did you?

Down my ever continuing path to watch great/"must see"/classic movies….the next on my list is

Roman Holiday. 

Did you like it?  Did you not?  If you did, will you do my a favor and

recommend me another on your "list"?




Filed under audrey hepburn, gregory peck, movie, movies, roman holiday, rome

8 responses to “did you?

  1. YES! Loved it!
    Have you seen…
    Seven Brides for Seven Brothers
    Paris When It Sizzles
    Thoroughly Modern Millie

  2. I saw this movie believe it or not a few years back. The romantic part of it is the way that its shot. Seeing as I will never even go to Europe, its nice to have it etched in your mind in the 40s… all black and white and fun. Cant really say the Movie script was anything I remember… just the scenery. But I think its one that my sister will enjoy.

  3. I haven’t seen the whole movie, but the last commenter is right, the backdrop of Italy is stunning! In the oldies/goodies/classics category I would highly recommend:
    Calamity Jane
    Please Don’t Eat the Daisies
    The Women
    A Letter to Three Wives
    Some Like it Hot
    Gentlemen Prefer Blondes
    How to Marry a Millionnaire
    I love old movies! They are the best – Hollywood just doesn’t do it like that anymore!

  4. Noelle

    Love it! One of my favorites! Some other suggestions…
    My Fair Lady
    Rear Window
    How to Catch a Thief
    Pillow Talk
    Singing in the Rain
    Quiet Man
    The Happiest Millionaire

  5. So good! I liked it a lot but it was kind of sad, a few random others…
    Funny Face
    Lets Make Love
    Some Like it Hot
    Pillow Talk
    My Fair Lady FOR SURE!

  6. Robert

    Been too long since I’ve seen Roman Holiday… I know I liked it, but don’t remember much about it nor how MUCH I liked it.
    A couple of my favorite old movies, both Cary Grant comedies are:
    I Was a Male War Bride
    His Girl Friday

  7. Thoroughly Modern Milly
    Sabrina (the old and NEW version)
    Some like it Hot
    Pillow Talk
    Blue Hawaii (I dig Elvis and this is a classic…a definite fav of mine…)
    Seven Brides for Seven Brothers
    West Side Story
    Singing in the Rain
    Breakfast at Tiffany’s (seriously dig the wardrobe)
    Gone with the Wind
    Hello Dolly
    Meet me in St. Louis
    The Postman Always rings Twice
    Some like it hot
    and of course…
    The Graduate

  8. I love classic movies, and “Roman Holiday” is one of the best. If you like it, then you need to watch “To Catch a Thief.” Audrey Hepburn and Gregory Peck are great- Grace Kelly and Cary Grant are timeless.
    And Hitchcock’s Notorious has great casting (Cary Grant and Ingrid Bergman) that makes it an interesting watch, even if the premise is over the top

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