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What's your favorite historical movie?

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What's your favorite historical movie?


13 Responses to “What's your favorite historical movie?”


  1. 1
    Jerry Parker says:

    Although not truly a historical movie, I have always loved How The West Was Won with Debbie Rynolds.

  2. 2
    Thomas Fleming says:

    Gettysburg

  3. 3
    Darryl Raby says:

    Zulu

  4. 4
    Edward Rupprecht says:

    Waterloo and Gettysburg

  5. 5
    Ed Hamilton says:

    Lawrence of Arabia

  6. 6
    Sergio Bravo says:

    Henry V (with Kenneth Branagh)

  7. 7
    kebond says:

    Alexander

  8. 8
    ken riskedahl says:

    Gettsyburg, Gods and Generals and Away All Boats.

  9. 9
    Elijah says:

    Gods and Generals without a doubt!!!

  10. 10
    James V says:

    Andersonville

  11. 11
    Prof.Dr. Karl A. Wipf says:

    Gettysburg, War and peace (russ, Bondartschuk), Lawrence of Arabia, Jewel in the Crown, Shogun
    Sorry for so much!

  12. 12
    Bluto Smatz says:

    Dr. Zhivago

  13. 13
    Dave says:

    1991 Last of the Mochains, Drums along the Mohawk, Longest Day, Last Samurai, Quigley Down Under (neither technically a "historical movie) Farewell to the King



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