SOCK IT TO ME?
WHAT’S NEW PUSSYCAT? (1965) -- Peter O’Toole and Paula Prentiss cut the rug:
DANGER DIABOLIK (1968):
BLOW UP (1966)
MIDNIGHT COWBOY (1969)
A SAMMY DAVIS JR TWOFER: SALT & PEPPER (1868) AND SWEET CHARITY (1969)
And also from SWEET CHARITY:
Incidentally, I wrote and produced a documentary film on SWEET CHARITY director Bob Fosse for the UK’s Sky Arts channel last year, which should be winging it’s way to the States soon (its also available on DVD via Amazon and all good retailers if you just can’t wait):
COOGAN’S BLUFF (1968):
SEBASTIAN (1968) -- Dirk Bogarde gets spiked -- ‘Are you on something old boy?’
Just say ‘No’ kids!
By the time of DRACULA A.D. 1972 the 1960s had obviously ended, but the hip young folks at Hammer Films in leafy Bray hadn’t quite got the message:
Prior to this hepped/hopped up era, Tarantino’s Once Upon A Time in Hollywood (2019) provides an insight into just how stiff the times were immediately before the changes were rung: