A few days ago in a brief exchange of posts @Spahnranch1969 and I mentioned the subject of old black & white cinema. This is an interesting subject, especially for people who reject Jewish Hollywood and its degeneracy. So I was thinking, why not have a thread where users can share their recommendations on early cinema -- and early foreign cinema (from the point of view of the US). Basically, this is a thread devoted to any films or movies that aren't Jewish commercial productions; or at least, devoted to films whose Jewiness has worn somewhat thin over time.
And not only are old black & white films fun to watch but you can kick the Hollywood Jew right in his money pouch every time you watch an old movie in preference to a commercial production from contemporary Hollywood. This is especially true since public libraries have generous inter-library loan programs, & can get you almost any old film you want. Give it a try -- you'll see! A great many old films can be watched free on youtube. If you can connect a computer to a television with a USB cable you're really in luck!
This thread isn't devoted to any particular period, genre, or style. Movies of historical value can be mentioned, as well as those whose philosophical orientation makes them appealing to Aryans. But by all means, suggest also movies that are noteworthy merely as entertainment. In our house we organize regular film nights (sometimes with friends) & we don't always have the time or energy for Jacques Tati's Playtime. But one other advantage of older cinema is that the films are often quite short, & make a great centerpiece around which an evening's entertainment can be organized.
So those users who have any recommendations or opinions on the matter are urged to share them. And if you don't have any, maybe you could watch what the others recommend & then let us know what you think.