The Best Comedies from the 50’s and 60’s

Hello fellow movies enthusiasts,

As a Lover of Old Hollywood, I can’t resist talking about my favorite movies. I fell in love with them when I was around 14 years old and they became a big part of my life and my identity. It all started with “Breakfast at Tiffany’s” and now a few years later, I have a collection of over 70 movies from 3 different decades and many different countries. Although, I still enjoy modern movies, the ones from the past are the ones that (nearly) always capture my heart.

Since there are so many different movies, genres and decades, I decided to make a little series and for todays post I’m going to share a list of my favorite romantic comedies from the 1950’s and 1960’s. Just to give you some recommendations, inspiration, whatever – so here we go!

  • Roman Holiday
  • Sabrina
  • How To Steal a Million
  • Funny Face
  • Pillow Talk
  • Send Me No Flowers
  • Lover Come Back
  • The Thrill Of It All
  • Move Over Darling
  • Please Don’t Eat The Daisies
  • Come September
  • Mans Favorite Sport?
  • Some Like It Hot
  • How To Marry A Millionaire
  • The Seven Year Itch
  • Gentleman Prefer Blondes
  • Yesterday, Today And Tomorrow
  • Houseboat
  • Barefoot In The Park
  • Sex And The Single Girl
  • If A Man Answers
  • That Funny Feeling
  • High Society
  • Young At Heart
  • The Tender Trap
  • Bells Are Ringing
  • Kiss Me, Stupid
  • What a Way to Go!
  • Rally Round the Flag, Boys

What are your favorite comedies from these periodes? And which movie genre or decade would you like me to discuss next time?

Where do I watch these movies?

I watch majority of them on DVD which I usually find at Amazon, local bookstores or other stores. As far as I know you can find a few on Amazon Prime and Netflix as well. However, it’s different from country to country and I can’t promise you to find something. In the U.S. is a channel called “Turner Classic Movies”, which brings Old Hollywood movies and could be interesting for my American followers. I don’t know if there are similiar Channels in Europe. At least I haven’t found one for Germany. If you have more questions towards old movies in the future, let me know. Until then,

Your Shirinatra xx