American Cinema of the 1960s: Themes and Variations

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INDEX
Page num bers in italics indicate illustrations
ABC-TV, 154
Academy Awards, 209
Adam's Rib (George Cukor, 1949), 184
“Addams Family, The” (TV series), 153
Adler, Renata, 207, 216n2
Alamo, The (John Wayne, 1960), 11, 39–43, 41
Albee, Edward, 161, 170
Albright, Lola, 161
Aldrich, Robert, 20, 174, 211, 212
Aldrin, Buzz, 14
Alfie (Lew is Gilbert, 1966), 152
Alford, Phillip, 76
Alger, Horatio, 62
Algeria, 1
Ali, Muhammed, 4
Alice's Restaurant (Arthur Penn, 1969), 221
Allen, Dede, 178
Allen, Elizabeth, 100
Allen, Steve, 210
Allen, Woody, 174, 220
Allied Artists, 123–124
Allyson, June, 46
Alpert, Hollis, 166
Altamont Speedway, 218
America, America (Elia Kazan, 1963), 91
“American Bandstand” (TV show), 22, 44
American Cinema, The (Andrew Sarris), 19
American Film Institute (AFI), 18, 172
American International Pictures (AIP), 124, 153, 171n, 222, 226
American Way of Death, The (Jessica Mitford), 15
Anatomy of a Murder (Otto Prem inger, 1959), 14
Anderson, Michael Jr., 143, 144
Andrews, Julie, 17, 152, 173–174, 213
“Andy Griffith Show, The” (TV series), 13, 22
Angels from Hell (Bruce Kessler, 1968), 195
Anger, Kenneth, 16
Anita Needs Me (George Kuchar, 1963), 91
Ann-Margret, 95, 147
Antonioni, Michelangelo, 12, 18, 117
Apartment, The (Billy Wilder, 1960), 25–26, 120
Apple Records, 218
Ariès, Philippe, 93, 96
Arkin, Alan 174
Armies of the Night (Norm an Mailer), 204
Armstrong, Neil, 14, 217
Armstrong, R. G., 145
Army-Mc Carthy hearings, 16
art cinema, 12
Arthur, Paul, 66
assimilation narratives, 52–57
Astaire, Fred, 213
Attack of the Crab Monsters (Roger Corman, 1957), 77
auteurism, 18–19
Avalon, Frankie, 134
avant-garde film. See experimental film
Axelrod, George, 158
Babb, Kroger, 170
Baby the Rain Must Fall (Robert Mulligan, 1965), 135–136, 147–148
Back Street (David Miller, 1961), 47
Badham, Mary, 76
Baez, Joan, 7, 173
Baillie, Bruce, 16
Baldwin, James, 125
Balio, Tino, 238
Balkin, Karen, 59
Ballard, Hank, 22
Bancroft, Anne, 190
Band, The, 227
Bankhead, Tallulah, 155
Bardot, Brigitte, 46
Barefoot in the Park (Gene Saks, 1967), 174
Barnard, Christiaan, 172
Barnett, Ross, 75
Barrow, Clyde, 179
Batman (Leslie H. Martinson, 1966), 154–158, 156, 170, 171n1
“Batman” (TV series), 6, 154–158 257

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