“Precious Images” Shot List

This is my attempt to catalog every shot from Chuck Workman’s “Precious Images”. I’ve been able to identify most of them, but if you know any of the ones that stumped me (or notice that I got one wrong), please let me know.

  1. Citizen Kane (1941) – The snowglobe
  2. Casablanca (1942) – Ingrid Bergman saying “Sing it, Sam.” (note the absence of the words “Play” and “again”)
  3. Casablanca – Dooley Wilson singing “As Time Goes By”
  4. The African Queen (1951) – Humphrey Bogart holds Katharine Hepburn close
  5. The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse (1921) – Rudolph Valentino leans in to kiss ????
  6. A Streetcar Named Desire (1951) – Marlon Brando embraces Kim Hunter, aka STELLAAAAAA
  7. Lady and the Tramp (1955) – Lady & Tramp sharing spaghetti
  8. The Way We Were (1973) – Robert Redford getting his hair parted by Barbra Streisand [At this point “As Time Goes By” becomes the Streisand cover from “What’s Up, Doc?”]
  9. The Way We Were – Barbra Streisand parting Robert Redford’s hair.
  10. The Fountainhead (1949) – Patricia Neal & Gary Cooper kiss
  11. The Last Picture Show (1971) –Cybill Shepherd & Jeff Bridges kiss
  12. To Catch a Thief (1955) – Grace Kelly & Cary Grant almost kiss
  13. The Lady Eve (1941) – Henry Fonda & Barbara Stanwyck embrace on a chaise.
  14. What’s Up Doc? (1972) – Barbra Streisand singing “As Time Goes By” as Ryan O’Neal plays piano.
  15. East of Eden (1955) – Julie Harris & James Dean lean in to kiss.
  16. Now, Voyager (1942) – Paul Henried lights offers one of the two lit cigarettes in his mouth.
  17. The Petrified Forest (1936) – Bette Davis & Leslie Howard do some canoodling. [1986 version only]
  18. Wuthering Heights (1939) – Laurence Olivier & Merle Oberon run to each other.
  19. A Day at the Races (1937) –If Groucho Marx held Esther Muir any closer he’d be in back of her.
  20. Reds (1981) – Diane Keaton & Warren Beatty look at each other.
  21. The Great Muppet Caper (1981) – Miss Piggy & Charles Grodin look at each other with some intense sexual tension.
  22. Where’s Poppa? (1970)– George Segal (in Gorilla Suit) sitting on a bed with Ruth Gordon, laughing.
  23. Marty (1955) – Ernest Borgnine awkwardly holds Betsy Blair (1996: Followed by Nicolas Cage & Cher kissing in “Moonstruck” (1987))
  24. The Birth of a Nation (1915) – Mae Marsh falls into Henry B. Walthall’s arms.
  25. It’s a Wonderful Life (1946) – James Stewart embracing his kids
  26. On Golden Pond (1981) – Katharine Hepburn & Henry Fonda on a canoe in the titular pond (1996: Replaced with Tom Hanks in “Philadelphia” (1993))
  27. Goodbye Mr. Chips (1939) – Greer Garson telling Robert Donat, “Goodbye, Mr. Chips.” (take a shot)
  28. Casablanca –Close-up of Humphrey Bogart
  29. Stagecoach (1939) – Zoom in on John Wayne [Beginning the “1812 Overture” from “A Clockwork Orange” section]
  30. Blazing Saddles (1974) – Zoom out on Cleavon Little
  31. Fort Apache (1948) – The Cavalry rides
  32. Cimarron (1960)– Horses and wagons ride
  33. Planet of the Apes (1968) – Apes on horseback
  34. They Died with Their Boots On (1941) – Errol Flynn IS General Custer
  35. ??? – A caravan of horses in single file (Black and white, any guesses?)
  36. Once Upon a Time in the West (1968)– A wagon travels towards Monument Valley
  37. Red River (1948) – John Wayne approaches the camera
  38. Jeremiah Johnson (1972) – Robert Redford walks across a snowy field
  39. All the President’s Men (1976) – Robert Redford & Dustin Hoffman walk through the Washington Post.
  40. McCabe and Mrs. Miller (1971) – Julie Christie walks up to Warren Beatty.
  41. Airport (1970) – Helen Hayes walks through the airport.
  42. The Maltese Falcon (1941) – Humphrey Bogart and Elisha Cook Jr. walk through a hallway.
  43. The Bridge on the River Kwai (1957) – Alec Guinness leads his troop
  44. The Right Stuff (1983) – The Mercury Astronauts iconically walk towards the camera.
  45. Rambo: First Blood Part II (1985) – Sylvester Stallone rises out of the water
  46. Babes in Arms (1939) – Judy Garland & Mickey Rooney beckon a crowd to join them
  47. Ben-Hur (1925) – Francis X. Bushman in the chariot race
  48. Ben-Hur (1959) –Horses in the chariot race
  49. Ben-Hur – Charlton Heston gets whipped
  50. Ben-Hur – Messala spikes Ben-Hur’s chariot
  51. Ben-Hur – The chariot breaks
  52. Ben-Hur – Stephen Boyd flies off his chariot
  53. Rio Bravo (1959) – Ricky Nelson and John Wayne fire shots
  54. The Wild Bunch (1969) – A bridge gives out beneath some bandits.
  55. ????- Will Rogers twirls a lasso as a kid looks on (1996: Replaced by Kevin Costner on horseback in “Dances with Wolves” (1990))
  56. Ride the High Country (1962) – Randolph Scott and Joel McCrea walk in unison.
  57. Midnight Cowboy (1969) – Jon Voight walking through a crowded street
  58. Gloria (1980)– Gena Rowlands fires a gun
  59. Apocalypse Now (1979)– Helicopters flying over the waves
  60. Wings (1927) – Richard Arlen pilots a plane
  61. Missing in Action 2: The Beginning (1985) – Chuck Norris jumps towards the camera
  62. Conan the Barbarian (1982) – Arnold Schwarzenegger shows off his sword (1996: Replaced with Schwarzenegger riding a motorcycle in “Terminator 2: Judgment Day” (1991))
  63. Tarzan, the Ape Man (1932)– Johnny Weismuller gives the Tarzan yell as Maureen O’Sullivan and Chimp look on.
  64. The Adventures of Robin Hood (1938)– Errol Flynn swings from a vine
  65. The Mark of Zorro (1920) – Douglas Fairbanks swings from a rope
  66. The Mark of Zorro – Fairbanks grabs a guy’s sword.
  67. ???? – Pirates swinging on ropes
  68. Captain Blood (1935) – Errol Flynn swings from one ship to another
  69. Shaft (1971)– Richard Roundtree swings on a rope and breaks through a window
  70. Enter the Dragon (1973) – Bruce Lee shows off his nunchuck skills
  71. Fritz the Cat (1972) – Pig Cop shoots a gun.
  72. First Blood (1982) – Sylvester Stallone fires a flamethrower (1996: Replaced with Geena Davis & Susan Sarandon in “Thelma & Louise” (1991))
  73. Bonnie and Clyde (1967)– Faye Dunaway gunned down in a car.
  74. Bonnie and Clyde – Warren Beatty gunned down on the ground.
  75. The Roaring Twenties (1939) – James Cagney is shot on the steps of a church.
  76. Little Caesar (1931)– Edward G. Robinson is shot next to a crate, thus solidifying the end of Rico.
  77. Adam’s Rib (1949) – Spencer Tracy slaps Katharine Hepburn’s backside
  78. Boys Town (1938) – Spencer Tracy smacks a cigarette out of Mickey Rooney’s mouth.
  79. Nothing Sacred (1937)– Carole Lombard slaps Fredric March (oddly, this scene is in black and white, although the movie was in color).
  80. Pal Joey (1957) – Rita Hayworth slaps Frank Sinatra (and then they were in a movie together. Thank you!)
  81. The Public Enemy (1931) – James Cagney smashes a grapefruit into Mae Clarke’s face.
  82. The Quiet Man (1952) – John Wayne throws Maureen O’Hara on bed
  83. The Philadelphia Story (1940) – Cary Grant pushes Katharine Hepburn to the ground.
  84. The Spoilers (1942) – John Wayne punches camera
  85. Dinner at Eight (1933) – Jean Harlow punches Madge Evans
  86. Rocky IV (1985) – Rocky Balboa and Ivan Drago touch gloves
  87. Rocky IV – Sylvester Stallone and Dolph Lundgren face off
  88. Rocky (1976) – Sylvester Stallone calls out for “ADRIAAAAAAN”
  89. Lolita (1962) – Peter Sellers shows off his boxing moves
  90. The Bells of St. Mary’s (1945) – Ingrid Bergman practices boxing with a kid
  91. The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (1974) – Leatherface running with chainsaw in hand. 
  92. Captain Blood – Errol Flynn close-up (1996: Replaced with Tom Hanks shooting silly string in “Big” (1988))
  93. Don Juan (1926) – John Barrymore fences towards the camera (1996: Replaced with Jared Rushton’s unamused reaction in “Big”)
  94. Scaramouche (1952) – Stewart Granger cuts down a shrub during a swordfight with Mel Ferrer
  95. Rebel without a Cause (1955) – James Dean in a knifefight with Corey Allen
  96. Becket (1964) – Knight brings down his sword
  97. Chinatown (1974) – Roman Polanski presents a switchblade
  98. Death Wish (1974) – Charles Bronson
  99. The Terminator (1984) – Arnold Schwarzenegger in the back of a police car (1996: Replaced with Clint Eastwood in “Unforgiven” (1992))
  100. Dirty Harry (1971) – Clint Eastwood fires a gun (which doesn’t really narrow it down)
  101. Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981) – Harrison Ford escapes a giant boulder
  102. Shane (1953) –Alan Ladd fires off a few shots
  103. Dog Day Afternoon (1975) – Al Pacino reveals his firearm (though he doesn’t make anyone say hello to it)
  104. The Magnificent Seven (1960) – Steve McQueen sneaks around with a gun.
  105. True Grit (1969) – John Wayne twirls his rifle on horseback
  106. The Dirty Dozen (1967) – Jim Brown makes a run for it. He’s at the 30…the 20…he could go all the way!
  107. Octopussy (1983) – A jet plane flies into a hanger
  108. Octopussy – the plane flies through the hanger
  109. Octopussy – the cockpit POV
  110. Octopussy – Close-up of Roger Moore flying the plane
  111. The French Connection (1971) – Close-up of Gene Hackman’s t-zone (1996: Replaced with Zapruder look-a-like footage from “JFK” (1991))
  112. The French Connection – Female pedestrian screams (1996: Replaced with more Zapruder footage from “JFK”)
  113. The French Connection – Hackman makes a quick turn (1996: Reverts back to French Connection)
  114. The French Connection – POV of the car
  115. The French Connection – The car misses the pedestrian and hits some trash.
  116. Bullitt (1968) – Bullitt’s car careens uphill
  117. Bullitt – Bullitt’s car makes a sharp right
  118. Smokey and the Bandit (1977) – The Bandit’s car jumps off a ramp.
  119. The Last American Hero (1973) – A race car crashes
  120. Koyaanisqatsi (1982) – Time lapse of traffic on multiple city streets
  121. The Sound of Music (1965) – Julie Andrews spins majestically on a hilltop.  [The start of the “Singin’ in the Rain” section]
  122. Singin’ in the Rain (1952) – Gene Kelly twirls with his umbrella
  123. The Music Man (1962) – Robert Preston leads a band with at least 70 trombones, maybe more.
  124. Amadeus (1984) – Tom Hulce conducts an orchestra in a sold out theater.
  125. Gigi (1958) – Maurice Chevalier smiles at the camera
  126. Love Me Tonight (1932) – A younger Maurice Chevalier smiles at the camera
  127. Whoopee! (1930) – Eddie Cantor singing
  128. The Toast of New Orleans (1950) – Kathryn Grayson looks as Mario Lanza either sings or yawns.
  129. Lili (1953) – Leslie Caron duets with a puppet
  130. Show Boat (1951)- The show boat arrives. 
  131. Funny Girl (1968) – Barbra Streisand belts on the bow of a tugboat.
  132. Cabaret (1972) – Liza Minnelli finishes her big number
  133. Woodstock (1970) – Split-screen of hippies and rock stars
  134. The Big Chill (1983)– Kevin Kline and Glenn Close dance as William Hurt looks on.
  135. An American in Paris (1951) – Gene Kelly points at a child.
  136. Cabin in the Sky (1943) – Ethel Waters sings, Eddie Anderson plays guitar, Bill Bailey just stands there.
  137. For Me and My Gal (1942) – Gene Kelly & Judy Garland walk arm in arm
  138. Shall We Dance (1937) – Fred Astaire sings at Ginger Rogers
  139. Top Hat (1935) – Astaire & Rogers cut a rug
  140. Swing Time (1936) – Fred & Ginger kick up their feet
  141. Easter Parade (1948) – Judy Garland & Fred Astaire are a couple of swells
  142. Destry Rides Again (1939) – Marlene Dietrich strolls atop the bar
  143. The King and I (1956) – Yul Brynner & Deborah Kerr answer the question Shall We Dance?
  144. The Blues Brothers (1980) – Dan Aykroyd & John Belushi shake a tailfeather as Ray Charles plays keyboard.
  145. ???? – Dresses flying off of chorus girls
  146. Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm (1938) – Shirley Temple & Bill Robinson dressed as soldiers dancing up the stairs (which is in the novel, I believe)
  147. Bright Eyes (1934) – Shirley Temple sings down an aisle
  148. Swing Time – Astaire & Rogers do some twirling
  149. All That Jazz (1979) – Roy Scheider slides across the floor
  150. The Merry Widow (1934) – a large group of ballroom dancers
  151. The Merry Widow – Same group, different angle
  152. The Merry Widow – Yet another angle of the group
  153. Mary Poppins (1964) – Julie Andrews flies over Cherry Tree Lane
  154. Easter Parade – Fred Astaire catches a cane in slow motion
  155. The Cotton Club (1984) – Richard Gere dances with Diane Lane
  156. Fame (1980) – The kids dance in the street
  157. Fame – Kids dancing on a car, which I’m sure went over well
  158. Annie (1982) – Albert Finney & Aileen Quinn tap dance
  159. My Fair Lady (1964) – A crowd of exquisitely dressed socialites attend the Ascot Opening Race
  160. Hair (1969) – A crowd clapping unison
  161. Hair – Two men flip over a woman (hopefully with consent)
  162. Flashdance (1983) – Jennifer Beals dances on the edge of a chair
  163. Anchors Aweigh (1945) – Gene Kelly dances with Jerry the Mouse
  164. The Barkleys of Broadway (1949) – Fred Astaire dances with animated shoes
  165. Royal Wedding (1951) –Fred Astaire dances on the ceiling
  166. The Band Wagon (1953) – Fred Astaire & Cyd Charisse dance in the dark
  167. The Turning Point (1977) – Mikhail Baryshnikov & Leslie Browne perform ballet
  168. Gold Diggers of 1935 (1935) [maybe?] – Two chorus girls holding fans
  169. The Treasure of the Sierra Madre (1948) – Walter Huston does a jig
  170. The Gold Rush (1925) – Charlie Chaplin performs the roll dance.
  171. Saturday Night Fever (1977) – John Travolta walks down the lane
  172. Grease (1978) – Olivia Newton John dances across campus
  173. Meet Me in St. Louis (1944) – Margaret O’Brien & Judy Garland perform a duet
  174. The Broadway Melody (1929) – A chorus girl performs a tap solo
  175. Good News (1947) – June Allyson, Peter Lawford, and a bunch of dancers do the Varsity Drag
  176. An American in Paris – Lesie Caron & Gene Kelly stroll together
  177. Fiddler on the Roof (1971) – Topol dances
  178. Seven Brides for Seven Brothers (1954)– The Brides and Brothers dance together
  179. West Side Story (1961) – The Jets dance on their home turf
  180. Gold Diggers of 1935 – A row of women falling into men’s arms
  181. Jailhouse Rock (1957) – Elvis is all shook up
  182. Rose-Marie (1936) – Jeanette MacDonald sings at Nelson Eddy, who is dressed like a mountie.
  183. Annie Get Your Gun (1950) – Betty Hutton, Howard Keel, Louis Calhern, and Keenan Wynn reiterate that there’s no business like show business.
  184. A Day at the Races – Groucho Marx dances with Esther Muir
  185. My Darling Clementine (1946) – Henry Fonda dances with Cathy Downs
  186. Yankee Doodle Dandy (1942) – James Cagney hoofs it
  187. The Broadway Melody – The cast performs “Singin’ in the Rain” in the rain
  188. Footlight Parade (1932) – A Busby Berkeley formation in a pool
  189. Million Dollar Mermaid (1952) – Esther Williams descends into the water
  190. Jaws (1975) – Susan Blacklinie’s silhouette from under the water
  191. Jaws – Blacklinie gets jerked below the surface [This begins the “Theme from Psycho” section]
  192. Psycho (1960) – Mrs. Bates opens the shower curtain
  193. Psycho – Janet Leigh turns around
  194. Psycho – Close-up as Janet Leigh screams
  195. Ghostbusters (1984) – The Ecto-Mobile arrives
  196. Rear Window (1954) – Jimmy Stewart looks out his window to find…
  197. Rear Window – …Alfred Hitchcock making a cameo (and Ross Bagdasarian too).
  198. Dial M for Murder (1954) – Grace Kelly reaches for a pair of scissors
  199. Goldfinger (1964) – A laser slowly inches towards Sean Connery’s legs
  200. The Golden Voyage of Sinbad (1973) – John Philip Law fights a claymation Kali
  201. The Empire Strikes Back (1980) – Darth Vader swings his lightsaber
  202. Star Trek II: The Wrath of Kahn (1982) – William Shatner and the Enterprise crew
  203. Alien (1979) – Sigourney Weaver running down a dimly lit hallway
  204. The Thief of Bagdad (1924)? – A magic carpet takes off
  205. Superman III (1983) – Christopher Reeve flies over the city
  206. Forbidden Planet (1956) – Roddy the Robot drives around
  207. The Empire Strikes Back – AT-ATs attack the rebels on Hoth
  208. The Day the Earth Stood Still (1951) – Michael Rennie was ill
  209. The Greatest Show on Earth (1952)– A speeding train hits a car on the tracks
  210. The Beast from 20,000 Fathoms (1953)- The beast eats a car
  211. Poltergeist (1982) – The kids are almost sucked into another dimension
  212. Fantasia (1940) – Mickey Mouse tries to stop an animated broom
  213. Jaws 2 (1979) – A woman waterskis while a shark follows behind
  214. Airplane! (1980) – the opening “Jaws” parody
  215. King Kong (1933) – Kong takes down a biplane
  216. Blade Runner (1982) – Background info of Zhora on a computer screen
  217. The Lady from Shanghai (1947) – Everett Sloane in a hall of mirrors
  218. The Fly (1958) – Patricia Owens screams from the fly’s POV
  219. The Phantom of the Opera (1925) – Mary Philbin removes Lon Chaney’s mask
  220. Ghostbusters – Dan Aykroyd, Bill Murray, and Harold Ramis fire their proton packs.
  221. Young Frankenstein (1974) – Gene Wilder shouts
  222. Frankenstein (1931) – Boris Karloff walks towards fire
  223. Night of the Living Dead (1968) – Zombies try to break in
  224. The Masque of the Red Death (1964) – Intense close-up of Vincent Price
  225. The Shining (1980) – “That’s odd. Usually the blood gets off at the second floor.”
  226. A Clockwork Orange (1971) –Malcolm McDowell gets his eyes checked
  227. North by Northwest (1959) – Cary Grant fails to stop a car
  228. Carrie (1976) – A butcher knife flies off its holder…
  229. Carrie – …and across the room.
  230. Vertigo (1958) – Jimmy Stewart looks out the window…
  231. Vertigo – … to see Kim Novak fall from the tower
  232. San Francisco (1936) [?] – A woman looks up
  233. San Francisco – Crumbling
  234. San Francisco – More crumbling
  235. Samson and Delilah (1951) – A shrine crumbling
  236. Earthquake (1974) – Car crashes on the freeway
  237. The Stunt Man (1980) – A man holds on to a pole as it falls.
  238. The Poseidon Adventure (1972)– A stunt man falls down to the ceiling
  239. Missing (1982) –A white horse gallops across town.
  240. The Misfits (1961) – Marilyn Monroe grabs onto Clark Gable
  241. The Lion in Winter (1968) – Anthony Hopkin & Katharine Hepburn in extreme profile
  242. The African Queen – Katharine Hepburn squares off with Humphrey Bogart
  243. Captains Courageous (1937) – Spencer Tracy grabs John Carradine
  244. They Shoot Horses Don’t They? (1969) – Red Buttons and Susannah York keep running
  245. Letter From an Unknown Woman (1948) – Joan Fontaine runs through a street
  246. The Good Earth (1937) – Luise Rainer runs through a crowd
  247. The Big Heat (1953) – Glenn Ford pulls Jocelyn Brando from a car
  248. The Letter (1940) – Bette Davis fires a few shots
  249. The China Syndrome (1979) – Jack Lemmon runs and is shot
  250. Julius Caesar (1953) – Louis Calhern’s Caesar is having a great day
  251. West Side Story – The two gangs have a knife-fight.
  252. West Side Story – Close-up on a switchblade
  253. Spartacus (1960) – Kirk Douglas almost gets netted
  254. Quest for Fire (1982) – A caveman walks
  255. The Incredible Shrinking Man (1957) – Grant Williams fights a giant cat
  256. Women in Love (1969) – Alan Bates & Oliver Reed wrestle in the buff (1996: Replaced with Matt Dillon getting high in “Drugstore Cowboy” (1989))
  257. Cat People (1942) – Simone Simon’s T-Zone
  258. Dracula (1931) – Bela Lugosi looks on
  259. Mommie Dearest (1981) – Faye Dunaway storms into a room with a wire hanger.
  260. Mildred Pierce (1945) – Joan Crawford emerges from the shadow
  261. What Ever Happened to Baby Jane (1962) – Bette Davis under a light
  262. The Mark of Zorro (1940) – Tyrone Power comes into the light
  263. The Man Who Knew Too Much (1956) – Doris Day screams
  264. The Omen (1976) – Harvey Stephens looks on
  265. The Man Who Knew Too Much – A musician crashes his cymbals
  266. My Favorite Year (1982) – Peter O’Toole does a pratfall in front of Mark-Linn Baker, two others [This begins the “Pink Panther” segment]
  267. The World According to Garp (1982) – a baby flies up in the air
  268. The General (1926) – Buster Keaton sits on a train
  269. The Immigrant (1917) – Chaplin gets tossed around on boat
  270. ???? – A man slaps the Three Stooges
  271. The Pink Panther (1963) – Peter Sellers has a pratfall with a globe
  272. Way Out West (1937) – Laurel & Hardy do a dance (1996: Replaced with Roger Rabbit and Bob Hoskins in “Who Framed Roger Rabbit” (1988))
  273. The Court Jester (1956) – Danny Kaye is confused by Glynis Johns [Moved to before “Roger Rabbit” in 1996 version]
  274. Cinderfella (1960) – Jerry Lewis mugs to the camera
  275. Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein (1948) – Bud Abbott and Lou Costello encounter a monster
  276. A Night at the Opera (1935) – The Marx brothers in a crowded stateroom
  277. Sullivan’s Travels (1941) – Charles Moore crashes through the roof of a train.
  278. The Seven Year Itch (1955) – Marilyn Monroe’s skirt is blown by a draft
  279. Porky’s (1981) – Guys peaking through peephole
  280. David Copperfield (1935) – W.C. Fields twirls his hat in his hands
  281. Sabrina (1954) – Audrey Hepburn sees William Holden
  282. Picnic (1955) – Kim Novak walks seductively
  283. 10 (1979) – Bo Derek runs on the beach
  284. Some Like it Hot (1959) – Tony Curtis & Jack Lemmon in their Josephine & Daphne disguises
  285. Victor/Victoria (1982) – Julie Andrews accidentally grabs a woman’s wig.
  286. Mr. Mom (1983) – Michael Keaton careens through a supermarket
  287. Risky Business (1983) – Tom Cruise slides into his living room.
  288. MASH (1970) –Donald Sutherland and Elliott Gould play golf
  289. Bringing Up Baby (1938) – Katharine Hepburn, Cary Grant watch as their dinosaur skeleton collapses
  290. Monkey Business (1931)– The Marx Brothers monkey around
  291. A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum (1966)– Zero Mostel lets out a shriek as Jack Gilford and Buster Keaton look on.
  292. The Producers (1967) – Zero Mostel tells Gene Wilder his plan
  293. Harold and Maude (1971) – Bud Cort and Ruth Gordon ride on a motorcycle
  294. Arthur (1981) – Dudley Moore falls out of his car
  295. Pillow Talk (1959) – Rock Hudson carries Doris Day
  296. Lassie Come Home (1943) – Roddy McDowall embraces Lassie.
  297. The Yearling (1946) – Claude Jarman Jr. embraces a deer
  298. National Velvet (1944) – Elizabeth Taylor waves as she rides Pie
  299. Bedtime for Bonzo (1951) – Ronald Reagan tends to a chimp
  300. Beverly Hills Cop (1984) – Eddie Murphy gives the OK.
  301. Animal House (1978)– John Belushi eats cafeteria food
  302. Monty Python’s The Meaning of Life (1983) – John Cleese greets Terry Jones at a restaurant.
  303. The Adventurer (1917) – Chaplin kicks cop
  304. Cops (1922) – Buster Keaton is chased by cops
  305. Road to Morocco (1942) – Bing Crosby and Bob Hope ride a camel.
  306. Born Yesterday (1950)– Judy Holliday shuffles her deck while Broderick Crawford looks on.
  307. Breakfast at Tiffany’s (1961) – Audrey Hepburn dances at the party.
  308. Cat Ballou (1965) – Lee Marvin and his horse lean up against a wall
  309. The Bad News Bears (1976) – The kids fail to catch the ball
  310. Sleeper (1973) – Woody Allen is…Violet Beauregarde?
  311. Help! (1965) – Ringo has a gun to his face
  312. Tom Jones (1963) – Albert Finney breaks the fourth wall and places his hat on the camera.
  313. Way Out West – Stan Laurel & Oliver Hardy nod in agreement.
  314. The Crowd (1928) – Audience laughing in theater
  315. The Great Train Robbery (1903) – Bandit shoots at the camera [Beginning of “The Natural” finale]
  316. Nanook of the North (1922) – Allakariallak comes out of his igloo
  317. Seventh Heaven (1927) – Charles Farrell reaches out to Janet Gaynor
  318. Pandora’s Box (1929) – Louise Brooks peeks around a corner
  319. Tol’able David (1921) – Richard Barthlemess looks through a window.
  320. Our Daily Bread (1934) – A crowd parts as a river forms
  321. Teddy at the Throttle (1917)  – Gloria Swanson tied to train tracks
  322. The Red Mill (1927) – Marion Davies goes ice skating
  323. All Quiet on the Western Front (1930) –Lew Ayres’ hand (or possibly Lewis Milestone’s) reaches for a butterfly.
  324. Applause (1929) – Joan Peers & Henry Wadsworth kiss on a bridge
  325. She Done Him Wrong (1933) [?} – Mae West adjusts her hat
  326. The Great Ziegfeld (1936) – Big stairway with dancers
  327. Dinner at Eight – Jean Harlow sticks out her tongue
  328. The Public Enemy – James Cagney spits on bartender
  329. The Green Pastures (1936)– Angels in Heaven
  330. Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (1941) – Spencer Tracy bares his fangs
  331. Camille (1937) –Greta Garbo is wooed by Robert Taylor
  332. Salt of the Earth (1954) – picket circle
  333. The River (1938) – A boat drifts through a flood
  334. Twentieth Century (1934) – John Barrymore looking frazzled
  335. The Thin Man (1934) – Myrna Loy cozies up to William Powell
  336. Life with Father (1947) –William Powell and the family share a meal
  337. The Harvey Girls (1946) – Judy Garland & Ray Bolger dance along the Atchison, Topeka, & the Santa Fe
  338. Rhapsody in Blue (1945) – Robert Alda IS George Gershwin
  339. The Birdman of Alcatraz (1962) – Burt Lancaster holds out a bird
  340. Song of the South (1946) – James Baskett sings “Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah” in a cartoon world.
  341. The Southerner (1945) – Zachary Scott, Betty Field, Jay Gilpin, & Jean Vanderwilt gather together
  342. Dance Girl Dance (1940) – Lucille Ball’s dress is almost blown off
  343. The Thing from Another World (1951) – James Arness is set on fire
  344. The Boy with Green Hair (1948) – Dean Stockwell has green hair.
  345. House of Wax (1953) – Vincent Price and a lot of makeup
  346. Beach Blanket Bingo (1965) – Frankie Avalon picks up Annette Funicello
  347. The Wild One (1953) –Marlon Brando and his gang
  348. Zorba the Greek (1964) – Anthony Quinn starts dancing
  349. Gentleman’s Agreement (1947) – Gregory Peck is turned away at a hotel
  350. ???? – Roy Rogers on horseback
  351. Stalag 17 (1953) – Robert Strauss dances with Harvey Lembeck
  352. The Apartment (1960) – Jack Lemmon makes spaghetti with a tennis racket.
  353. On the Town (1949) – Gene Kelly, Frank Sinatra, & Jules Munshin sing “New York, New York”.
  354. Funny Face (1957) – Audrey Hepburn stands by a train
  355. Around the World in 80 Days (1956) – David Niven & Cantinflas ride in a hot air balloon.
  356. The Endless Summer (1966) – Surfer riding the waves
  357. Dont Look Back (1967) – Bob Dylan holds up a sign “The Vandals Took all the Handles”
  358. Putney Swope (1969) – The Face-Off ad with Shelley Plimpton and Ronnie Dyson
  359. Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner (1967) – Katharine Hepburn, Spencer Tracy, Sidney Poitier, & Katharine Houghton
  360. Joe (1970) – Peter Boyle pulls out a gun
  361. A Hard Day’s Night (1964) – The Beatles! Aaaaaahhhh!
  362. FTA (1972) – Donald Sutherland & Jane Fonda perform
  363. Inherit the Wind (1960) – Spencer Tracy cross examines Fredric March
  364. Medium Cool (1969) – Robert Forster & Peter Bonerz arrive at a car.
  365. Gimme Shelter (1970) – A crowd pile onto a body
  366. David and Lisa (1962) – Janet Margolin looks at Keir Dullea
  367. I Never Sang for My Father (1970) – Melvyn Douglas stares down Gene Hackman
  368. The Conversation (1974) – Gene Hackman sits on a bench
  369. American Graffiti (1973) – Cindy Williams & Ron Howard go to the dance
  370. The Exorcist (1973) – Max von Sydow arrives iconically
  371. Oliver! (1968) – Mark Lester asks for more.
  372. Lady Sings the Blues (1972)– Diana Ross IS Billie Holiday
  373. Lenny (1974) – Dustin Hoffman IS Lenny Bruce
  374. The Money (1976) – guy on Ferris Wheel
  375. Manhattan (1979) – The city skyline
  376. Rosemary’s Baby (1968) – Ruth Gordon through a peephole
  377. Being There (1979)– Peter Sellers lies there as Shirley MacLaine kisses him
  378. The Goodbye Girl (1977) – Richard Dreyfuss & Marsha Mason make us laugh at falling in love…again!
  379. Deliverance (1972) – Burt Reynolds paddles down the river
  380. The Searchers (1956) – A caravan travel across the plains
  381. Claudine (1974) – James Earl Jones, Diahann Carroll, and a whole bunch of kids
  382. The Rocky Horror Picture Show (1975) – Richard O’Brien & Little Nell do the Time Warp.
  383. Love Story (1970) – Ryan O’Neal & Ali MacGraw walk through the snow
  384. Billy Jack (1971) – Tom Laughlin on horseback
  385. The Elephant Man (1980) – John Hurt with a bag over his head
  386. Oh, God! (1977) – George Burns rides shotgun with John Denver
  387. Eating Raoul (1982) – Mary Woronov & Paul Bartel
  388. My Dinner with Andre (1982) – Wallace Shawn & Andre Gregory have dinner
  389. Atlantic City (1980) – Burt Lancaster contemplates at a desk
  390. Shampoo (1975) – Warren Beatty tends to Lee Grant’s…um…needs.
  391. Breaking Away (1979) – Dennis Christopher, Dennis Quaid, Jackie Earle Haley, and Daniel Stern lying in the sun
  392. Tender Mercies (1983) – Robert Duvall leans on a doorway
  393. Ordinary People (1980) – Mary Tyler Moore, Donald Sutherland, & Timothy Hutton share an awkward meal.
  394. A Passage to India (1984) – Judy Davis takes a hand
  395. A Soldier’s Story (1984) – Adolph Caesar puts on his hat
  396. Melvin and Howard (1980) – Jason Robards IS Howard Hughes
  397. Paris, Texas (1984) – Harry Dean Stanton looks on
  398. I Am a Fugitive from a Chain Gang (1932) – Paul Muni stares back
  399. A Man for All Seasons (1966) – Paul Scofield IS Sir Thomas More
  400. To Kill a Mockingbird (1962) – Gregory Peck aims a gun
  401. Touch of Evil (1958) – Orson Welles shows up
  402. The Great Santini (1980)– Robert Duvall laughs
  403. Mister Roberts (1948) – Henry Fonda oversees his ship
  404. Sergeant York (1941) – Gary Cooper IS Alvin York
  405. The Life of Emile Zola (1937) – Paul Muni IS Emile Zola
  406. Moulin Rouge (1952)– Jose Ferrer IS Toulouse-Lautrec (1996: Followed by Tom Hanks in “Forrest Gump” (1994))
  407. Lawrence of Arabia (1962) – Peter O’Toole IS T.E. Lawrence
  408. Gandhi (1982)–Ben Kingsley IS Gandhi
  409. Patton (1970) – George C. Scott IS Patton
  410. Little Caesar – Edward G. Robinson actually says “Myeah”
  411. Foolish Wives (1922)– Erich von Stroheim blows smoke
  412. The Great Escape (1963) –Steve McQueen spends 30 days in the cooler
  413. Taxi Driver (1976) – Robert De Niro doesn’t care if you’re talking to him
  414. In the Heat of the Night (1967) – Rod Steiger chews gum
  415. The Hustler (1961) – Paul Newman laughs
  416. The Hustler – Jackie Gleason chuckles
  417. Elmer Gantry (1960) – Burt Lancaster holds on to something
  418. The Lost Weekend (1945) – Ray Milland struggles to resist a drink
  419. One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest (1975) – Jack Nicholson receives shock therapy
  420. Tootsie (1982) – Dustin Hoffman tries out his new look
  421. Kramer vs. Kramer (1979) – Justin Henry eats ice cream
  422. The Graduate (1967) – Dustin Hoffman suggests that Anne Bancroft is seducing him.
  423. Mr. Deeds Goes to Town (1936) – Gary Cooper looks around
  424. Mr. Smith Goes to Washington (1939) – James Stewart turns around
  425. For the Love of Benji (1977) – Benji looks up
  426. Klute (1971) – Jane Fonda turns around
  427. Julia (1977) – Vanessa Redgrave smiles
  428. The French Lieutenant’s Woman (1981) – Meryl Streep wears a cloak
  429. Sophie’s Choice (1982) – Meryl Streep remembers that choice she made
  430. Hud (1963) – Patricia Neal smirks
  431. Sunset Blvd. (1950) – Gloria Swanson bathes in the light of a projector
  432. Private Benjamin (1980) – Goldie Hawn poses for the poster
  433. An Unmarried Woman (1978) – Jill Clayburgh tries to get that ring off
  434. To Have and Have Not (1944) – Lauren Bacall reminds Bogie how to whistle
  435. The Goddess (1958) – Kim Stanley sits and stares off
  436. The Three Faces of Eve (1958) – Joanne Woodward is traumatized
  437. Coal Minder’s Daughter (1980) – Sissy Spacek IS Loretta Lynn
  438. Morocco (1930) [?}]– Marlene Dietrich salutes
  439. A Star is Born (1954) – Judy Garland announces “This is Mrs…”
  440. A Star is Born (1937) – Janet Gaynor “…Norman…”
  441. A Star is Born (1976) – Barbra Streisand “…Maine.”
  442. Nashville (1975) – Lily Tomlin watches “I’m Easy”.
  443. Norma Rae (1979) – Sally Field walks out
  444. A Streetcar Named Desire – Marlon Brando roughs up Vivien Leigh
  445. On the Waterfront (1954) – Rod Steiger & Marlon Brando ride in a cab with blinds
  446. The Godfather (1972) – Al Pacino & Marlon Brando sit in the orchid.
  447. Pat and Mike (1952) – Spencer Tracy sits next to Katharine Hepburn
  448. Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (1966) – Elizabeth Taylor squares off with Richard Burton. And then they made a movie (ba-boom!)
  449. Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (1958) – Paul Newman ignores Elizabeth Taylor
  450. The Sting (1973) – Robert Redford & Paul Newman read the news
  451. Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid (1969) – Robert Redford and Paul Newman….’s stunt doubles jump the cliff
  452. The Big Sleep (1946) – Lauren Bacall seduces Humphrey Bogart
  453. Annie Hall (1977) – Diane Keaton & Woody Allen meet
  454. Red Dust (1932) – Clark Gable looks at Jean Harlow
  455. Broken Blossoms (1919) – Richard Bathelmess pines for Lillian Gish
  456. All About Eve (1950) – Anne Baxter have a showdown Bette Davis as Hugh Marlowe, Gary Merrill, George Sanders, Celeste Holm, and Marilyn Monroe look on.
  457. Rebecca (1940) – Judith Anderson creeps out Joan Fontaine, and us!
  458. Ninotchka (1939) – Greta Garbo looks at Melvyn Douglas
  459. Paper Moon (1973) – Tatum & Ryan O’Neal converse (1996: Replaced with Jessica Tandy & Morgan Freeman in “Driving Miss Daisy” (1989))
  460. Love Finds Andy Hardy (1938) – Mickey Rooney asks Lewis Stone for advice
  461. The Miracle Worker (1962) – Anne Bancroft teaches Patty Duke
  462. Doctor Zhivago (1965) – Julie Christie walks with Omar Sharif
  463. The Big Country (1958) – Gregory Peck on the front porch observing the country, which is big.
  464. Days of Heaven (1978) – The house at sunset
  465. The Deer Hunter (1978) –Christopher Walken plays Russian Roulette.
  466. Easy Rider (1969) – Dennis Hopper rides on his chopper.
  467. Lost in America (1985) – Albert Brooks gives a thumbs up to a biker from his RV.
  468. It Happened One Night (1934) – Clark Gable & Claudette Colbert hitchhike
  469. The Defiant Ones (1958) – Sidney Poitier reaches out for Tony Curtis
  470. The Natural (1984) – Robert Redford rounds the bases (1996: Replaced with Liam Neeson in “Schindler’s List” (1993))
  471. Heaven Can Wait (1978) – Warren Beatty & James Mason walk through the clouds (1996: Replaced with Spike Lee throwing a garbage can in “Do the Right Thing” (1989))
  472. Way Down East (1921) – Lillian Gish looks up
  473. Terms of Endearment (1983) – Shirley MacLaine & Debra Winger embrace as Jack Nicholson looks on.
  474. The Jazz Singer (1927) – Al Jolson sings “Mammy”. I forget what he looks like.
  475. Intolerance (1916) – Lillian Gish rocks the cradle
  476. Sunrise (1927) – Margaret Livingston waits in a field
  477. The Godfather Part II (1974) – Oreste Baldini sees the Statue of Liberty
  478. Network (1976) – Peter Finch on TV “I’m as mad as hell…”
  479. Five Easy Pieces (1970) – Jack Nicholson clears the table
  480. The Ten Commandments (1956)– Charlton Heston parts the Red Sea
  481. From Here to Eternity (1953) – Burt Lancaster & Deborah Kerr make love on the beach.
  482. A Place in the Sun (1951) – Elizabeth Taylor looks longingly at Montgomery Clift
  483. The Postman Always Rings Twice (1946) – Lana Turner approaches John Garfield
  484. 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968)– Star Baby
  485. Star Wars (1977) – Alec Guinness ignites his lightsaber.
  486. Star Wars – Harrison Ford & Peter Mayhew punch it to lightspeed.
  487. Star Wars – The Millennium Falcon flies off into space
  488. Apollo XI Landing (1969) – Astronauts land on the moon.
  489. Close Encounters of the Third Kind (1977) – The Mothership appears.
  490. High Noon (1952) – Gary Cooper stands alone
  491. The Best Years of Our Lives (1946) – Fredric March & Myrna Loy reunite
  492. Raging Bull (1980) – Robert De Niro in the ring
  493. Queen Christina (1930) – Greta Garbo on the ship’s bow
  494. The Black Stallion (1979) – Kelly Reno rides Black on the beach
  495. Giant (1956) – James Dean observes his oil rig
  496. Gone with the Wind (1939) – Vivien Leigh looks out onto Tara
  497. The Crowd – the crowd rushes from their cubicle
  498. Dr. Strangelove (1964)– Slim Pickins rides the bomb.
  499. Modern Times (1936) –Charlie Chaplin works on the assembly line
  500. The Grapes of Wrath (1940) – Jane Darwell looks concerned
  501. Gone with the Wind – Clark Gable leaves Vivien Leigh, possibly curses
  502. Citizen Kane – Orson Welles mutters “Rosebud”
  503. Citizen Kane – Welles lets go of the snowglobe and it tumbles
  504. Citizen Kane – The snowglobe breaks
  505. E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial (1982) – Henry Thomas in awe of E.T.’s powers.
  506. The Wizard of Oz (1939) – Bert Lahr, Judy Garland, Jack Haley, & Ray Bolger skip along the yellow brick road.