5 classics from the 1960s

5 classics from the 1960s

How about enjoying the winter to watch that little movie under the covers with delicious hot chocolate?
There are so many options that I decided to make a selection of the classics of the 1960s. They are films for all tastes, from horror to romantic comedies. I’m sure you won’t regret it!

Piscose – 1960

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If you haven’t seen it yet, you’ve certainly seen one of the most famous scenes in cinema! The film, directed by Alfred Hitchcock, was – and still is – a critical and public success. For you to have an idea, the film cost 800 thousand dollars and earned more than 50 million! Until today, the music and cuts of the feature are a reference in international cinema! Psychosis is a must-see and gets on the list of movies you need to watch before you die – seriously!

Little Doll of Luxury – 1961

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The film that consecrated Audrey Hepburn is also from the early 1960s. Based on the book by Truman Capote, the film tells the story of a call girl who dreams of marrying a millionaire. The feature won the 1962 Oscar for best comedy / drama, as well as best original song with Moon River – written especially for Hepburn.

Cleopatra – 1963

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He competed for 9 oscars and won 4 (best special effects, best photography – color, best costume – color and best art direction – color). Elizabeth Taylor, who plays Cleopatra, received the highest salary from an actress to date, $ 1 million. Despite being the fifth feature that tells the story of the queen, the 1963 film is the great reference to this day. These are already great reasons to watch it, right? And look, the photography and costumes are impeccable – you can’t miss it!

Three Men in Conflict – 1966

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The film is the last of the trilogy that the heartthrob Clint Eastwood did with director Sergio Leone. After For a Fistful of Dollars (1964) and For a Few Dollars More (1965), the third feature was the most successful and one of the greatest classics of the Western genre. The film tells the story of three men who need to come together to find a treasure, as each knows a part of the location. If you’re a fan of western movies, this one definitely needs to be on your list!

The First Night of a Man – 1967

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This is an unmissable romantic comedy – the best! The film features Dustin Hoffman at a very young age and tells the story of a love triangle that involves the newly formed Benjamin (Hoffman), Mrs. Robinson (Anne Bancroft) and her daughter Elaine (Katharine Ross). You will not regret!
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