THE 1ST VINTAGE FILM AWARDS 2

On tiny black-and-white televisions, 1965 was a year of stress and uncertainty, starring men in grey flannel suits. For a dollar, though, the big screen offered (in full color) heroes, horses, and happy endings. In such a divided era, it is noteworthy how many major films were made outside the USA. In our survey both a domestic and an import won a statuette.