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100 Years at the Movies

100 Years at the Movies(1994)

Also Known As: First 100 Years: A Celebration of American Movies, The |

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Cast & Crew

Chuck Workman Director
Chuck Workman Producer
Joseph Lee Associate Producer
Rob Claridge Assistant Editor
Turner Entertainment Company Production Company
Bruce Schluter Titles And Opticals
Mark Bennett Researcher
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Release Date:  1994 Production Date: 
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Sound:  Production Co:  Turner Entertainment Company .....Production Company
Duration(mins):  Country:  United States (USA)
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  • A moving tribute to motion pictures

    Jeff N 2014-08-26

    This is an amazing anthology of sorts of classic and essential movies that every American should see. It is fun to try to name the movies as they fly by.... MORE>

  • Can you name the movie titles?

    Suzan Canada 2014-07-31

    This is one of my favorite TCM short films because as an extra challenge I try to state the movie title as the clip is shown. It's harder than you... MORE>

  • Wonderful retrospective

    Michael D. Jackson 2011-09-17

    This 10 minute film made for the 1994 Academy Awards used to be shown on TCM often and I wish it would come back. Actually, I wish it would be put on a... MORE>