The Tumultuous Sixties Arrive in Hollywood
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Retired film instructor Alan Wenzel talks about three significant 1967 movies that illustrated the social ferment of the time and shaped the future of Hollywood films: "In the Heat of the Night," "The Graduate," and "Bonnie and Clyde.” Each of these has connections to Illinois. Note: this lecture marks the last day to see “The Sixties” exhibit at the Museum.