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King Kong   (1933)

  |    |    |    |    |  100 Minutes

Barry Lyndon   (1975)

  |    |    |    |  185 Minutes

The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers   (2002)

  |    |    |    |    |  179 Minutes

The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King   (2003) oscar-icon

  |    |    |    |    |  201 Minutes

The Godfather   (1972) oscar-icon

  |    |    |    |    |  175 Minutes

Stalker   (1979)

  |    |    |  ,   |    |  162 Minutes

Citizen Kane   (1941)

  |    |    |    |    |  119 Minutes
Directed by | Orson Welles | Cinematography by | Gregg Toland | Editing by | Robert Wise

Don Quixote   (1973)

  |    |  Color  |  111 Minutes

Going My Way   (1944) oscar-icon

  |    |    |    |  126 Minutes
Directed by | Leo McCarey | Cinematography by | Lionel Lindon, John F. Seitz | Editing by | LeRoy Stone

On the Waterfront   (1954) oscar-icon

  |    |    |  , ,   |  108 Minutes
Directed by | Elia Kazan | Cinematography by | Boris Kaufman | Editing by | Gene Milford

I Call First   (1967)

  |    |    |  90 Minutes

Dr. No   (1962)

  |    |    |  ,   |  110 Minutes
Directed by | Terence Young | Cinematography by | Ted Moore | Editing by | Peter R. Hunt

I Love Lucy   (1951)

  |    |    |  30 Minutes

Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb   (1964)

  |    |    |  95 Minutes
Directed by | Stanley Kubrick | Cinematography by | Gilbert Taylor | Editing by | Anthony Harvey

Rio Bravo   (1959)

  |    |    |  141 Minutes
Directed by | Howard Hawks | Cinematography by | Russell Harlan | Editing by | Folmar Blangsted

From Here to Eternity   (1953) oscar-icon

  |    |    |    |    |  118 Minutes
Directed by | Fred Zinnemann | Cinematography by | Burnett Guffey, Floyd Crosby | Editing by | William A. Lyon
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The Apartment   (1960) oscar-icon

  |    |    |    |    |  125 Minutes
Directed by | Billy Wilder | Cinematography by | Joseph LaShelle | Editing by | Daniel Mandell
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High Noon   (1952)

  |    |    |  85 Minutes
Directed by | Fred Zinnemann | Cinematography by | Floyd Crosby | Editing by | Elmo Williams
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A Double Life   (1947)

  |    |    |  104 Minutes
Directed by | George Cukor | Cinematography by | Milton R. Krasner | Editing by | Robert Parrish

Casablanca   (1942) oscar-icon

  |    |    |  ,   |  102 Minutes
Directed by | Michael Curtiz | Cinematography by | Arthur Edeson | Editing by | Owen Marks