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|Great Film Tagline:||Film Title:|
|"Movie-wise, there has never been anything like it - laugh-wise, love-wise, or otherwise-wise!"||The Apartment (1960)|
|"Check in. Relax.
Take a shower."
"It is REQUIRED That You See Psycho From the Very Beginning!"
|"There will be a special FRIGHT BREAK during the showing of Homicidal. Can your heart stand the challenge when the clock starts the COUNTDOWN!"||Homicidal (1961)|
|"They called him 'Fast Eddie'... He was a winner... He was a loser... He was a hustler."||The Hustler (1961)|
|"There is a miracle in being young...and a fear."||Splendor in the Grass (1961)|
|"The Screen Achieves One of the Great Entertainments in the History of Motion Pictures"||West Side Story (1961)|
|"How did they ever make a movie of Lolita?"||Lolita (1962)|
|"If you come in five minutes after this picture begins, you won't know what it's all about! When you've seen it all, you'll swear there's never been anything like it!"||The Manchurian Candidate (1962)|
|"Together For The First Time - James Stewart - John Wayne - in the masterpiece of four-time Academy Award winner John Ford"||The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance (1962)|
|"The most beloved Pulitzer Prize book now comes vividly alive on the screen!"||To Kill A Mockingbird (1962)|
|"Sister, sister, oh so fair, why is there blood all over your hair?"||What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? (1962)|
|"The perfect summer when the urge meets the surge!"||Beach Party (1963)|
|"Suspense and shock
beyond anything you have seen or imagined!"
"...and remember, the next scream you hear may be your own!"
|The Birds (1963)|
|"The man with the barbed-wire soul."||Hud (1963)|
|"What does he become? What kind of monster?"||The Nutty Professor (1963)|
|"The hot-line suspense comedy."||Dr. Strangelove, Or:... (1964)|
|"The only people who will not be STERILIZED with FEAR are those among you who are already DEAD!"||The Flesh Eaters (1964)|
|"James Bond is back in action! Everything he touches turns to excitement!"||Goldfinger (1964)|
|"The loverliest motion picture of them all!"||My Fair Lady (1964)|
|"A Riot! A Ball! A Romp! A Gasser! A Swinger! A She-Bang! A funny movie...? You bet it is!"||Cat Ballou (1965)|
|"A Love Caught in the Fire of Revolution"||Doctor Zhivago (1965)|
|"Go-Go For a Wild Ride With the ACTION GIRLS!"||Faster, Pussycat! Kill! Kill! (1965)|
|"The story of what they did to a kid..."||Inside Daisy Clover (1965)|
|"The movie with something to offend everyone."||The Loved One (1965)|
|"The film that will
satisfy every over-sexagesimal adult!"
"In gorgeous and shocking ASTRAVISION and SEXICOLOR!"
|Orgy of the Dead (1965)|
|"The Happiest Sound In All The World!"||The Sound of Music (1965)|
|"Look Up! Look Down! Look Out! Here Comes The Biggest Bond Of All!"||Thunderball (1965)|
|"A girl wilder than a peach orchard hog!"||The Girl From Tobacco Row (1966)|
|"For Three Men The Civil War Wasn't Hell. It Was Practice!"||The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly (1966)|
|"You are cordially invited to George and Martha's for an evening of fun and games."||Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (1966)|
|"They're young...they're in love...and they kill people."||Bonnie and Clyde (1967)|
|"The man...and the motion picture that simply do not conform."||Cool Hand Luke (1967)|
|"This is Benjamin. He's a little worried about his future."||The Graduate (1967)|
|"No ordinary love story..."||Romeo and Juliet (1968)|
|"Pray for Rosemary's Baby."||Rosemary's Baby (1968)|
|"The Ultimate Trip."
"An epic drama of adventure and exploration."
|2001: A Space Odyssey (1968)|
|"Not that it matters, but most of it is true."||Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid (1969)|
|"A man went looking for America and couldn't find it anywhere!"||Easy Rider (1969)|
|"Every father's daughter is a virgin."||Goodbye, Columbus (1969)|
|"Up Madison Avenue."||Putney Swope (1969)|
|"Unchanged men in
a changing land. Out of step, out of place and desperately out of
"Nine men who came too late and stayed too long..."
|The Wild Bunch (1969)|