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    Mary Poppins

    Mary Poppins

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    Released 1964
    Disney classic about an English nanny, who reconnects a proper English father preoccupied with his job and his wife, an ardent suffragette, with their two kids. Academy Award-winners for: Actress, Musical Score, Song, Visual Effects and Film Editing; Academy Award-nominations for: Best Picture, Art Direction, Cinematography, Costume Design, Directing, Sound, Screenplay.moreless
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    To Kill a Mockingbird

    To Kill a Mockingbird

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    Released 1962
    To Kill a Mockingbird is the story of Jean Louise Finch (Mary Badham) a girl, known to friends and family by the nickname Scout, who lives in Maycomb, Alabama in the early 20th century. Along with her brother, Jeremy Jem Finch (Phillip Alford), and their friend, Charles Dill Harris (John Megna), Scout lives an idyllic life, one of games and fun, and wondering what the town bogeyman, Arthur Boo Radley (Robert Duvall), is up to. However, when their father Atticus Finch (Gregory Peck) becomes the defending attorney for Tom Robinson (Brock Peters), a black man falsely accused of raping a white woman, things quickly change. During the course of the trial, life turns upside down and the children must face evils and racism born of ignorance and hate. The love, safety, and innocence of their life quickly vanishes when people turn against the family in reaction to Atticus defending Tom Robinson.moreless
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    The Sound of Music

    The Sound of Music

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    Released 1965
    The Sound of Music is the 1965 musical sensation that has become a staple of the genre, won numerous Academy Awards and remains one of the most beloved films of all time, from director Robert Wise (The Day the Earth Stood Still). Julie Andrews (My Fair Lady) stars as Maria, a nun who is just so in love with the world. The nuns get tired of it, so they send her off to become the nanny of Colonel Von Trapp's (Christopher Plummer, Wolf, Dolores Claiborne) house. There are tons of kids in the family. At first, the kids don't like her, but they soon start to. There are many things going on in the house. The oldest daughter is dating a Nazi. The father is engaged to a obstreperous shrew. Maria soon falls in love with the father, and the father soon falls for her. Winner of five Oscars including Best Picture, Best Director and Best Music.moreless
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    Judex

    Judex

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    Released 1963
    Judex, Latin for "judge", takes the name of the main character's assumed identity. In this melodramatic mystery, Judex (Channing Pollock) employs disguises and elaborate magic tricks while pursuing criminals and defending those they have wronged. Wealthy banker Favraux (Michel Vitold) refuses to comply with a mysterious note from Judex threatening him with death if he does not repay everyone he has swindled. Judex makes a dramatic entrance to the shyster's masked costume ball and drugs him so that he appears dead. Favraux revives, only to discover that Judex has spared his life but now holds him captive. Meanwhile, former governess Diana (Francine Berg'') kidnaps Favraux's widowed daughter Jacqueline (Edith Scob) to get the money which she thinks Jacqueline has inherited. Judex backs up bumbling detective Cocantin (Jacques Jouanneau) as he attempts to rescue Jacqueline and foil Diana's schemes. Georges Franju's surrealistic 1963 production, based on silent filmmaker Louis Feuillade's 1914 French series of the same name, remains in the original French with English subtitles added.moreless
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    The Tomb of Ligeia

    The Tomb of Ligeia

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    Released 1964
    The Tomb of Ligeia is an eerie film adaptation of Edgar Allen's Poe's work of the same name about a man who becomes obsessed with the idea of reuniting with his dead wife. Though it has been years since his headstrong wife Ligeia committed suicide, Verdon Fell (Vincent Price) still adores her and believes she will return to him once more. After an odd accident in which Rowena Trevanion (Elizabeth Shepherd), the daughter of a nearby lord, is thrown from her horse onto Ligeia's grave, Fell becomes quite interested in the young woman and the two are eventually married. The still distraught widower, however, becomes obsessed with the idea that Ligeia's spirit has been instilled in the body of Rowena, and begins to exhibit odd, erratic behavior, causing his new bride call for help to cure her new husband of his obsession. Legendary director Roger Corman leads this spirited adaptation, haunting and terrifying throughout.moreless
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    Gambit

    Gambit

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    Released 1966
    Starring Michael Caine and Shirley MacLaine, Gambit is a delightful yet deadly game of international cat-and-mouse. The fast-paced caper takes off in Hong Kong where a dapper English cat burglar (Caine) enlists the aid of a Eurasian dancer (MacLaine), to help him in an elaborate scheme to grab an age-old artifact from the heavily secured palace of a powerful Middle Eastern tycoon. Unfortunately, the foolproof scheme begins to backfire shortly after it starts and the duo must pull out all the stops if they hope to come out on top.moreless
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    The Great Escape

    The Great Escape

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    Released 1963
    The Great Escape is based on a true story about World War II prisoners of war (POWs) and how they attempted one of the most elaborate prison escapes of their time. Captain Hilt (Steve McQueen) and his soldiers are held at a POW camp in Nazi Germany. With the chance of rescue being slim and conditions worsening in the camp, the men decide to escape. Each man is given a special task, such as creating fake identification for each soldier to use on the 'outside' as well as tailoring clothes in order for them to go unnoticed, and not stand out as prisoners of war. Through careful planning and construction, the entire camp starts to excavate and build an underground tunnel with the hopes of getting past the guards, the guns, and eventually the prison wall. If and when they make it past the fence, will they be able to make it back to their beloved home country?moreless
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    The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

    The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

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    Released 1966
    The Good, the Bad and the Ugly is Sergio Leone's spaghetti western masterpiece, following The Man With No Name, a no-nonsense outlaw who hears about a treasure chest full of Confederate gold lost in the chaos of the Civil War. As most of the country is focused on the battles between the unified North and the seceded South, this man goes treasure hunting. Unfortunately for him, there are two other deadly opportunists who know about the buried fortune, and they're all willing to kill to be the man who walks away with the money. Angel Eyes, a cold-blooded killer, and Tuco, a bandit on the run. The three outlaws get caught in a deadly game that could kill them all.moreless
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    The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance

    The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance

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    Released 1962
    The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance (1962) is a classic Western co-starring two acting legends, James Stewart and John Wayne, and directed by four-time Oscar-winner John Ford. Stewart plays Ransom Stoddard, a prominent United States senator who takes a trip to the small Wild West town of Shinbone to attend the funeral of a penniless local man, Tom Doniphon (John Wayne). The Senator is cornered by a journalist who wants to know why a high-profile politician has come to Shinbone to bury a nonentity. In flashback, we learn of Stoddard's days as a young man and of the struggle of Stoddard and his friend Doniphon against a cruel criminal named Liberty Valance. Stoddard's fame began when he survived a gunfight to the death against Valance - but what really happened that night so long ago?moreless
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    Funeral in Berlin

    Funeral in Berlin

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    Released 1966
    Harry Palmer is sent to Berlin, his old army stamping-ground, to arrange the defection of a high-ranking Soviet intelligence colonel. Harry is sceptical of the colonel's sincerity, but arranges a "funeral" to smuggle him across the checkpoint in a coffin. But whose body is really inside it?moreless
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    Ski Party

    Ski Party

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    Released 1965
    Ski Party is an Alan Rifkin comedy film released in 1965 by American International Pictures. The film is a slapstick comedy about two college buddies Todd Armstrong (Frankie Avalon) and Craig Gamble (Dwayne Hickman), that are on a never ending mission to score with beautiful co-eds Linda Hughes (Deborah Walley) and Barbara Norris (Yvonne Craig). Used to the sunny beaches by their school, the two classmates decide to try different tactics and organize a ski party trip, but neither of them know anything about skiing. In hopes to gain unlimited access to the girls, Todd and Craig pose as conservative, frumpy English women. Little do they know, their female characters are so convincing that another classmate, Freddie (Aron Kincaid) falls madly in love with Hickman's brunette "bombshell." The film becomes a comedic and scandalous romantic romp through the absurd and somehow ends up back on the sunny beaches of California where Todd and Craig have finally managed to figure out how to speak to women.moreless
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    The Love Bug

    The Love Bug

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    Released 1969
    The Love Bug is a 1961 Disney fantasy family comedy directed by Robert Stevenson. The film is based on the 1961 novel, Car, Boy, Girl written by Gordon Buford. In the film, Jim Douglas (Dean Jones) is a professional race car driver who has resorted to participating in local demolition derbys to earn money. He lives in an old fire station with his best friend, Tennessee Steinmeiz (Buddy Hackett). Tennessee is an old hippy who believes everything has a spirit. Jim decides he wants to participate in an upcoming race and heads to town to find a cheap car. His quest leads him to meet a beautiful car salesperson, Carol Bennett (Michele Lee). When Jim's mission doesn't go quite as planned, he ends up with a 1963 pearly Volkswagon racing Beetle that he must make monthly payments on. Despite being unhappy with his choice, Jim prepares to participate in the race, but the car has another plan. The car begins to demonstrate odd behavior for a car and Tennessee tries to convince Jim that it has feelings. Will Jim make it to the race?moreless
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    Yours, Mine & Ours

    Yours, Mine & Ours

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    Released 1968
    Yours, Mine, & Ours is a family-oriented movie that centers around a very different kind of family. Widowed Navy nurse, Helen North (Lucille Ball), meets handsome Naval officer and widower, Frank Beardsley (Henry Fonda), and the two immediately fall in love. They connect over the loss of both of their spouses and the fact that they are both single parents. After dating for a while they decide to get married and they break the news to the kids, hoping for a good reaction. Helen has eight kids and Frank has ten. The kids don't react well and the rival step-siblings try to do everything in their power to break up the couple, but nothing they pull breaks the couple's bond. Soon, the siblings learn to live with one another and they even learn to love each other and their new step-parents. Helen and Frank get married and they become a family of twenty.moreless
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    I Am Curious (Yellow)

    I Am Curious (Yellow)

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    Released 1967
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    Dr. Goldfoot and the Girl Bombs

    Dr. Goldfoot and the Girl Bombs

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    Released 1966
    Dr. Goldfoot and the Girl Bombs is a 1966 sequel to 1964's Dr. Goldfoot and the Bikini Machine. In this outing, the evil Dr. Goldfoot (Vincent Price) plans to take over the world by working with the Chinese to create lifelike female robots who explode when they are embraced. Goldfoot plan is to deploy these beautiful robots to distract the top generals of NATO during a war game exercise. Attempting to stop him is Bill Dexter (Fabian), a former agent of the Security Intelligence Command (SIC), who was fired because his good looks were too distracting for the women who worked there. Adding further mayhem to the proceedings are two dimwitted hotel doormen (Franco Franchi and Ciccio Ingrassia) who get in Dexter's way when they mistakenly think he is a foreign spy. When Goldfoot kidnaps his exact double, American General Willis (Vincent Price), he plans to take his place at a world conference meeting and eventually take over the world. Will Dexter to be able to stop this madness? Dr. Goldfoot and the Girl Bombs was a rare non-horror film directed by the noted Italian director Mario Bava.moreless
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    Cul-De-Sac

    Cul-De-Sac

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    Released 1966
    Cul-De-Sac is a psychological thriller about two criminals who take a married couple hostage in their own home. The film opens with the arrival of two gangsters, Dicky (Lionel Stander) and Albie (Jack MacGowran), pushing their car onto the beach of a remote island with a castle. Albie is seriously injured and unable to leave the car, so Dicky goes to take refuge in the castle and await rescue by their gang boss. The castle is home to the eccentric and neurotic George (Donald Pleasence), who is a retired businessman, and his young and beautiful Wife, Teresa (Fran''oise Dorl''ac). Upon encountering the couple in the house, Dicky threatens them and takes them hostage. After they bring Albie up to the castle, Albie dies and the others bury him. The three then get drunk and spend the night in deep conversation. The following day, Dicky needs to pose as a butler to deceive visitors who come to make a house call on George and Teresa. Throughout Dicky's hold-up of the castle, the relationship between him, George, and Teresa takes many darkly humorous turns.moreless
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    The Secret of the Red Orchid

    The Secret of the Red Orchid

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    Released 1967
    The Secret of the Red Orchid (originally titled Das R''tsel der roten Orchidee) is a 1962 crime thriller by West German writer Edgar Wallace. Scotland Yard Inspector Weston (Adrian Hoven) and FBI agent Captain Allerman (Christopher Lee) team up to tackle the mystery of a series of London blackmail and murders aimed at rich businessmen. The crimes are being perpetrated by figures styling themselves "The Patrons of the Rich," who demand payoffs from their victims if they don't want to join the ranks of the murdered. Allerman, the FBI's agent with the most experience with gangs, has been brought in because authorities suspect the involvement of Chicago mobster boss Gunner Steve (Klaus Kinski), who's set up shop in the city. Meanwhile, socialite Lilian Ranger (Marisa Mel) is worried about her butler Parker (Eddie Arent), whose former employers all keep dying. Weston and Allerman fight to keep themselves and Ranger alive when they find themselves faced with the diabolical machinations of an international crime syndicate.moreless
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    Chitty Chitty Bang Bang

    Chitty Chitty Bang Bang

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    Released 1968
    Chitty Chitty Bang Bang is a 1968 children's musical film set in England during the 1910s. Caractacus Potts (Dick Van Dyke) is an eccentric inventor who lives with his two children, Jeremy (Adrian Hall) and Jemima (Heather Ripley), and his peculiar father (Lionel Jeffries). Caractacus meets Truly Scrumptious (Sally Ann Howes), a beautiful upper-class woman, when she brings the children home after she finds them skipping school. Truly is impressed with Caractacus' inventions, but when she lectures him on child-rearing, he quickly becomes offended. The children turn their father's attention to a wrecked Grand Prix motorcar that is about to be sold to the local junkman. Caractacus joins a song-and-dance act to raise the money for the car. He rebuilds the car and names it Chitty Chitty Bang Bang. Caractacus, the children and Truly begin an adventure of unexpected dangers with Chitty Chitty Bang Bang there to rescue them each time.moreless
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    The Bloody Dead

    The Bloody Dead

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    Released 1967
    The Bloody Dead is a 1967 horror film from director Alfred Vohrer. The film is also known as "The Creature with the Blue Hand" and is loosely based on a novel by Edgar Wallace who also wrote King Kong. Inspector Craig (Harald Leipnitz) is on the case of a series of bizarre killings. Someone is torturing innocent people in very cruel and immoral ways. The killer gains the nickname, "The Blue Hand," because he uses a blue steel claw to torture his unfortunate victims. The killings begin when Dave Emerson (Klaus Kinski) escapes from a grisly insane asylum where he was placed after he allegedly murdered the family gardener. He escapes and returns home where his twin brother, Richard (Klaus Kinski), takes leave of the castle just in time for his twin to replace him. Emerson soon realizes that Richard is really Dave and believes him when he denies killing the gardener. The detective relies on Dave's help to catch the real killer when Dave agrees to go back to the wretched asylum to find out who could be behind the murders. The killer could be linked to the violent cannibals who live in a locked room in the asylum.moreless
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    The Trial

    The Trial

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    Released 1962
    An unassuming office worker in an un-named country is arrested and faces trial, but he is never told with what crime he is charged.
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