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10 Classic Films to Watch with Children

Hello everyone! This video was a special suggestion from my mother and I think a quite useful topic specially for these days in which we stay at home. My intent with this video is to give some recommendations on films that could be suitable to watch with kids and introduce them to classic movies that perhaps don’t get viewed as often under other circumstances. I used my own experience, from films I watched as kid, and other researches to come up with this list but I will also leave links down below with which you can double check the suitability for your children. I am not an expert, these are simply my opinions and I hope you find them useful. As always, stay safe, stay home, keep watching classic films and let’s keep sharing what we love.

10 Classic Movies to Watch with Children:

1 – Singin’ in the Rain (1952) –
2 – The Adventures of Robin Hood (1938) –
3 – Some Like It Hot (1959) –
4 – Journey to the Centre of the Earth (1959) –
5 – Shane (1953) –
6 – The Sound of Music (1965) –
7 – Swiss Family Robinson (1960) –
8 – Meet Me in St. Louis (1944) –
9 – National Velvet (1944) –
10 – It’s a Wonderful Life (1946) –

Follow up links to things mentioned in this video:

· Common Sense Media – a non-profit organization that “provides education and advocacy to families to promote safe technology and media for children.” (via Wikipedia)
· Singin’ in the Rain – Image credit via The Wall Street Journal:
· Some Like It Hot – Image credit via Moviefone:
· Journey to the Centre of the Earth – Image credit via Retrozap:
· The Sound of Music – Image credit via Bonington Theatre:
· The Sound of Music – Image credit via The NY Post:
· Swiss Family Robinson – Image credit via The Treeographer:
· National Velvet – Image credit via Jonkers Rare Books:
· National Velvet – Image credit via Silver Scenes Blog:
· It’s a Wonderful Life – Image credit via The Telegraph:

Films mentioned in this video:

· Mary Poppins (1964) –
· Little Women (1949) –
· The Wizard of Oz (1939) –
· Bringing Up Baby (1938) –

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