If I might suggest: the 1930's versions of The Prisoner of Zenda, The 39 Steps, and The Lady Vanishes. Since you say you like Disney, have you seen The Moon-Spinners? If you like costume pictures/swashbucklers, I can also heartily recommend another Disney: The Sword and the Rose. Lots of action (including sword-fights) and plenty of romance.
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Post by dirtypillows on Sept 18, 2019 18:36:59 GMT
You could say that "Thelma and Louise" qualifies as a romance film with some action. The action is obvious and the movie really is a love story between two women friends. The film does romanticize 3rd wave feminist POV. At least they had one male played by Harvey Keitel who was not grossly misogynistic.
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