The Best Movies Of 1951
Here we collected the best movies from 1951 in order of popularity
Punch and Judo
Popeye drops a TV off at the orphanage; the program that comes on is a boxing match he's supposed to be in, so he dashes off. The fight is against the champ, who is huge. Popeye gets pummelled in the ...
On the Loose
After years of living in her selfish parents' (Melvyn Douglas and Lynn Bari) egotistical shadows, desperate teenager Jill Bradley (Joan Evans) makes a last-ditch play for attention by attempting suici...
The Man in the White Suit
Sidney Stratton is a nebbishy inventor who creates fabric that will never be dirty or worn out. He can make a lot of money selling clothes made of material, but may cause a crisis in the process. The ...
Along the Great Divide
The new federal marshal saved Tim from being lynched by the clan and hopes to get him to trial. Ned wants revenge for Ed's death, and Tim would like to escape before Ned catches up with him. Will just...
The Magic Box
William Freise-Greene was once a very different person. William Green changed his name to include his first wife's so that it sounded more impressive for the photographic portrait work he was so good ...
The singer Raik launches his wife, Ashwaq for the third time, and after a period reviewing himself and wants to restore the taste of his passion, but there must be an analyst to come back with his lif...
The story of one day in the lives of the various people who populate a police detective squad. The cop is an embittered cop. Jim McLeod is the leader of a precinct of characters who are fighting the c...
Tom Brown's Schooldays
When Tom Brown (John Howard Davies) arrives at Rugby boarding school, he’s mercilessly tormented by the school’s evil bully, Flashman (John Forrest). With the help of his friend East (John Charleswort...
Abbott and Costello Meet the Invisible Man
Nelson is accused of killing his manager. While detectives Bud and Lou investigate, they come across an invisibility formula with which Tommy injects himself rather than face the police. The idea of t...
Captain Horatio Hornblower R.N.
A naval adventure, based on the novels by C.S. Forester, about the heroic, 19th-century British seafarer. The story sails with his ship, the Lydia, through battles with Spain and then France won with ...
On the way to her new job, Marsha Mitchell takes the opportunity to visit her sister Lucy, whom she has not seen in a few years. There she not only meets her husband for the first time, but also the K...
In Prairie Roundup, Fred F. Sears' direction brings a welcome jolt of vitality to Columbia's aging "Durango Kid" western series. Once again, Charles Starrett stars as Steve Carson, a lawman who is for...
Venom and Eternity
In this experimental film, Isidore Isou, the leader of the lettrist movement, lashes out at conventional cinema and offers a revolutionary form of movie-making: through scratching and bleaching the fi...
Only the Valiant
The story of a cavalry officer who volunteers for a suicidal mission to fight the hostile Apaches in order to prove his loyalty to his men and the woman he loves is told in the film Only the Valiant.
Jean Renoir's first color feature, shot entirely on location in India, is a visual tour de force. The film is based on a novel by Rumer Godden, and it depicts the growing pains of three young women wi...
The Fat Man
A innocent dentist is murdered and the only apparent motive seems to be to steal a set of dental x-rays. To the police it looks like an accident, but private eye Brad Runyan thinks there's more to it....
The Texas Rangers
It's 1874 and the Texas Rangers have been reorganized. But Sam Bass has assembled a group of notorious outlaws into a gang the Rangers are unable to cope with. So the Ranger Major releases two men fro...