“Samurai Rebellion” is a captivating Japanese film from 1967 that tells the story of a husband and his samurai father who face a difficult decision when the feudal lord kidnaps the wife of the lord’s only heir. Starring renowned actors such as Toshirō Mifune and Yōko Tsukasa, this gripping drama explores the choice between accepting injustice or risking everything to fight for what is right. Released on May 27, 1967, this movie is definitely worth adding to your must-watch list of the best films from that year.
Kidnapping, Caucasian Style
“Kidnapping, Caucasian Style” is a hilarious Soviet comedy from 1967 that follows the story of Shurik, a well-meaning student who falls head over heels for Nina, a smart and athletic member of the Young Communist League. However, their love is threatened by a wealthy rival named Saakhov, who hatches a crazy plan to kidnap Nina and force her into marriage. With a talented cast including Aleksandr Demyanenko, Natalya Varley, and Yuriy Nikulin, this movie is sure to keep you entertained with its comedic twists and turns.
Cool Hand Luke
“Cool Hand Luke” is a 1967 movie starring Paul Newman, George Kennedy, and Dennis Hopper. Set in a Florida prison farm, it follows the story of Luke Jackson, a rebellious convict who refuses to conform to the rules imposed by the sadistic warden and his fellow inmates. Luke’s unwavering determination and defiance make him a hero among his fellow prisoners and a constant thorn in the side of the prison officers. Released on June 22, 1967, this film was one of the best-voted movies of that year.
In the Heat of the Night
“In the Heat of the Night” is a gripping crime drama set in 1960s Mississippi. When African-American detective Virgil Tibbs is wrongly accused of murder, he teams up with the racist police chief to find the real killer. With stellar performances by Sidney Poitier and Rod Steiger, this 1967 film takes you on a thrilling journey through a small town’s social hierarchy, where Tibbs faces both adversaries and unexpected allies in his quest for justice.
“The Graduate” is a classic movie from 1967 that tells the story of Benjamin, a recent college graduate who is uncertain about his future. Things take an unexpected turn when he becomes entangled in a love triangle with an older woman and her daughter. Starring Anne Bancroft, Dustin Hoffman, and Katharine Ross, this film explores themes of love, uncertainty, and the complexities of relationships. It was released on December 21, 1967, and is considered one of the best movies of that year.
The Dirty Dozen
“The Dirty Dozen” is a thrilling war film released in 1967. Starring an impressive cast including Lee Marvin, Ernest Borgnine, Charles Bronson, and more, the movie follows a group of 12 American military prisoners during World War II. Tasked with a dangerous mission to infiltrate a heavily guarded enemy château and eliminate Nazi officers, these soldiers, who are facing death sentences for their crimes, agree to the mission in hopes of having their sentences commuted. Get ready for an action-packed adventure filled with suspense and unexpected twists!
Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner
“Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner” is a thought-provoking movie from 1967 that explores the challenges faced by a couple when their daughter introduces her black fiancé. Starring a talented cast including Katharine Houghton, Sidney Poitier, Katharine Hepburn, and Spencer Tracy, this film delves into the couple’s attitudes and the societal pressures they confront. Released on December 11, 1967, it is one of the best-voted movies of that year.
In Cold Blood
“In Cold Blood” is a gripping crime drama released in 1967. Based on a true story, it follows two drifters who commit a horrific murder during a failed robbery. As they evade the police, they confront their own mortality and face the consequences of their heinous act. With a talented cast including Robert Blake and Scott Wilson, this movie delves into the dark depths of human nature and leaves a lasting impact.
To Sir, with Love
“To Sir, with Love” is a heartwarming movie released in 1967 that tells the story of a British Guianese engineer who becomes a high school teacher in London’s East End. With a cast including Sidney Poitier, Christian Roberts, and Judy Geeson, the film follows the engineer’s journey as he tries to connect with his disinterested and unruly students, providing them with the attention and care they desperately need. It’s a must-watch for anyone looking for an inspiring and touching story set in the vibrant backdrop of 1960s London.
Bonnie and Clyde
“Bonnie and Clyde” is a thrilling crime film released in 1967, starring Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway. Set in the 1930s, it tells the story of Bonnie Parker, a bored waitress who falls in love with an ex-convict named Clyde Barrow. Together, they embark on a violent crime spree, stealing cars and robbing banks across the country. With a talented cast including Gene Hackman and Estelle Parsons, this movie is a must-watch for fans of action-packed dramas.
Wait Until Dark
“Wait Until Dark” is a thrilling 1967 movie starring Audrey Hepburn, Alan Arkin, and Richard Crenna. The story revolves around a blind woman named Susy, who becomes the target of a group of criminals led by the ruthless Roat. When her husband unknowingly brings home a doll stuffed with heroin, Susy finds herself in a dangerous game of survival as she tries to outsmart the thugs and protect herself. Released on October 26, 1967, this suspenseful film is definitely one of the best voted movies of that year.
The Big Gundown
“The Big Gundown” is a gripping 1967 movie that follows the relentless pursuit of John Corbett, an unofficial lawman, as he tracks down Cuchillo Sanchez, a Mexican peasant accused of a heinous crime. Starring Lee Van Cleef and Tomas Milian, this action-packed film takes you on a thrilling journey through the Wild West, filled with suspense, justice, and unexpected twists. Released on March 3, 1967, it’s no wonder this movie made it to the list of the 20 Best Voted Movies of that year.
Branded to Kill
“Branded to Kill” is a thrilling Japanese movie from 1967 that follows the story of a hitman who finds himself in deep trouble after a failed mission. With a talented cast including Jō Shishido, Kôji Nanbara, and Isao Tamagawa, this action-packed film takes you on a wild ride as the protagonist becomes the target of another assassin. Released on June 15, 1967, it’s no wonder this movie made it to the list of the 20 best voted movies of that year.
“The Producers” is a hilarious comedy released in 1967 that follows the misadventures of Max Bialystock, a Broadway producer, and his accountant, Leo Bloom. Their outrageous plan involves charming elderly ladies to invest in a production that is intentionally designed to fail – a tasteless musical celebrating Hitler. With a star-studded cast including Zero Mostel and Gene Wilder, this film promises to deliver non-stop laughter and unexpected twists.
Barefoot in the Park
“Barefoot in the Park” is a delightful romantic comedy released on May 25, 1967. Starring Robert Redford and Jane Fonda, the film revolves around newlyweds Corie and Paul, who navigate the ups and downs of married life in their Greenwich Village apartment. When Corie tries to set up her mother with a neighbor, a double date leads to unexpected conflicts, making the couple question their relationship. With a talented cast and a humorous storyline, this movie is a must-watch from 1967’s best voted films.
“Hombre” is a gripping Western film released in 1967, starring the legendary Paul Newman alongside a talented ensemble cast. Set in the Wild West, the story follows John Russell, a man shunned by his fellow stagecoach passengers due to his upbringing among Indians. When the group is attacked by outlaws, Russell becomes their only hope for survival. With a compelling plot and stellar performances, this movie is definitely one of the best voted films of 1967.
The Firemen’s Ball
“The Firemen’s Ball” is a hilarious Czechoslovakian comedy released on December 15, 1967. Set in a provincial town, the movie follows the firemen as they organize a grand retirement ball for their old chief. However, their plans are constantly thwarted by workplace mishaps, stolen prizes, a shortage of pretty girls, and even a fire! With a talented cast and a storyline filled with comedic chaos, this film is sure to keep you entertained from start to finish.
“Point Blank” is a gripping 1967 movie that follows the story of a man named Walker, who is betrayed and left for dead. Fueled by revenge, Walker embarks on a relentless mission to recover the stolen money. With an impressive cast including Lee Marvin and Angie Dickinson, this action-packed film is a must-watch for fans of thrilling heist stories.
The Taming of the Shrew
“The Taming of the Shrew” is a captivating 1967 film set in 16th century Italy. Starring Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton, it tells the story of Petruchio, a hot-tempered and impoverished landowner, who arrives in Padua in search of wealth and a wife. The movie follows the hilarious and tumultuous journey as Petruchio attempts to tame the unruly Katherina, the eldest daughter of a wealthy merchant, so that her younger sister can marry. With a talented cast and a release date of March 8, 1967, this film is a must-watch for fans of classic cinema.
Two for the Road
“Two for the Road” is a captivating British film from 1967 starring Audrey Hepburn and Albert Finney. Set against the backdrop of a road trip to a party, the movie delves into the complexities of a dissatisfied marriage, as the couple reminisces about the gradual breakdown of their relationship. With a talented cast and a release date of April 27, 1967, this movie is definitely worth checking out if you’re a fan of Hepburn or Finney’s work.”
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