Requested by Angela G.

MOVIES MY GRANDMOTHER INTRODUCED TO ME GROWING UP.

Requested by @angela3950
  1. BOYS TOWN (1938)
    Spencer Tracy AND Mickey Rooney. Cried my eyes out!!!!! But my all-time fave old movie.
  2. IT HAPPENED ONE NIGHT (1934)
    Clark Gable and Claudette Colbert. My first romantic comedy.
  3. AFRICAN QUEEN (1952)
    Kathryn Hepburn and Humphrey Bogart. Classic.
  4. BEN HUR (1959)
    Charleton Heston rocks.
  5. PARENT TRAP (1961)
    Brian Keith and Maureen O'Hara and of course, Hayley Mills.
  6. SEVEN BRIDES FOR SEVEN BROTHERS (1954)
    My own children loved this movie growing up.
  7. RIO BRAVO (1959)
    Grandma loved her some Dean Martin and John Wayne. This movie was filmed very close to my house where I grew up. And how hot was Angie Dickenson?!
  8. BULLIT (1968)
    Steve McQueen and one of the most famous car chases ever filmed.
  9. BUTCH CASSIDY AND THE SUNDANCE KID. (1969)
    I fell in love with these men even though I was a child. True story of possibly the most likeable outlaws ever.
  10. SINGNG IN THE RAIN (1952)
    Gene Kelly was amazing!
  11. ALL ABOUT EVE (1950)
    Bette Davis. She was grandma's favorite.
  12. LOVE STORY (1970)
    Ryan O'Neil and Ali McGraw. The chemistry was amazing.
  13. THE BIRDS (1963)
    We loved Alfred Hitchcock! This movie scared the crap out of me back then!
  14. REAR WINDOW (1954)
    My fave Hitchcock. Because, Grace Kelly.
  15. THE HARRAD EXPERIMENT (1973)
    This scarred me for life. At the drive-in. I was 12!! Goggle it. But hey, it was my introduction to Don Johnson.
  16. I'm sure there are a TON more that I'm forgetting😳😁