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25 films preserved

12.30.2009

The Library of Congress has added 25 films in the National Film Registry that they are going to preserve.

Obviously there are a lot of older films on this list. The latest film is an experimental one from 1994 called THE RED BOOK. Each year the registry chooses 25 films as cultural, artistic, or historic treasures and preserves them. With the new additions, the current total number of films in the registry is 525.

I think it's interesting to see what they chose. A lot of these films are quite deserving. It makes me wonder what movies will be added in the future.

1. DOG DAY AFTERNOON (1975)

2. THE EXILES (1961)

3. HEROES ALL (1920)

4. HOT DOGS FOR GAUGUIN (1972)

5. THE INCREDIBLE SHRINKING MAN (1957)

6. JEZEBEL (1938)

7. THE JUNGLE (1967)

8. THE LEAD SHOES (1949)

9. LITTLE NEMO (1911)

10. MABEL'S BLUNDER (1914)

11. THE MARK OF ZORRO (1940)

12. MRS. MINIVER (1942)

13. THE MUPPET MOVIE (1979)

14. ONCE UPON A TIME IN THE WEST (1968)

15. PILLOW TALK (1959 )

16. PRECIOUS IMAGES (1986)

17. QUASI AT THE QUACKADERO (1975)

18. THE RED BOOK (1994)

19. THE REVENGE OF PONCHO VILLA (1930-36)

20. SCRATCH AND CROW (1995)

21. STARK LOVE (1927)

22. THE STORY OF G.I. JOE (1945)

23. A STUDY IN REDS (1932)

24. THRILLER (1983)

25. UNDER WESTERN STARS (1938)

Extra Tidbit: Okay, top 5 films you would preserve. Go!
Source: The Wrap

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