That 70’s Film

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The 1970’s were arguably one of the best decades for film making in the United States. Many of the major studios began to allow young directors much greater power and freedom to craft artistic pictures and in doing so, gave birth to the last golden age of American cinema. The seventies saw the emergence of decorated and influential directors and writers like Steven Spielberg (Jaws, Close Encounters of the Third Kind), William Friedkind (The Exorcist), George Lucas (American Graffiti, Star Wars), Martin Scorsese (Taxi Driver, Mean Streets), Francis Ford Coppola (The Godfather Trilogy, The Conversation, Apocalypse Now), Terrence Malick (Badlands, Days of Heaven), Robert Towne (Chinatown), Peter Bogdanovich (Paper Moon, The Last Picture Show), Sydney Pollack (Three Days of the Condor, The Way We Were, All the President’s Men) Sidney Lumet (Dog Day Afternoon, Serpico) and Robert Altman (MASH, McCabe and Mrs. Miller, The Long Goodbye) to name but just a few. Here are just a few of the most interesting films made during this original decade that we currently circulate. Lastly, a great documentary that chronicles this subject, Decade Under the Influence, will soon accompany these other classic films on our shelves.

The Last Picture Show

Carnal Knowledge

Harold and Maude (VHS) 

Little Big Man

Annie Hall

Kramer Vs Kramer (VHS)

Paper Moon


Paper Moon

Posted by Ryan Gage at 09/24/2010 07:57:52 AM | 

All great movies! Something to entertain everyone. Thank you for sharing!
Kind regards.
Posted by: Consumer Reviews ( Email ) at 9/27/2010 3:30 PM

Good reminders of some great movies. I'm going to watch some of these again - it has been a long time.
Posted by: AnnR ( Email ) at 10/1/2010 8:34 AM

Always old is gold one,thanks for sharing.
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