Yes, seen and enjoy all of those. And the actors are definitely “iconic” but that doesn’t mean they were particularly great. They were great for their time, perhaps. “Classic actors”, objectively, chew the ever-lovin’-shit out of the scenery. The reason why you can’t find actors like that today is because they just can’t get away with that kind of acting anymore. It’s ridiculously unnatural.
It’s probably not all the actors’ fault. Film was still a new technology and a lot of actors came from the stage. That coupled with really poor audio recording that meant everybody had to both en-unc-iate-ev-er-y-cyll-a-ble and PROJECT TO THE AUDIENCE… just made it really hammy.
I think it was around Marlon Brando’s era that things started to take a turn for the better. But truth be told, I wouldn’t be mad if someone made a “classic” styled movie with “classic” styled acting.