1940’s

10 Star Movies

  • National Velvet (1944) One of the finest family films ever made…a young Mickey Rooney and a 12-year old Elizabeth Taylor delight in this wonderful movie about new beginnings, ...
  • To Be or Not to Be (1942) I can’t say enough good things about this film…it has a unique beginning, a plot that gets funnier and crazier as it goes along, and ...
  • The Pride of the Yankees (1942) The Best Sports Movie Ever?  Or maybe the greatest love story ever?  You could make a case for both.  Nominated for 11 Academy Awards…this movie ...
  • The Best Years of our Lives (1946) One of the first movies that made a DRAMATIC STATEMENT after World War II.  This movie has relevance even today as we also have soldiers ...
  • The Lady Eve (1941) One of the truly great romantic comedies of all-time captivating you with seduction, double crossing, and crazy characters.  An incredible movie with a totally unique ...
  • Shadow of a Doubt (1943) A thoroughly riveting movie with a great opening!  Easily in my top 5 Alfred Hitchcock movies, this movie could possibly be the BEST Hitchcock movie ...
  • Ball of Fire (1941) Billy Wilder was the writer, and Howard Hawks was the director…they turned out one of the funniest movies of all time.  12 men are trying ...

9 Star Movies

  • Meet Me in St. Louis (1944) Judy Garland has some of the most memorable scenes in movie history! Judy Sings “Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas” as a sad, sad reminder ...
  • Casablanca (1942) “Here’s looking at you kid” – One of the great lines from classic movies.  Casablanca is one of the truly great classic films.  If you ...
  • The Devil and Miss Jones (1941) A very funny movie with a unique plot and screwball ending…one of the best comedies you will see in any era. This is the first “Undercover ...

8 Star Movies

  • Meet John Doe (1941) It is fun moviemaking when Barbara Stanwyck and Gary Cooper come together for the delightful comedy which has a strong message.  This movie was made ...

7 Star Movies