Watch for louche poet Charles Bukowski at 1:22.
You get the theme song in the next clip. Whole film can be streamed at Amazon. IMDB entry here.
Surely the re-release of this fine film would help clarify and resolve the fraught state of race relations in the USA today.
Yes, this is the 60s as nearly as I recall them.
If you like the trailer for Chappaqua
, whole movie below.
Back in 1947, MGM gave away one-acre plots of land located in Valencia County, New Mexico
to 689 different movie critics, editors, and publishers throughout the country. It was a publicity stunt to promote the movie The Sea of Grass
, starring Katharine Hepburn and Spencer Tracy, and directed by Elia Kazan.
Of course, the land was barren desert, running alongside a Santa Fe railway line. So it wasn't worth much.
But I wonder what's become of those one-acre plots today. Have they risen in value? Did any of the recipients hold onto the land, paying the taxes year after year, and passing it on to their heirs?
As for the movie, director Elia Kazan said in his autobiograpy, "It's the only picture I've ever made that I'm ashamed of. Don't see it."
Caution: brief flashes of uncovered upper female chest area and two swears.
If you like the snippet above, featuring the sensuous writhings of Allison Hayes (Attack of the 50-Foot Woman
), then watch the full movie below.