All of those will work just fine with any EF (not EF-S) lenses.
Of the 4, I'd put the 1 at the top, then the 630, then the two Rebels. The 630 was the 3rd autofocus body Canon put out, after the 620 and the 650. The 630 takes the best of those two, and is a really great (albeit old) camera. I have about half dozen of them sitting in my camera room, along with 620's and 650's.
The EOS 1 is/was a pro-level camera. Great camera, but I think it's hard to justify it's price nowadays.
Unlike today's cameras, there was no difference in 'sensor', as all film cameras had the same sensor - the film. So IMO, the lens is more important then the body when it comes to film cameras, but... the features of the bodies can be just as important. Many Rebel level cameras (ie, consumer grade) from all the manufacturers lacked different features or capabilities (full manual as a good example), and thats what really made the difference.
If you want to spend as much as possible, get the 1. If you want a Pro-sumer level body on the cheap, get the 630. If you want lightweight over-priced plastic, get one of the Rebels.
And as a bonus - if you decide on a 630, I'll sell you one for $15 including US shipping. Guaranteed to be working 100%. If you want one of the Rebels, it's $10 shipped. Just PM me.