DVD Patrol: Our favorite black and white movies

Movies always cover a broad spectrum and subjects that mean a lot of different things to everyone in the world. This statement couldn’t be made more true especially when the movie business started back in the early 20th century. Of course, all movies started in black and white. From the early comedies with Charlie Chaplin and the Little Rascals, The Three Stooges, and Laurel and Hardy to even “Frankenstein,” “Dracula,” and “Citizen Kane.” These types of movies are classics whether they are made in the 1930s or even today depending on who you talk to. Jeff Genung and the Toddster decided to so something different with this one and Tyler Murphy got the honor of picking the topic for this one. We all had some really great choices on this one. Let’s find out if any of this appeals to you.

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