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This list from the American Film Institute (AFI) is a list of the greatest 100 American films of all time. This is the 10th Anniversary list, which appeared 10 years after the AFI released an original list in 1997, and this list appeared as part of an AFI program that was broadcast on CBS in 2007.
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This list from the British Film Institute is one of the most respected lists of the greatest films of all time. Because of tied scores, this Top 50 is actually a list of 51 films.
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 20th Century Fox. (31 December 1963). Christopher Plummer and Julie Andrews on location in Salzburg, 1964. Wikimedia Commons.
 Praefcke, Andreas. (October 2008) Pantages Theatre, Hollywood Boulevard, Los Angeles, California, Box office. Wikimedia Commons.
 Bariscale, Floyd B. (21 March 2009). Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monument No. 225. The movie palace, designed by S. Charles Lee, Broadway, downtown L.A. Big Orange Landmarks. Flickr.
 Rose, Adam. (26 February 2017). "146033_0116 The Oscars: The 89th Oscars broadcast..." Walt Disney Television. Flickr.
 Kahle, Alexander. (July 1941). Promotional still for the 1941 film Citizen Kane: Orson Welles with Dorothy Comingore. RKO Radio Pictures, July 1941. Wikimedia Commons.