Enjoy hours of Hollywood's all-time family masterpieces. This collection is sure to delight viewers of all ages. These 50 movies feature many of Hollywood's most beloved performers such as, Ginger Rogers Kirk Douglas, Jack Benny, Douglas Fairbanks and James Cagney and many more classic stars.
The Admiral was a Lady (1950) B&W Edmond O’Brien
Adventure Island (1947) B&W Roy Calhoun
Against a Crooked Sky (1975) Color Richard Boone
Beyond Tomorrow (1940) B&W Harry Carey
The Big Chance (1933) B&W Mickey Rooney
The Big Trees (1952) Color Kirk Douglas
Bill Cracks Down (1937) B&W Grant Withers
The Borrowers (1973) Color Eddie Albert
Boys of the City (1940) B&W Leo Gorcey
A Bride For Henry (1937) B&W Anne Nagel
Fair Play (1972) Color Paul Ford
A Farewell to Arms (1932) B&W Gary Cooper
Flying Deuces (1939) B&W Laurel & Hardy
Flying Wild (1941) B&W Leo Gorcey
Freckles Comes Home (1942) B&W Johnny Downs
The Gang’s All Here (1941) B&W Frankie Darro
The General (Silent) 1927 B&W Buster Keaton
Goodbye Love (1933) B&W Charlie Ruggles
The Groom Wore Spurs (1951) B&W Ginger Rogers
Gulliver’s Travels (Animated) (1939) Color Sam Parker
Hay Foot (1942) B&W William Tracy
Heading for Heaven (1947) B&W Stuart Erwin
The Hurricane Express (1932) B&W John Wayne
The Inspector General (1949) Color Danny Kaye
The Iron Mask (Silent) (1929) B&W Douglas Fairbanks
Jane Eyre (1934) B&W Virginia Bruce
Kid Dynamite (1943) B&W Leo Gorcey
The Kid (Silent) (1921) B&W Charlie Chaplin
Lay that Rifle Down (1955) B&W Judy Canova
Let’s Get Tough! (1942) B&W Leo Gorcey
The Little Princess (1939) Color Shirley Temple
Lost Honeymoon (1947) B&W Franchot Tone
Lost in the Stratosphere (1934) B&W June Collyer
The Lost World (Silent) (1925) B&W Wallace Beery
The Medicine Man (1930) B&W Jack Benny
Mr. Boggs Steps Out (1938) B&W Stuart Erwin
My Dear Secretary (1949) B&W Kirk Douglas
My Favorite Brunette (1947) B&W Bob Hope
The Nut Farm (1935) B&W Wallace Ford
Oliver Twist (1933) B&W Dickie Moore
Our Town (1940) B&W William Holden
The Racketeer (1929) B&W Carole Lombard
Run to the High Country (1974) Color Erik Larsen
A Star Is Born (1937) Color Janet Gaynor
Swing It, Sailor (1938) B&W Wallace Ford
That’s My Baby (1944) B&W Richard Arlen
The Time of Your Life (1948) B&W James Cagney
Treasure of Fear (1945) B&W Jack Haley
Uncle Joe (1941) B&W Gale Storm
Wacky Taxi (1972) Color John Astin
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