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Pic of the Day: The Graduate (1967)

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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SCENE 10 - The Sound of the Sixties; from `the Dangling Conversation' to `Mrs Robinson'

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.

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The Graduate- Iconic Review

The Graduate is the iconic film that gave us the famous line “Mrs. Robinson, you’re trying to seduce me aren’t you?” It is hailed as one of the all-time great romances and was the first to use the interrupted wedding plot device. 371 more words


Scarborough Fair / The Graduate

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

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Flashback Friday: 'The Graduate' (REVIEW)

“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