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Hidden Values: The Movies of the '50s

Hidden Values: The Movies of the '50s(2001)

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Brief Synopsis

A look at some of the movies that defined the decade and what they said about Americans and American culture.

Cast & Crew

Peter Biskind Interviewee
John Carpenter Interviewee
Roger Corman Interviewee
Lee Grant Interviewee
Molly Haskell Interviewee
Paul Mazursky Interviewee
Charles Coates Producer
Justin Pettigrew Publicist (Tcm/Atlanta)
Heather Holmes Publicist (Tcm/Los Angeles)
Michelle Rosenblatt Publicist (Tcm/New York)
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  • Movies of the 50s

    Rough 2011-06-24

    I like the approach of the movie and it had a good message within it. I know I have missed a lot of the classics and it highlighted several, including... MORE>

  • Misleading statements

    Jarrod McDonald 2010-06-01

    I enjoyed this documentary, but I found it very biased. First of all, the interviewees are people who are essentially commenting on THEIR generation of... MORE>