IMDb's 1960s Top 50
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Cinema in the 1960s reflected the decade of fun, fashion, rock 'n' roll, tremendous social changes and transitional cultural values. It was not a good decade for US films, as production declined and foreign films gained tremenduous influence. British cinema in particular flourished as it released a number of films that used a new wave of grim, non-fictional, social realism, dubbed or styled "Kitchen Sink" due to its angry, every-day working-class heroes, frank dialogue, and negative post-war themes. However, countries like Japan, Italy and France also claimed their spots in the forefront of cinema.
50 -21964 — a.k.a. A Fistful of Dollars, in 9 top lists Check
34 +21962 — a.k.a. Sanjuro, in 7 top lists Check
13 +11965 — a.k.a. For a Few Dollars More, in 9 top lists Check
2 -1962 — a.k.a. Harakiri, in 13 top lists Check
Last updated on Dec 12, 2019; source