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My top five, all-time, black and white classic horror films are:
(Rated from least favorite (5) to all-time favorite (1):
5.) Bride of Dracula
4.) The Blob
3.) Creature From The Black Lagoon
2.) Dr Frankenstein
1.) The Mummy
What a great question! I don't have five, as I'm not a big horror film fan, but I do love The Wolf Man (1941) with Lon Chaney, Bela Lugosi and Claude Rains. I really like your number four pick, too, The Blob.
@ The Dirt Farmer,
Hey, I liked Lon Chaney in Wolf Man too. I just had a dilemma choosing between him and the mummy. Oh, and a young Steve McQueen and his girlfriend did a great job in The Blob and do you remember Officer Jim in this film? He was a class act.
Yes, Officer Jim. And Miss Crump! Okay, now I have to watch The Blob again.
Great Question. Creature from the Black Lagoon is definitely a favorite. Also The Birds, The Fly, The Thing and Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde.
The Fly with Vincent Price is one of the greatest "real" horror films of all-time. Have you ever watched any of his "Dr. Phybes" films? They are so suspenseful that you will actually be sitting on the edge of your seat.
@ susiecat7, although it is not your accepted classic horror film, "The 40-Foot Woman" breaks the mold of a "B" movie for it does have drama, love, adultery (but not porno) and plenty of suspense.
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