Vintage Movies on Hoopla

By Cecilia Cygnar

Rediscover the classics in the comfort of your own home!

  • Meet John Doe


    This 1941 Frank Capra classic is one of his best known rom-coms. Cooper plays an everyman who is trying to get the spotlight on the "little people." And Stanwyck plays a reporter who. naturally falls for the hero.

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  • Ball of Fire


    Gary Cooper and Barbara Stanwyck reunite for this fun rom-com romp about a stodgy scholar who falls for a burlesque dancer. Lots of fun!

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  • The Pride of the Yankees: Cobb


    Another Gary Cooper flick, but entirely different from the last. Cooper shines in this dramatic role as Lou Gehrig, who retires from baseball after he develops ALS.

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  • Royal Wedding


    Fred Astaire dances on a ceiling in this romantic gem about stage stars who take their show on the road to England where one of them falls for a royal!

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  • The Secret Life of Walter Mitty: 1947


    Comic genius Danny Kaye has never been better in this quirky classic about a man with a staid life who has a much more vivid imaginary life.

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  • The Sting


    One of the best, if not the best, con films of all time. Even if you do not like these kinds of films, watch it for Newman and Redford!

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  • His Girl Friday


    One of the best scripts in all of film history. Others have tried to copy but none have ever come close. Watch it to see what all the hype is about!

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  • Charade


    One of my favorite Hitchcockian films not directed by Alfred Hitchcock! It's got intrigue, humor and romance, plus Paris and Audrey Hepburn and Cary Grant.

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  • My Man Godfrey


    Another one of my all-time favorite rom-coms. Perennial rom-com favorite Carole Lombard shines here as the ever-ditzy socialite who enlists a "forgotten man" to become her pet project.

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  • The Man Who Knew Too Much


    Alfred Hitchcock directed two adaptations of this story (1956 is the other, with James Stewart and Doris Day). This first version is great, but not as slick and refined as the second. But what can you expect for 1934?

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