The Graduate at 40




The film that spoke to a generation of alienated youth during the 1960s is now 40 years old (and actually looking much tamer than it first did). To mark the occasion, a 40th anniversary collector’s edition DVD has been released, filled with a good amount of extra materials. Also, Fresh Air broadcasted a show last week (iTunesFeedWeb Site) that brought together interviews with various members of the film’s cast and crew. As Larry David would say, it’s pretty, pretty, pretty good. And, by the way, have a look back at our earlier post: Meet Larry David (in Video)

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