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Great ’60s Novels Now Playing on Netflix

RosemarysBaby_Mia2_400Sixties pop culture would never have been the same without confused college graduate Benjamin Braddock, New York socialite Holly Golightly, rough-and-tumble marshal Rooster Cogburn, or Rosemary Woodhouse, who’s beginning to have terrible suspicions about her husband and her creepy neighbors. Roman Polanski’s Rosemary’s Baby is one of the most faithful of adaptations (Ira Levin modeled his Gothic apartment building on the real-life Dakota in New York City), while the movie Breakfast at Tiffany’s bears little resemblance to the much darker Truman Capote novel it’s based on.

You can stream these ’60s films, as well as The Graduate, True Grit, Born Free, The Hustler, Valley of the Dolls, and The Longest Day on Netflix right now (availability subject to change) or grab a copy of the books that inspired them.

Rosemary’s Baby movie still courtesy Screen Rant


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