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1960s Movies Fun Facts

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1960s Movies
Because the screenwriter for Spartacus, Dalton Trumbo, had been blacklisted, the movie suffered from protests that President Kennedy ignored in order to view the film.
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1960s Movies
Since the USSR was unavailable for filming, David Lean had to shoot Doctor Zhivago in Spain instead.
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1960s Movies
Roger Corman's Poe films include House of Usher, The Pit and the Pendulum, and The Raven.
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1960s Movies
Audrey Hepburn's "little black dress" was designed by her personal friend, French fashion designer Hubert de Givenchy.
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1960s Movies
Peter Sellers improvised a large amount of his dialogue and actions in Dr. Strangelove, including the titular doctor's tendency for his hand to move on its own.
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1960s Movies
Most spaghetti Westerns were filmed in Europe and produced by Italian filmmakers. The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly launched Clint Eastwood's career as a lead actor.
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1960s Movies
Although it went over budget, Cleopatra became the highest-grossing movie of the year and made the studio's money back after it sold the TV rights for $5 million.
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1960s Movies
Dr. No grossed nearly 60 times its slim $1.1 million budget and made the super-spy an iconic figure.
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1960s Movies
Although it lost money at the box office, Jason and the Argonauts is now considered a classic film that Tom Hanks referred to as "the greatest film ever made.
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1960s Movies
The Twilight Zone creator Rod Serling wrote a screenplay that was nearly produced but was deemed too expensive.

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