Articles on 1960s Classic Movies
|A Hard Day's Night
Released in 1964, A Hard Day's Night came along on a wave of Beatlemania that swept through both Europe and the United States...
Along with Marilyn Monroe, Audrey Hepburn was a major film role model for aspiring actresses and fans alike...
|Carnival of Souls
Haunting, ethereal, and spooky in all the right ways, "Carnival of Souls" captures the themes of alienation, loneliness, and sexual hysteria to near perfection...
In 1963, the highest grossing film of the year was Cleopatra, directed by Joseph L. Mankiewicz. Cleopatra tells the story of the Queen of Egypt of the same name and her struggles to resist the Roman imperial takeover...
|Cold War, Cool Spies
The Cold War was heating-up in the early 60's, but in the world of fiction, spies were becoming very, very cool...
|Disney's One Hundred and One Dalmatians
Disney's One Hundred and One Dalmatians was a full-length animated film first released on January 15, 1961. The story features Roger, a struggling songwriter, and his Dalmatian dog Pongo who fall in love with artist Anita and her Dalmatian dog Perdita...
In the 1960s, spy movies were very popular, with one of the most popular being Dr. No, the first movie in the James Bond, 007 series...
The new cinema of the 1960's led to the frequent portrayal of a new type of leading man, an anti-hero if you will- an ethnic, often poor outsider, loaded with angst...
|Jack Lemmon – American Movie Great
Jack Lemmon was without a doubt one of America's most talented actors, and many of his greatest movies were released in the 1950's and 1960's...
|Lawrence of Arabia
In 1962, director David Lean and producer Sam Spiegel presented a new and exciting film to the public. Lawrence of Arabia, featuring actor Peter O'Toole, became an Academy-award winning movie...
|Night of the Living Dead
When it was released in 1968, Night of the Living Dead brought '60s counter cultural values into the horror movie. Though it was the first movie to do this, it was the only one whose potent social commentary still reverberates today...
Directed and produced by Lewis Milestone, a classic movie from 1960 was the heist film Ocean's Eleven. The film was not immediately popular with critics, but it was remade in 2001, featuring such superstars as Brad Pitt and Matt Damon...
|Ryan O'Neal - A Man in the Tabloid Headlines
Only in Hollywood, can an actor's life be more colorful and be filled with more headlines than it is in the movies in which he acts. Ryan O'Neal is a perfect example of this...
Known as the "King of Cool," Steve McQueen was one of Hollywood's leading actors of the 1960s. He had a reputation for being hard to work with, but was in high demand from the American public, so McQueen also was one of the highest paid actors of this time period...
During the 1950s and 1960s, William Holden was named one of the Top 10 Stars of the Year six times and won a number of awards for his acting abilities...
|Bond, James Bond
A simple enough introduction, but it has become one of the most recognizable lines in cinema history...
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