Enough of the contemporary or near-contemporary movie lists.
Let's get serious about this and separate the men from the boys, the women from the girls......
What are your favorite films from 1937???
Here are some of mine (in alphabetical order):
THE AWFUL TRUTH A DAMSEL IN DISTRESS EASY LIVING THE GOOD EARTH HISTORY IS MADE AT NIGHT LOST HORIZON THE HURRICANE IN OLD CHICAGO MAKE WAY FOR TOMORROW MAYTIME NIGHT MUST FALL NOTHING SACRED THE PRISONER OF ZENDA SHALL WE DANCE SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN DWARFS STAGE DOOR STELLA DALLAS TOPPER WELLS FARGO
Shall We Dance Make Way for Tomorrow Toast of New York Broadway Melody of 1938 Heidi Lost Horizon Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs Stage Door A Star Is Born Topper Captains Courageous Rosalie Seventh Heaven
I've been in the process of listing my favorite films going backwards from 2012 year by year on my blog. I haven't gotten back to '37 yet, so I'll let the article "1937 in film" on Wikipedia and the previous posts in this thread help me out!
The Awful Truth A Damsel in Distress Elephant Boy Grand Illusion High, Wide and Handsome Make Way for Tomorrow Nothing Sacred Pepe le Moko Shall We Dance Stage Door A Star is Born Way Out West Young and Innocent
I still need to see: A whole lot. There are still both a good deal of classics (not only from '37, but the 1930s as a whole) and lesser known, but intriguing films (my favorite title on the Wiki list: "Humanity and Paper Balloons" from Japan) I want to view.