Saturday, January 28, 2012

1960s in Film

As would be expected and hopefully forgivable, I have seen fewer films from the decade of the Sixties than others that have come after I was old enough to catch films in their first run. Somehow though, I have seen more of what conventional wisdom regards as great in the decade than the Seventies or even to a degree the Eighties. Maybe that is because time ensures that the good survives while the fluff fades. Or, maybe I just agree more with the artistic sensibilities of the Sixties than the Seventies. In either case, this list may be a bit conventional:

Top Personal Films of the Sixties: 

30. The Manchurian Candidate
29. The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance
28. For a Few Dollars More
27. The Shakiest Gun in the West
26. The Magnificent Seven
25. The Great Escape
24. Dr. No
23. Cat Balloo
22. From Russia with Love
21. Charade
20. Fearless Vampire Killers
19. Big Hand for the Little Lady
18. Planet of the Apes
17. The Apartment
16. Romeo and Juliet
15. Thunderball
14. The Pink Panther
13. Goldfinger
12. Yojimbo
11. The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly
10. Rosemary’s Baby
9. Thoroughly Modern Millie
8. Dr. Strangelove
7. A Shot in the Dark
6. The Birds
5. The Jungle Book
4. Mary Poppins
3. One Hundred and One Dalmatians
2. Psycho
1. The Sound of Music

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