Temporal Top Ten – 1952

top ten

Number of movies seen from this year – 31
Number of movies reviewed – 31 (including 0 Encore Reviews)

10. Lone Star

9. The Bad and the Beautiful

8. The Quiet Man

7. Singin in the Rain

6. Limelight

5. My Six Convicts

4. Rancho Notorious

3. Ivanhoe

2. 5 Fingers

  1. High Noon


  1. 5 Fingers
  2. Angels One Five
  3. Battle Zone
  4. Come Back, Little Sheba
  5. Deadline – U.S.A.
  6. Don’t Bother to Knock
  7. High Noon
  8. Ivanhoe
  9. Limelight
  10. Lone Star
  11. Monkey Business
  12. Moulin Rouge
  13. My Cousin Rachel
  14. My Six Convicts
  15. Pony Soldier
  16. Rancho Notorious
  17. Singin’ in the Rain
  18. Sudden Fear
  19. The Bad and the Beautiful
  20. The Big Sky
  21. The Greatest Show on Earth
  22. The Importance of Being Earnest
  23. The Man Who Watched Trains Go By
  24. The Member of the Wedding
  25. The Narrow Margin
  26. The Quiet Man
  27. The Sound Barrier
  28. The Star
  29. Viva Zapata!
  30. What Price Glory
  31. With A Song in My Heart

2 thoughts on “Temporal Top Ten – 1952

  1. 1952 sports done of the all-time WORST (IMO)Best Picture winners of all time – The Greatest Show on Earth. As for your Top 10 – haven never seen 3 of them – but Singing in the Rain and The Quiet Man would be #s 2 and 1 respectively on my list and bump High Noon to 3rd. Ivanhoe only worth seeing for how gorgeous Elizabeth Taylor was. Bad and the Beautiful would be higher and Narrow Margin would be on my list.

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