8. Hair

Hair, or officially Hair: The American Tribal Love-Rock Musical, was originally staged at the Public Theater in 1967. The musical pushed the boundaries with its songs about race, drugs, and sex. In 1979, the musical was transformed into a movie, with some songs dropped and more story added.

The film is notable for showing Central Park in its dark ages. The Mall and Bethesda Terrace can be seen heavily damaged and strewn with garbage and the Sheep Meadow has some patches of grass in between large swaths of dirt as they appear in the Central Park Conservancy’s before images.