on the final list. Enjoy.
 
a list of 250 titles
If there are any discrepancies of any kind, please let me know.
 
a list of 250 titles
If there are any discrepancies of any kind, please let me know.
 
a list of 250 titles
If there are any discrepancies of any kind, please let me know.
 
a list of 250 titles
If there are any discrepancies of any kind, please let me know.
 
a list of 250 titles
If there are any discrepancies of any kind, please let me know.
 
a list of 250 titles
If there are any discrepancies of any kind, please let me know.
 
a list of 250 titles
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a list of 25 titles
These were the Oscar nominated and winning films from the very first Oscar ceremony, which took place in 1929, and covered the years 1927 to 1928. If there are any discrepancies of any kind, please let me know.
 
a list of 197 titles
Here are what were apparently the top 20 films of each year of the seventies. Or I should say the first twenty I was able to list. There were three I was unable to put on here. I guess because they are adult films. Apparently, you can't even access their IMDB pages on the IMDB, unless you do it through Google or some other search engine. Here they are:
1. Sexual Freedom In Denmark-Apparently it came in at number 19 in 1970, coming in after Beyond the Valley of the Dolls.
2. Deep Throat-Apparently it was the number 7 movie of 1972, coming in after Cabaret.
3. The Devil in Miss Jones-Apparently it came in at number 11 in 1973, coming in after Live and Let Die.
After this decade, the records are airtight, for lack of a better word. Again, if anyone knows of any better records, let me know.
 
a list of 200 titles
Here are what were apparently the top twenty films of each year of the 60's. As I have stated before, the box office records from these days are a little sketchy. For instance, another source indicates that the number one movie of 1960 might have been LET'S MAKE LOVE. If anyone has better information, let me know.
 
a list of 190 titles
Here are what were apparently the top 15 box office films of 1950 and 1951 and the top twenty box office films of the last eight years of the 50's. If anyone knows of any better records, let me know.
 
a list of 100 titles
Here are what were apparently the top twenty box office films of the last five years of the forties. Again, the records seem a little sketchy. For instance, another place says the top box office film of 1947 might have been GOLDEN EARRINGS. If anyone knows where I might find more precise information, let me know.
 
a list of 34 titles
Before 1980, box office records are, to say the least, very sketchy. Particularly before 1945. All that is available for those years are just the supposed number one film. And that only as far back as 1918. There doesn't seem to be a real definite version of these early records. If anyone knows where I can find some definite records, let me know. Otherwise, here we are.
 
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If any more come to me, I shall list them. It seems everything is a remake these days. If any should come to you, let me know.
 
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When I was growing up, Nickelodeon was pretty much all I would watch on TV. In my mind, they made the best television for the younger audience. Not so much now. But in the 80's and 90's, Nickelodeon was it. These are the shows that I could watch time and again. The funny thing is that there seems to be trouble getting these out on DVD. They started and now they can't seem to finish. Here's hoping someone gets their act together.
 
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Thrillers set on the long open highway, usually in a remote, desert area, have always been in very short supply. Which I find unfortunate, because in my humble opinion, these are the best kinds of thrillers. I've always felt a remote setting, far from any city, creates an atmosphere all on its own. None more so, to me, than a long stretch of highway, usually nestled in a lonely stretch of desert. The following are, to me, the finest examples of this type of film. If any more come to me, I shall add them.
 
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As I mentioned before, Mystery Science Theater showed many of the worst films ever made. But none were as painfully bad to me as these.
 
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Mystery Science Theater showed many films, from the 80's all the way back to the 30's. But there were only seven that they showed from the 90's. These were the most recent films that they showcased. The following are those seven films listed from the most enjoyable to me to the least enjoyable.
 
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Mystery Science Theater showed many of the worst films ever made. But what many don't know is that they showed a few really good ones. At least to me. The following are the films that I personally enjoyed a great deal. Not for being bad, but for being good.
 
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There are many movies out there which are deserving of a lot more notice. The following are some movies which I have found myself enjoying time and again. And I often find myself wondering how these don't get more love than they do. There may be additions later.