By K.V. Turley

‘Bonnie and Clyde’ and ‘A Man for All Seasons’ portray crime and holiness, respectively. The year the bank-robber drama was released, the true story of St. Thomas More dominated the Oscars.

COMMENTARY: How an obscure French film journal changed the course of U.S. history — and how a 1966 classic about St. Thomas More highlights what was lost.

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