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1950s Movies Fun Facts

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1950s Movies
Yul Brynner first shaved his head to star in the stage version of The King and I and liked the look so much that he shaved his head for every subsequent role.
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1950s Movies
Cecil B. DeMille's nearly four-hour-long Biblical epic was nominated for seven Academy Awards, though it only won the award for best visual effects.
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1950s Movies
The first Godzilla film featured a man in a suit playing the monster, who would go on to star in what is currently the longest-running movie franchise in history.
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1950s Movies
The Searchers has widely been called one of the best Westerns ever, and it was added to the National Film Registry in 1989.
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1950s Movies
On the Waterfront also won Oscars for Best Picture, Director, Supporting Actress, Screenplay, Art Direction, Cinematography, and Film Editing.
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1950s Movies
All three stars of the original Sabrina, Humphrey Bogart, Audrey Hepburn, and William Holden, were Academy Award-winning performers.
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1950s Movies
James Dean beat out Paul Newman and Marlon Brando for the lead role of Caleb "Cal" Trask in this film based on a novel by John Steinbeck.
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1950s Movies
In addition to frequent collaborations with Jimmy Stewart, Alfred Hitchock also collaborated with Grace Kelly three times during the 1950s.
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1950s Movies
Director Ingmar Bergman based the film on his play, Wood Painting, and made the movie on a budget of only $150,000.
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1950s Movies
Following the plot of Macbeth in a feudal Japanese setting, Throne of Blood was released nearly a decade after Orson Welles's 1948 adaptation of the same play.

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