Do you recall where the classic scene in the slasher film "Psycho" took place? Know who was "Good, Bad, and Ugly"? Or did you test your sleuth skills while watching "Goldfinger"?
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Movies created in the 1960s are known to be the most creative in cinema history. Like most cinema, the films of the 1960s reflected the decade that they were released in. The 1960s was a time of fashion, fun, and rock n' roll but also a time of changing cultural values and tremendous social changes—the civil rights era and protests.
Titles such as "Breakfast at Tiffany's" expanded the subtle comedy-drama by using lighter comedy to hide "real life" issues. "Dr. Strangelove" introduced a new standard of satire by evolving a nuclear holocaust into dark humor. James Bond made his appearance in the 60s and was a popular genre, extending through countries such as Spain and Italy.
Of course no one can't think of the '60s and not fondly remember the spaghetti westerns that ruled the silver screen. Clint Eastwood was a very familiar face in this genre, along with John Wayne and Lee Van Cleef.
Are you a 1960s movie connaisseur? Put your knowledge to the test with our 1960s film quiz!