Steven Jay Schneider's "1001 Movies You Must See Before You Die (8th Ed)"

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Stephen Jay Schneider has brought together 1001 movies ranging from art house classics to westerns, written by leading film critics and journalists. A dozen genres are covered: musicals, thrillers, westerns, science-fiction, comedy, war, horror, epics, film noir, art-house, romance, and social drama, arranged in chronological order.

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  1. 1.
    A Trip to the Moon (1902)
    by Georges Méliès

  2. 2.
    Great Train Robbery - 100th Anniversay
    by William S. Hart

  3. 3.
    The Birth of a Nation
    by D.W. Griffith

  4. 4.
    Les Vampires
    by Louis Feuillade

  5. 5.
    Intolerance (1916)
    by D.W. Griffith

  6. 6.
    The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari (Special Collector's Edition)
    by Robert Wiene

  7. 7.
    Broken Blossoms (Deluxe Edition)
    by D.W. Griffith

  8. 8.
    Way Down East
    by D.W. Griffith

  9. 9.
    Within Our Gates (1920)
    by Oscar Micheaux

  10. 10.
    The Phantom Carriage (Criterion Collection)
    by Victor Sjöstrom

  11. 11.
    Orphans of the Storm
    by D.W. Griffith

  12. 12.
    The Smiling Madame Beudet (La souriante Madame Beudet)(1923)
    by Germaine Dulac

  13. 13.
    Dr. Mabuse - The Gambler
    by Fritz Lang

  14. 14.
    Nanook of the North (The Criterion Collection)
    by Robert J. Flaherty

  15. 15.
    Nosferatu
    by F.W. Murnau

  16. 16.
    Haxan (The Criterion Collection)
    by Benjamin Christensen

  17. 17.
    Foolish Wives

  18. 18.
    Our Hospitality (1923)
    by Buster Keaton & John G. Blystone

  19. 19.
    The Wheel
    by Abel Gance

  20. 20.
    The Thief of Bagdad (Deluxe Edition)
    by Raoul Walsh

  21. 21.
    Strike
    by Sergei Eisenstein

  22. 22.
    Greed
    by Erich von Stroheim

  23. 23.
    Sherlock, Jr. (1924)
    by Buster Keaton

  24. 24.
    The Last Laugh
    by F.W. Murnau

  25. 25.
    Seven Chances / Neighbors / The Balloonatic
    by Buster Keaton

  26. 26.
    The Phantom of the Opera (1925)
    by Rupert Julian

  27. 27.
    Battleship Potemkin
    by Sergei M. Eisenstein

  28. 28.
    The Gold Rush (Two-Disc Special Edition)
    by Charlie Chaplin

  29. 29.
    The Big Parade
    by King Vidor

  30. 30.
    Metropolis (Restored Authorized Edition)
    by Fritz Lang

  31. 32.
    General (1927)
    by Buster Keaton

  32. 33.
    The Unknown (1927)
    by Tod Browning

  33. 34.
    October (Ten Days That Shook the World)
    by Grigori Aleksandrov

  34. 35.
    The Jazz Singer
    by Alan Crosland

  35. 36.
    Abel Gance's Napoleon
    by Abel Gance

  36. 37.
    The Kid Brother
    by Ted Wilde

  37. 38.

  38. 39.
    The Docks of New York
    by Josef von Sternberg

  39. 40.
    Un Chien Andalou
    by Luis Buñuel

  40. 41.
    The Passion of Joan of Arc (The Criterion Collection)
    by Carl Theodor Dreyer

  41. 42.
    Steamboat Bill Jr.
    by Charles Reisner

  42. 43.
    Storm over Asia
    by Vsevolod Pudovkin

  43. 44.
    Blackmail
    by Alfred Hitchcock

  44. 45.
    Man with the Movie Camera
    by Dziga Vertov

  45. 46.
    Pandora's Box (The Criterion Collection)
    by Georg Wilhelm Pabst

  46. 47.
    The Blue Angel
    by Josef von Sternberg

  47. 48.
    L'age D'or
    by Luis Buñuel

  48. 49.
    Earth
    by Aleksandr Dovzhenko

  49. 50.
    Little Caesar (1931)
    by Mervyn LeRoy

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Hello dear, — 1 year ago

Hello dear,

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Untitled — 2 years ago

Where is the 7th edition?


8th Edition — 2 years ago

Did anyone get the most recent edition?

http://www.amazon.com/1001-Movies-You-Must-Before/dp/product-description/0764164228/ref=dp_proddesc_0?ie=UTF8&n=283155&s=books

These are the new additions to the list according to the blurbs.

The Social Network

Black Swan

The King’s Speech

True Grit

Of Gods and Men


Untitled — 3 years ago

There seems to be a mistake. From 2 differents sources, “Up (2009)” doesn’t appear on the list. Maybe someone can update the list ?

Sources :

1. http://www.icheckmovies.com/list/1001+movies+you+must+see+before+you+die/

2. http://www.listology.com/flogged/list/1001-movies-you-must-see-you-die


7th ed.? — 3 years ago

Does anyone have a source for the 7th edition? The 1001 Before You Die site still has the 6th.


Pretty Good List — 3 years ago

I’ve skimmed through the actual book. Too many of the movies are old, artsy and boring movies, and I’m sorry but that’s the truth. However, much praise to some usually overlooked inclusions, such as Scream.


Untitled — 3 years ago

I have just seen “La jetée”(n.370)

it was very good.

total seen : 440


Untitled — 3 years ago

I have just seen "The man from Laramie(n.295)

it was OK.

total seen : 439


Need Help — 3 years ago

I need help finding some of these movies, somebody please help me find any of these movies…

Utu, Signs and Wonders, Deseret, Last Chants for a Slow Dance, Hold Me While I’m Naked, Asthenic Syndrome, The Ear, Keeper of Promises, The Baker’s Wife, Heaven and Earth Magic, Blond Cobra, Mediterranee, Man of Iron, The Big Sky, The Man in Grey.

Please please somebody help me.



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