Montana is a great state for movie lovers. If you're wondering what classic movie Montanans can't get enough of, we have the answer.

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Montana winters are extremely long, and watching movies is a great way to stay entertained when weather conditions force you to stay inside. There's nothing quite like cozying up by the fire on a cold winter day and watching your favorite movies.

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In recent years, Montana has become a popular filming location for TV shows, movies, commercials, and more. Needless to say, Montanans love watching movies.

The website conventrydirect.com just released a list of the most popular classic movie in each state. You might be surprised to find out that A River Runs Through It didn't make the cut this time. After all, we're talking about classic movies like Gone With the WindThe Wizard of Oz, and Citizen Kane.

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The criteria for "Classic Movie" is a movie more than 50 years old. The list was narrowed down to 51 movies, and data from search engines was used to determine the movie that was searched for the most in each state. To learn more about the methodology used, click here.

So, stock up on popcorn and snacks for your next movie night, and if you're not sure what movie to watch, try your state's most popular classic. According to the study, Montana's is Casablanca. Out of all 50 states, Montana was the only state where Casablanca made the cut. The film was released in 1942 and stars Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman. It is considered one of the most iconic films ever made.

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