Post-Edwardian Films - Gallery 1 of 3

This is the final instalment of period dramas sorted by era which covers all the great films that take place during the war years (WW1 and WW2) and beyond including those that take us up to the Sixties. [over 200 films from the 20th century]

POST-EDWARDIAN PERIOD DRAMAS (1915 - 1960s)
Part 1 [A to H] ... Part 2 [I to S]... Part 3 [T to W]





















































































































































































































































































See more period dramas sorted by era

84 Charing Cross Road (1987)
A Bear named Winnie ww1
A Beautiful Mind 1940
A League of Their Own (1992)
A Love Divided (1999) –1950s
A Month in the Country (1987)
A River Runs Through It (1992)
A Very Long Engagement
African Queen
All the King’s Men
All the Pretty Horses 1940s
Amelia (2009)
An Education 1961
Anne Frank: The Whole Story
Annie
Atonement 1935
Australia (1989)
Ballet Shoes 1930s
Berlin 36 (2009)
Bertie and Elizabeth (2002) 1930s
Big Fish (2003)
Boardwalk Empire (2010)
Bobby Jones : Stroke of Genius (2004)
Brideshead Revisited 1920s-40s
Captain Corelli’s Mandolin ww2
Capturing Mary
Changeling (2008) - 1928
Chariots of Fire 1924
Charlotte Gray (2001) – WW2
Chicago (2002)
Chocolat (2000)
Chronicles of Narnia
Cinderella Man (2005)
Circle of Friends
Cold Comfort Farm
Corinna, Corinna 1959
Death Defying Acts (2007)
De-Lovely (2004)
Driving Miss Daisy 1948
Easy Virtue (2008)
Edward and Mrs. Simpson (1978)
Enemy at the Gates 2001 ww2
Enigma
Evening (2007)
Evita 1940s
Falling for a Dancer (1998) 1930s
Forever Young (1992)
Foyle’s War
Fried Green Tomatoes (1991)
From Time to Time (2009) – WW2/Regency
Gallipoli
Georgia O’Keefe (2009)
Get Low 1930s
Glorious 39
Gosford Park
Grey Owl 1930
Hemingway vs. Callaghan (2003)
Hoosiers (1986)
Hope and Glory (1987)
Houdini (1998)

4 comments:

  1. Yea! Finally, someone acknowledges the period from WW1 down to the 60's as I love this era too (especially the 60's). As usual, many I've never heard of! Don't forget the American Girl Kit & Molly films too! :-)

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  2. @The Divine Ms. M
    I love to watch dramas from so many eras including the 60s! I hate to get stuck in one era although I often will be fascinated with one at a time!
    I forgot to include Kit and Molly films but they are mentioned elsewhere on the blog!

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  3. Ditto! Although for variety & to be sure I give time to each, I designate different days & times in which I read, listen to music from, & maybe watch a film/TV series from a particular era. Ah ok, cool! At least you didn't totally forget them then! Lol. Have you seen Flipped? That film was cute...reminded me of Stand By Me & The Sandlot, My Girl, ect.

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  4. @The Divine Ms. M
    I've heard of Flipped but have not seen it. Glad to hear you recommend it!

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