What kind of edge does the 60s list have? Less explosions? Other than (repeating myself) the somewhat older demographic focus, I see no difference.>Swiss Family Robinson decent.>101 Dalmatiansgood kids film.>How the West Was Won decent.>Cleopatradisaster.>Mary Poppins decent.>The Sound of Musicdecent.>Hawaii never seen it. doubt it's great.>The Jungle Book good kids film.>Funny Girl decent.>Butch Cassidy & the Sundance Kid Very good western comedy.>Home Alone decent.>T2: Judgment Daygood action film.>Aladdingood kids film. Better than 101 dalmatians.>Jurassic Park decent.>The Lion Kinggood kids film. Better than Jungle Book.>Batman Foreverdisaster.>Independence Daybad.>TitanicOur Sound of Music.>Saving Private RyanWar film made for adults but disturbingly popular as entertainment among kids.>The Phantom Menacedecent.Art house films have never been mainstream. That's why they get shown in shitty little art houses. Night of the Hunter was a flop. Charles Laughton never directed again. Blackballing ain't new.