The Graduate Full Movie 1967 – Mike Nichols Director Anne Bancroft Mrs. Robinson Dustin Hoffman Benjamin Braddock Katherine Ross Elaine Robinson Murray Hamilton Mr. Robinson Elizabeth Wilson Mrs. Braddock
Doubtful about his future, Benjamin Braddock returns home to Los Angeles after graduating from an Eastern college. His parents will soon throw a party to brag about their son’s academic achievements and his bright prospects in business. One of the guests, Mrs. Robinson, persuades Ben to take her home, where she tries to seduce him, but her voice is interrupted by the noise of her husband’s car on the driveway. Unashamed of her charming manipulations, she soon finds the nervous and inexperienced Ben regularly meeting her at the Taft Hotel. As the summer wears on, Benjamin becomes increasingly bored and listless. He often returns home late at night and walks around the pond. When his worried parents try to interest Mrs. Robinson’s daughter, Elaine, Ben agrees to date her to avoid inviting the entire Robinson family to dinner. At first Benjamin is rude to Elaine and takes her to a strip club, but realizing how cruel he has been, he apologizes and the two begin dating. An angry Mrs. Robinson demands that Ben stop seeing her daughter. Instead he reveals the truth to a shocked Elaine, who returns to college in Berkeley. Although Ben pursues her and tries to persuade her to marry him, Elaine’s parents intervene and encourage her to marry Carl, a student she has been dating. Ben returns to Los Angeles, but when Mrs. Robinson refuses to divulge any details about the wedding, he rushes back to Berkeley and learns that the ceremony will be held in Santa Barbara. Arriving at the church during the final vows, he shouts Elaine’s name over the heads of the surprised guests. Elaine sees her parents’ anger at Ben, and realizing what their influence has been, she fights off her mother and Carl and runs to Ben. After locking the congregation in the church by nailing the doorknob, the couple jump onto a passing bus and leave.
The Graduate Full Movie 1967
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Al Bettcher Camera Operator Dick Borland Grip Emilio Calori Camera Assistant William Cannon Production Assistant Jim Cowan Camera Assistant Phyllis Garr Wardrobe Earl Gilbert Gaffer Dave Grusin Additional Music Sydney Guilaroff Hairstyles Lynn Guthrie Assistant Director Lynn Guthrie Assistant Director Buck Hen George Donn. Levin Presented Joyce Lilley Prod Secretary Harry Maret Makeup Gene Marum Assistant Director Donald J. Mcdonald Wardrobe Harold Michelson Sketch Artist George R. Nelson Set Decoration Mike Nichols Company George Nogle Camera Operator Sam O’steen Assistant Film Editor Meta Rebner Script Supervisor Designer Frank Shugrue Stills Paul Simon Composer Jack Solomon Sound Lynn Stalmaster Casting Consultant Robert Surtees Director of Photography Richard Sylbert Production Design Lawrence Turman Producer Lawrence Turman Company Calder Willingham Assistant Screenwriter Sherry Wilson Wirdresser Film Editor Zerry Wilson Wirdresser
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Here are some variations of the one-sheet movie poster for The Graduate (1967) starring Dustin Hoffman and Anne Bancroft. The one sheet measured 27×41 inches and was the most common style of poster used in movie theaters.
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Benjamin Braddock returns home to his wealthy parents in California after graduating from Eastern College, uncertain of his future and unable to make any kind of decisive move in his life. He begins an affair with an older woman, Mrs. Robinson, the wife of his father’s business partner, but the affair only makes him more depressed and paranoid. He then reconnects with Robinson’s daughter, Elaine, and pursues her over her mother’s violent protests, finding a sense of meaning and purpose in his life for the first time.
Cast: Anne Bancroft (Mrs. Robinson), Dustin Hoffman (Ben Braddock), Catherine Ross (Elaine Robinson), William Daniels (Mr. Braddock), Murray Hamilton (Mr. Robinson), Elizabeth Wilson (Mrs. Braddock).
More than 40 years later, The Bachelor remains so iconic that images, lines and references, both direct and oblique, continue to circulate throughout popular culture. It is a measure of the film’s lasting impact and appeal that is still debated, debated and dissected among scholars, critics and fans alike. Some see it as a groundbreaking, sharp satire of a younger generation trying to escape the hypocritical hypocrisy of their parents, while others see it as a take on the superficially smart and essentially conservative youth culture that flourished at the time. The truth is often somewhere in the middle.
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Just witness the varied reactions to the final scene: Is it an expression of love to win the day despite an uncertain future? Or a cop-out that practically propagates the most sacrosanct notions of chaste dating that blossoms into, as one critic put it, “the enduring and conventionally monogamous relationship.” Director Mike Nichols has said it’s his favorite scene in the film, where Ben and Elaine don’t know what to say to each other, and they’re ill-prepared for whatever lies ahead. To him, this last moment shows that Ben and Elaine will end up like their parents.
In fact, Nichols has said The Graduate is not about the “generation gap” it often seems, but about the idea of objects, the material things that people try to acquire and hold on to in their lives. Through that, people themselves become objects. For him, Benjamin’s story is not one of youthful rebellion but of trying to be “active instead of passive” and struggling to “not be used as an object” like everything around him.
Despite critical analysis and revisions and Nichols’ claims, The Graduate remains in our cultural memory as the greatest youth film of its time. It is a portrait of the old (50s) of the new America (60s) with themes, narrative devices and cinematic techniques influenced by European and avant-garde films and popularized in television commercials. Its soundtrack alone became a big-selling album featuring pop songs that added a touch even when they weren’t clearly related to the action or characters on screen. This is a method that is still used (some would say overused) to this day