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Old 15-03-2018, 10:01 PM
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One film which no one has mentioned yet is the 1950's version of A Christmas Carol with Alistair Sims. The B&W really captures the flavour of the story.
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Yup, Harvey is a good one.
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One film which no one has mentioned yet is the 1950's version of A Christmas Carol with Alistair Sims. The B&W really captures the flavour of the story.

Fantastic flick. At the end of the story, when his soul is filled with joy for that young boy after he comes to the realization that his heart can save his life through generosity and a genuine concern for other human beings. Which we all are.
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Schindler's List (if that counts).
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Modern B&W movies count too.
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