1. Gone With The Wind

American actor Clark Gable (1901 – 1960) in his role as Rhett Butler kissing the hand of a tearful Scarlett O’Hara, played by Vivien Leigh in ‘Gone With The Wind’. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)
2. Wizard of Oz (1939)

There’s no place like home, and no other classic movie as beloved as Dorothy’s adventures.

3. Casablanca

The steamy, hot romance of two lovers ripped apart by war and reunited in a Moroccan piano bar.

4. Breakfast at Tiffany’s

Holly Golightly helped turn Audrey Hepburn into a fashion icon. Her long, black gown, elegant up-do and signature black sunglasses are all-time favorites.

5. Lawrence of Arabia (1962)

An epic film shot in Morocco, Spain, Jordan and England, this is Peter O’Toole’s big screen hit.

West Side Story (1961)

This image released by 20th Century Studios shows Ariana DeBose as Anita, foreground left, and David Alvarez as Bernardo in “West Side Story.” (Niko Tavernise/20th Century Studios via AP)

6. Citizen Kane (1941)

Citizen Lane is considered by critics to be the “best movie ever made.” Orson Welles’ depiction of a mad publishing billionaire.

7. Psycho (1960)

Alfred Hitchcock’s experiment with exploitation cinema proved the Master of Suspense. It became his most notorious film.

8. Rebel Without a Cause (1955)

Hollywood icon James Dean only starred in three films during his short life and this is his most memorable.

9. The Godfather (1972)

The first film of Francis Ford Coppola’s epic Mafia trilogy launched Al Pacino and Robert DeNiro to superstardom and branded Marlon Brando as the ultimate Godfather.

10. The Sound of Music

Christopher Plummer and Julie Andrews

The Sound of Music is considered one of the last great musicals of its era starring the one and only Julie Andrews as the trainee-nun-turned-governess Maria.