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Roughly Speaking podcast: Looking back 50 years to the best films of 1967, a revolutionary year for Hollywood (episode 285)

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"In The Heat of the Night," "The Graduate" and "Cool Hand Luke" were some of the best movies of 1967, a year that many film historians consider ground-breaking, even revolutionary, as Hollywood finally appeared to respond to the youth movement and break from the old studio system. Film critics Linda DeLibero and Christopher Llewellyn Reed talk about the "new Hollywood" as reflected in the films of that year, including "Bonnie and Clyde," and "Guess Who's Coming To Dinner."  Linda DeLibero is director of Film and Media Studies at Johns Hopkins University. Christopher Llewellyn Reed is chair and professor in the department of film and moving image at Stevenson University.



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