Category Archives: 1960s

Fragments:

For decades ardent fans of Marilyn Monroe, old and young, have wanted to read her personal writings since Marilyn spoke so highly of her love for reading and writing. A few of her poems, although questionable in their authenticity, floated … Continue reading

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Bonnie and Clyde (1967) – A Review

During what was known as the “public enemy” era (1931-1934), America’s glorified celebrities went to the likes of Bonnie and Clyde. Thirty-three years after this bank robbing duo was brutally ambushed on a road outside of Bienville Parish, Louisiana, their … Continue reading

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The Role of Lolita

Based on Vladimir Nabokov’s novel “Lolita,” Stanley Kubrick’s film took the story of a man driven by lust for his landlady’s seductive teenage daughter broke boundaries that have not been pushed again by contemporary Hollywood. And in the middle of … Continue reading

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