Best old Hollywood films to stream right now

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They don’t make ‘em like they used to--but you can still experience the magic of old Hollywood from the comfort of home.

There’s nothing comforting for cinema lovers quite like a classic film that transports us back to a time of glamour where anything goes on the big screen without the flashy spectacles for which modern blockbusters are famous.

If you’re in the mood for an oldie, but a goodie, streaming sites Netflix and Amazon Prime along have plenty of options for a nostalgic night in any day of the week. And if that weren’t enough to impress you, these beloved flicks also feature some of the most influential stars that have ever been created in Hollywood.

Here are our picks for the best classic films you can stream right now:

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“Dirty Harry” (1971)

San Francisco Police Inspector “Dirty” Harry Callahan (Clint Eastwood) is assigned to hunt down a vicious psychopathic killer known as “The Scorpio Killer," (Andrew Robinson) who was inspired by the real-life Zodiac Killer.

Where to find: Netflix

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“Chitty Chitty Bang Bang” (1968)

An eccentric, down-on-his-luck inventor named Caractacus Potts (Dick Van Dyke) transforms a broken-down Grand Prix car into a magical car for his children. But when his father (Lionel Jeffries) is abducted, Potts and his family embark on a journey to a fantasy land in hopes of saving him.

Where to find: Netflix

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“The Stranger” (1946)

Orson Welles kissing Loretta Young sitting in bed in a scene from the film 'The Stranger,' 1946.

Orson Welles kissing Loretta Young sitting in bed in a scene from the film 'The Stranger,' 1946. (Photo by RKO Radio Pictures/Getty Images)

Orson Welles, who directed and starred in this post-war thriller, plays a former Nazi who attempts to live quietly in a small town. However, a UN war crimes investigator is determined to track him down. The film also stars Edward G. Robinson and Loretta Young.

Where to find: Netflix

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“True Grit” (1969)

Stubborn teenager Mattie Ross (Kim Darby) hires drunken, no-nonsense U.S. Marshal Rooster Cogburn (John Wayne) to seek vengeance over the man who murdered her father. This Western drama, which earned Wayne an Oscar, also features Glen Campbell, Robert Duvall and Dennis Hopper, among others.

Where to find: Netflix

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“The Dirty Dozen” (1967)

Rebellious U.S. Army Major (Lee Marvin) is given a crucial assignment during World War II: train a dozen convicted murderers and lead them into a mass assassination mission of German officers. The film also stars Ernest Borgnine, Charles Bronson, John Cassavetes and Donald Sutherland, among others.

Where to find: Netflix

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“Funny Face” (1957)

New York City fashion photographer Dick Avery (Fred Astaire) becomes captivated by a shy bookstore employee named Jo Stockton (Audrey Hepburn), whom he photographed by accident. The pair jet off to Paris, where Stockton is photographed at famous Parisian landmarks. But along the way, Avery falls head over heels--with comical results.

Where to find: Amazon Prime

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“Some Like It Hot” (1959)

When two musicians (Tony Curtis and Jack Lemmon) witness a mob hit, they flee and join an all-female band in disguise. However, it is then that Joe (Curtis), who is dressed up as Josephine, meets blonde bombshell Sugar Kane Kowalczyk (Marilyn Monroe), creating further hilarious complications.

Where to find: Amazon Prime

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“The Graduate” (1967)

American actress Anne Bancroft (1931 - 2005), in character as the seductive older woman Mrs. Robinson, looks at American actor Dustin Hoffman, as Benjamin Braddock, in a publicity still from the film 'The Graduate' directed by Mike Nichols, California, 1967.

American actress Anne Bancroft (1931 - 2005), in character as the seductive older woman Mrs. Robinson, looks at American actor Dustin Hoffman, as Benjamin Braddock, in a publicity still from the film 'The Graduate' directed by Mike Nichols, California, 1967. (Getty)

Disillusioned college graduate Benjamin Braddock (Dustin Hoffman) finds himself romantically torn between Elaine Robinson (Katharine Ross) and her mother, a bored housewife who has no qualms seducing him (Anne Bancroft).

Where to find: Amazon Prime

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“My Man Godfrey” (1936)

In this popular screwball comedy, a scatterbrained socialite named Irene Bullock (Carole Lombard) hires a vagrant (William Powell) for her unhinged family. But while Bullock begins to fall for her new butler, Godfrey goes on to teach his employers a lesson they’ll never forget.

Where to find: Amazon Prime

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“Johnny Guitar” (1954)

Left to right: Ernest Borgnine, Ben Cooper, Royal Dano, Joan Crawford and Scott Brady in 'Johnny Guitar' written and directed by Nicholas Ray.

Left to right: Ernest Borgnine, Ben Cooper, Royal Dano, Joan Crawford and Scott Brady in 'Johnny Guitar' written and directed by Nicholas Ray. (Photo by Sunset Boulevard/Corbis via Getty Images)

Aggressive saloon owner Vienna (Joan Crawford) is accused of murder by her rival Emma Stall (Mercedes McCambridge), who rallies the townsfolk to see revenge. But what will become of her fate when she is challenged to a showdown?

Where to find: Amazon Prime

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