Academy Award Winning Pictures

Every Best Picture Ever, YouTube, Burger Fiction, 2016
Rebecca, Selznick International, United Artists, 1940
Bridge on the River Kwai, Horizon Pictures, 1957
Silence of the Lambs, Orion, 1991
An American in Paris, MGM, 1951
The Sting, Universal Studios, 1973
The Sound of Music, 20th Century Fox, 1965
Schindler’s List, Universal, Amblin Entertainment, 1993
Ben-Hur, MGM, 1959
The Godfather II, Paramount Pictures, 1974
Patton, 20th Century Fox, 1970
Casablanca, Warner Bros., 1942
Unforgiven, Warner Bros., Malpaso, 1992
Gone With The Wind, MGM, 1939
The Godfather, Paramount Pictures, 1972


Action Movies

 

Die Hard, 20th Century Fox, 1988
Terminator II, TriStar Pictures, 1991
Casino Royale, MGM, 2006
Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol, Paramount, 2011
True Lies, 20th Century Fox, 1994
Jurassic Park, Universal Pictures, 1993
Bullitt, Warner Bros., 1968
Cliffhanger, TriStar Pictures, Carolco Pictures, 1993
Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring, New Line Cinema, 2001
Raiders of the Lost Ark, Paramount, 1981
 

Comedies – Classic

​Charlie Chaplin Tribute, City Lights, et. al., United Artists, 1931
Arsenic and Old Lace, Warner Bros., 1944
The Philadelphia Story, MGM, 1940
A Night at the Opera, MGM, 1935
Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein, Universal Pictures, 1948
Buster Keaton Tribute, YouTube
Safety Last, Hal Roach Studios, 1923
They Stooge to Conga, Columbia Studios, 1943
It’s a Gift, Paramount, 1943
Laurel and Hardy Tribute, Hollywood: The Gift of Laughter, TV, David L. Wolper, 1982 


Comedies – Modern

M*A*S*H, 20th Century Fox. 1970
There’s Something About Mary, 20th Century Fox. 1998
Police Academy, Warner Bros., 1984
A Shot In The Dark, United Artists, 1964
Planes, Trains and Automobiles,  Paramount, 1967
Blazing Saddles, United Artists, 1974
American Graffiti, Universal, 1973
Naked Gun, Paramount, 1988
Young Frankenstein, 20th Century Fox, 1974
Father of the Bride, Touchstone Pictures, 1991
Back to the Future, Universal, 1984
Airplane!, Paramount 1980

 

Elvis Presley Movies

Love Me Tender, 20th Century Fox, 1956
Flaming Star, 20th Century Fox, 1960
Follow That Dream, United Artists, 1962
Girls, Girls, Girls, Hal B. Wallis, Paramount, 1962
King Creole, Hal B. Wallis, Paramount, 1958
Loving You, Hal B. Wallis, Paramount, 1957
Jailhouse Rock, MGM, 1957
G.I. Blues, Hal B. Wallis, Paramount, 1960
Blue Hawaii, Hal B. Wallis, Paramount Pictures, 1961

It Happened at the World’s Fair, MGM, 1963

Fun in Acapulco, Hal B. Wallis, Paramount, 1963

Girl Happy, Joe Pasternak, MGM, 1964
Viva Las Vegas, MGM, 1964

Elvis ‘68 Comeback Special, Elvis Presley, Binder/Howe Productions, NBC, 1968

Frank Sinatra Tribute

Anchors Aweigh, MGM, 1945
On The Town, MGM, 1949
From Here to Eternity, Columbia Pictures, 1953
High Society, MGM, 1956
Pal Joey, Columbia Pictures, 1957
The Joker is Wild, MGM, 1957
Oceans 11, Warner Bros., 1960
Frank Sinatra: The Man and His Music, NBC, 1981 


Holiday Classics

A Christmas Carol, CBS Television, Entertainment Partners, 1984
It’s a Wonderful Life, RKO Pictures, 1946
Home Alone, Hughes Entertainment, 20th Century Fox, 1990
The Polar Express, Castle Rock, Warner Bros., 2004
Miracle on 34th Street, 20th Century Fox, 1947
The Santa Clause, Walt Disney Studios, 1994
Holiday Inn, Paramount, 1942
National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation, Warner Bros., 1989
A Christmas Story, MGM, 1983
Love Actually, Universal Pictures, 2003
The Holiday, Universal Pictures and Columbia Pictures, 2006
ELF, New Line Cinema, 2003


Horror

Horror Film Tribute, YouTube, 2013
The Thing from Another World, RKO, 1951
The Mummy, Universal Studios, 1932
The Creature from the Black Lagoon, Universal Studios, 1954
Frankenstein, Universal Studios, 1931
Dracula, Universal Studios, 1931
Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein, Universal Studios, 1947
The Wolfman, Universal Studios, 1931
Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, Paramount Pictures, 1932
The Bride of Frankenstein, Universal, 1931
Young Frankenstein, 20th Century Fox, 1974
The Invisible Man, Universal Studios, 1933
King Kong, RKO Pictures, 1933
Psycho, Paramount Pictures, 1960

 

James Bond

Dr. No, EON Productions, United Artists, 1961

From Russia With Love, EON Productions, United Artists, 1962

Goldfinger, EON Productions, United Artists, 1964

Thunderball, EON Productions, United Artists, 1965

You Only Live Twice, EON Productions, United Artists, 1967

On Her Majesty’s Secret Service, EON Productions, United Artists, 1969

Diamonds Are Forever, EON Productions, United Artists, 1971

Live and Let Die, EON Productions, United Artists, 1973

The Man with the Golden Gun, EON Productions, United Artists, 1974

The Spy Who Loved Me, EON Productions, United Artists, 1977

Moonraker, EON Productions, United Artists, 1979

For Your Eyes Only, EON Productions, United Artists, 1981

Octopussy, EON Productions, United Artists, 1983

A View to a Kill, EON Productions, United Artists, 1985

The Living Daylights, EON Productions, United Artists, 1987

A License to Kill, EON Productions, United Artists, 1989

GoldenEye, EON Productions, United Artists, 1995

Tomorrow Never Dies, EON Productions, United Artists, 1997

The World is Not Enough, EON Productions, United Artists, 1999

Die Another Day, EON Productions, United Artists, 2002

Casino Royale, EON Productions, United Artists, 2006

Quantum of Solace, EON Productions, United Artists, 2008

Skyfall, EON Productions, United Artists, 2012

Spectre, EON Productions, United Artists, 2015


John Wayne Tribute

Hangman’s House, Fox Film Corp., 1928
The Big Trail, Fox Film Corp., 1930
Blue Steel, Monogram Pictures, 1934
The Flying Tigers, Republic Pictures, 1942
Red River, United Artists, 1948
She Wore a Yellow Ribbon, RKO Pictures, 1949
The Sands of Iwo Jima, Republic Pictures, 1949
The Quiet Man, Republic Pictures, 1952
The Searchers, Warner Bros., 1956
McLintock!, Paramount Pictures, 1963
True Grit, Paramount Pictures, 1969
The Shootist, Paramount Pictures, 1976
The John Wayne Story: The Later Years, Good Times Video, 2001


Legendary Actors

Bridge on the River Kwai, Columbia Pictures, 1957
S.O.B., Paramount, 1981
Ben-Hur, MGM, 1959
To Kill A Mockingbird, Universal Pictures, 1962
My Darling Clementine, 20th Century Fox, 1946
The Grapes of Wrath, 20th Century Fox, 1940
Mr. Smith Goes to Washington, Columbia Pictures, 1939
Harvey, Universal-International, 1950
Mr. Deeds Goes to Town, Columbia Pictures, 1936
High Noon, United Artists, 1952
Charade, Universal Pictures, 1963
Gone With The Wind, MGM, 1939
It Happened One Night, MGM, 1934
The Maltese Falcon, Warner Bros., 1941
The Cane Mutiny, Columbia Pictures, 1954
Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner, Columbia, 1967

Legendary Actresses

Without Reservations, RKO Radio Pictures, 1946

Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, United Artists, 1955

Seven Year Itch, 20th Century Fox, 1955

Meet Me in Saint Louis, MGM, 1944

Mildred Pierce, Warner Bros., 1945

What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?, Warner Bros., 1962

To Catch a Thief, Paramount Pictures, 1955

High Society, MGM, 1956

Breakfast at Tiffany’s, Paramount, 1961

Wait Until Dark, Warner Bros., 1967

All About Eve, 20th Century Fox, 1950

Jezebel, Warner Bros., 1938

Notorious, RKO, 1946

Casablanca, Warner Bros., 1942

Father of the Bride, MGM 1952

Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, MGM 1958

Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner, Columbia, 1967

The African Queen, United Artists, 1951

Musicals – Classic

 

Movie Dance Scenes Mashup (Mark Ronson-Uptown Funk), Bruno Mars, 2015

Gold Diggers of 1935, Busby Berkley, MGM, 1935

Follow the Fleet, RKO, 1936

Idiots Delight, MGM, 1939

The Seven Little Foys, Paramount, 1955

The King and I, 20th Century Fox, 1956

For Me and My Gal, MGM, 1942

High Society, MGM, 1956

Seven Brides for Seven Brothers, Paramount, 1955

Singin’ In the Rain, MGM, 1952

That’s Entertainment II, MGM, Turner Entertainment 1972

Musicals – Modern

 

Dance Scenes Mashup, Mark Ronson-Uptown Funk ft., Bruno Mars)-WTM, 2014

West Side Story, Robert Wise and Jerome Robbins, Leonard Bernstein, Stephen Sondheim, United Artists, 1961

Mary Poppins, Robert Stevenson, Walt Disney Productions, 1964

My Fair Lady, Alan Jay Lerner and Frederick Loewe, Warner Bros.,  1964

Camelot, Joshua Logan, Warner Bros., 1967

Funny Girl, William Wyler, Julie Styne and Bob Merrill, Columbia Pictures, 1968

Oliver, Carol Reed, Columbia, 1968

Hello Dolly, Gene Kelly and Ernest Lehman, 20th Century Fox, 1969

Cabaret, Bob Fosse, Allied Artists, ABC Pictures, 1972

Saturday Night Fever, John Badham, Paramount Pictures, 1977

Flashdance, Adrian Lyne, Paramount, 1983

Dirty Dancing, Emile Ardolino, Vestron Pictures, 1987

Chicago, Bob Marshall, Ray Fosse, Miramax Films, 2002

Les Misérables, Tom Hooper, Universal Pictures, 2012

La La Land, Gilbert Films, Impostor Pictures, 2016

Beauty and the Beast, Walt Disney Productions and Mandeville Films, 2017

Mystery and Film Noir

 

The Endless Night: A Valentine to Film Noir, rubytuesday717, YouTube, 2011

Double Indemnity, Paramount, 1944

Laura, 20th Century Fox, 1944

The Asphalt Jungle, MGM, 1950

White Heat, Warner Bros., 1949

Chinatown, Paramount, 1974

The Third Man, British Lion Films, 1949

Notorious, RKO Pictures, 1947

Vertigo, Paramount, 1958

Little Caesar, Warner Bros., 1931

The Usual Suspects, Gramercy Pictures, 1995

Strangers on a Train, Warner Bros., 1951

To Have and Have Not, Warner Bros., 1944

 

Romantic Comedies

 

Roxanne, Columbia Pictures, 1987

You’ve Got Mail, Warner Bros., 1998

Four Weddings and a Funeral, Gramercy Pictures, 1994

Lady and the Tramp, Walt Disney Productions, 1955

An Officer and a Gentleman, Paramount Pictures, 1982

Pillow Talk, Michael Gordon, Universal International, 1959

It Happened One Night, Columbia Pictures, 1934

Pretty Woman, Touchstone Pictures, 1990

His Girl Friday, Columbia Pictures, 1940

Roman Holiday, Paramount Pictures, 1953

Woman of the Year, MGM, 1942

Breakfast at Tiffany’s, Paramount Pictures, 1963

Love Actually, Universal Pictures, 2003

Science Fiction

Epic Science Fiction Tribute, YouTube, KopiCz, 2014

The Empire Strikes Back, 20th Century Fox, 1980

E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial, Universal Pictures, Amblin Entertainment, 1982

The Terminator, Orion Pictures, 1984

The Day the Earth Stood Still, 20th Century Fox, 1951

2001: A Space Odyssey, MGM, 1968

Jurassic Park, Animal Compilation, Universal Pictures, 1993

Independence Day, 20th Century Fox, 1996

Gravity, Warner Bros., 2013

Sports

Major League, Paramount Pictures, 1989
Any Given Sunday, Warner Bros., 1999
The Natural, Warner Bros., 1984
Hoosiers, Orion Pictures, 1986
Million Dollar Baby, Malpaso Productions, Warner Bros., 2004
Slap Shot, Universal Pictures, 1977

Tin Cup, Warner Bros., 1996

The Longest Yard, Paramount Pictures, 1974
The Hustler, 20th Century Fox, 1961
A League of Their Own, Columbia Pictures, 1992
Rocky IV, United Artists, 1985

 

Superheroes

The Mask of Zorro, Douglas Fairbanks Pictures Corporation, 1920

Mighty Mouse, Terrytoons, 20th Century Fox, 1942

Superman and the Mole Men, Lippert Pictures, 1951

Batman: The Movie, 20th Century Fox, 1966

Superman, Warner Bros., 2002

Batman, Warner Bros., 1989

X-Men, 20th Century Fox, 2000

Unbreakable, Touchstone Pictures, 2000

Spider-Man, 20th Columbia Pictures, 2002

Hulk, 20th Universal, 2003

The Fantastic Four, 20th Century Fox, 2005

Iron Man, Paramount, 2008

Thor, Paramount, 2011

Guardians of the Galaxy, Walt Disney Studios, 2014

Wonder Woman, Warner Bros., 2017

The Dark Knight, Warner Bros., 2008


War Movies

 

War Movie Tribute, Facebook, Ranger Up Military
Letters from Iwo Jima, Warner Bros., Malpaso, 2006
Sergeant York, Warner Bros., 1942
The Great Escape, United Artists, 1963
Pearl Harbor, Touchstone Pictures, 2001
Gettysburg, Turner Pictures and New Line Cinema, 1993
Hacksaw Ridge, Demarest Films and Argent Pictures, 2016
Patton, 20th Century Fox, 1970
Downfall (Der Untergang), Constantin Film (Germany), 2004
The Sands of Iwo Jima, Republic Pictures. 1949
The Longest Day, 20th Century Fox, 1963
Saving Private Ryan, Amblin Entertainment and Paramount Pictures, 1998
 

Westerns


Western Movie Montage, YouTube
The Great Train Robbery, Lumiere Factory, 1908
The Outlaw Josie Wales, Warner Bros., 1976
Rio Bravo, Howard Hawks, Warner Bros., 1959
The Treasure of Sierra Madre, Warner Bros., 1948
Jeremiah Johnson, Warner Bros., 1972
Hondo, Warner Bros., 1953
Fort Apache, Republic Pictures, 1948
Once Upon A Time In The West, Paramount Pictures, 1968
Son of Paleface, Paramount Pictures, 1953
Git Along Little Dogie, Republic Pictures, 1937
Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, 20th Century Fox, 1969
The Good, The Bad and The Ugly, United Artists, 1966
Open Range, Buena Vista Pictures, 2003

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