Cody (Randolph Scott) and Mrs. Lowe (Nancy Gates) converse on social matters following his having purchased her back from the Comanches, in Budd Boetticher's Comanche Station, 1960.
Anthea (Barbara Shelley) is the innocent mom walking odd young David (Martin Stephens) when he meets up with some chums who get even with a clumsy motorist in Village of the Damned, 1960.
Rescued from a near-brawl in a Greek bar, American Homer (writer, director and star Jules Dassin) meets Illia (Dassin's wife Melina Mercouri) and her friend 'The Captain,' (Mitsos Liguisos), in Never On Sunday, 1960.
The first scene in Rome, senators decrying the slave revolt, Gracchus (Charles Laughton) with common sense, manipulating events in favor of both Glabrus (John Dall) and Caesar (John Gavin), in Stanley Kubrick's Spartacus, 1960.
Sister Jean (Joan Plowright) and stepmother Phoebe (Brenda De Banzie) worrying over paratrooper brother Mick, grandfather Billy (Roger Livesey) harrumphing, when actor father Archie (Laurence Olivier) arrives, early in Tony Richardson's The Entertainer, 1960.
Director Basil Dearden is introducing characters apparently being recruited by a master criminal (Jack Hawkins, not seen here) who's sent them all a paperback, Richard Attenborough as mechanic 'Lexy,' Kieron Moore as masseur Stevens, early in The League Of Gentlemen, 1960.
Weeks into their impoverished residence in Milan, southern Italian Rocco (Alain Delon) watches as his brother Simone (Renato Salvatori) gets some attention from a boxing promoter (Paolo Stoppa), about whom they perhaps should be suspicious, in Luchino Visconti's Rocco And His Brothers, 1960.
Chris (Yul Brynner) and Vin (Steve McQueen) are seeking recruits when they find taciturn Britt (James Coburn), dealing with a cocky cowpuncher (Robert Wilke), in director John Sturges' version of a famous scene from Akira Kurosawa's Seven Samurai, in The Magnificent Seven, 1960.
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One long take in undiluted Budd Boetticher directorial style as Cody (Randolph Scott) and Lane (Claude Akins) discuss the bounty on Mrs. Lowe (Nancy Gates) in Comanche Station, 1960.
Cattle man Ben Zachary (Burt Lancaster) returned from Wichita, presents a piano to sister Rachel (Audrey Hepburn) and mother Matilda (Lillian Gish), who can play, in John Huston's The Unforgiven, 1960.
A soldier notices a cow rising, encouraging Bernard (Michael Gwynn) and gathered authorities to enter Midwich, where he finds puzzled Gordon (George Sanders) and Anthea (Barbara Shelley) in Village of the Damned, 1960.
On location at Morecambe in north Lancashire, worried Jean (Joan Plowright) with her retired actor grandfather Billy (Roger Livesey), turning to her father, his son, Archie (Laurence Olivier), his first appearance in Tony Richardson's The Entertainer, 1960.
Dermot (Robert Mitchum), who's just joined the IRA during WWII, with pal Jimmy (Cyril Cusack), then home where a policeman (Geoffrey Golden) is visiting his family (Harry Brogan, Eileen Crowe, Marianne Benet, Niall MacGinnis), in The Night Fighters, 1960.
Preliminaries in the rural Tennessee trial over the teaching of evolution in public school, heavyweight lawyers Brady (Fredric March) and Drummond (Spencer Tracy) with a jury candidate (Gordon Polk), Harry Morgan presiding, Dick York the accused, in Stanley Kramer's Inherit The Wind, 1960.
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