1962 Movies Film historians generally recognize 1939 as the most impressive year for movies. But host Howard Berkes talks with two film experts who argue that 1962 was the gold standard in filmmaking -- both in the U.S. and abroad -- Mike McClellean, vice president of film at Landmark Theatres, and Stephen Farber, a writer for Movieline magazine.
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Film historians generally recognize 1939 as the most impressive year for movies. But host Howard Berkes talks with two film experts who argue that 1962 was the gold standard in filmmaking — both in the U.S. and abroad — Mike McClellean, vice president of film at Landmark Theatres, and Stephen Farber, a writer for Movieline magazine.