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The Happening(1967)

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    • 4/19/12

  • Loved the Theme Song

    • Steve
    • 4/18/12

    The movie is truly cheesy and cool as a previous reviewer noted. My favorite part was the theme song, which was a big hit for Diana Ross and the Supremes. I saw them perform the song live and they sung it almost tongue in cheek; just great and so "of the era".

  • Graduation night memories

    • Ronald McClendon
    • 10/27/09

    This was the movie they played at the theater the night of graduation. Loved it and the memories.

  • Stylish, Swingin' and So 60's!

    • Bruce Reber
    • 7/11/08

    I remember seeing "The Happening" on a local TV station for the first time when I was about 17. Now over 30 years later I love this film even more! I was very young when it was made, so it gives me a look at the 60's that I didn't appreciate while I was growing up in that wild & crazy decade. Although it features Anthony Quinn, Milton Berle and other veteran actors, there are great performances from the younger ones (especially Faye Dunaway) who would later become stars in their own right. I think that "The Happening" deserves cult status along with other offbeat 60's films. I also agree that it should be put on DVD. Please show it again soon TCM(maybe consider adding it to your TCM Underground lineup also). But until then I videotaped it and will have to watch it that way.

  • Come on get this movie on dvd!

    • Rob Wells
    • 7/10/08

    1967 on film never looked so cool and cheesy. I am not from this generation, but I am a huge fan of this flick and really hope they get this on dvd soon....in fact I think a facebook group is in order.

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