The Belgian release poster for Mike Nichols’ The Graduate (1967). Despite playing one of cinema’s most iconic May-December dalliances, Dustin Hoffman and Anne Bancroft were actually only six years apart in age. 8 more words
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Well, not any more, Paul. From now on that song is Mrs Robinson!
[New York – 1966 – When the stage is illuminated. Paul and Art are in the studio, stage right.1,364 more words
I fell in love with the music of Simon and Garfunkel at the same time I fell in love with The Graduate. Directed by Mike Nichols, the film follows Benjamin, the son of a well-off middle class American family as he returns home from university in the late 60s. 711 more words
In this series I will offer a summary and analysis of a film, and then highlight the clothing of a certain male character (or characters), elaborating on the cultural and historical significance of the attire, while also discussing how certain styles are still relevant and/or wearable today. 1,985 more words
“The Graduate” is a 1967 classic, that stars Dustin Hoffman, Anne Brancroft, and Katharine Ross, and is directed by Mike Nichols. It’s centered around a college graduate (Dustin Hoffman) who is torn between his older lover (Anne Bancroft) and her daughter (Katharine Ross). 155 more words