Recent direct experimental observation of multiple highly dispersive C60 valence bands has allowed for a detailed analysis of the unusual photoemission traits of these features through photon energy- and polarization-dependent measurements. Previously obscured dispersions and strong photoemission traits are now revealed by specific light polarizations. The observed intensity effects prove the locking in place of the C60 molecules at low temperatures and the existence of an orientational order imposed by the substrate chosen. Most importantly, photon energy- and polarization-dependent effects are shown to be intimately linked with the orbital character of the C60 band manifolds which allow for a more precise determination of the orbital character within the third highest occupied molecular orbital (HOMO-2). Our observations and analysis provide important considerations for the connection between molecular and crystalline C60 electronic structure, past and future band structure studies, and for increasingly popular C60 electronic device applications, especially those making use of heterostructures.