‘Bad Girls Go to Hell’ (1965)
Andrew T. Betzer offers up compelling imagery and a question: Can history hurt you?
The Fab Four get quantified in the classic opening of their breakout film debut.
Yes, he was Spock, but he was also a director, poet and photographer. Updated through 2/28.
Plus: Reverse Shot launches a symposium and the new Cineaste is out.
A HARD DAY’S NIGHT’s lighter-than-air jauntiness makes 1964’s other big-screen entertainments look as cumbersome as military tanks next to a pogo stick.
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