All About Eve: A willing and helpful young fan works her way into the life of an aging star.  AA Best Picture, AFI's 100 Best Pictures 1950, 138 minutes. 

Harvey: A family must deal with an alcoholic member that thinks he's haunted by a friendly, six-foot rabbit that only he can see.  1950,  Jimmy Stewart.  105 min.

Sunset Boulevard: Fleeing police, a man takes refuge in the home of a former Hollywood star, now mad. 1950 Nom. for 11 Academy Awards; AFI's 100 Best Films.  110 min.

African Queen: A drinking, cursing boat mechanic teams up with a strait-laced missionary to flee the Germans in colonial Africa, 1951, Katherine Hepburn, Humphrey Bogart.  Best Picture.  AFI's 100 Best Films.  105 minutes

The Quiet Man: A former boxer returns to his childhood Irish home to get away from fights. 1952. Dir: John Ford John Wayne, Maureen O'Hara, Victor McLaughen, AFI's 100 best films.  129 minutes

Singing in the Rain: A silent-film actor with a ditz of a co-star tries to make it in the world of sound movies. 1952

High Noon: The criminals he put in prison are returning on the noon train.  1952, Gary cooper.  AFI's 100 Best Films.  85 minutes

From Here to Eternity: A Pearl Harbor army captain tries to force a man in his unit to box.  1953

Rear Window: Stuck in his apartment with a broken leg, a man watches his neighbors, and one of them may have committed murder. 1954, suspense.  Dir: Alfred Hitchcock; Actors: James Stewart, Grace Kelly.  AFI's 100 Best Films.  115 minutes

On the Waterfront: Tricked into participation in a mob hit, he now finds himself falling for the victim's sister. 1954, Dir: Elia Kazan; Marlon Brando.  Best Picture, Director, Actor, Cinematography, and four other Academy Awards. AFI's 100 Best Films.  108 minutes. 

The Caine Mutiny: Navy officers debate taking over the ship when they fear their captain may be having mental problems.  If they do and they're wrong, they'll hang.  1954, Humphrey Bogart.  Oscar nom.s for Best Picture, Best Actor, Best Supporting Actor,  Best Screenplay  & 3 others.  125 minutes

White Christmas: If he can only get his workaholic partner married, he could have some peace and quiet.  1954, Bing Crosby, Danny Kaye, Rosemary Clooney, Vera Ellen, Dean Jagger, 120 minutes

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American In Paris, An
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Ikiru

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Place In The Sun, A

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Rashomon

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Singing in the Rain

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Streetcar Named Desire, A

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Forbidden Games

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Roman Holiday

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From Here to Eternity

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Shane 

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La Strada

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Brigadoon 

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Seven Brides for Seven Brothers

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Seven Samurai

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Star is Born, A

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Tokyo Story

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Umberto D.

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White Christmas 

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Zulu
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