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Candice Bergen and Elliott Gould in Getting Straight, 1970
This is the best board on pinterest.
A Severed Head, by Iris Murdoch. Film, starring Ian Holm, Richard Attenborough, Claire Bloom, Clive Revill, Lee Remick and Jennie Linden, 1970.
Michaelangelo Antonioni's Zabriskie Point (1970)
The Point, narrated by Ringo Starr, with music by Harry Nilsson, 1971
This one like one of them Woody Allen films maybe a tad better. Micheal Caine and his trademark Cockney are pleasing to watch and women are just o-so-charming. Alfie ('66)
While it's not the best thing ever written, I did enjoy it. I saw a lady reading it on the subway today, so odd cause most people read it in high school.
"They don't bother not talking out loud about their hate secrets when I'm nearby because they think I'm deaf and dumb. Everybody thinks so. I'm cagey enough to fool them that much".
Prince has a plethora of pictures to choose from - always so wonderfully coifed - this one is as raw as it gets.
Jack Lemmon and Shirley MacLane by Leo Fuchs on the set of Irma la Douce - 1963.
WESTSIDE STORY (1961) Modern-day Romeo & Juliet set in the hoods of New York. Fabulous choreography! Starring Natalie Wood, RIchard Beymer, Russ Tamblyn, Rita Moreni, and George Chakiris
The criterion collection : IF by jon rubin
Rita Tushingham Remember her face!
Bee Gees stayin alive!