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Well I found the Top movie for November 1963 was The HAUNTING.

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Dave,

Boy what a great movie. I still have to look mine up. I am afraid to find out. Love the picture and All your great posts.Nancy

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1951 - A science fiction classic was one of the year's best movies, and became one of my favorite movies. 

 

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Movies from your your birth year? For me it was 1943!

Movies in 1943...

The BIGGEST movie was For Whom the Bell Tolls, which grossed $11 million in the United States.
The Best Picture winner was Casablanca, which also won Oscars for Best Director (Michael Curtiz), Best Actor (Humphrey Bogart), and Best Writing, Screenplay.
But the best movie was Casablanca. Part noir, part war melodrama, the Bogey-starring jaunt through Vichy-controlled Morocco had as much class as it did tension.

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