The Graduate

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Graduate Director Mike Nichols Dead at 83

Entertainment icon had prolific, lengthy career in Hollywood, on Broadway

(Newser) - Mike Nichols, the iconic director of Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, The Graduate, Working Girl, Angels in America, Spamalot, and much more, died suddenly yesterday at the age of 83. "No one was more passionate about his craft than Mike," says the president of ABC News , which... More »

Yeah, Baby, Yeah: The Top 15 Movie Catchphrases goes ahead and makes your day

(Newser) - As time goes by, movie catchphrases become a dime a dozen. Luckily, lists the top 15 one-liners, and as lists go, you must remember this:
  • “Here's looking at you, kid.” (Casablanca, 1942)
  • “Mrs. Robinson, you're trying to seduce me aren't you?” (The Graduate, 1967)
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Here's to You, Mrs. Robinson, 40 Years Later

Anniversary marks movie that spoke to a generation

(Newser) - It seemed destined to be an art house anachronism. The director was inexperienced, the lead actor unknown and apparently miscast, the score cobbled together. The result, however, was one of the seminal works in the history of American cinema, "The Graduate. " As the 40th anniverary DVD is released,... More »

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