Jodie Foster behind a computer wearing simple plastic glasses.
|121||Werewolf in a girls' dormitory||1962||horror||Richard Benson||
At the point where the entire school assembles to witness the porter's flight, a female staff member in glasses is shown prominently*. Strangely, this colleague of Miss Schultz is not referred to - let alone shown - anywhere else in the movie. Probably, this character was cut from the movie in the latter stages of production or else it was cut from the version I saw.
*This scene is featured in (one of) the trailer(s) as well.
|122||Compagni, I||1963||crime; drama||Mario Monicelli||
Haven't seen this film yet. Notes based on the poster artwork.
|123||Nutty Professor, The||1963||comedy||Jerry Lewis||
Jerry Lewis donning horn half rims as Professor Julius Kelp.
I haven't seen this film yet. Inclusion and notes based on stills.
|125||Pawnbroker, The||1964||drama||Sidney Lumet||
- Rod Steiger in the title role as Sol Nazerman.
|126||Sex and the Single Girl||1964||
Natalie Wood has black plastic cat eye readers as the psychologist Helen Gurley Brown.
|127||What's New Pussycat||1965||comedy||Clive Donner; Richard Talmadge||
Peter Sellers as Dr. Fritz Fassbender.
|128||Boia scarlatto, Il||1965||horror||Massimo Pupillo (as Max Hunter)||
- Rita Klein as the blonde cover girl Nancy, is wearing plastic ovals when reading.
|129||Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?||1966||drama||Mike Nichols||
Richard Burton as George in plastic glasses with black top and transparent bottom.
|130||Grande Vadrouille, La||1966||comedy, war||Gérard Oury||
- Pierre Bertin as the grandfather of Juliette wears wire rimmed glasses. The character is a puppeteer in Paris.
|131||Guess Who's Coming to Dinner||1967||drama||Stanley Kramer||
Spencer Tracy in black plastic glasses as Matt Drayton. In 1969 Spencer Tracy was posthumously awarded for this part, the BAFTA film award for Best Actor in a Leading Role.
|132||Anna||1967||musical; romance||Pierre Koralnik||
- Anna Karina in perfectly round glasses with a black frame.
|133||I Love You, Alice B. Toklas!||1968||comedy||Hy Averback||
Haven't seen this movie yet. Inclusion in this list based on stills and movie poster.
|134||Night of the Living Dead||1968||horror||George A. Romero||
Russell Streiner as Johnny in black plastic eyewear.
|135||Greetings||1968||comedy||Brian De Palma||
Robert De Niro as Jon Rubin in modified round metal rimmed glasses.
|136||Take the Money and Run||1969||comedy; crime||Woody Allen||
Woody Allen in his trademark black plastic glasses as Virgil Starkwell, an "inept bankrobber". Character in glasses is featured on movie poster.
Hungarian movie in black and white. The English title is "Those who Wear Glasses", the German title "Brillenträger".
|138||Charleys Onkel||1969||comedy||Werner Jacobs||
Heinz Erhardt and Willy Millowitsch wearing a dark plastic frame.
- Jean-Louis Trintignant in plastic glasses with slightly dark lenses as Le juge d'instruction (examining magistrate). - Yves Montand in turtle rimmed glasses as Z.
- Notes and inclusion based on trailer.
|140||Fragment of Fear||1970||crime||Richard C. Sarafian||
I haven't seen this movie yet. Note based on the beginning of the film.