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When Kit (Martin Sheen) meets young Holly (Sissy Spacek), it's a match made in cinematic heaven. The pairing of the young couple in Badlands was the beginning of prolific careers for both actors. The Criterion Collection hide caption

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As dockworker Terry Malloy in Elia Kazan's On the Waterfront, a young Marlon Brando firmly established himself as a leading Hollywood icon. Criterion Collection hide caption

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Buster Keaton, aka "The Great Stone Face," brought side-splitting comedy to the silent-screen era. Here, he's pictured in 1924's The Navigator. Kino Lorber hide caption

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Richard (Mark McKinney) and Sanjay (Colm Feore) get up close and personal in the zany backstage comedy Slings and Arrows. Ken Woroner/Acorn Media hide caption

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Joe (Bruce Willis) fights a younger version of himself in Looper. Alan Markfield/Sony Pictures hide caption

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1954's Creature from the Black Lagoon is featured in the new release of Universal's classic monster movies. Universal Pictures hide caption

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George Maharis (left) played Buz Murdock alongside Martin Milner as Tod Stiles in Route 66, two men driving across America in search of home. Shout! Factory hide caption

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John Cusack and Cameron Diaz in Being John Malkovich. Criterion Collection hide caption

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Pillow Talk stars Doris Day (above) and Rock Hudson as a pair of strangers who butt heads and fall in love on a shared telephone line. Universal Pictures hide caption

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DVD Picks: 'Pillow Talk'

Bob Mondello recommends the Blu-ray release of Rock Hudson and Doris Day's first onscreen pairing, 1959's Pillow Talk.

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'Tonight' Music: Richard Beymer and Natalie Wood played Tony and Maria in the 1961 film of West Side Story. Fox Home Entertainment hide caption

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DVD Picks: 'West Side Story'

Film critic Bob Mondello recommends the 50th anniversary Blu-ray release of West Side Story.

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