Films You Watched Again and again Over the Years (10 times or more)

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  • the most duke film's i watch over and over is
    the big trail
    riders of destiny
    tall in the saddle
    hondo
    el dorado.


    the other films i watch over and over is,
    12 angry men
    stalag 17
    rear window
    mr smith goes to washington

  • rio bravo
    true grit
    rooster cogburn
    angel and the badman
    the ghost and mrs muir
    my fair lady
    gi blues a few times when i was young
    back to the future
    can t think of any more i ve watched more than 10 times

    "Sorry don t get it done, Dude" (Rio Bravo)


    Hooked on The Duke

  • Too many to list but heres a sample:

    Dirty harry, The Cowboys, Rio Grande, The Outlaw Josey Wales, A Time To Love and A Time To Die, The Big Red One, The Enemy Below-the-well you get the idea ;-))

    Es Ist Verboten Mit Gefangenen In Einzelhaft Zu Sprechen..

  • The Searchers (of course)
    She Wore A Yellow Ribbon
    Rio Grande
    Fort Apache
    Big Jake
    1st 3 Indiana Jones movies
    Sgt. York
    Yankee Doodle Dandy
    The Quiet Man
    Donovan's Reef
    McLintock
    most all JW movies...


    BUT...


    I MUST watch the Christmas Classic "A Christmas Story," with little Ralphie, his Red Ryder BB gun, with the "gen-u-wine compass in the stock," and this "thing" which tells time!


    This movie is one of the best of all time! It's not JW of course, but it's not supposed to be!

  • Just to cover a few other favorite actors:

    The Wild Bunch, Escape From Fort Bravo, Alverez Kelly

    Battle of the Bulge, Winchester 73, Twelve O'Clock High,

    Dunkirk, The Colditz Story, The Password Is Courage, Battle of Britain,

    Titanic (1953) not that late 90s made garbage) A Night To Remember,

    300 Spartans, The Seventh Voyage Of Sinbad, Earth vs the Flying Saucers, It Came From Beneath the Sea,

    The Hunters, Jet Pilot, The Flying Tigers, Then Flying Leathernecks,

    The Adventures of Robin Hodd, They Died With Their Boots On, Charge Of the Light Brigade, Objective Burma, Desperate Journey, Hannible Brooks, The Three Musketeers,

    The Naked Jungle, Arrowhead, Major Dundee, The Mountain Men, Planet of the Apes, Ben Hur, The Buccaneer, El Cid, The Ten Commandments, Spartacus, The Villain, Gunfight At the OK Corral, From Here To Eternity, Judgement At Nuremburg, We Were Soldaten, The Enforcer, Invasion USA, and soon to be the original Invasion USA which had three great ladies two of which were the original Lois Lanes, and Peggy Castle.

    Es Ist Verboten Mit Gefangenen In Einzelhaft Zu Sprechen..

  • a few other films i watched over 10 times are
    they died with their boots on,Objective Burma,rocky mountain,captain blood,dodge city,
    gunfight at the ok corral,last train from gunhill,silver load,santa fe passage,man of the west,the hanging tree,the last of the mohicans(1936)the tall t,ride lonesome,comanche station,seventh cavalry,ride the high country,fort massacre,colorado territory,
    so much to put down.

  • Hondo this morning. Next to be on the list are two Fess Parker classics: King of the Wild Frontier and The Riverboat Pirates.

    Es Ist Verboten Mit Gefangenen In Einzelhaft Zu Sprechen..

  • Not counting Duke films, here's a few:
    The Verdict;
    Midnight Run
    Bandelero
    Dave
    The Rookie (Eastwood)
    Hard Times
    The Rare Breed
    Where Eagles Dare
    Halloween (Carpenter's)
    Halloween II (Carpenter's)
    all the old Univeresal horror films
    High Noon
    The Die Hard series
    any/all James Bonds
    The Hill
    Great Escape
    Magnificent 7
    Bullitt
    Dirty Harry series
    Rocky series
    Rambo series
    and on and on

  • I'm not a filmfan in the true sense of the word so my list is short.........

    "True Grit" is the only film I've never grown tired of watching. over these past 40 years and by now, I've memorized just about every line of dialogue ............and that's no horse crap. :horse: :no:

  • In Harms Way
    Steel Magnolias
    7 brides for 7 brothers
    Chitty Chitty Bang Bang
    On Golden Pond
    The Shinning
    The Ten Commandments (Charlton Heston)
    The Goonies
    Operation Petticoat
    The Sound of Music
    Beauty and the Beast (Disney cartoon movie)
    African Queen
    Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer (even thought technically I don't think it counts as a movie per se) LOL!
    Wyatt Earp (sp)


    And many more I'm sure....

    "I won't be wronged, I won't be insulted, and I won't be laid a hand on."

  • In Harms Way
    Camelot
    Isadora
    Rachel Rachel
    The Subject Was Roses
    Butch Cassidy & The Sundance Kid
    True Grit
    Godfather 1&2
    Mr & Mrs Bridge
    Philadelphia
    Forest Gump
    Nobody's Fool
    Gods & Monsters
    Evening
    Junebug

    [SIGPIC][/SIGPIC]

  • Nobody's Perfect-I forgot that one-GREAT Paul Newman film and nice character(s) study. Catch it every chance I can-

    Edited once, last by alamo221 ().

  • Some titles that come to my mind, that I seem to never tire of watching . . . (these are the non-JW titles) -


    Return to Me
    While You Were Sleeping
    Beauty and the Beast (Disney)
    Mulan
    The Parent Trap (both)
    Everafter
    Space Cowboys
    1776
    The Ultimate Gift
    Veggie Tales
    The Bachelor & the Bobby Soxer
    North by Northwest
    An Affair to Remember
    People Will Talk
    Shop Around the Corner
    The Adventures of Robin Hood (w/ Errol Flynn)
    The Prince & the Pauper (also w/ Errol Flynn)


    Mrs. C :angel1:

  • another few film's i watched over 10 times all non duke


    broken arrow,jimmy stewart
    the naked spur
    the man from laramie
    bend of the river
    ride the high country
    the tall t
    ride lonesome
    comanche station
    last of the mohicans,randy scott
    a lawless street


    and non western's are


    a christmas carol(each version)
    the sea hawk
    captain blood
    the adventures of robin hood
    north by northwest
    the birds
    rear window
    rope
    gentleman jim
    the flame and the arrow

  • some but not all. not counting JW movies.
    12 Angry Men
    The Magnificent Seven
    Inherit the Wind
    Its A Mad Mad etc World
    The Sand Pebbles
    West Side Story
    Bringing up Baby
    Arsenic and Old Lace
    Gunga Din
    I Was a Male War Bride ( I see a trend here.)
    Goldfinger " No Mr. Bond I expect you to die."

    ''baby sister i was born game and intend to go out that way.''

  • For me you can add to the list, most of the 12 new Warner Ganster Classics i just got in which include: Jamed Cagney in: Whitya Heat (Look Ma...Im on top of the world) Each Dawn I Die, The Roaring Twenties-which also has Bogie) San Quentin, Bullets Or Ballots, G-Men, and many more. Now all I need is Vol 4 of the series and ill have the complete boxed sets.

    Es Ist Verboten Mit Gefangenen In Einzelhaft Zu Sprechen..

  • The Way We Were
    The Three Faces of Eve
    On The Water Front
    True Grit
    Christmas In Conneticuit
    Rachel Rachel
    Exodus
    Sarendipity
    Butch Cassidy & The Sundance Kid
    Cars
    The Quiet Man
    Mr & Mrs Bridge
    Guess Who's Coming To Dinner
    Anastasia [1956 version}