Posts Tagged: 1960s

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Japanese poster for Belle De Jour (1967) starring Catherine Deneuve

(via ligerinthewell)

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Poster advertising the soundtrack to Up the Junction (1968).

The poster belies the fact that it is actually a very thoughtful, non-gratuitous film which deals with the contravertial subject of abortion (which was illegal at the time the book the film was based on was written) and class.

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French film magazine Ciné Revue profiles the Bond girls of 1969’s On Her Majesty’s Secret Service, including Diana Rigg.

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…and a shot of John Richardson in his pants for good measure.
Taken during the auditions to find Sean Connery’s replacement as James Bond in 1967, find out more here.

…and a shot of John Richardson in his pants for good measure.

Taken during the auditions to find Sean Connery’s replacement as James Bond in 1967, find out more here.

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John Richardson auditions for James Bond in 1967
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John Richardson auditions for James Bond in 1967

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Diane Baker in Hitchcock’s Marnie (1964)

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Gillian Hills in the 1969 ITV adaptation of Alam Garner’s fantastic (and underrated) novel The Owl Service. The series is available on DVD from Network and is definitely worth seeking out.
Gillian Hills is a familiar face from 60s/70s hits such as Blow Up (where she has the dubious honour of the first frontal nude scene in British cinema), A Clockwork Orange and the bizzare and rather nasty Hammer film Demons of the Mind

Gillian Hills in the 1969 ITV adaptation of Alam Garner’s fantastic (and underrated) novel The Owl Service. The series is available on DVD from Network and is definitely worth seeking out.

Gillian Hills is a familiar face from 60s/70s hits such as Blow Up (where she has the dubious honour of the first frontal nude scene in British cinema), A Clockwork Orange and the bizzare and rather nasty Hammer film Demons of the Mind

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Juliet Harmer in Adam Adamant Lives! (BBC 1966-7)

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Malcolm McDowell in If… (1968, dir. Lindsay Anderson)

“One man can change the world with a bullet in the right place.”

Source: oldhollywood