¡A volar, joven!
“¡A volar, joven!” is a hilarious Mexican comedy from 1947 that follows the misadventures of Cantinflas, a clueless private in the military. All he wants is to be with his girlfriend, but when he’s forced into an arranged marriage with an ugly and shy girl, he hatches a plan to avoid it. Things take a hilarious turn when he ends up getting arrested and learns to fly while serving his punishment. With a talented cast and a quirky plot, this movie is sure to keep you entertained from start to finish.
“Monsieur Verdoux” is a captivating 1947 film starring Charlie Chaplin as Henri Verdoux, an unemployed banker who resorts to unconventional methods to support his family. In a twisted turn of events, he marries wealthy widows and then takes their lives for financial gain. However, his carefully planned scheme takes a dark turn when two widows disrupt his usual routine. With a stellar cast and a gripping storyline, this movie is a must-watch for fans of suspenseful dramas from the late 1940s.
The Ghost and Mrs. Muir
“The Ghost and Mrs. Muir” is a captivating movie from 1947 that tells the story of a young British widow who decides to rent a charming seaside cottage. Little does she know that the cottage comes with an unexpected twist – it’s haunted by the ghost of its former owner. With a talented cast including Gene Tierney and Rex Harrison, this film is sure to keep you entertained with its mix of romance and supernatural elements.
Out of the Past
“Out of the Past” is a gripping film from 1947 that follows the seemingly ordinary life of Jeff Bailey, a gas station owner in a small town. However, things take a thrilling turn when a mysterious stranger arrives, forcing Jeff to confront his dark and secretive past. Starring Robert Mitchum, Jane Greer, and Kirk Douglas, this movie is a must-watch for anyone who enjoys suspenseful and captivating storytelling.
“Black Narcissus” is a captivating movie set in 1947 that follows a group of Anglican nuns who are sent to a challenging mountainous region in the Himalayas. As they strive to establish a school and a hospital, their focus starts to shift when Sister Ruth falls for a government worker, leading her to question her vow of celibacy. With a stellar cast including Deborah Kerr and David Farrar, this film delves into the complexities of love and devotion, making it a must-watch for fans of thought-provoking dramas.
The Lady from Shanghai
“The Lady from Shanghai” is a captivating movie released in 1947, starring Rita Hayworth, Orson Welles, and Everett Sloane. Set in a world of corruption and desire, it tells the story of a charming wanderer who finds himself entangled between a deceitful tycoon and his alluring wife. With a stellar cast and a release just in time for Christmas, this film is definitely one of the best voted movies of 1947.
Odd Man Out
“Odd Man Out” is a gripping 1947 film that takes place in Belfast, where the police embark on a relentless manhunt for an injured IRA gunman following a daring robbery. Starring James Mason, Robert Newton, and Cyril Cusack, this intense thriller keeps you on the edge of your seat as the story unfolds. Released on January 30, 1947, it’s no wonder this movie made it to the list of the 20 Best Voted Movies of that year.
“Brute Force” is a gripping 1947 film that tells the story of Joe Collins and his fellow inmates, who endure the cruel treatment of the sadistic guard Captain Munsey. With dreams of escape as their only solace, Collins and his comrades face the daunting challenge of breaking free from Munsey’s oppressive control. Starring Burt Lancaster, Hume Cronyn, and an ensemble cast, this intense drama will keep you on the edge of your seat.
One Wonderful Sunday
“One Wonderful Sunday” is a heartwarming movie released in 1947 that follows the story of Yuzo and his fiancée Masako. With only thirty-five yen in their pockets, they embark on a delightful adventure filled with optimism and dreams. The lead actors, Isao Numasaki and Chieko Nakakita, bring these characters to life, capturing the essence of their realistic despair and the uplifting power of hope.
“Dark Passage” is a thrilling film from 1947 starring Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall. It follows the story of a man who escapes from prison after being wrongly convicted of his wife’s murder. Teaming up with a woman, they embark on a mission to prove his innocence, making for an intense and suspenseful watch.
“Nightmare Alley” is a captivating 1947 movie that takes you into the intriguing world of a seedy carnival. Stanton Carlisle, played by Tyrone Power, becomes entangled in the lives of “Mademoiselle Zeena” and her alcoholic husband, Pete. With a stellar cast including Helen Walker, Coleen Gray, and Joan Blondell, this film promises a thrilling and mysterious journey through the dark underbelly of the carnival. Released on October 9, 1947, it’s definitely one of the best voted movies of that year.
The Bishop’s Wife
“The Bishop’s Wife” is a heartwarming Christmas movie released on December 25, 1947. It tells the story of an Episcopal Bishop named Henry Brougham, who becomes so consumed with building a grand cathedral that he loses sight of his family and his true purpose. However, everything changes when an angel named Dudley arrives to help him. Dudley’s unconventional methods create some unexpected twists, leaving Henry to question his own worth and the importance of love and family during the holiday season. Starring Cary Grant, Loretta Young, and David Niven, this film is a delightful and touching tale that will warm your heart this Christmas.
“Gentleman’s Agreement” is a thought-provoking movie from 1947 that sheds light on the issue of anti-Semitism. Starring Gregory Peck, Dorothy McGuire, and John Garfield, the film tells the story of a magazine writer who goes undercover as a Jew to expose the discrimination faced by the community. With a talented cast and a release date of November 11, 1947, this movie is definitely worth watching for its powerful message and stellar performances.
The Bachelor and the Bobby-Soxer
“The Bachelor and the Bobby-Soxer” is a delightful romantic comedy from 1947 starring the iconic Cary Grant and Myrna Loy. The story revolves around a teenager named Susan Turner, who develops a huge crush on the charming artist Richard Nugent. When Susan’s sister, Judge Margaret Turner, catches her sneaking into Nugent’s apartment, she threatens him with jail time unless he agrees to date Susan until her infatuation fades. With a stellar cast and a release date in September 1947, this movie is definitely one of the best voted films of that year!
Kiss of Death
“Kiss of Death” is a thrilling crime drama released in 1947, and it made it to the list of the 20 best voted movies of that year. Starring Victor Mature, Brian Donlevy, and Coleen Gray, the movie follows an ex-convict’s struggle to leave his criminal past behind, only to be confronted by a vengeful and deranged criminal. With a talented cast and a gripping storyline, this film is definitely worth checking out for fans of classic movies.
“Possessed” is a captivating movie released in 1947, starring Joan Crawford, Van Heflin, and Raymond Massey. It tells the intriguing tale of a woman who is discovered in a catatonic state on the streets of Los Angeles. As she opens up to a doctor, she reveals a complex and mysterious story that led her to this point. With a talented cast and a gripping plot, this film is definitely worth checking out if you’re a fan of classic movies.
“Boomerang!” is a gripping crime drama set in a peaceful Connecticut town in 1947. When a beloved priest is tragically murdered, all fingers point to an anxious outsider named John Waldron. As the town demands justice, District Attorney Henry Harvey faces political obstacles while trying to uncover the truth and prove Waldron’s innocence. This intense and suspenseful film, based on a true story, features a talented cast including Dana Andrews, Jane Wyatt, and Lee J. Cobb. Released on February 28, 1947, it’s a must-watch for fans of captivating courtroom thrillers.
Song of the Thin Man
“Song of the Thin Man” is a captivating 1947 movie that follows the adventures of Nick and Nora Charles, a sophisticated couple with a knack for solving mysteries. Set in a jazz club, they find themselves entangled in a murder case, leading them on a thrilling investigation. With a stellar cast including William Powell and Myrna Loy, this film is a must-watch for fans of classic detective stories.
“T-Men” is a thrilling crime film released in 1947 that follows two undercover U.S. Treasury agents as they infiltrate a counterfeiting ring operating in Detroit and Los Angeles. Starring Dennis O’Keefe, Mary Meade, and a talented ensemble cast, this movie takes you on a suspenseful journey filled with twists and turns. Get ready for an action-packed ride as these agents risk it all to bring down the criminals.
Body and Soul
“Body and Soul” is a gripping boxing drama from 1947 starring John Garfield and Lilli Palmer. It tells the story of Charley Davis, a talented boxer who faces a series of moral dilemmas as he rises to fame. Surrounded by shady characters and tempted by vices, Charley must navigate a treacherous path to success. With a stellar cast and a release date of November 11, 1947, this movie is definitely worth checking out for fans of classic films.
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