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What are your top five?

Gold Diggers of 1933
3 (3.7%)
Duck Soup
16 (19.5%)
King Kong
17 (20.7%)
Peg o' My Heart
0 (0%)
Heroes for Sale
0 (0%)
Queen Christina
1 (1.2%)
The Testament of Dr. Mabuse
4 (4.9%)
Going Hollywood
0 (0%)
Counsellor at Law
1 (1.2%)
Liebelei
1 (1.2%)
Sons of the Desert
0 (0%)
The Invisible Man
4 (4.9%)
Fast Workers
0 (0%)
Three Little Pigs
1 (1.2%)
Dinner at Eight
0 (0%)
42nd Street
9 (11%)
Design for Living
0 (0%)
Perfect Understanding
0 (0%)
Footlight Parade
1 (1.2%)
Land Without Bread
2 (2.4%)
Passing Fancy
0 (0%)
Zéro de conduite
2 (2.4%)
Lady for a Day
0 (0%)
The Story of Temple Drake
1 (1.2%)
Bombshell
0 (0%)
Little Women
1 (1.2%)
Tillie and Gus
0 (0%)
Employees' Entrance
0 (0%)
Baby Face
0 (0%)
The Private Life of Henry VIII
2 (2.4%)
Man's Castle
3 (3.7%)
Wild Boys of the Road
4 (4.9%)
Only Yesterday
0 (0%)
Secrets
0 (0%)
The Patriots
0 (0%)
Broadway Through a Keyhole
0 (0%)
The Working Man
0 (0%)
Blood Money
0 (0%)
Pilgrimage
0 (0%)
The Bitter Tea of General Yen
0 (0%)
State Fair
0 (0%)
Eskimo
0 (0%)
The Eagle and the Hawk
0 (0%)
Japanese Girls at the Harbor
3 (3.7%)
Penthouse
0 (0%)
Hallelujah I'm a Bum
1 (1.2%)
Lady Killer
1 (1.2%)
Roman Scandals
0 (0%)
I'm No Angel
2 (2.4%)
The Power and the Glory
0 (0%)
Doctor Bull
0 (0%)
The Kennel Murder Case
0 (0%)
The Mayor of Hell
2 (2.4%)
Sweepings
0 (0%)
Ecstasy
0 (0%)
She Done Him Wrong
0 (0%)
Female
0 (0%)
Morning Glory
0 (0%)
Cavalcade
0 (0%)
The Emperor Jones
0 (0%)
International House
0 (0%)
The Stranger's Return
0 (0%)
Zoo in Budapest
0 (0%)

Total Members Voted: 26

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Re: Best Films of 1933
« Reply #20 on: August 13, 2010, 12:56:42 PM »
1. Duck Soup
2. Japanese Girls at the Harbor
3. Hallelujah, I'm a Bum
4. 42nd Street
5. King Kong
6. Baby Face
7. Footlight Parade
8. Passing Fancy
9. Golddiggers of 1933
10. The Invisible Man
11. Zéro de conduite
12. Queen Christina
13. Sons of the Desert
14. The Private Life of Henry VIII
15. Little Women
16. Mystery of the Wax Museum
17. Flying Down to Rio
18. Penthouse
19. Topaze
20. She Done Him Wrong
21. Stingaree
22. Bombshell
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Re: Best Films of 1933
« Reply #21 on: August 13, 2010, 05:36:26 PM »
Still need to see more Shimizu. Mr. Thank You and Ornamental Hairpin are essential!

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Re: Best Films of 1933
« Reply #22 on: August 13, 2010, 07:09:26 PM »
Working my way through the set.
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Re: Best Films of 1933
« Reply #23 on: December 18, 2010, 11:47:31 AM »
1. Duck Soup
2. Liebelei
3. 42nd Street
4. Gold Diggers of 1933
5. Testament of Dr. Mabuse

Honorable: Night on Bald Mountain, Zero for Conduct, Japanese Girls at the Harbor, Footlight Parade
Good: Baby Face, The Private Life of Henry VIII, Design for Living
Okay: Passing Fancy, King Kong, Las Hurdes, Busy Bodies
Meh: The Invisible Man, Sons of the Desert, Lot in Sodom, Okraina
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Re: Best Films of 1933
« Reply #24 on: December 18, 2010, 01:27:22 PM »
King Kong    
The Invisible Man
Dinner at Eight
Baby Face
Wild Boys of the Road    


Heroes for Sale    
The Story of Temple Drake    
The Private Life of Henry VIII    
Lady Killer
The Mayor of Hell
Mystery of the Wax Museum
She Done Him Wrong


Hallelujah I'm a Bum    
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Re: Best Films of 1933
« Reply #25 on: March 14, 2012, 11:43:02 PM »
Duck Soup
King Kong
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Re: Best Films of 1933
« Reply #26 on: April 28, 2015, 09:05:46 AM »
Out of 7 films. Top shames are The Testament of Dr. Mabuse and Land Without Bread. Most mainstream I haven't seen is The Invisible Man.

1.   King Kong

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Re: Best Films of 1933
« Reply #27 on: April 28, 2015, 10:56:05 AM »
1. Duck Soup
2. Liebelei
3. 42nd Street
4. Gold Diggers of 1933
5. Testament of Dr. Mabuse

Honorable: Night on Bald Mountain, Zero for Conduct, Japanese Girls at the Harbor, Footlight Parade
Good: Baby Face, The Private Life of Henry VIII, Design for Living
Okay: Passing Fancy, King Kong, Las Hurdes, Busy Bodies
Meh: The Invisible Man, Sons of the Desert, Lot in Sodom, Okraina

1. Liebelei
2. Gold Diggers of 1933
3. The Testament of Dr. Mabuse
4. 42nd Street
5. Zero for Conduct

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Biggest shame: She Done Him Wrong
Most popular unseen: Dinner at Eight (started watching it like 10 years ago and got bored)
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Re: Best Films of 1933
« Reply #28 on: October 12, 2016, 03:35:57 PM »
1. The Testament of Dr. Mabuse
2. Man's Castle
3. Three Little Pigs
4. King Kong
5. Zero for Conduct (Zero de conduite)
6. 42 Street
7. Passing Fancy
8. Lullaby Land
9. The Invisible Man
10. Duck Soup
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Re: Best Films of 1933
« Reply #29 on: October 13, 2016, 04:55:41 AM »
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