Bonnie & Clyde (1967)

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Bonnie & Clyde – Analysis

Welcome back to THE NEW WAVE, a podcast all about the American ‘New Hollywood’ cinema movement from 1967 through to the early 1980s.

Join your host, Tony Black, as he is joined by Carl Sweeney, podcaster and host of THE MOVIE PALACE–this show’s big brother all about studio-era Hollywood–to discuss what is considered the touchstone of the New Hollywood, Arthur Penn’s seminal 1967 gangster romance, BONNIE & CLYDE…

Join us next time back in 1967 as we discuss Norman Jewison’s searing Civil Rights drama IN THE HEAT OF THE NIGHT…

Host / Editor / Producer

Tony Black

Guest

Carl Sweeney

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