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In this episode we discuss the New Hollywood: The Film School Generation, a period which saw the return of Hollywood through the work of filmmakers who grew up watching television and foreign films.

Spotlights include b-movie magician Roger Corman and his influence on many filmmakers whose work define the period. We also look into Steven Spielberg’s Jaws, the landmark summer blockbuster.

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The Searchers:
Creature from the Black Lagoon:
Dr. No:
The Godfather:
Raiders of the Lost Ark:
Brian’s Song:
Star Wars Saga:
The Graduate:
American Graffiti:
The Little Shop of Horrors:
Boxcar Bertha:
The Raven:
Grand Theft Auto:
Back to the Future:
The Exorcist:
Apocalypse Now:
The Wild Bunch:
The Color Purple:

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