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If you are searching for a film title but you cannot find it on the site, we may still have it or, we may be searching for it ourselves. Because we have such a vast and extensive network we may be able to help you with your search for that long lost memory that means so much to you.

    How do you define a classic film?

    Well, it depends. Some would say that a “classic film” is any movie made during the days that the Hollywood studio system was in place.

    So how do we define a classic film at Film Classics?

    Film Classics says one that has an original idea and a captivating story that doesn’t date. A film that appeals to all ages probably helps its classic credentials.

    A classic film is a film that can withstand the test of time. If you find this definition to be a bit too vague, you should realise that that was exactly our intent!

    One Million Years BC Raquel Welch

    Film Classics

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    Tel: 0400 210 711
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    About Film Classics

    “They just don’t make films like they used to!”

    This is an oft repeated exclamation of a generation that was privileged to live through the 30s, 40s, 50s, 60s and 70s when Hollywood had what is called the “Studio System” that produced the great stars, directors and scriptwriters – and the films which defined an era that can never be reproduced. This was a golden era that included British and European film making as well. The Americans with the great musicals, the British with their comedies and the Europeans with raw edge dramas.

    Sadly, many of these great films disappeared without a trace … or did they?

    At Film Classics we have dedicated ourselves to finding and resurrecting these films, putting them to DVD and making them available to like minded film buffs around the world. As the films we are offering are not in commercial distribution or are in the public domain it is therefore legitimate to make them available to like minded collectors. We endeavour to find the best quality print available at all times. However, depending on the source, some imperfections do occur.