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1930s Movies

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Last updated: October 22, 2013
First submittedOctober 20, 2013
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Dracula
Leni Riefenstahl's infamous film about the Nazi's Nuremberg Rally.
Triumph of the Will
The very first full-length animated motion picture.
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
Gangster movie, actually about Al Capone. The remake was about a Cuban douche, but they share a physiognomic characteristic.
Scarface
Monster (Boris Karloff) desperately searching for a partner.
Bride of Frankenstein
Alfred Hitchcock introduces the MacGuffin, which means that the (eponymic) secret only motivates the characters' actions but is meaningless itself. So Robert Donat's flirtation with Madeleine Carroll matters more than this secret agency business.
The 39 Steps
John Wayne's breakthrough role in a John Ford western about a post chaise.
Stagecoach
Jean Renoir's film about the principles of love and marriage is regarded as the fourth-best movie of all time by the Sight & Sound magazine.
The Rules of the Game
Charlie is just a little cog in a big wheel.
Modern Times
In the picturization of Erich Maria Remarque's novel, "a young soldier faces profound disillusionment in the soul-destroying horror of World War I." (imdb quote)
All Quiet On The Western Front
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level 36
Oct 21, 2013
Who the hell regards The Rules Of the Game the 4th best movie of all time? It's not even in the IMDB top 100... Or 250..
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level 71
Oct 22, 2013
Critics. I think that Grand Illusion is far better but I'm a sentimentalist. But please don't use the IMDB Top 250 as the measure of anything -- unless you think Taylor Swift is the greatest singer or our times.
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Oct 22, 2013
Sorry, I forgot to include that this ranking was made by the Sight & Sound magazine. Fixed that.