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Old 11th September 2016, 08:01 AM
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some from 1969,this is in no particular order just random.

1. Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid
2. Midnight Cowboy
3. Easy Rider
4. Paint Your Wagon
5. True Grit
6. On Her Majesty's Secret Service
7. The Stewardesses
8. Once Upon a Time in the West
9. Take the Money and Run
10. The Wild Bunch
11. Support Your Local Sheriff!
12. Medium Cool
13. Machine Gun McCain,
14. Sabata,
15. The Assassination Bureau
16. The Bed-Sitting Room
17. Carry On Camping
18. Frankenstein Must Be Destroyed
19. Hannibal Brooks
20. The Italian Job
21. The Magic Christian
22. Mumsy, Nanny, Sonny and Girly
23. The Oblong Box
24. Play Dirty
25. Taste the Blood of Dracula
26. Till Death Us Do Part
27. The Virgin Soldiers
28. Women in Love
29. Battle of Britain
30. Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice
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Old 11th September 2016, 06:47 PM
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A few from 1970,no particular order just random choices.

1. MASH
2. Zabriskie Point
3. Airport
4. Patton
5. Colossus: The Forbin Project
6. And Soon the Darkness
7. The Beast in the Cellar
8. Carry On Up the Jungle
9. Cool It Carol!
10. Cromwell
11. Wuthering Heights
12. The Vampire Lovers
13. Too Late the Hero
14. There's a Girl in My Soup
15. The Railway Children
16. Secrets of Sex
17. Ryan's Daughter
18. Scars of Dracula
19. Performance
20. Scream and Scream Again
21. Ned Kelly
22. The McKenzie Break
23. The Man Who Haunted Himself
24. Loot
25. Let It Be
26. The Horror of Frankenstein
27. The Go-Between
28. Futtock's End
29. Entertaining Mr Sloane
30. Cry of the Banshee
31. Deep End
32. Doctor in Trouble
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1970 - The Man Who Haunted Himself
Roger Moore in creepy thriller about a man being pushed out of his own life by an apparent doppelganger - or is he going barmy? Love it.
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wow what a year eh Gag,your sure gonna have your work cut out choosing one of these,and this is just the tip of the iceberg.

1. 10 Rillington Place
2. A Clockwork Orange
3. The Abominable Dr. Phibes
4. Fright
5. Carry On Henry
6. THX 1138
7. The Andromeda Strain
8. Vanishing Point
9. Escape from the Planet of the Apes
10. Billy Jack
11. Willard
12. The Panic in Needle Park
13. Let's Scare Jessica to Death
14. The Million Dollar Duck
15. Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory
16. Carnal Knowledge
17. The Mephisto Waltz
18. Carry On at Your Convenience
19. Get Carter
20. Creatures the World Forgot
21. Crucible of Terror
22. Dad's Army
23. The Devils
24. Diamonds Are Forever
25. Die Screaming, Marianne
26. Dr. Jekyll and Sister Hyde
27. All the Right Noises
28. And Now for Something Completely Different
29. A Town Called Hell
30. Sunday Bloody Sunday
31. Straw Dogs
32. Sitting Target
33. Psychomania
34. Gumshoe
35. Hands of the Ripper
36. Hannie Caulder
37. I, Monster
38. Percy
39. On the Buses
40. The Nightcomers
41. Lust for a Vampire
42. Macbeth
43. The Magnificent Seven Deadly Sins
44. Assault
45. Black Beauty
46. Blood from the Mummy's Tomb
47. The Blood on Satan's Claw
48. Zeppelin
49. Whoever Slew Auntie Roo?
50. Villain
51. Virgin Witch
52. Walkabout
53. When Eight Bells Toll
54. Up the Chastity Belt
55. To Catch a Spy
56. The French Connection
57. Bedknobs and Broomsticks
58. Fiddler on the Roof
59. Play Misty for Me
60. Dirty Harry
61. Adiós, Sabata
62. The Anderson Tapes,
63. Bananas,
64. The Big Boss
65. Death in Venice
66. Evel Knievel,
67. A Fistful of Dynamite (a.k.a. Duck You Sucker),
68. Gas-s-s-s
69. The Hunting Party,
70. Johnny Got His Gun
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Whether well-known, or relatively unknown, for what it's worth, below are my ranked film lists from 1968 - 2014 (I haven't seen enough films from 2015/2016 to make a good list as yet, although I have included my 2015 list).

If anything notable is missing it's either because I haven't seen it yet (shame on me!) or I want to re-watch it in order to rank it. Some of these lists need a little re-shuffling here and there, but hopefully you'll find a few things you might want to watch if you're inclined to take a look.

- 2015: Ranked
- 2014: Ranked
- 2013: Ranked
- 2012: Ranked
- 2011: Ranked
- 2010: Ranked
- 2009: Ranked
- 2008: Ranked
- 2007: Ranked
- 2006: Ranked
- 2005: Ranked
- 2004: Ranked
- 2003: Ranked
- 2002: Ranked
- 2001: Ranked
- 2000: Ranked
- 1999: Ranked
- 1998: Ranked
- 1997: Ranked
- 1996: Ranked
- 1995: Ranked
- 1994: Ranked
- 1993: Ranked
- 1992: Ranked
- 1991: Ranked
- 1990: Ranked
- 1989: Ranked
- 1988: Ranked
- 1987: Ranked
- 1986: Ranked
- 1985: Ranked
- 1984: Ranked
- 1983: Ranked
- 1982: Ranked
- 1981: Ranked
- 1980: Ranked
- 1979: Ranked
- 1978: Ranked
- 1977: Ranked
- 1976: Ranked
- 1975: Ranked
- 1974: Ranked
- 1973: Ranked
- 1972: Ranked
- 1971: Ranked
- 1970: Ranked
- 1969: Ranked
- 1968: Ranked
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1970 - The Man Who Haunted Himself
Roger Moore in creepy thriller about a man being pushed out of his own life by an apparent doppelganger - or is he going barmy? Love it.
A great little thriller.

The DVD from Network is very good and can be picked up pretty cheaply when they run their regular 'British Collection' sales.

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wow what a year eh Gag,your sure gonna have your work cut out choosing one of these,and this is just the tip of the iceberg.
Very true - '71 is one of my favourite cinematic years too. Whilst I've seen a fair fair films from this year there are plenty more I want to check out too... you can't really go wrong with any year in the '70s though in my opinion.
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Thank you everyone for youre input.
Hopefully ill start this week,
I wont tell you what im going to watch,
You'll find out when i post a small review
And thank you Bizarre_eye for that huge list.
I more than likely try and watch something i havent seen before.
Instead of something ive seen several times.
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I want to play this too as Sci-Fi September has gone by the wayside! I think I'll do a mixture of films I haven't seen and films I've not seen for a long time.

Gag, where did you come up with 68? Is that your birth year perhaps?
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I want to play this too as Sci-Fi September has gone by the wayside! I think I'll do a mixture of films I haven't seen and films I've not seen for a long time.

Gag, where did you come up with 68? Is that your birth year perhaps?
Yes it is.
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Old 12th September 2016, 10:52 AM
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I could play this game and concentrate solely on my year of birth.

In fact films of 1971 might well be this weeks TTT.
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