Title: Cult Films and the 1950's
|Subject:||Music and Movies|
|Date:||June 21, 2015|
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However, by far the most intriguing decade to me would have to be the nineteen fifties. There are many reasons why I could say the fifties ranging from great sports moments to political milestones, which gave way to our society now. The nineteen fifties were a time when segregation was ending, people were daring to explore their sexuality, the race to venture in to space, the Korean War, the birth of the New York Yankee Legacy, and Elvis...
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The nineteen fifties were a time when segregation was ending, people were daring to explore their sexuality, the race to venture in to space, the Korean War, the birth of the New York Yankee Legacy, and Elvis.
However, for my purposes in this paper and in relation to the cult film genre, there are three specific reasons why I chose the era of the fifties...
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