21. Greta Garbo laughing in Ninotchka (1939). If you want to make Greta Garbo laugh, all you have to do is fall off a chair. That's what Melvyn Douglas did.
22. Clark Gable's «Frankly, my dear, I don't give a damn!» line in Gone with the Wind (1939). Frankly, my dears, it serves her right!
23. Irene Dunne imitating «Bianca» in My Favorite Wife (1940). Honestly, the real Bianca never stood a chance against Queen Dunne.
24. Tyrone Power fiddling with his handkerchief in The Mark of Zorro (1940). All hail Tyrone Power, the undisputed king of flamboyance.
26. James Stewart pulling up his trousers to reveal his skinny legs in The Shop Around the Corner (1940). This man was the definition of dork.
29. Barbara Stanwyck fiddling with Henry Fonda's hair in The Lady Eve (1941). Hank is so smitten he can barely string two sentences together.
30. Humphrey Bogart saying «Here's looking at you, kid.» in Casablanca (1942). Hands down, my favourite movie quote of all time.
31. Robert Taylor eating a banana in Her Cardboard Lover (1942). Why this scene fascinates me so much, I honestly couldn't tell you.
32. Ronald Reagan asking where's the rest of him in Kings Row (1942). If you're skeptical about Ronald Reagan being a good actor, watch this film.
33. Bette David and Paul Henreid's cigarette ritual in Now, Voyager (1942). Why ask for the moon when we have the stars?
34. Katharine Hepburn «making» Spencer Tracy breakfast in Woman of the Year (1942). Were those pancakes or melting rubber?
35. James Cagney dancing down the stairs of the White House in Yankee Doodle Dandy (1942). Once a song-and-dance man, always a song-and-dance man.
36. Gary Cooper's blue eyes in For Whom the Bell Tolls (1943). First time seeing Gary Cooper in colour. Let me just say, I felt things.
37. Dana Andrews untying his tie in Laura (1944). Robert Taylor eating a banana and Dana Andrews untying his tie. Why am I fascinated by such random scenes?
38. Lauren Bacall «teaching» Humphrey Bogart how to whistle in To Have and Have Not (1944). These two should have written a book on how to flirt.
39. Joseph Cotten declaring his love for Ginger Rogers just before she goes back to prison in I'll Be Seeing You (1944). The romantic in me can't deal.