The classics.

Cinema was born to give emotions and nothing excites more than the past. You can watch a movie by Orson Welles or Fritz Lang, for free. On 4theatre.com, the movies were never so iconic.

The stranger.

1946, Orson Welles

A memorable movie directed and masterfully interpreted by the genius of Orson Welles. This will be enough for you to understand that “The Stranger” is a film that must be seen absolutely.

Scrooge.

1955, Henry Edwards

First sound feature movie based on the novel by Charles Dickens. Scrooge’s greed has never been so loud.

Sherlock Holmes – the Woman in Green

1945, Roy William Neill

11° yellow movie based on the famous character created by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Roy William Neill’s film differs from the others in being nothing more than the set of episodes written by Doyle himself. Elementary, right?

Adventures of Don Quixote

1933, Georg Wilhelm Pabst

Based on the novel of the same name by Cervantes, the movie offers Don Quixote’s eternal “fight against the windmills” in a light version that had never been done until then.

The Snows of Kilimanjaro.

1952, Henry King

Biographical movie on the great writer Ernest Hemingway and embellished by the presence of Gregory Peck, Ava Gardner and Susan Hayward. A highly recommended vision, of course in technicolor ®.

Suddenly.

1954, Lewis Allen

A drama that must be seen in one breath, accompanied by Frank Sinatra and Sterling Hayden.

The Green Glove.

1952, Rudolph Maté

A noir starring Glenn Ford set during the Second World War. What else do you want?

Cold Sweat.

1970, Terence Young

Charles Bronson and Liv Ullman give us an adrenaline-pumping performance in a movie based on the novel “Ride the Nightmare” by Richard Matherson. Are you ready for “a cold sweat” ?

Battleship Potemkin.

1923, Sergej Michajlovič Ėjzenštejn

A movie that needs no introduction. Mentioned hundreds of times, considered the “best movie ever”. A must for all cinephiles.

M.

1931, Fritz Lang

The masterpiece of German expressionism signed by Fritz Lang confirms, year after year, an essential vision for all those who profess to be “cinephiles”. Dark, distressing, unsettling. A noir that keeps you glued to the chair until the end.


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