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The fifties was a learning year and the 60s became the time to express everything that they learned The 60s was a time for new and innovative ways to entertain the people Since the blacklisting continued in Hollywood the making or films became very difficult to express The restrictions such as the production codes kept the big corporations to produce films that had no interesting subjects These films also had to be films that show no signs of communistic values The film industry was failing to bring in the audience to the theaters With the TV making a big wave all over the US the film industry was losing it is money Then in 1961 something big happened 20th Century Fox took apart its lot This act was one that led to a chain reaction Studios were assuming the role of distributors This would allow the independent companies to come in and add a new flavor to the silver screen During this time films changed its traditional film making ideas Things started to get graphic more violent sexual and more expressive Movies had found a new look and with the production codes now gone and the blacklisting ending there was an explosion of ideas that would be presented to the United States The change in the US can be said to be a social revolution People were growing sick of the same old movies they wanted a change and Hollywood needed to deliver or else they would lose their audience to the TV In the early 60s the studios were still afraid of the blacklisting so the films were still very safe An example of this is the film Sound of Music 1965 This was a film about a musical family that needed to escape the Nazi presence Although the movie is based on a true story they still follow the same old idea of a nice family who must escape from the clutches
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