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Everybody's talkin' : the top films of 1965-1969

Author: Barry Monush
Publisher: New York : Applause Theatre & Cinema Books, 2009.
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"The 1960s were as much a watershed in cinema as they were in the wider world, This was the decade during which censorship codes were demolished and the studio contract system fell apart. It was also a time when many filmmakers abandoned glossy studio product in favor of movies with a less conventional style. This is especially true of the late 1960s; some of the most daring, colorful, outrageous, and enduring of
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Barry Monush
ISBN: 9781557836182 1557836183
OCLC Number: 261174453
Description: xvi, 378 pages, [16] pages of plates : illustrations (some color) ; 28 cm
Contents: Those magnificent films on those cinema screens, or how I flew from New York to London to write about the Sixties in 4 years, 10 months, 25 hours, 11 minutes --
Thank you all very much --1965: The Sound of Music --
The Pawnbroker --
Cat Ballou --
Shenandoah --
Those Magnificent Men in their Flying Machines or How I Flew from London to Paris in 25 hours, 11 Minutes --
The Collector --
What's New Pussycat --
Von Ryan's Express --
The Sandpiper --
The Great Race --
Ship of Fools --
Darling --
Help! --
That Darn Cat! --
A Patch of Blue --
A Thousand Clowns --
The Flight of the Phoenix --
Othello --
The Spy Who Came in from the Cold --
Thunderball --
Doctor Zhivago --
Inside Daisy Clover --
1966: The Shop on Main Street --
Morgan! --
Born Free --
The Russians are Coming, the Russians are Coming --
Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? --
Lt. Robin Crusoe, U.S.N. --
A Man and a Woman --
Alfie --
Fantastic Voyage --
The Bible --
Seconds --
Hawaii --
A Funny thing Happened on the way to the Forum --
Georgy Girl --
The Fortune Cookie --
The Professionals --
You're a Big Boy Now --
A Man for all Seasons --
Blowup --
The Sand Pebbles --
Grand Prix --
1967: Thoroughly Modern Millie --
Two for the Road --
Barefoot in the Park --
You Only LIve Twice --
To Sir, with Love --
The Dirty Dozen --
The Whisperers --
In the Heat of the Night --
Bonnie and Clyde --
The Battle of Algiers --
Closely Watched Trains --
The Jungle Book --
Camelot --
Wait until Dark --
Cool Hand Luke --
The Producers --
Guess Who's Coming to Dinner --
In Cold Blood --
Valley of the Dolls --
Doctor Dolittle --
The Graduate --
1968: Planet of the Apes --
2001: A Space Odyssey --
Yours, Mine and Ours --
War and Peace --
The Odd Couple --
Rosemary's Baby --
The Green Berets --
The Thomas Crown Affair --
The Heart is a Lonely Hunter --
Rachel, Rachel --
Funny Girl --
Charly --
Romeo and Juliet --
Finian's Rainbow --
The Subject was Roses --
Bullitt --
Star! --
The Lion in Winter --
Foxes --
The Fixer --
Oliver! --
Isadora --
1969: The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie --
The Love Bug --
Goodbye, Columbus --
Midnight Cowboy --
Last Summer --
True Grit --
The Wild Bunch --
Easy Rider --
Alice's Restaurant --
Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid --
Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice --
Paint your Wagon --
The Sterile Cuckoo --
Goodbye, Mr. Chips --
Z --
They Shoot Horses, Don't They? --
Marooned --
Cactus Flower --
Hello, Dolly! --
Anne of the Thousand Days --
The Happy Ending --
The Reivers.
Responsibility: Barry Monush.

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The movies of the 1960s ran the gamut from glossy studio product to a less linear and less inhibited style of filmmaking. It was the decade during which censorship codes were demolished and the  Read more...

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