Crooks Johnny (Johnny Cash) and Dorella (Vic Tayback) begin their stake-out of the house where unsuspecting Nancy (Cay Forester) and Bobbie (Ron Howard) are doing breakfast, in Five Minutes To Live, 1960.
Touring actors in the wild West brave Indians and outlaws in Heller In Pink Tights (1960) starring Sophia Loren, directed by George Cukor.
Tarzan is hired to escort a notorious criminal out of the jungle to justice in Tarzan The Magnificent (1960).
Collaborator Lewis Nkosi and Italian documentarian Lorenza Mazzetti are featured, along with the subject, in the opening to An American In Sophiatown, 2007, an account of the making of Lionel Rogosin's Come Back, Africa, 1960.
In the twenties, a schoolteacher creates a national furor by teaching evolution in his class in Inherit the Wind (1960), directed by Stanley Kramer and starring Spencer Tracy and Fredric March.
After a bout with polio, future president Franklin Roosevelt fights to save his political career in the film biography, Sunrise at Campobello (1960), starring Ralph Bellamy and Greer Garson.
Bud (Jack Lemmon) serves dinner for recovering Fran (Shirley MacLaine), but they're interrupted by her brother-in-law Karl (Johnny Seven), in a famous scene from Billy Wilder's The Apartment, 1960.
Colleagues Jimmy (Peter Lawford) and Sam (Dean Martin) stay in the background as Danny (Frank Sinatra) deals with the angry Adele (Patrice Wymore) in Ocean's Eleven, 1960.
An American officer (James Stewart) helps villagers against the Japanese during WWII on The Mountain Road (1960).
There's something witchy about the housekeeper (Margaret Hamilton) who shows Mr. Zorba (Donald Woods) where his uncle and her former boss died in William Castle's 13 Ghosts, 1960.
A priest (Dirk Bogarde) and a prostitute (Ava Gardner) fall in love during the Spanish Civil War in The Angel Wore Red (1960).
Introductory remarks by Sydney Pollack, the host of The Essentials, on the 1960 John Sturges Western.
Elvis returned from his Army stint with a case of the G.I. Blues (1960). Featuring the hits Blue Suede Shoes and Wooden Heart.
Audrey Hepburn and Burt Lancaster star in John Huston's western The Unforgiven (1960) about a rancher's adopted daughter torn between two worlds.
Nutty television style opening credits and an opening routine from Paul Winchell and Jerry Mahoney, from the Three Stooges showcase Stop! Look! And Laugh!, 1960.
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