Searching to find out more about the films you love, the golden era of Australian cinema has been a search for the perfect film to relive in your head.
It’s all about nostalgia and the films that bring it home.
Here are 10 of the greatest films from the golden years of Australian films, in chronological order.1.
The Muppet Movie2.
The Three Stooges3.
The Great Gatsby4.
The Manchurian Candidate6.
Gone with the Wind7.
The Magnificent Seven9.
A Christmas Carol10.
DumboThe golden age, the search for a perfect film that brought you back to life.
The Four Seasons2.
Raiders of the Lost Ark5.
The Ten Commandments7.
A Clockwork Orange9.
The Maltese FalconIf you are looking for a true classic, this is the perfect movie for you.
It would be a real shame to miss out on the golden time.
The Three Stoogs is an Australian classic and is often credited with helping to bring the country to the big screen.
A perfect film for the nostalgia of a generation.
A Christmas Carol is another classic, and it’s also a great choice to reliving a childhood.
Go for The Magnificence of Peter Pan.
Dumbo is another great film, but the nostalgia may be stronger for this one.
Citizen Kane was another classic that was always a hit.
It is the best film of the golden ages and is a great addition to any movie-going list.
Gatsby is a film that was popular in Australia and was loved by all.
Ansel Adams, John Wayne and Buster Keaton are all nominated for Best Actor in the film.
Ralph Fiennes is nominated for his performance in this film.2.
Three StooggesThe Three Stooge is an animated film starring Ralph Fiennes, which was a hit in Australia.
It was nominated for best animated film at the Oscars in 1966 and the Academy Awards in 1978.
Three Stoogess, also known as Three Stoogging was made in Australia by Peter Gould and his partner and the same director, Michael White.
The film follows a trio of friends who set out to make money by doing odd jobs for people they know, and to be accepted for a job by the community.3.
Raiders Of The Lost ArkThe Raiders of The Lost ARk was a classic animated film.
The movie has been nominated for a Golden Globe Award for best film at this year’s Oscars.
Raiders Of The Ark has been made in Canada by Peter Goldfinger and his partners and the producers of The Simpsons.
I was a big fan of the film back in the late 1970s and 1980s.
The Raiders of Lost Ark was a great film for those of us who were born in the ’80s and ’90s.4.
King George’s A Day In The Life5.
Dances With Wolves6.
John Carter The Legend Of Little Brother7.
The King’s Speech8.
The Wizard Of Oz10.
King Of The HillIf you were looking for something that brought a little bit of life back to your life, then this is probably the perfect story.
The stories are so moving, and they bring us back to a time that is now very distant, but not lost.
Goodnight Moon was made for a young, impressionable audience in the 1970s.
It has a great story line and a great cast.
John Carter is another film that has been in the making for quite some time.
It tells the story of a group of explorers, who are searching for the lost kingdom of the Elves.
King’s speechKing’s speech is a classic Australian movie.
It was made by the director, Arthur Hill, and has won three Oscars.
It centers on a young boy named King George.
He travels to the royal court to meet the king and the princess.
A Nightmare On Elm Street11.
A Very Merry Christmas12.
The WolfmanThe Wolfman is another famous Australian classic.
It took place in the 1950s, and was made famous by John Wayne.
Its one of the most famous films of all time.
The classic British film has been adapted for many years and was the subject of a British documentary called The Wolfmans Tale.
If you like the film of King’s Night, then The Wolfmen is a good choice for you to relivate.
Good Night, Mr. Darcy13.
The Lord Of The Rings14.
The Lion King15.
The Little Mermaid16.
The Hunchback Of Notre Dame17.
The Simpsons19. Toy Story