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Classic Hollywood Movies that Every Movie Buff Needs to Watch

Some movies are worth a watch and others twice. If you are a movie lover, you might be missing the Friday night first day first shows with the Theatres closed during the pandemic. You can rent a DVD or Blu-ray disc of these evergreen Hollywood movies that never seem old.

To watch classic Hollywood movies, check out movie channels like Romedy Now, TCM, HBO, Star Movies, Sony Pix, etc. Watch these channels in high-definition with a Dish DTH HD connection. There is something charming and nostalgic about watching old Hollywood movies.

Subscribe to DishNXT HD set-top box on your Dish DTH HD connection. To get an instant recharge on your Dish DTH HD connection, check the My DishTV app. Check out this collection of classic Hollywood movies:

Roman Holiday

An American romantic comedy movie starring the graceful Audrey Hepburn and Gregory Peck. This black and white movie is a classic movie to enjoy. The plot is set in the city of Rome. Audrey plays the role of a crown princess of a European nation, who leaves her country’s embassy on a holiday. Her encounter with an expatriate reporter and the adventure that follows is a delight to watch.


This classic romantic movie is set during World War II. The storyline focuses on an American expatriate stuck in the difficult choice of his love for a woman and helping her husband. It is a nice family movie to watch together.

Breakfast at Tiffany’s 

This classic movie was released in 1961 and is based on the novel written by Truman Capote. This romantic comedy is a must-watch for the flawless acting by Audrey Hepburn. This movie turned Audrey into a fashion icon and promoted the Tiffany brand. This movie won multiple Academy Awards. It is one of the top-grossing movies of all time. This is a must-watch a family-friendly movie with some great musical numbers.

Lawrence of Arabia

An adventure movie is shot at spectacular locations of Spain, Morocco, Jordan, and England. Amazing performance by Peter O’Toole, the storyline showcases a British archeologist, military officer, and World War I envoy to these areas. It’s a wonderful movie to watch on a big-screen TV.

Gone with The Wind

Gone with The Wind, based on a Pulitzer-winning novel, Gone with the Wind (1939) is a glamorized depiction of the Civil War era. This American classic is based on a turbulent love affair between a roguish man and a manipulative woman. This movie received many esteemed accolades including ten Academy Awards.

Pearl Harbor

Certain movies are just timeless just like ‘Pearl Harbor’. It is one of the greatest war movies of all time. It is based on the true story of the attack by the Japanese Navy Air Service on Pearl Harbor, a U.S Naval base. It is a popular veteran movie that portrays the challenging life of civilians in war-prone zones. The movie beautifully sheds light on the difficult lives of the residents in war-afflicted areas and their families.

You can add these movies to your watchlist and enjoy it during the weekends.

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