Temporal Top Ten – 1967

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Number of movies seen from this year – 37
Number of movies reviewed – 38 (including 1 Encore Review)

My #1 this year is yet anther film I first saw in my youth and have enjoyed watching it over and over ever since.  The way that the story makes us care for criminals is great all it can get so emotional by the action-packed end of it all.

There have been many attempts at duplicating what this films does, yet none are able to do it as well as they did here.

Update 11 Jul 2017 – Bonnie and Clyde has now been added to the list moving all subsequent entries down accordingly

Update 30 Apr 2018 – Hombre has now been added to the list at #4 moving all subsequent entries down accordingly


Honorable Mention – Casino Royale
Honorable Mention – In the Heat of the Night10. Bonnie and Clyde
9. Cool Hand Luke
8. The Deadly Affair7. The Producers
6. Wait Until Dark
5. Hal Holbrook: Mark Twain Tonight

4. Hombre
3. Night of the Generals
2. Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner?
1. The Dirty Dozen

Here’s a complete list of movies that I’ve seen from 1967


  1. Barefoot in the Park
  2. Beach Red
  3. Bonnie and Clyde
  4. Camelot
  5. Caprice
  6. Casino Royale
  7. Comedians, The
  8. Cool Hand Luke
  9. Countdown (coming soon)
  10. Danger Route
  11. The Deadly Affair
  12. The Dirty Dozen   Encore Review
  13. Divorce American Style
  14. Doctor Dolittle
  15. First To Fight
  16. The Good, the Bad and the Ugly
  17. The Graduate
  18. Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner?
  19. Guide For The Married Man, A
  20. Hal Holbrook: Mark Twain Tonight
  21. Hombre
  22. In Cold Blood
  23. In the Heat of the Night
  24. The Jungle Book
  25. The Night of the Generals
  26. The Producers
  27. Quatermass and the Pit
  28. The Samurai
  29. Thoroughly Modern Millie
  30. Time For Killing, A
  31. Tobruk
  32. Two for the Road
  33. Wait Until Dark
  34. The War Wagon
  35. Warning Shot
  36. The Whisperers
  37. You Only Live Twice

7 thoughts on “Temporal Top Ten – 1967

  1. So…my childhood favourite is The War Wagon. But…hope you are sitting down…because for this year you will be surprised to hear that The Dirty Dozen is, in my opinion, fantastic! Better than The War Wagon. Although…The Good, the Bad and the Ugly…hmmmm 😀
    Cool Hand Luke also great. So, you see…? huh? There is life beyond Westerns…tee hee.

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  2. Kudos on seeing 21 movies – but a big razzie on the ones you chose from that list to make your Top 10. I would think that given that number of great films – you’d be able to cull the herd a bit better and more judiciously. You SAW Bonnie and Clyde – and IT DIDN”T MAKE THE CUT? OMG! Cool Hand Luke made it, but Hombre didn’t? The ICONIC The Graduate – another brilliant Mike Nichols film with a star making turn by Dustin Hoffman? The haunting In Cold Blood? Had you not seen any of those movies – I could forgive – but the fact that you did – and they missed the cutoff made by the awful Casino Royale, The Deadly Affair and Mark Twain Tonight – which is NOT a movie – it’s a one man stage play on film – makes it hard for me to take you seriously with this endeavor. Some of your picks are bordering on the ludicrous. I’m a big Dirty Dozen fan – seen it many times – enjoy it every time – not #1. Guess Who’s Coming To Dinner was a Stanley Kramer message picture – meaningful at the time it was made – but dated today. Doesn’t hold up. Loved seeing Tracy & Hepburn together and in love – but still (and Tracy died 2 weeks after filming ended). But any list for 1967 without The Graduate on it, without In Cold Blood, without Bonnie and Clyde – just cannot be taken seriously. (You also need to see Divorce, American Style and Far From the Madding Crowd).

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