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Top Ten: Cinema's Most Treasured Images Part 11 (#101 - 110)

 

I'll continue with some of cinema's most treasured images. For those familiar with the scenes represented they're bound to invoke a strong emotional response. The narratives' indelible moments are the primary reason these captures were selected. 

110. Black Narcissus (1947)

110. Black Narcissus (1947)

109. Kiss of Death (1947)

109. Kiss of Death (1947)

108. The Hill (1965)

108. The Hill (1965)

107. They Shoot Horses, Don't They? (1969)

107. They Shoot Horses, Don't They? (1969)

106. Christmas Holiday (1944)

106. Christmas Holiday (1944)

105. Manon of the Spring (1986)

105. Manon of the Spring (1986)

104. The Public Enemy (1931)

104. The Public Enemy (1931)

103. Out of the Past (1947)

103. Out of the Past (1947)

102. Umberto D. (1952)

102. Umberto D. (1952)

101. Intolerance: Love's Struggle Throughout the Ages (1916) 

101. Intolerance: Love's Struggle Throughout the Ages (1916) 

More will come. Any suggestions are welcome in the comments section.

A.G.

(A link to Part 12 is here.)