In her mink swiped from a client, call-girl-in-denial Gloria (Elizabeth Taylor) drops in on musician pal Steve (Taylor's then-husband Eddie Fisher), in BUtterfield 8, 1960, from the novel by John O'Hara.
Wandering and disconsolate Shiro (Shigeru Amachi) meets Sachiko (Utako Mitsuya), dead ringer for his dead fiancee', and his spooky pal Tamura (Yoichi Numata) reappears, in Nobuo Nakagawa's Jigoku, 1960.
Things starting to get twisted, Johnny (Johnny Cash) indulging some kinky attitudes with his hostage Nancy (Cay Forester), with cuts away to his partner at the bank (Vic Tayback) in Five Minutes To Live, 1960.
A military explorer tangles with a French spy and a British officer while searching for the northwest passage in Mission of Danger (1960).
A millionaire uses a fake name to infiltrate a musical making fun of him in Let's Make Love (1960).
The first part of director Wong Kar-Wai's opening, introducing Maggie Cheung (as So-Lai) and Leslie Cheung (as York, a.k.a Yuddy), in 1960 Hong Kong, opening the first film in his celebrated and semi-formal trilogy, Days Of Being Wild, 1990.
Sal Mineo stars in the life story of jazz's most famous drummer, The Gene Krupa Story (1959).
Ray Harryhausen turns his stop-motion talent to Jonathan Swift's classic satire in The 3 Worlds of Gulliver (1960).
Not only was he the star, writer, producer and director, Jerry Lewis also made this trailer promoting his first total filmmaker comedy, The Bellboy (1960).
Suburban marrieds (Bob Hope, Lucille Ball) are tempted to dabble in adultery.
Two Japanese teenagers support themselves through blackmail in Nagisa Oshima's Cruel Story of Youth (1960).
Ben (Martin Milner) joins the Zorba family (Donald Woods, Rosemary DeCamp, Jo Morrow and Charles Herbert) in an unsettling Ouija board experiment in director William Castle's 13 Ghosts, 1960.
A young man tries to rescue the woman he loves from her demonic brother (Vincent Price). The first of director Roger Corman's adaptations of Poe.
Alfred Hitchcock takes you on a personal tour of the set of Psycho (1960).
A Victorian scientist is able to visit mankind's future through his new invention in The Time Machine (1960), starring Rod Taylor.
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