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The founder of Motown, changes the name of the Supremes to Diana Ross and the Supremes. 1967 11 May Joseph H. Hirschhorn donates his art collection, including fifty-six hundred paintings, drawings, and sculptures, to the United States. The collection's value is appraised at $50 million. 8 Dec. Paul Mellon donates his collection of British rare books, paintings, drawings, and prints to Yale University. The collection's value is appraised at more than $35 million. Movies Bonnie and Clyde, starring Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway, Cool Hand Luke, starring Paul Newman; The Graduate, starring Dustin Hoffman and Anne Bancroft, Guess Who's Coming to Dinner, starring Sidney Poitier, Spencer Tracy, and Katharine Hepburn; In the Heat of the Night, starring Sidney Poitier and Rod Steiger, The Jungle Book, Disney animation.
The Beatles — singersongwriter-guitarists John Lennon and Paul McCartney, guitarist George Harrison, and drummer Ringo Starr — began producing hit singles in 1963 in England, some of which found their way to American charts. S. tour, Beatlemania was born in America. Thousands of screaming fans lined up to see the Fab Four, as they were called, whose distinctive collarless jackets and long mop-top hairstyles set a fashion trend. The Beatles also appeared in a film in 1964, A Hard Day`s Night. Their singles dominated the American charts in that year and appeared there regularly until their breakup in 1970.
Baker with Tom Czarnota and Peter Hogan, Monkeemania: The True Story of The Monkees (New York: St. : Pierian, 1987). ually electrified. In 1965, for instance, Dylan introduced a "folk rock" group, with electric instruments, angering many who felt he had sold out. The following year the group the Lovin' Spoonful, which also combined elements of folk and rock, had a number-one hit with "Summer in the City" and came to national fame. Further blows came as Dylan continued to distance himself from protest songs, which were taken up by the new rock performers.
American Decades: 1960-1969 (American Decades) by Judith Baughman, Richard Layman, Vincent Tompkins, Victor Bondi