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10 FilmStruck Movies You Can Still Stream Right Now

Dial M for Murder from Warner Bros.
Dial M for Murder from Warner Bros.

Today, you will no longer be able to watch classic Hollywood films on FilmStruck, the two-year-old streaming service by TCM & The Criterion Collection which shut its doors just yesterday. While there is not (yet) another streaming service quite like it, all hope is not lost.

Here are just a few of our favorite FilmStruck movies that you can find in other streaming services right now. (See the complete list of FilmStruck movies available elsewhere right here.)

Dial M for Murder – Popcornflix & Tubi TV
Type: CrimeThrillerMysteryDrama 
Release Date: 
Director: Alfred Hitchcock
Starring: Ray MillandGrace KellyRobert Cummings
Rating: 88% RT, 8.2/10 IMDb

In this mystery, the beautiful wife of an English sportsman (played by Grace Kelly in one of her most iconic roles) is terrorized by an in-home invader when her husband plots her murder.

The Magnificent Seven – Prime Video  
Type: Action & Adventure
Release Date: 1960
Director: John Sturges
Starring: Yul Brynner, Steve McQueen, Charles Bronson
Rating: 88% RT, 7.8/10 IMDb

If you’ve not seen the original Magnificent Seven, you should definitely head on over to Prime Video to give this one a watch. When a Mexican village is terrorized by a ruthless band of outlaws and their leader, a group of men is assembled to help the townspeople save their land and themselves.

The Great Escape – Tribeca Short List
Type: Action & Adventure, Drama, History, Mystery, Thriller
Release Date: 1963
Director: John Sturges
Starring: James Garner, Donald Pleasence, Steve McQueen
Rating: 8.2/10 IMDb

Set in a German POW camp during WWII, The Great Escape follows a group of Allied soldiers as they attempt to break free from their prison. With outstanding leading men like Steve McQueen and James Garner, this classic is a must-watch.

Till the Clouds Roll By – Prime Video, Dove Channel, Secrets of Cinema, Epix, SnagFilms & Tubi TV
Type: Biography, Musical, Comedy
Release Date: 1946
Director: Richard Whorf
Starring: Judy Garland, Lena Horne, Frank Sinatra
Rating: 100% RT, 6.5/10 IMDb

Talk about your star-studded cast! This is the classic Hollywood musical in its most grand form ever. Witch catchy numbers, stunning costume design, and innumerable familiar faces, this fictionalized story of the famous composer Jerome Kern is sure to be a crowd pleaser.

A Star is Born – Prime Video
Type: Musical, Drama, Romance
Release Date: 1954
Director: George Cukor
Starring: Judy Garland, James Mason, Jack Cason
Rating: 97% RT, 7.8/10 IMDb

In this musical version of A Star is Born, Judy Garland portrays the lead character in a role she was made to play. Set during the time of the big studio musicals, the story takes place in that world. Judy is Esther, an aspiring star who meets the dashing Norman Maine. With Norman’s help, Esther is able to catch her big break and the two begin an epic if tragic, romance.

The Inspector General – Prime Video, Shout Factory TV, Dove Channel, Epix, PopcornFlix, SnagFilms, TubiTV
Type: Comedy, Romance, Musical
Release Date: 1949
Director: Henry Koster
Starring: Danny Kaye, Walter Slezak, Barbara Bates
Rating: 89%, 6.8/10 IMDb

The Inspector General is a little-known but often hilarious comedy about a case of mistaken identity. A salesman who is down on his luck gets mistaken for a powerful diplomat, and things just get stranger from there.

Rashomon – TCM, FilmBox
Type: Crime, Drama, Mystery, Thriller
Release Date: 1950
Director: Akira Kurosawa
Starring: Toshiro Mifune, Machiko Kyo, Masayuki Mori
Rating: 98% RT, 8.3/10 IMDb

One of the most well-known pictures from famed director Akira Kurosawa, Rashomon is the story of the murder of a samurai and the ensuing trial and investigation.

The Black Stallion – Rent or buy from $0.99 and up
Type: Action & Adventure, Family, Sport
Release Date: 1979
Director: Carroll Ballard
Starring: Kelly Reno, Mickey Rooney, Teri Garr
Rating: 89% RT, 7.4/10 IMDb

Based on the children’s book of the same name by Walter Farley, the story of The Black Stallion is the story of a boy and a horse. Both have escaped a deadly shipwreck, only to find themselves stranded on a deserted island, and eternally bonded.

The Man Who Knew Too Much – Shudder, FilmBox
Type: Crime, Thriller, Mystery, Drama, Action & Adventure
Release Date: 1956
Director: Alfred Hitchcock
Starring: James Stewart, Doris Day, Brenda De Banzie
Rating: 88% RT, 8.2/10 IMDb

Another Hitchcock picture, The Man Who Knew Too Much stars two of Hollywood’s sweethearts, Doris Day and Jimmy Stewart. While on vacation with his wife in Morocco, a man uncovers a sinister assassination plot and as a result, his entire family is put at risk.

Citizen Kane – TCM
Type: Thriller, Mystery, Drama, Action & Adventure
Release Date: 1941
Director: Orson Welles
Starring: Orson Welles, Joseph Cotten, Dorothy Comingore
Rating: 100% RT, 8.4/10 IMDb

Commonly referred to as the greatest film of all time, this Orson Welles drama, tells the tale of a simple reporter left to decipher the final words of a newspaper tycoon, Charles Foster Kane.

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