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Great Movie Scenes

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Click to read a fascinating, short article about why MAD MAX: Fury Road has action that works so much better than action in many movies today. LOVE this movie!

The Editing of Mad Max the Movie

Portrait of William Powell and Carole Lombard in Man of The World directed by Richard Wallace, 1931

Joseph Cotten in The Third Man (1949, dir. Carol Reed)

"...I got better."

18 Glorious Moments From "Monty Python And The Holy Grail"

:Billy Wilders grave

One of the all time great movie posters of one of the all time great films noir.

Dance With Me Tonight [a tribute to Fred & Ginger] - YouTube. This is a bunch of scenes from their films, rather than just one, but it shows off so much that is wonderful - can't resist pinning it!

One of my favorite film kisses. Deborah Kerr plays an English aristocrat trying to smuggle a Hungarian dissident, her former lover, out of the country during the Russian crackdown in 1956. Yul Brynner is the Russian army officer who keeps her and her group from crossing, because he can't stay way from her. Then his favorite horse is wounded, and the group persuades Kerr to go be w/him so he'll let them go. "The Journey." It's also the kiss we never got to see in "The King and I." Sigh.

Yul Brynner and Deborah Kerr in "The Journey" (Kiss Scene)
  • Erin Spiess
    Erin Spiess

    Never had seen this movie until this year on youtube. The romantic chemistry between Yul and Deborah is electric. Fantastic! I' could watch this scene over and over.

  • harlowgold

    Love their scenes together in this!

Love this graphic about Hitchcock films. So many great movies! Click for a zoomable version

An early film by Orson Welles has been rediscovered! AAAHH! My film geek heart is going to explode with excitement Above is a still from it, of a chase scene in Manhattan. It’s called “Too Much Johnson” (oh my!) and it sounds like the world will get to see it in October. WOO HOO!

Love this art nouveau take on a movie poster for Aliens.

A Gallery of Art Nouveau Movie Posters and Such

Fred Astaire sings and dances to Irving Berlin's Top Hat, White Tie and Tails in TOP HAT. A virtuoso performance. The near final moment, when he throws his cane up in jubilation is one of my favorite moments in movies.

Anna Christie starring Greta Garbo.

The Thief of Bagdad Movie Douglas Fairbanks poster. The most expensive movie ever made up to that time. Fairbanks at the height of his powers is a sight to behold.

Young Frankenstein, directed by Mel Brooks. The whole thing is hilarious, and I'm constantly quoting this particular scene.

Rabbit of Seville, directed by Chuck Jones. Hilarious, brilliant, genius.

John Wayne and Montgomery Clift on the soundstage set for RED RIVER, one of the best Westerns, directed by the great Howard Hawks. 1948

I was 19 when I saw this "To Have and Have Not" on the big screen for the first time. The same age Lauren Bacall was when she acted in the film, in this incredible scene. I couldn't believe a woman my age could be so sophisticated, so strong, so smart, and so alluring. The whole film in incredibly fun, but this, of course, is the iconic scene.

From Guys and Dolls: Fugue for Tinhorns. The movie as a whole is a mixed bag (Marlon Brando can't sing for beans), but this song is fantastic! And I love horse racing, so it makes me happy.

Ladykillers - "I don't keep secrets from Mountain..." An underrated, hilarious movie by the Coen Bros.

Casablanca. "How extravagant you are, throwing away women like that..." Louis and Rick talk about why Rick came to Casablanca. One of my favorite films. Once it starts, I can't stop watching it.

Casablanca Misinformed

Jaws - the scene where we first meet Quint. One of the all-time great introductions to a character, in an all-time great film.

Favorite Movie Kisses Gone With The Wind (1939)

My friends at Wyrd Studios, makers of Lovecraft: Fear of the Unknown, have a new documentary coming out soon - Men in Suits. Love this poster!