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The American Film Institute's 100 Years, 100 Films

Citizen Kane
Rated PG, from Turner Home Entertainment, produced in 1941, 119 minutes.
An American tragedy of a newspaper tycoon, from his humble beginnings to the solitude of his final years. Nominated for nine Academy Awards including Best Picture and Director.

Rated PG, from Warner Home Video, produced in 1942, 103 minutes.
Classic love story of the lonely cafe owner Rick who meets up with his old love in Casablanca. However, she is with someone else, and Rick must choose between saving him or having her.

The Godfather
Rated R, from Paramount Home Entertainment, produced in 1972, 175 minutes.
Revenge, envy, and parent-child conflict mix with the rituals of Italian mob life in America.

Gone With The Wind
Not Rated, from Warner Home Video, produced in 1939, 231 minutes.
Epic tale of Civil War drama about a Southern Belle. Winner of 9 Academy Awards including Best Picture, Best Director-Victor Fleming, Best Actress, and Best Supporting Actress.

Lawrence Of Arabia
Rated PG, from Columbia TriStar Home Entertainment, produced in 1962, 226 minutes.
A look at T.E. Lawrence, a British officer who unites the desert tribes of Arabia against the Ottoman Turks during World War I.

The Wizard Of Oz
Rated G, from Warner Home Video, produced in 1939, 101 minutes.
The story of Dorothy, a young girl whisked away in a tornado to the magical land of Oz where she encounters many special characters like the Lion, the Tinman, the Scarecrow, and the Wicked Witch of the West.

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