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The Best Films of the Rock & Roll Era (1955-1975)

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The Best Films of the Rock & Roll Era (1955-1975) by Year

1955 – Rebel Without a Cause by Nicholas Ray
1956 – Giant by George Stevens
1957 – Twelve Angry Men by Sidney Lumet
1958 – Cat on a Hot Tin Roof by Richard Brooks
1959 – Sleeping Beauty by Walt Disney
1960 – The Fugitive Kind by Sidney Lumet
1961 – The Hustler by Robert Rossen
1962 – To Kill a Mockingbird by Robert Mulligan
1963 – The Great Escape by John Sturges
1964 – My Fair Lady by George Cukor
1965 – The Cincinnati Kid by Norman Jewison
1966 – The Good, The Bad and the Ugly by Sergio Leone
1967 – Cool Hand Luke  by Stuart Rosenberg
1968 – 2001: A Space Odyssey by Stanley Kubrick
1969 – Easy Rider by Dennis Hopper
1970 – Little Big Man by Arthur Penn
1971 – A Clockwork Orange  by Stanley Kubrick
1972 – The Life and Times of Judge Roy Bean by John Huston
1973 – Papillon by Franklin J. Schaffner
1974 – The Godfather Part II by Francis Ford Coppola
1975 – Monty Python & the Holy Grail by Terry Gilliam and Terry Jones

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January 25, 2012 By : Category : Articles Film Front Page Media Picks Tags:, , , ,
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