Favorite Movies of 1973?

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Una breve vacanza (De Sica's last great movie, died within a year)
Payday
Blume in Love
The Last Detail
Papillon
Paper Moon
Scarecrow
Turks fruit
El castillo de la pureza
Deux hommes dans la ville
Scener ur ett äktenskap
The Long Goodbye
The Outfit
The Day of the Jackal
Breezy

Favorite Documentary - "Come On Children"



5. Coffy
4. F for Fake
3. Charlotte's Web
2. Fantastic Planet
1. The Long Goodbye
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honorable mentions:

Don’t Look Now Nicolas Roeg
Westworld Michael Crichton
F for Fake Orson Welles
Live and Let Die Guy Hamilton
Lucky Luciano Francesco Rosi
High Plains Drifter Clint Eastwood
Papillon Franklin J. Schaffner
Badlands Terrence Malick
The Day of the Jackal Fred Zinnemann
American Graffiti George Lucas


10. My Name Is Nobody Tonino Valerii
9. Serpico Sidney Lumet
8. The Seven-Ups Philip D’Antoni
7. Pat Garrett & Billy the Kid Sam Peckinpah
6. The Exorcist William Friedkin
5. Paper Moon Peter Bogdanovich
4. Lady Snowblood Toshiya Fujita
3. The Long Goodbye Robert Altman
2. The Sting George Roy Hill
1. Enter the Dragon Robert Clouse





Ghouls, vampires, werewolves... let's party.
Battle for the Planet of the Apes
The Day of the Jackal
Dillinger
The Exorcist
High Plains Drifter
The Last Detail
The Legend of Hell House
Live and Let Die
Magnum Force
Papillon
Sssssss
Serpico
The Seven-Ups
Sleeper
Soylent Green
The Sting
Theatre of Blood
The Vault of Horror
Westworld
The Wicker Man



Bright light. Bright light. Uh oh.
American Graffiti
The Exorcist
The Three Musketeers
The Sting
Serpico
Jesus Christ Superstar
The Day of the Jackal
The Paper Chase
Pueblo
Dillinger
Paper Moon
The Thief Who Came to Dinner
Papillon
The Last of Sheila
Cinderella Liberty
The Last Detail
My Name Is Nobody
Charley Varrick
Emperor of the North
World on a Wire
Eight Hours Don't Make a Day
Property Is No Longer a Theft
Jimi Hendrix
Hit!
Lady Snowblood
Lone Wolf and Cub: Baby Cart in the Land of Demons
Manson
Let the Good Times Roll
Save the Children
Swastika
Blume in Love
The Girl Most Likely to...
Belladonna of Sadness
Day for Night
Amarcord
The Wicker Man
Westworld
The Way We Were
The Mad Adventures of Rabbi Jacob
Wattstax
Walking Tall
Turkish Delight
The Last Train
A Touch of Class
Theater of Blood
The Spook Who Sat by the Door
Soylent Green
Sleeper
Fantastic Planet
O Lucky Man!
Malizia
Magnum Force
Live and Let Die
Kid Blue
Battles Without Honor and Humanity
Hiroshima Death Match
Proxy War
Isn't It Shocking?
The Iceman Cometh
Heavy Traffic
Harry in Your Pocket
Frankenstein: The True Story
Executive Action
Enter the Dragon
Electra Glide in Blue
Charlotte's Web
Cops and Robbers
Breezy
Happy New Year
The Night Strangler
High Plains Drifter
Come on Children
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There are several movies from 1973 that I like and respect, but only a few movies that I consider among my favorites.

My Favorite 1973 Movies:
Bang the Drum Slowly
Robin Hood
The Sting
The Way We Were

These two movies are favorites more for the music than the movie itself:
Jonathan Livingston Seagull
American Graffiti
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1. Papillon
2. The Long Goodbye
3. The Hourglass Sanatorium
4. Day for Night
5. The Holy Mountain
6. Frankenstein: The True Story
7. The Exorcist
8. F for Fake
9. Lisa and the Devil
10. High Plains Drifter



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Enter The Dragon

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La Grande bouffe
The Exorcist
Payday
The Long Goodbye
The Mother and the Whore
The Wicker Man
The Last Detail
Save the Tiger
Bread and Chocolate
Blume in Love
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Amarcord
I Will Walk Like a Crazy Horse
The Fighting Fists of Shanghai Joe
Fantastic Planet
Duvidha
The Belladonna of Sadness
Lady Snowblood



American Graffiti
Badlands
Don't Look Now
Enter the Dragon
The Exorcist
Fantastic Planet
F for Fake
The Friends of Eddie Coyle
High Plains Drifter
The Holy Mountain
Lady Snowblood
The Last Detail
The Long Goodbye
Magnum Force
Mean Streets
My Name is Nobody
Paper Moon
Pat Garrett and Billy the Kid
Robin Hood
Serpico
Shaft in Africa
Sleeper
The Spirit of the Beehive
The Sting
The Wicker Man
World on a Wire

Like and would recommend.



Maybe not be my Top, but both The Wicker Man and Belladonna of Sadness are so unique that I think are a "must watch" for any cinephile.
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Definitely Spirit of the Beehive, which is one of the best movies I've ever seen. I also love Badlands, The Holy Mountain, The Exorcist and Serpico.
I still haven't seen The Long Goodbye. I need to get on that.
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Paper Moon
Enter the Dragon
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