C. Crane’s 30 Year Anniversary- 30 Days of Giveaways, Day 25!

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Today’s Blog Topic is: What is your favorite movie?

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94 Responses to “C. Crane’s 30 Year Anniversary- 30 Days of Giveaways, Day 25!”

  1. Helen Anderson Says:

    The Great Escape is one of several that I watch every time it’s on.

  2. Tom hill Says:

    My favorite movie is Passchendaele.

  3. Phillip Ellis Says:

    Legends of the fall.

  4. Mike Buttry Says:


  5. Kathy Pippig Says:

    Can’t have just one… Braveheart, The Ten Commandments, Ben Hur, The Robe, The Sound of Music, Tombstone, Blade Runner, Logan’s Run, Jeremiah Johnson, Rio Bravo, Romeo and Juliet, Babe, The Last of the Mohicans, Dances With Wolves, Young Frankenstein, Amadeus, To Kill a Mockingbird, The Usual Suspects, Alien, Pirates of the Caribbean, Star Wars, The Wizard of Oz, Back to the Future, The Godfather, Spartacus, El Dorado, Rob Roy, White Christmas, Interview With the Vampire, Homeward Bound, Old Yeller, Schindler’s List, Lord of the Rings.

  6. Gary Kinsman Says:


  7. Adam Says:

    The Christmas Story.

  8. Anna G. Says:

    The Illustrated Man

  9. B Anurag Says:

    You’ve got mail

  10. Sv Obbri Says:

    Bourne Series

  11. colbylake Says:

    The Lord of the Rings Trilogy!


    Message in the Bottle

  13. Steve Thompson Says:

    Forrest Gump

  14. Keith Kemp Says:

    The Incredibles

  15. Richard Lemons Says:

    O Brother Where Art Thou

  16. Fred Says:

    Either “The GodFather” (can’t believe nobody mentioned that one yet) or the “Lord of the Rings” trilogy.

  17. Robin D Says:


  18. George Hogetvedt Says:

    Heartbreak Ridge, I love movies with Clint Eastwood

  19. danrshaw Says:

    Bringing Up Baby (Cary Grant movie)

  20. rian Says:

    Fiddler on the Roof. Saw it when i was 5. Still love it to this day…

  21. brian kortmeyer Says:

    Fiddler on the roof

  22. Dave Westerhold Says:

    It’s A Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World, a classic comedy from my youth. For SciFi it’s Bladerunner.

  23. William Bown Says:


  24. Shilp B Says:

    Shawshank Redemption

  25. Bhakko A. Says:


  26. Soni Anu B Says:

    Where eagles dare

  27. Ben Henwood Says:

    Rear Window… my stop, drop, and watch film!

  28. Mark A. Says:

    2001 A Space Odyssey

  29. Paul W. Eichenberger Says:

    Wow, that’s challenging! Das Boot, Jean de Florette/Manon of the Spring, Eraserhead, Casablanca, Notorious, Monty Python and the Holy Grail, The Seventh Seal, Manhattan…the list goes on!

  30. Craig L. Says:

    My favorite movie is CONTACT

  31. Henry Says:

    Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil

  32. ¾ Blind Says:

    American Graffiti, real rock & roll, cool cars, a light hearted coming of age movie. When I stumble upon AG on TV, even though I’ve seen it a hundred times I still end up watching it or leaving it on in the background.

  33. Ed Says:

    I have two favorite movies, THE MATRIX, (because it is a true metaphor, for real life, in the late 20th, and 21st Centuries), as well as THE BOURNE IDENTITY.

  34. Bill A Says:

    Paint Your Wagon

  35. Besemer Says:

    Dumb & Dumber

  36. J Runyon Says:

    Cool Hand Luke

  37. Pat Says:

    Pay It Forward.

  38. jimrittenhouse Says:

    My mom and granny had impeccable taste in movies, and I saw a lot of foreign and art movies as a kid in the 1960s. Since then, I’ve been a *serious* movie-phile, and catch as many as I can…so I’ve seen a lot of amazing stuff!

    Trying to pick one, that’s *hard*!

    Lawrence of Arabia for sheer epic spectacle. It’s A Mad Mad Mad Mad World for gut-busting comedy. The Shawshank Redemption for drama. Sleepless in Seattle for romantic whatever. West Side Story for musical. The Lord of the Rings for fantasy. The Pianist and Schindler’s List for heart-breaking drama. Saving Private Ryan for war movies.

    Given all of that, I’d say that To Kill A Mockingbird is probably my all time favorite!

  39. paclubout Says:


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