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Encyclopedia > List of movies

This group of articles compose an alphabetical list of films with entries in Wikipedia (or films of significance which have references in Wikipedia even if no articles yet appear, such as Academy Award winning films, for example).


The words a, an, and the are ignored in the alphabetisation. For the time being, the division is not competely by letter, but by letter grouping. Requests for film entries can be found (and added) on the talk page.


Wikipedia also categorizes films by genre, by year, by language and by decade:

List of 2000s movies       Movies starting with a number
List of 1990s movies Movies starting with A-D
List of 1980s movies Movies starting with E-I
List of 1970s movies Movies starting with J-R
List of 1960s movies Movies starting with S-Z
List of 1950s movies
List of 1940s movies
List of 1930s movies
List of 1920s movies

Note that the lists are not automatically updated, and that articles may contain spoilers.

Films by location

See also: Archive of fictional things

See also

External links

  • The Internet Movie Database (http://www.imdb.com/) - The IMDb is a very comprehensive guide to movies, including current and future releases.

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The List of Railway Movies (4299 words)
The list was last modified on March 2, 1997; it was last posted on December 5, 1995, on that occasion to uk.railway, misc.transport.rail.americas, misc.transport.rail.europe, and misc.transport.urban-transit.
Movies of less than feature length (say 75 minutes, or somewhat less for older films) are also excluded; for example, Buster Keaton's 1965 film "The Railrodder", and the famous 1936 British doc- umentary "Night Mail", are both shorts and so not listed.
It is not a list of *realistic* movies about trains; I'm not qualified to evaluate all the technical details, but I can certainly say that many of the films have serious flaws in their depiction of railways.
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