Beat, Beat, Beat (1959) by William F. Brown
Lawrence Ferlinghetti
Theatrical release poster by Reynold Brown
Poster for The Beat Generation (1959)
A section devoted to the beat generation at a bookstore in Stockholm, Sweden
Stereotypical beatnik woman
The news photo caption for this 1959 event in Venice, California read: "Beatnik Beauties: Posing before a sample of beatnik art are contestants for the title of Miss Beatnik of 1959, which will be conferred Sept. 12 under sponsorship of the Venice Arts Committee. From left are Michi Monteef, Sammy McCord, Patti McCrory, Shaunna Lea and, in rear, Jan Vandaveer."
Poster for The Beatniks (1960)
Jules Feiffer's ad art for the Beat musical The Nervous Set was used on the 1959 cast album (reissued in 2002).

The Beatnik was a media stereotype prevalent from the late 1940s to the mid-1960s that displayed the more superficial aspects of the Beat Generation (the people born between 1928 and 1945) literary movement of the late 1940s and early to mid-1950s.

- Beatnik

It is a sensationalistic interpretation of the beatnik counterculture of the "Beat Generation" (and is sometimes considered one of the last films noir to be produced.) The movie was also shown under the title This Rebel Age.

- The Beat Generation

In the 1950s, a Beatnik subculture formed around the literary movement, although this was often viewed critically by major authors of the Beat movement.

- Beat Generation

The Beat Generation (1959) made an association of the movement with crime and violence, as did The Beatniks (1960).

- Beatnik

The Beat Generation* (1959) (motion picture)

- Beat Generation
Beat, Beat, Beat (1959) by William F. Brown

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