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Movies Watched in February 2007

1. 2007/02/01 Baby Doll. Drama. (1956, 114 mins.) NR
2. 2007/02/02 Million Dollar Baby. Drama. (2004, 132 mins.) NR
3. 2007/02/06 The Tragedy of Macbeth. Shakespeare. (1971, 0 mins.) NR
4. 2007/02/08 Some Like It Hot. Comedy. (1959, 122 mins.) NR
5. 2007/02/09 The Poseidon Adventure. Action. (1972, 117 mins.) NR
6. 2007/02/10 Breakfast at Tiffanys. Comedy. (1961, 115 mins.) NR
7. 2007/02/11 Rashômon. Drama. (1950, 88 mins.) NR
8. 2007/02/11 The Guns of Navarone. War. (1961, 158 mins.) NR
9. 2007/02/11 Star Wars: Episode VI - Return of the Jedi. Drama. (1983, 134 mins.) NR
10. 2007/02/12 Like Water For Chocolate. Romantic Comedy. (1992, 105 mins.) NR
11. 2007/02/13 My Fair Lady. Musical. (1964, 170 mins.) NR
12. 2007/02/13 Annie Get Your Gun. Musical. (1950, 107 mins.) NR
13. 2007/02/15 Out Of The Past. Biographical. (1947, 97 mins.) NR
14. 2007/02/17 De Fem benspænd. Documentary. (2003, 90 mins.) NR
15. 2007/02/17 The Ghost and Mrs. Muir. Romantic Comedy. (1947, 104 mins.) NR
16. 2007/02/17 Mighty Aphrodite. Comedy. (1995, 95 mins.) NR
17. 2007/02/18 The Maltese Falcon. Crime. (1941, 101 mins.) NR
18. 2007/02/19 Seize the Day. Drama. (1986, 93 mins.) NR
19. 2007/02/20 From Russia with Love. James Bond. (1963, 115 mins.) NR
20. 2007/02/20 A Streetcar Named Desire. Drama. (1951, 122 mins.) NR
21. 2007/02/21 Spellbound. Thriller. (1945, 111 mins.) NR
22. 2007/02/22 A Streetcar Named Desire. Drama. (1951, 122 mins.) NR
23. 2007/02/23 The Thin Man. Comedy. (1934, 91 mins.) NR
24. 2007/02/26 The Enemy Below. War. (1957, 98 mins.) NR
25. 2007/02/26 The French Lieutenant's Woman. Drama. (1981, 124 mins.) NR
26. 2007/02/27 The Sweet Hereafter. Drama. (1997, 112 mins.) NR
27. 2007/02/28 South Pacific. Musical. (1958, 157 mins.) NR

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