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Dustin Hoffman film career took off in 1968 in "The Graduate." In it Hoffman plays a college graduate, who was seduced by an older woman, played by Ann Bancroft.
There are plenty of good moments in the film, one in which someone told him to invest in plastics and when Hoffman pounding on the windows of a church to get his girlfriend's attention. This is director Mike Nichols' second film as director and he scored big, winning the Best Director Oscar.
"The Graduate" stood the test of time, 34 years later. Still a great movie.
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