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Top Movies of 1950

The best movies of 1950 are calculated by community movie ratings and members' "Top Movies List". The top films from the year 1950 are updated daily.


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Winchester '73
Winchester '73 2.90/4 Add to movie list

Language: English
Genre: Western
MPAA rating: NR
Director: Anthony Mann
Actors: James Stewart, Shelley Winters, Dan Duryea
Plot: In two parallel stories - a man is on the trail of a stolen rifle he won in a contest while we follow the story of the rifle itself as it switches many hands.


Gigi (1950)
Gigi (1950) 3.00/4 Add to movie list

Language: French
Genre: Comedy
MPAA rating: NR
Director: Jacqueline Audry
Actors: Gaby Morlay, Jean Tissier, Yvonne de Bray
Plot: A teen raised to be a demimondaine isn't ready to step into that role until she becomes involved with a rich playboy and finds the perfect opportunity to perfect that role.


Summer Stock
Summer Stock 2.97/4 Add to movie list

Language: English
Genre: Musical/Romance
MPAA rating: NR
Director: Charles Walters
Actors: Judy Garland, Gene Kelly, Phil Silvers
Plot: Jane Falbury runs a New England farm and, giving her actress friend Abigail a hand - allows her troupe to use her barn as a theater. Things get complicated when Judy falls for the director - a man who is engaged to the leading lady, Abigail.


Orpheus ( Orphée )
Orpheus ( Orphée ) 2.88/4 Add to movie list

Language: French
Genre: Drama/Fantasy
MPAA rating: NR
Director: Jean Cocteau
Actors: Jean Marais, François Périer, María Casares
Plot: The young poet is introduced to The Princess - death itself, and becomes ensnared by her. His wife, Eurydice, wants to tell him of her pregnancy but is ignored - and is killed a short time later. Orpheus wants to save he and goes through a mirror to the Underworld. Once there, The Princess agrees they can leave together - provided Orpheus leads the way and never looks back on his wife until they have exited the Underworld.


Rio Grande (1950)
Rio Grande (1950) 2.78/4 Add to movie list

Language: English
Genre: Romance/Western
MPAA rating: NR
Director: John Ford
Actors: John Wayne, Maureen O'Hara, Ben Johnson
Plot: Union officer Kirby Yorke takes on the Apaches, and attempts to mend his own broken family, at an outpost on the Rio Grande.


Scandal ( Shubun )
Scandal ( Shubun ) 3.00/4 Add to movie list

Language: Japanese
Genre: Drama
MPAA rating: NR
Director: Akira Kurosawa
Actors: Toshirô Mifune, Shirley Yamaguchi, Yôko Katsuragi
Plot: A Japanese industrialist is so obsessed by fear of a nuclear attack that he plots to give up everything he has built and relocate his family to Brazil. A study of postwar upheaval in Japan - cultural, generational, ideological.


In a Lonely Place
In a Lonely Place 2.80/4 Add to movie list

Language: English
Genre: Drama/Mystery
MPAA rating: NR
Director: Nicholas Ray
Actors: Humphrey Bogart, Gloria Grahame, Frank Lovejoy
Plot: Bogart stars as a boozy, moody Hollywood screenwriter who may or may not be a twisted murderer.


The Furies
The Furies 2.94/4 Add to movie list

Language: English
Genre: Drama/Romance
MPAA rating: NR
Director: Anthony Mann
Actors: Barbara Stanwyck, Wendell Corey, Walter Huston
Plot: The Furies ranch is run by the iron-fisted T.C. Jeffords, who considers himself a Napoleon-like figure. His firebrand daughter, Vance, is set to inherit the ranch one day but is complicated by Rip Darrow, a saloon owner she fancies who is seeking revenge for land T.C. stole years before and a gold-digging woman who captures T.C.'s eye.


Born Yesterday (1950)
Born Yesterday (1950) 2.77/4 Add to movie list

Language: English
Genre: Comedy/Romance
MPAA rating: NR
Director: George Cukor
Actors: Judy Holliday, Broderick Crawford, William Holden
Plot: The loud, brash and uncouth junkyard tycoon Harry Brock comes to Washington D.C. looking to pocket a Congressman or two. His mistress, ex-showgirl Billie Dawn, needs to be taught how to fit into to more high-class society, so he hires a tutor, Paul Verrall to soften up her rough edges. Yet the more Billie learns, the more she realizes what a brute her husband really is - and starts to fall for her tutor instead.


D.O.A. (1950)
D.O.A. (1950) 2.77/4 Add to movie list

Language: English
Genre: Drama/Mystery
MPAA rating: NR
Director: Rudolph Maté
Actors: Edmond O'Brien, Pamela Britton, Luther Adler
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