Bonnie and Clyde

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Friday, August 03, 2007

It’s just 40 years since the release of the movie "Bonnie and Clyde." The film opened in the so-called Summer of Love, which was also the summer of rioting in New Jersey and new initiatives in the Vietnam War. As Sara Fishko tells us, the film made history sizzle; it also divided critics, thrilled audiences and opened creative doors. Here is the next Fishko Files.


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