Vengeance is a 1968 Italian-German Spaghetti Western film written and directed by Antonio Margheriti. It stars Richard Harrison, Mariangela Giordano, and Luciano Pigozzi.
Greetings is a 1968 film directed by Brian De Palma. A satirical film about men avoiding the Vietnam War draft, it features a young Robert De Niro in his first major role. It was the first film to receive an X rating by the MPAA, although it was later given an R rating. De Niro reprised the character of Jon Rubin in the 1970 film Hi, Mom! also directed by De Palma. The film was entered into the 19th Berlin International Film Festival, where it won a Silver Bear award.
Symbiopsychotaxiplasm: Take One is a 1968 experimental docu-drama film written, directed, and conceived by African-American film director and documentarian William Greaves. The film, which is shot and presented in the style of a cinéma vérité documentary, attempts to capture and examine pure reality unhindered by the presence of the cameras all around. It is perhaps most memorable for the layers of metatextual storytelling inherent in the concept of the story: that of a documentary inside a documentary inside a documentary.
In 2015, the United States Library of Congress selected the film for preservation in the National Film Registry, finding it “culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant”.
A 1968 French-Italian film directed by Jean Herman and produced by Serge Silberman, with a screenplay by Sebastien Japrisot. The film was a big success in Europe and was crucial to Charles Bronson’s career, making him a star over there, after being pigeonholed as a supporting actor in Hollywood.
The documentary follows four salesmen as they travel across New England and southeast Florida trying to sell expensive Bibles door-to-door in low-income neighborhoods and attend a meeting in Chicago. The film focuses in particular on the struggles of salesman Paul Brennan, a middle-aged Irish-American Catholic from Jamaica Plain, Boston, who struggles to maintain his sales.
Curse of the Crimson Altar is a 1968 British horror film directed by Vernon Sewell and starring Christopher Lee, Boris Karloff, Barbara Steele and Mark Eden. The film was produced by Lewis M. Heyward for Tigon British Film Productions. The film was released as The Crimson Cult in the United States.
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Negatives is a 1968 British drama film directed by Peter Medak. It stars Peter McEnery, Diane Cilento, Glenda Jackson (Women in Love) and Billy Russell. The plot goes as follows: A woman photographer encounters a strange unmarried couple who engage in sex games of fantasy and role playing that soon grow dangerous as the boyfriend delves deeper and deeper into his role of a sadistic WW I fighter pilot.
Jayne Mansfield takes us on a world tour of her favorite spots around the globe, including Paris and Rome. Jayne Mansfield was an American film, theater, and television actress. She was also a nightclub entertainer and a singer. She was also known for her well-publicized personal life and publicity stunts. Although her film career was short-lived, she had several box-office successes and won a Theatre World Award and a Golden Globe.
The Immortal Story is a 1968 French film directed by Orson Welles and starring Jeanne Moreau. The film was originally broadcast on French television and was later released in theaters. It was based on a short story by the Danish writer Isak Dinesen. With a running time of 58 minutes, it is the shortest feature film directed by Welles.
Hour of the Wolf (Swedish: Vargtimmen) is a 1968 Swedish surrealist–psychological horror–drama film, directed by Ingmar Bergman and starring Max von Sydow and Liv Ullmann.
Over the years, Hour of the Wolf has grown significantly in stature, and it is now considered by some to be one of Bergman’s major works.
They Saved Hitler’s Brain is a 1968 science fiction film that was adapted for television from a shorter 1963 theatrical feature film, Madmen of Mandoras, directed by David Bradley. The film was lengthened with about twenty minutes of additional footage shot by UCLA students at the request of the distributor. As the original footage was shot several years earlier, the differences in costumes and production values are rather obvious.
* Walter Stocker as Phil Day
* Audrey Caire as Kathy Coleman ‘K.C.’ Day
* Carlos Rivas as Camino Padua / Teo Padua
* John Holland as Prof. John Coleman
* Marshall Reed as Frank Dvorak
* Scott Peters as David Garrick
* Keith Dahle as Tom Sharon
* Dani Lynn as Suzanne Coleman
* Nestor Paiva as Police Chief Alaniz
* Pedro Regas as Presidente Juan Padua
* Bill Freed as Adolf Hitler
Night of the Living Dead (1968) – IMDb
“The radiation from a fallen satellite might have caused the recently deceased to rise from the grave and seek the living to use as food. This is the situation that a group of people penned up in an old farmhouse must deal with. Written by Todd A. Bobenrieth <TAB146@PSUVM.EDU>”