Top 20 Fan-Favorite Movies from 1966: A Nostalgic Cinematic Journey

Fasten your seatbelts, cinephiles! We’re about to take a thrilling ride back to 1966, a golden year in the world of cinema. This was a time when the silver screen was graced with unforgettable performances, groundbreaking narratives, and cinematic techniques that still inspire filmmakers today. From spaghetti westerns to psychedelic sci-fi, 1966 had it all. So, dust off your vintage movie projector, pop some corn, and prepare to be transported back to a time when movie tickets were a mere dollar and the magic of cinema was as intoxicating as ever. We’ve compiled a list of the top 20 fan-favorite movies from this iconic year. Whether you’re a seasoned film buff or a curious newcomer, this nostalgic cinematic journey is sure to entertain, inspire, and perhaps even surprise you. So, without further ado, let’s rewind the reel to 1966!
The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

Release Date: 1966-12-23

Genres: Western

“The Good, the Bad and the Ugly” is a classic Western film released in 1966. Set during the Civil War, it follows three intriguing characters – a mysterious loner, a ruthless hitman, and a cunning Mexican bandit – as they embark on a thrilling quest across the American Southwest in search of a stolen fortune of $200,000 in gold. Starring Clint Eastwood, Eli Wallach, and Lee Van Cleef, this action-packed movie is hailed as one of the best films of 1966.

Cast: Clint Eastwood (Blondie) , Eli Wallach (Tuco Ramirez) , Lee Van Cleef (Sentenza / Angel Eyes) , Aldo Giuffrè (Alcoholic Union Captain) , Luigi Pistilli (Father Pablo Ramirez) , Rada Rassimov (Maria) , Enzo Petito (Storekeeper) , Claudio Scarchilli (Tuco Henchman) , Antonio Casale (Bill Carson / Jackson) , Livio Lorenzon (Baker) , Sandro Scarchilli (Tuco Henchman) , Benito Stefanelli (Member of Angel Eyes’ Gang) , Angelo Novi (Monk) , Antonio Casas (Stevens) , Aldo Sambrell (Member of Angel Eyes’ Gang) , Al Mulock (One-Armed Bounty Hunter) , Sergio Mendizábal (Blonde Bounty Hunter) , Antonio Molino Rojo (Captain Harper) , Lorenzo Robledo (Clem) , Mario Brega (Corporal Wallace) , Chelo Alonso (Stevens’ Wife (uncredited)) , Fortunato Arena (1st Sombrero Onlooker at Tuco’s 1st Hanging (uncredited)) , Román Ariznavarreta (Bounty Hunter (uncredited)) , Silvana Bacci (Mexican Woman with Blondie (uncredited)) , Joseph Bradley (Old Soldier (uncredited))

Directors: Sergio Leone

Writers: Sergio Leone, Luciano Vincenzoni, Agenore Incrocci, Furio Scarpelli, Mickey Knox

Tags: bounty hunter, refugee, gold, anti hero, gallows, hitman, army, outlaw, shootout, moral ambiguity, spaghetti western, dollars trilogy



Release Date: 1966-10-18

Genres: Drama

“Persona” is a thought-provoking movie from 1966 that tells the story of a young nurse named Alma who is assigned to care for Elisabeth Vogler, a seemingly healthy actress who refuses to speak. As Alma tries to engage Elisabeth in conversation, she realizes that her efforts are in vain, leading to a profound realization about the nature of existence. Starring Bibi Andersson and Liv Ullmann, this film is a must-watch for those seeking a deep and introspective cinematic experience.

Cast: Bibi Andersson (Alma) , Liv Ullmann (Elisabet Vogler) , Margaretha Krook (The Doctor) , Gunnar Björnstrand (Herr Vogler) , Jörgen Lindström (Elisabet’s Son (uncredited))

Directors: Ingmar Bergman

Writers: Ingmar Bergman

Tags: nurse, confession, dream, identity crisis, mental breakdown, betrayal, mute, patient, psychiatry, submerged, institution, dual personality, stage actress, duality, dissociative identities

Andrei Rublev

Andrei Rublev

Release Date: 1966-12-16

Genres: Drama, History

“Andrei Rublev” is a captivating Russian drama set in the turbulent era of the revered religious icon painter, Andrei Rublev. The film follows his journey as he drifts from place to place, gaining recognition for his art but ultimately witnessing a brutal battle that leads him to take a vow of silence. As he seeks solace and redemption, Rublev’s story unfolds, showcasing his struggle to find his artistic voice once again. Starring Anatoliy Solonitsyn, Ivan Lapikov, and Nikolay Grinko, this thought-provoking film was released on December 16, 1966, and is hailed as one of the best movies of its time.

Cast: Anatoliy Solonitsyn (Andrei Rublev) , Ivan Lapikov (Kirill) , Nikolay Grinko (Daniil Chornyy) , Nikolai Sergeyev (Feofan Grek) , Irma Raush (God’s Fool) , Nikolay Burlyaev (Boriska) , Yuriy Nazarov (Grand Prince / Little Prince) , Yuriy Nikulin (Patrikey) , Rolan Bykov (Buffoon) , Nikolay Grabbe (Stepan) , Mikhail Kononov (Foma) , Stepan Krylov (Senior Foundry Worker) , Bolot Beyshenaliev (Tatar Khan) , B. Matysik (Pyotr) , Anatoliy Obukhov (Aleksey) , Volodya Titov (Sergey) , Nikolay Glazkov (Yefim) , K. Aleksandrov () , Semyon Bardin (Hut Owner) , Ivan Bykov () , G. Borisovskiy () , Vladimir Vasilyev (Monk) , Zinaida Vorkul (Mariya) , Aleksandr Titov (Stepan) , Viktor Volkov (Carver)

Directors: Andrei Tarkovsky

Writers: Andrei Tarkovsky, Andrei Konchalovsky, L. Lazarev, N. Belyaeva

Tags: christianity, monk, painter, rape, cathedral, artist, crucifixion, famine, icon, biography, tatars, bell, teacher, torture, massacre, brutality, middle ages, monastery, tartar, bell maker, 15th century, religious vow

The Battle of Algiers

The Battle of Algiers

Release Date: 1966-09-08

Genres: Drama, War, History

“The Battle of Algiers” is a gripping historical drama released in 1966. Set during the Algerian struggle for independence from French colonial rule, the film follows Ali, a former thief turned prominent member of the Algerian Front de Liberation Nationale. As the rebels fight for freedom, the movie vividly portrays the escalating measures taken by the French government to suppress the revolt. With a talented cast and a captivating storyline, this movie is a must-watch for history enthusiasts and fans of intense political dramas.

Cast: Brahim Hadjadj (Ali La Pointe) , Jean Martin (Col. Mathieu) , Yacef Saadi (Djafar) , Samia Kerbash (One of the girls) , Ugo Paletti (Captain) , Fusia El Kader (Halima) , Mohamed Ben Kassen (Petit Omar) , Gene Wesson ((uncredited))

Directors: Gillo Pontecorvo

Writers: Franco Solinas, Gillo Pontecorvo

Tags: bomb, muslim, resistance, revolution, algerian, independence, insurrection, government, historical fiction, torture, united nations, underground fighting, algiers, algeria, military, casbah, battle of algiers, struggle for independence

Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?

Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?

Release Date: 1966-06-22

Genres: Drama

“Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?” is a gripping drama released in 1966 that revolves around a history professor and his wife who invite a young couple, new to the university, for a night of drinks and conversation. As the evening progresses, the couple’s hidden secrets and deep-seated bitterness towards each other unravel, resulting in a raw and intense portrayal of their dysfunctional marriage. Starring Elizabeth Taylor, Richard Burton, George Segal, and Sandy Dennis, this movie is a must-watch for its powerful performances and exploration of complex human relationships.

Cast: Elizabeth Taylor (Martha) , Richard Burton (George) , George Segal (Nick) , Sandy Dennis (Honey) , Agnes Flanagan (Roadhouse Waitress (uncredited)) , Frank Flanagan (Roadhouse Manager (uncredited))

Directors: Mike Nichols

Writers: Harold Michelson, Ernest Lehman, Edward Albee

Tags: alcohol, adultery, professor, married couple, black humor, son, guest, campus, based on play or musical, new england, one night, marital tensions

For Love and Gold

For Love and Gold

Release Date: 1966-04-07

Genres: Adventure, Comedy

“For Love and Gold” is a hilarious adventure film set in 1966. It follows a group of mischievous rogues who embark on a journey to steal a valuable scroll granting ownership of a wealthy land in southern Italy. Led by the charismatic knight Brancaleone, played by Vittorio Gassman, the group encounters numerous thrilling escapades along the way. With a star-studded cast including Catherine Spaak and Gian Maria Volonté, this movie promises to be an entertaining and action-packed ride through medieval Italy.

Cast: Vittorio Gassman (Brancaleone da Norcia) , Catherine Spaak (Matelda) , Folco Lulli (Pecoro) , Gian Maria Volonté (Teofilatto dei Leonzi) , Maria Grazia Buccella (Vedova) , Barbara Steele (Teodora) , Enrico Maria Salerno (Zenone) , Carlo Pisacane (Abacuc) , Ugo Fangareggi (Mangoldo) , Gianluigi Crescenzi (Taccone) , Alfio Caltabiano (Arnolfo Mano-di-ferro) , Pippo Starnazza (Piccioni) , Luigi Sangiorgi (Manuc) , Fulvia Franco (Luida) , Tito García (Filuccio) , Joaquín Díaz (Giuccone) , Luis Induni (Luigi di Sangi) , Carlos Ronda (Enrico di Andrea) , Juan C. Carlos (Aldo di Scaraffone) , Vezio Natili (Teofilatto’s Family Member (uncredited))

Directors: Mario Monicelli

Writers: Agenore Incrocci, Furio Scarpelli, Mario Monicelli

Tags: italy, knight, contagion spread, middle ages, cavalry, apulia, italy

How to Steal a Million

How to Steal a Million

Release Date: 1966-07-13

Genres: Comedy, Crime, Romance

“How to Steal a Million” is a delightful 1966 movie starring Audrey Hepburn and Peter O’Toole. Set in Paris, the film follows a woman who embarks on a daring mission to steal a statue from a museum in order to protect her father’s art forgeries. With a star-studded cast and a release date of July 13, 1966, this movie is definitely one of the best voted films of that year!

Cast: Audrey Hepburn (Nicole Bonnet) , Peter O’Toole (Simon Dermott) , Eli Wallach (Davis Leland) , Hugh Griffith (Charles Bonnet) , Charles Boyer (Bernard De Solnay) , Fernand Gravey (Grammont) , Marcel Dalio (Senior Paravideo) , Jacques Marin (Chief Guard) , Moustache (Guard) , Roger Tréville (Auctioneer) , Edward Malin (Insurance Clerk) , Bert Bertram (Marcel) , Leoda Richards (Lady in Ritz Hotel Bar (uncredited)) , Georg Stanford Brown (Waiter) , Louise Chevalier (Cleaning Woman) , Rémy Longa (Young Man)

Directors: William Wyler

Writers: Harry Kurnitz, George Bradshaw

Tags: insurance fraud, theft, art thief, swinging 60s, forgery



Release Date: 1966-12-30

Genres: Comedy, Drama

“Daisies” is a captivating movie from 1966 that follows the mischievous adventures of two teenage girls. With a series of destructive pranks, they playfully consume and destroy everything in their path. Starring Jitka Cerhová and Ivana Karbanová, this film is a must-watch for its unique storyline and the brilliant performances of its lead actors.

Cast: Jitka Cerhová (Marie I) , Ivana Karbanová (Marie II) , Julius Albert (Elderly Gentleman) , Jan Klusák (Young Gentleman) , Marie Češková (Woman in toilet) , Jiřina Myšková () , Marcela Březinová (Toilet Keeper) , Oldřich Hora () , Václav Chochola () , Jaromír Vomáčka () , Josef Koníček () , František Uldrich () , Oldřich Bašus () , A. Drábek () , J. Hrubý () , Robert Kühnel () , J. Laufer () , L. Nedvěd () , J. Pech () , J. Tesárek () , J. Bartoš () , Miloslava Babůrková () , V. Zikmund () , Jiří Menzel (Jan (voice))

Directors: Věra Chytilová

Writers: Pavel Juráček, Věra Chytilová, Ester Krumbachová, Jiří Suchý

Tags: eroticism, feminism, collage, teenage girl, rebellious youth, flapper, woman director, repeated line, phallic symbol, dumbwaiter, sound effect, czech new wave, crazy girl



Release Date: 1966-12-18

Genres: Drama, Mystery, Thriller

“Blow-Up” is a captivating movie set in 1966 London, following the life of a successful mod photographer. Feeling bored and disillusioned, his world of fashion, pop music, and easy pleasures takes an unexpected turn when he unknowingly captures a death on film. Starring David Hemmings and Vanessa Redgrave, this intriguing film offers a thrilling and thought-provoking experience that will keep you on the edge of your seat.

Cast: David Hemmings (Thomas) , Vanessa Redgrave (Jane) , Sarah Miles (Patricia) , John Castle (Bill) , Veruschka von Lehndorff (Verushka) , Jane Birkin (The Blonde) , Gillian Hills (The Brunette) , Peter Bowles (Ron) , Julian Chagrin (Mime) , Claude Chagrin (Mime) , Jimmy Page (Self – The Yardbirds (uncredited)) , Jeff Beck (Self – The Yardbirds (uncredited)) , Tsai Chin (Thomas’s Receptionist (uncredited)) , Susan Brodrick (Antique Shop Owner (uncredited)) , Peggy Moffitt (Model (uncredited)) , Melanie Hampshire (Model (uncredited)) , Roy Beck (Boy dancing In Ricki Tick Club (uncredited)) , Charlie Bird (Homeless Man (uncredited)) , Robin Burns (Homeless Man (uncredited)) , Julio Cortázar (Homeless Man (uncredited)) , Chris Dreja (Self – The Yardbirds (uncredited)) , Lew Hooper (Pedestrian (uncredited)) , Harry Hutchinson (Shopkeeper (uncredited)) , Chas Lawther (Waiter (uncredited)) , Dyson Lovell (Man Outside Restaurant (uncredited))

Directors: Michelangelo Antonioni

Writers: Michelangelo Antonioni, Julio Cortázar, Tonino Guerra, Edward Bond

Tags: london, england, photographer, burglar, tennis, loss of sense of reality, suspicion of murder, surreal, municipal park, darkroom, pantomime, illusion, photography, counter-culture, corpse, photo shoot, modeling

El Dorado

El Dorado

Release Date: 1966-12-17

Genres: Western

“El Dorado” is a classic Western film released in 1966, starring legendary actors John Wayne, Robert Mitchum, and James Caan. Set in the Old West, the movie follows Cole Thornton, a skilled gunfighter, as he teams up with his old friend Sheriff J.P. Harrah to help a rancher and his family protect their water from a rival rancher. With a mix of action, friendship, and a touch of gambling, this movie is a must-watch for fans of the genre.

Cast: John Wayne (Cole Thornton) , Robert Mitchum (Sheriff J.P. Harrah) , James Caan (Mississippi) , Charlene Holt (Maudie) , Paul Fix (Dr. Miller) , Arthur Hunnicutt (Bull Harris) , Michele Carey (Josephine (Joey) MacDonald) , R. G. Armstrong (Kevin MacDonald) , Ed Asner (Bart Jason) , Christopher George (Nelse McLeod) , Marina Ghane (Maria) , John Gabriel (Pedro) , Robert Rothwell (Saul MacDonald) , Robert Donner (Milt) , Adam Roarke (Matt MacDonald) , Victoria George (Jared’s Wife) , Jim Davis (Jim Purvis) , Anne Newman Bacal (Saul MacDonald’s Wife) , Diane Strom (Matt’s Wife) , Johnny Crawford (Luke MacDonald) , Olaf Wieghorst (Swede Larsen) , Don Collier (Deputy Joe Braddock) , Chuck Courtney (Jared MacDonald) , William Henry (Sheriff Dodd Draper) , Chuck Horne (Joe)

Directors: Howard Hawks

Writers: Harry Brown, Leigh Brackett, John Gabriel

Tags: sheriff, based on novel or book, texas, ranch, liquor, settler, revolver, two guns belt

A Man for All Seasons

A Man for All Seasons

Release Date: 1966-12-13

Genres: Drama, History

“A Man for All Seasons” is a captivating historical drama released in 1966. Set during the reign of King Henry VIII, it tells the story of Sir Thomas More, the Lord Chancellor who bravely stands against the king’s demand to declare himself the Supreme Head of the Church in England. With an impressive cast including Paul Scofield, Wendy Hiller, and Orson Welles, this thought-provoking film explores the conflict between loyalty and conscience in a time of political turmoil.”

Cast: Paul Scofield (Thomas More) , Wendy Hiller (Alice More) , Leo McKern (Thomas Cromwell) , Robert Shaw (King Henry VIII) , Orson Welles (Cardinal Wolsey) , Susannah York (Margaret More) , Nigel Davenport (The Duke of Norfolk) , John Hurt (Richard Rich) , Corin Redgrave (William Roper (the Younger)) , Colin Blakely (Matthew) , Cyril Luckham (Archbishop Cranmer) , Jack Gwillim (Chief Justice) , Thomas Heathcote (Boatman) , Yootha Joyce (Averil Machin) , Anthony Nicholls (King’s Representative) , John Nettleton (Jailer) , Eira Heath (Matthew’s Wife) , Molly Urquhart (Maid) , Paul Hardwick (Courtier) , Michael Latimer (Norfolk’s Aide) , Philip Brack (Captain of Guard) , Martin Boddey (Governor of Tower) , Eric Mason (Executioner) , Matt Zimmerman (Messenger) , Vanessa Redgrave (Anne Boleyn)

Directors: Fred Zinnemann

Writers: Robert Bolt

Tags: england, pope, beheading, death penalty, protestant church, oath, tudor, based on play or musical, henry viii, british monarchy



“Seconds” is a thought-provoking movie from 1966 that tells the story of a middle-aged banker who decides to undergo a procedure that fakes his death and grants him a brand new appearance and identity. Starring Rock Hudson and Salome Jens, this film explores the consequences that come with starting over, offering a captivating and thrilling experience. Released on October 5, 1966, it’s definitely one of the best voted movies of that year.

Cast: Rock Hudson (Antiochus ‘Tony’ Wilson) , Salome Jens (Nora Marcus) , John Randolph (Arthur Hamilton) , Will Geer (Old Man) , Jeff Corey (Mr. Ruby) , Richard Anderson (Dr. Innes) , Murray Hamilton (Charlie Evans) , Karl Swenson (Dr. Morris) , Khigh Dhiegh (Davalo) , Frances Reid (Emily Hamilton) , Wesley Addy (John) , John Lawrence (Texan) , Elisabeth Fraser (Plump Blonde) , Dodie Heath (Sue Bushman) , Robert Brubaker (Mayberry) , Jane Wald (Party Guest) , Dorothy Morris (Mrs. Filter) , Frank Campanella (Man in Station) , Barbara Werle (Secretary) , Edgar Stehli (Tailor Shop Presser) , Aaron Magidow (Meat Man) , De De Young (Nurse) , Françoise Ruggieri (Girl in Boudoir) , Thom Conroy (Dayroom Attendant) , Nedrick Young (Henry Bushman)

Directors: John Frankenheimer

Writers: Lewis John Carlino, David Ely

Tags: plastic surgery

The Hawks and the Sparrows

The Hawks and the Sparrows

Release Date: 1966-05-04

Genres: Comedy, Drama, Fantasy

“The Hawks and the Sparrows” is a thought-provoking movie released in 1966. It follows a man and his son as they embark on a symbolic journey through life, accompanied by a talking bird that shares social and political philosophy. Starring Totò, Ninetto Davoli, and Femi Benussi, this film offers a unique perspective on society and its complexities.

Cast: Totò (Totò Innocenti / Frate Cicillo) , Ninetto Davoli (Ninetto Innocenti / Frate Ninetto) , Femi Benussi (Luna) , Umberto Bevilacqua (Incensurato) , Renato Capogna (Mascalzone) , Alfredo Leggi (Mascalzone) , Renato Montalbano (San Francesco) , Flaminia Siciliano (Mascalzone) , Lena Lin Solaro (Urganda) , Giovanni Tarallo (Il Contadino Affamato) , Vittorio Vittori (Ciro Lococo) , Nello Appodia (Party Guest (uncredited)) , Gabriele Baldini (Dante’s Dentist (uncredited)) , Lina D’Amico ((uncredited)) , Pietro Davoli (Mascalzone (uncredited)) , Rossana Di Rocco (Ninetto’s Girlfriend (uncredited)) , Cesare Gelli ((uncredited)) , Vittorio La Paglia ((uncredited)) , Francesco Leonetti (Crow (voice) (uncredited)) , Domenico Modugno (The Balladeer (voice) (uncredited)) , Rosina Moroni (Poor Cottage Owner (uncredited)) , Mario Pennisi ((uncredited)) , Ricardo Redi (Mansion Owner (uncredited)) , Fides Stagni ((uncredited))

Directors: Pier Paolo Pasolini

Writers: Pier Paolo Pasolini

Tags: rome, italy, mythology, crow, satire, hawk

The Fortune Cookie

The Fortune Cookie

Release Date: 1966-10-19

Genres: Comedy

“The Fortune Cookie” is a hilarious and heartwarming movie released on October 19, 1966. Starring the dynamic duo of Jack Lemmon and Walter Matthau, it tells the story of a cameraman who fakes an injury to win back his ex-wife. However, things get complicated when he realizes the toll it takes on the football player who accidentally injured him. With a stellar cast and a mix of comedy and drama, this film is definitely one of the best voted movies of 1966.

Cast: Jack Lemmon (Harry Hinkle) , Walter Matthau (Willie Gingrich) , Ron Rich (Boom Boom Jackson) , Judi West (Sandy Hinkle) , Cliff Osmond (Purkey) , Lurene Tuttle (Mother Hinkle) , Harry Holcombe (O’Brien) , Les Tremayne (Thompson) , Marge Redmond (Charlotte Gingrich) , Ann Shoemaker (Sister Veronica) , Ned Glass (Doc Schindler) , Archie Moore (Mr. Jackson) , Howard McNear (Mr. Cimoli) , Harry Davis (Dr. Krugman) , Lauren Gilbert (Kincaid) , Sig Ruman (Professor Winterhalter) , Noam Pitlik (Max) , Maryesther Denver (Nurse) , Judy Pace (Elvira) , Helen Kleeb (Law Firm Switchboard Operator and Receptionist) , Bartlett Robinson (Specialist #1) , Ben Wright (Doctor) , Dodie Heath (Nun) , William Christopher (Interne (as Bill Christopher)) , Robert P. Lieb (Specialist #2)

Directors: Billy Wilder

Writers: Billy Wilder, I. A. L. Diamond

Tags: american football, brother-in-law, wheelchair, honesty, cinematographer, insurance fraud, shadowing, fortune cookie, ex-wife



Release Date: 1966-04-06

Genres: Action, Western

“Django” is a thrilling Western film released on April 6, 1966. Starring Franco Nero, José Bódalo, and Loredana Nusciak, the movie follows the story of a coffin-dragging gunslinger and a prostitute who find themselves caught in a bitter feud between a merciless masked clan and a group of Mexican revolutionaries. With its intense action and gripping storyline, “Django” is definitely one of the best movies of 1966 according to popular votes.

Cast: Franco Nero (Django) , José Bódalo (Hugo Rodriguez) , Loredana Nusciak (Maria) , Ángel Álvarez (Nataniele) , Eduardo Fajardo (Major Jackson) , Gino Pernice (Jonathan) , Simón Arriaga (Miguel) , Giovanni Ivan Scratuglia (Jackson’s Henchman) , Remo De Angelis (Ricardo) , Rafael Albaicín (uno sgherro di Hugo) , José Canalejas (uno sgherro di Hugo) , Luciano Rossi (Jackson’s Henchman) , Lucio De Santis (Man With Whip) , José Terrón (Ringo) , Yvonne Sanson (Redheaded Saloon Girl) , Flora Carosello (Dark Saloon Girl) , Romano Moraschini (Rodriguez’s Henchman (uncredited))

Directors: Sergio Corbucci

Writers: Sergio Corbucci, Bruno Corbucci, Franco Rossetti, José Gutiérrez Maesso, Piero Vivarelli

Tags: coffin, hitman, lone wolf, stetson, cult film, spaghetti western, django

Fahrenheit 451

Fahrenheit 451

Release Date: 1966-09-07

Genres: Drama, Science Fiction

Hey friend, have you heard of the movie “Fahrenheit 451”? It was released back in 1966 and is set in a future where the government bans books and has a group of enforcers called “firemen” who burn them. The story follows a fireman named Montag who starts questioning the morality of his job. It stars Julie Christie, Oskar Werner, Cyril Cusack, and more. It’s definitely a thought-provoking film!

Cast: Julie Christie (Clarisse / Linda Montag) , Oskar Werner (Guy Montag) , Cyril Cusack (Captain Beatty) , Anton Diffring (Fabian / Headmistress) , Jeremy Spenser (Man with the Apple) , Bee Duffell (Book Woman) , Alex Scott (Book Person: ‘The Life of Henry Brulard’) , Gillian Aldam (Judoka Woman (uncredited)) , Michael Balfour (Book Person: Machiavelli’s ‘The Prince’ (uncredited)) , Ann Bell (Doris (uncredited)) , Yvonne Blake (Book Person: ‘The Jewish Question’ (uncredited)) , Arthur Cox (Male Nurse (uncredited)) , Frank Cox (Book Person: ‘Prejudice’ (uncredited)) , Fred Cox (Book Person: ‘Pride’ (uncredited)) , Noel Davis (Cousin Midge – TV Personality (uncredited)) , Judith Drinan (Book Person – Plato’s ‘Republic’ (uncredited)) , Kevin Eldon (Robert – First Schoolboy (uncredited)) , Alan Ford (Fire Man (uncredited)) , Joan Francis (Telephonist (uncredited)) , Denis Gilmore (Book Person: ‘The Martian Chronicles’ (uncredited)) , David Glover (Book Person: ‘The Pickwick Papers’ (uncredited)) , Tina Hart (Wanted Woman (uncredited)) , Arthur Haynes (Man on Commuter Train (uncredited)) , Caroline Hunt (Helen (uncredited)) , Edward Kaye (Judoka Man (uncredited))

Directors: François Truffaut

Writers: François Truffaut, Jean-Louis Richard, Ray Bradbury

Tags: based on novel or book, husband wife relationship, totalitarian regime, dystopia, book burning, co-workers relationship, firefighter, political repression, bookworm

The Professionals

The Professionals

Release Date: 1966-11-01

Genres: Western, Action, Adventure

“The Professionals” is a thrilling action-packed movie released in 1966. Starring Burt Lancaster, Lee Marvin, Robert Ryan, Woody Strode, Jack Palance, Claudia Cardinale, Ralph Bellamy, Joe De Santis, Rafael Bertrand, and Jorge Martínez de Hoyos, it tells the story of a wealthy Texan who hires a team of adventurers to rescue his kidnapped wife from a notorious Mexican bandit. With a star-studded cast and an exciting plot, this movie is definitely one of the best voted films of 1966.

Cast: Burt Lancaster (Dolworth) , Lee Marvin (Fardan) , Robert Ryan (Ehrengard) , Woody Strode (Jake) , Jack Palance (Jesus Raza) , Claudia Cardinale (Maria) , Ralph Bellamy (Grant) , Joe De Santis (Ortega) , Rafael Bertrand (Fierro) , Jorge Martínez de Hoyos (Padilla) , Marie Gomez (Chiquita) , José Chávez (Revolutionary) , Carlos Romero (Revolutionary) , Vaughn Taylor (Banker) , Elizabeth Campbell (Mexican Girl (uncredited)) , Don Carlos (Bandit (uncredited)) , Leigh Chapman (Lady (uncredited)) , Roberto Contreras (Bandit (uncredited)) , Dirk Evans (Man at Door (uncredited)) , Darwin Lamb (Hooper (uncredited)) , Eddie Little Sky (Jake’s Prisoner (uncredited)) , John Lopez (Mexican Servant (uncredited)) , John McKee (Sheriff (uncredited)) , Philip L. Parslow (Deputy Sheriff (uncredited)) , Ron Veto (Mexican Soldier (uncredited))

Directors: Richard Brooks

Writers: Richard Brooks, Frank O’Rourke

Tags: mexico, kidnapping, plan, rescue, desert, mexican bandit, escape plan

Fantastic Voyage

Fantastic Voyage

Release Date: 1966-08-24

Genres: Adventure, Science Fiction

“Fantastic Voyage” is a thrilling sci-fi movie from 1966 that takes you on an incredible journey inside the human body. When a scientist is assassinated, a brave crew and their submarine are miniaturized and injected into his bloodstream to save his life. With a star-studded cast including Stephen Boyd, Raquel Welch, and Donald Pleasence, this movie will keep you on the edge of your seat as they navigate through the wonders and dangers of the microscopic world.

Cast: Stephen Boyd (Grant) , Raquel Welch (Cora) , Edmond O’Brien (General Carter) , Donald Pleasence (Dr. Michaels) , Arthur O’Connell (Col. Donald Reid) , William Redfield (Capt. Bill Owens) , Arthur Kennedy (Dr. Duval) , Jean Del Val (Jan Benes) , Barry Coe (Communications Aide) , Ken Scott (Secret Service) , Shelby Grant (Nurse) , James Brolin (Technician) , Brendan Fitzgerald (Wireless Operator) , Brendon Boone (Military Policeman (uncredited)) , James Doohan (Dr. Sawyer (Hypothermia technician) (uncredited)) , Kenneth MacDonald (Henry – Heart Monitoring (uncredited)) , Christopher Riordan (Young Scientist (uncredited))

Directors: Richard Fleischer

Writers: Harry Kleiner, David Duncan, Jerome Bixby, Otto Klement

Tags: submarine, coma, claustrophobia, wound, laser, double agent, human body, shrinking, radioactivity, miniaturization, doctor, scientist, sabotage, security, military, brain surgery, turbulence, scuba diver, microscopic

Torn Curtain

Torn Curtain

Release Date: 1966-07-15

Genres: Thriller, Mystery

“Torn Curtain” is a thrilling Cold War movie released in 1966, starring Paul Newman and Julie Andrews. Set in East Germany, it follows an American scientist who pretends to defect in order to uncover a secret formula. However, things get complicated when his unsuspecting fiancée decides to follow him across the border. With a stellar cast and a captivating plot, this film is a must-watch for fans of espionage and suspense.

Cast: Paul Newman (Michael Armstrong) , Julie Andrews (Sarah Sherman) , Lila Kedrova (Countess Kuchinska) , Hansjörg Felmy (Heinrich Gerhard) , Tamara Toumanova (Ballerina) , Ludwig Donath (Gustav Lindt) , Wolfgang Kieling (Hermann Gromek) , Günter Strack (Karl Manfred) , David Opatoshu (Mr. Jacobi) , Gisela Fischer (Dr. Koska) , Mort Mills (Farmer) , Carolyn Conwell (Farmer’s Wife) , Arthur Gould-Porter (Freddy) , Gloria Govrin (Miss Mann) , Norbert Schiller (Professor Gutman (uncredited)) , Leoda Richards (Woman Backstage (uncredited)) , Frank Baker (Party Guest (uncredited)) , Alfred Hitchcock (Man in Hotel Lobby with Baby (uncredited)) , William Glover (British Correspondent (uncredited)) , Mischa Hausserman (Idealistic Young Man (uncredited)) , Britt Semand (Magda (uncredited)) , William Yetter Sr. (Post Office Patron (uncredited)) , Kaaren Verne (Stewardess (uncredited)) , Paul Sorensen (Swedish Immigration Officer (uncredited)) , Hedley Mattingly (Airline Official (uncredited))

Directors: Alfred Hitchcock

Writers: Brian Moore, Willis Hall, Keith Waterhouse

Tags: cold war, east germany



Release Date: 1966-07-30

Genres: Action, Comedy, Crime

“Batman” is a 1966 movie starring Adam West and Burt Ward as the iconic Dynamic Duo. Released on July 30th, the film follows Batman and Robin as they face off against four super-villains who aim to take over the world using a secret invention that dehydrates people instantly. With a star-studded cast including Lee Meriwether, Cesar Romero, Burgess Meredith, and Frank Gorshin, this action-packed flick is a must-watch for any fan of the Caped Crusader.

Cast: Adam West (Batman / Bruce Wayne) , Burt Ward (Robin / Dick Grayson) , Lee Meriwether (The Catwoman / Kitka) , Cesar Romero (The Joker) , Burgess Meredith (The Penguin) , Frank Gorshin (The Riddler) , Alan Napier (Alfred) , Neil Hamilton (Commissioner Gordon) , Stafford Repp (Chief O’Hara) , Madge Blake (Aunt Harriet Cooper) , Reginald Denny (Commodore Schmidlapp) , Milton Frome (Vice Admiral Fangschliester) , Gil Perkins (Bluebeard) , Dick Crockett (Morgan) , George Sawaya (Quetch) , Robert Adler (Guard (uncredited)) , Leon Alton (Official (uncredited)) , Al Bain (Waiter (uncredited)) , Bill Baldwin (Picnicking Man (uncredited)) , Vincent Barbi (Picnicking Man (uncredited)) , Wolfe Barzell (Israeli Delegate (uncredited)) , Jack Berle (Official (uncredited)) , Shelly Bruce (Beer Throwing Girl (uncredited)) , Linda Carpenter (WAVE (uncredited)) , Albert Carrier (French Delegate (uncredited))

Directors: Leslie H. Martinson

Writers: Bob Kane, Lorenzo Semple Jr.

Tags: submarine, missile, shark attack, superhero, based on comic, parody, rescue, shark, super power, shark repelent, black cat, super villain, vigilante justice, good versus evil, based on tv series

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