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Jun072012

Vintage Obsession // 60's movies

As I've been vivaciously sewing lately (evidenced by the abundance of quilt posts), I can't stop watching great 60s movies. My parents raised me on a good old-fashioned movie, and they still prefer these to anything else. And I'm beginning to agree with them! I love the sets (of course!), the "simpler" times, and the feeling of being able to travel back in time through these movies. 

Most of these are on Netflix Streaming, but a few I had to find elsewhere. 

Definitely one of my favorite movies. I remember watching this as a child and loving it then too! Suspense, romance, deception, murder,  add up to a a wonderful movie! 

The perfect mystery/comedy/romance movie, complete with more Audrey Hepburn!

Super silly movie, but it's fun to see how much comedy has changed within movies. This one got a few laughs, and I enjoyed it. But you have to be in the mood for silly slapstick comedy. 

This can go down as my all-time favorite movie. Loved it growing up, love it even more now! If you haven't seen it you must! Alfred Hitchcock at his finest! 

Do you have any great 50s/60s movies to recommend? I'd love to hear them! 

 

 

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    joyofallcrafts - home - Vintage Obsession // 60's movies
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    Response: 2bd
    Watching movies is my favorite hobby. But I like to watch old movies with my parents. These took me to that time when things are easy and people are simple. I am fascinated to see simple dresses of heroines. A strong script and dialogues made these movies unforgettable. I recommend you ...
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    Not many teenagers or young adults watch old movies these days. They tend to lean towards newer, more adventurous films. It is these old films which are classier. Also, their set and get up gives you the feeling of being there.

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It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World with Spencer Tracy is funny, The Apartment with Jack Lemmon &, Shirley MacLaine,; Some Like It Hot with Marilyn Monroe, Tony Curtis and Jack Lemmon. I could go on & on LOL

June 8, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterMary

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