Best of 60's (10pk)

Best of 60's (10pk)

All your favorite films from the 1960's! 2001: A Space Odyssey, The Music Man, Cool Hand Luke, Doctor Zhivago, The Great Race, Bonnie and Clyde, Viva Las Vegas, Ocean's 11, Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?
All your favorite films from the 1960's! 2001: A Space Odyssey, The Music Man, Cool Hand Luke, Doctor Zhivago, The Great Race, Bonnie and Clyde, Viva Las Vegas, Ocean's 11, Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?

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  • 2001: A Space Odyssey

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    The sci-fi masterpiece from acclaimed producer/director Stanley Kubrick ("A Clockwork Orange", "The Shining", "Full Metal Jacket") about a space voyage to Jupiter that turns chaotic when a computer enhanced with artificial intelligence takes over. Visually breathtaking with Oscar-winning special effects, stunning cinematography, and an Academy Award-nominated script from Kubrick and best-selling sci-fi author, Arthur C. Clarke. Leonard Maltin gives it four stars and declares it "a milestone film." Recently selected as one of the top 25 American films of all time by the prestigious American Film Institute, who also recently selected HAL 9000 as one of the Greatest 50 Villains. Inducted into the Library of Congress National Film Registry.
  • The Music Man

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    It's the Music Man, the screen version of one of Broadway's all-time blockbusters, a skyburst of Americana as irresistible as 4th of July fireworks.
  • Cool Hand Luke

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    When Luke Jackson is arrested for drunkenly vandalizing parking meters, he is sentenced to serve time on a prison chain gang. Although the warden, guards and prisoners all try to break Luke's spirit upon his arrival, it soon becomes clear that Luke is not about to play by anyone else's rules. He eventually earns the respect of his fellow inmates by refusing to back down in a fight, and he earns their friendship by figuring out a way for them to get their hard labor done in half the time. Luke eventually becomes a symbol of hope and resilience for his fellow prisoners, but the more he becomes revered by the inmates, the more he becomes a symbol of rebelliousness that must be stamped out by the guards and the warden.
  • Doctor Zhivago

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    Lara inspires lechery in Komarovsky (her mother's lover who is a master at surviving whoever runs Russia) and can't compete with passion for the revolution of the man she marries, Pasha. Her true love is Zhivago who also loves his wife. Lara is the one who inspires poetry. The story is narrated by Zhivago's half-brother Yevgraf, who has made his career in the Soviet Army. At the beginning of the film he is about to meet a young woman he believes may be the long lost daughter of Lara and Zhivago.
  • The Great Race

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    Academy Award winner Jack Lemmon, Tony Curtis and Natalie Wood star in a slapstick farce about a 22,000-mile road race from New York to Paris set in 1908. Dastardly, black-garbed Dr. Fate (Lemmon) dares the world's greatest hero, The Great Leslie (Curtis), to the race across the Wild West, through frozen Alaska and into the Kingdom of Carpania. Fate sets a series of nefarious traps for Leslie, but neither plans on the indefatigable suffragette Maggie DuBois--the object of both Leslie's and Fate's affection--to enter the race, determined to strike a blow for feminism.
  • Bonnie and Clyde

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    Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway are the legendary Depression-era bandits and lovers in this landmark film that won two Academy Awards and triggered a revolution in screen violence.
  • Viva Las Vegas

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    Elvis Presley (Lucky Jackson) and Ann-Margret (Rusty Martin) star in this fast, fun and sexy story of a racecar driver who chases hot cars and beautiful girls. While working as a waiter in Las Vegas in order to earn money to pay for his new motor car, Lucky swims in a sea of all the wrong girls, until he finally stumbles upon the right one, the woman he loves, Rusty Martin. In this playful battle of the sexes, Lucky and Rusty engage in srewball situations true to romantic comedy fashion, until Lucky ends up losing Rusty and must search the glittering desert Mecca in order to win her back.
  • Ocean's 11

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    The famous "Rat Pack" is never hipper or funnier than in this, the ultimate Las Vegas movie -- quoted, copied and paid homage to in every movie since that's set in the glamourous desert oasis. Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, Sammy DavisJr., and Peter Lawford star as ex-paratroopers who ban together to rob five casinos simultaneously. The caper goes off without a hitch but when one dies of a heart attack, the police seal off the city and the boys must think of a way to get out the loot. Co-starring Angie Dickinson ("Police Woman", "Dressed to Kill").
  • Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?

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    Elizabeth Taylor delivers an Academy Award-winning performance opposite Richard Burton in this adaptation of Edward Albee's groundbreaking Broadway play that rips the façade of civility off the dysfunctional marriage between an alcoholic college professor and his shrew of a wife during a dinner party the two host for a young couple.
  • What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?

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    Bette Davis and Joan Crawford star as two aging sisters--both former celebrities--bound together in a psychopathic relationship by their mutual dependency, jealousy and hatred in this classic, shocking thriller. Academy Award for Best Costume Design and nominated for four additional Academy Awards including Best Actress (Bette Davis) and Best Actor in a Supporting Role (Victor Buono).