Combined Film Canon - 1930 / 1939

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The "Combined Film Canon" is a list of 2,000 great movies, assembled by combining the "They Shoot Pictures Don’t They?" list of 1,000 movies and a "Doubling the Canon" list, created by participants on the IMDb Classic Film message board, which added an additional 1,000 great movies. The result is a list of 2,000 movies, which includes feature films, shorts, TV-movies, and TV mini-series. It does not include TV series or music videos.

Because of its unwieldy size, the Combined Film Canon will be posted as nine lists: 1890-1929, 1930s, 1940s, 1950s, 1960s, 1970s, 1980s, 1990s, and 2000-present. These lists will be updated regularly, as They Shoot Pictures and the Doubling the Canon project make revisions.

On each of the nine Combined Film Canon lists, movies are first listed chronologically, and then alphabetically within the years.

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  1. 1.
    L'age D'or
    by Luis Buñuel

  2. 2.
    All Quiet on the Western Front (Universal Cinema Classics)
    by Lewis Milestone

  3. 3.

  4. 4.
    The Blue Angel
    by Josef von Sternberg

  5. 5.
    City Girl (1930)
    by F.W. Murnau

  6. 6.
    Zemlya (Earth)
    by Aleksandr Dovzhenko

  7. 7.
    Morocco
    by Josef von Sternberg

  8. 8.
    People on Sunday (The Criterion Collection)
    by Robert Siodmak

  9. 9.
    A propos de Nice (1930)
    by Jean Vigo

  10. 10.
    The Story of the Fox (1930)
    by Wladyslaw & Irene Starewicz

  11. 11.
    Under the Roofs of Paris (The Criterion Collection)
    by René Clair

  12. 12.
    Westfront 1918

  13. 13.
    A Nous La Liberte (The Criterion Collection)
    by René Clair

  14. 14.
    Bimbo's Initiation
    by Dave Fleischer

  15. 15.
    La Chienne
    by Jean Renoir

  16. 16.

  17. 17.
    ?

  18. 18.
    Dishonored [Regions 2 & 4]
    by Josef von Sternberg

  19. 19.
    Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (1931)
    by Rouben Mamoulian

  20. 20.
    Dracula (Universal Studios Classic Monster Collection)
    by Tod Browning

  21. 22.
    Kameradschaft (1931)
    by Georg Wilhelm Pabst

  22. 23.
    Limite (1931)
    by Mário Peixoto

  23. 24.
    M (The Criterion Collection)
    by William Friedkin

  24. 25.
    Madchen in Uniform/Girls in Uniform
    by Leontine Sagan

  25. 26.
    Marius (1931)
    by Alexander Korda

  26. 27.
    Le Million (The Criterion Collection)
    by René Clair

  27. 28.
    The Public Enemy
    by William Wellman

  28. 29.
    Safe in Hell
    by William A. Wellman

  29. 30.
    The Smiling Lieutenant (1931)
    by Ernst Lubitsch

  30. 31.
    Tabu
    by F.W. Murnau

  31. 32.
    The Threepenny Opera (The Criterion Collection)
    by G.W. Pabst

  32. 33.
    Boudu Saved from Drowning (The Criterion Collection)
    by Jean Renoir

  33. 34.
    ?
    Fanny (1932)
    by Marc Allégret

  34. 35.
    Freaks
    by Tod Browning

  35. 36.
    Grand Hotel
    by Edmund Goulding

  36. 37.
    I Am a Fugitive from a Chain Gang
    by Mervyn Le Roy

  37. 38.
    I Was Born, But... (1932)
    by Yasujiro Ozu

  38. 39.
    Love Me Tonight
    by Rouben Mamoulian

  39. 40.
    Minnie the Moocher (1932)
    by Dave & Max Fleischer

  40. 41.
    The Mummy
    by Karl Freund

  41. 42.
    The Old Dark House
    by James Whale

  42. 43.
    One Way Passage

  43. 44.
    Poil de carotte (The Red Head) (1932)
    by Julien Duvivier

  44. 45.
    Que Viva Mexico
    by Grigori Aleksandrov

  45. 46.

  46. 47.
    Shanghai Express (1932)
    by Josef von Sternberg

  47. 48.
    Trouble in Paradise (The Criterion Collection)
    by Ernst Lubitsch

  48. 49.
    Vampyr
    by Carl Theodor Dreyer

  49. 50.
    42nd Street (Snap Case)
    by Lloyd Bacon

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