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  NationMaster - Encyclopedia: 1967 in film   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
In the Heat of the Night is a 1967 film, based on the John Ball novel published in 1965 of the same name, which tells the story of a Northern U.S. African-American police detective who becomes involved in a murder investigation in a racist small town in the...
The Whisperers is a 1966 film which tells the story of an impoverished old woman living alone in a seedy apartment who lives in a fantasy world in which she is an heiress.
Films exploiting and celebrating the social and economic freedoms of the so-called swinging 60s were common, but Peter Cook and Dudley Moore's intelligent and witty comedy manages to be amusing and to reassert the Faust legend's timeless caveats about greed and sexual passion.
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 Casino Royale (1967 film) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
A spoof of the James Bond film series, it is lightly based on the Ian Fleming first Bond novel of the same name.
The film is notable for the behind-the-scenes drama involving the filming of the Peter Sellers segments.
So many sequences from the film ended on the cutting room floor that several well-known actors were cut from the movie altogether, including Mona Washbourne and Arthur Mullard.
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 Reliant Film
In approximately 1967 a short BBC film was made about Reliant and its Export business of the Anadol and Regal.
This film was then destroyed and no copies were known to have existed until I find an 18mm copy belonging to Derick Smith who used to work at Reliant.
The film shows some fantastic footage of the Reliant Regal 3/25 being manufactured and also features the Reliant Ant and briefly covers the 4-wheeled Scimitar and Anadol.
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 Exposing Roger Patterson's 1967 Bigfoot film hoax: new revelations shed light on a world-famous, much-debated film ...
Filmed in Bluff Creek, California, it shows a large, manlike creature striding through a clearing.
Not coincidentally, the two were in the area to "look for the creature" and were hoping to capture it on film with a movie camera rented specifically for the occasion.
According to Patterson, the two men were quietly riding, when he saw the creature and his horse suddenly "reared and fell over." After spotting the creature and having his horse fall on him, Patterson managed to regain his composure and pull out his 16 mm camera.
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 NationMaster - Encyclopedia: Kihachi Okamoto   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Jidaigeki (時代劇) is a genre of film and television in Japan.
See also: 1967 in film 1968 1969 in film 1960s in film years in film film Events October 30 - The film The Lion in Winter, starring Katharine Hepburn, debuts.
However, although jidai-geki is also the most celebrated genre to come out of Japan, one of its leading exponents, Kihachi Okamoto, who has died of cancer of the oesophagus, aged 82, was among the least known of postwar directors in the west.
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 Timeline 1967
1967 Jan 27, Luigi Tenco (29), one of Italy's most famous modern singers, was found dead in his hotel room with a single gunshot wound to the head, hours after learning that his song had been eliminated from a national music competition.
1967 Sep 2, Paddy Roy Bates, retired British army major, landed on the island of Sealand, a WW II military fortress 6 miles off the coast of England, and declared it a sovereign nation, the Principality of Sealand.
The event was later described in the film: "A Bill Called William." The age of consent for homosexual acts was reduced to 16 in 1998.
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 The Film Tribune - Camelot (1967)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
It would be normal for the director of a low budget film to spend most of the footage on close-ups of the protagonists because he would have little else of interest to show.
Redgrave had been granted divorce in 1967 when she accused her husband, director Tony Richardson, of adultery, and in 1969, a son was born out of her union with Nero.
Although the film manages to discuss the question of "civilization", which most films of its type would have left aside, I recommend it with reservations, simply, as plainly put as possible, because it is dull and boring, mostly because of the handling.
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 Skeptical Inquirer 2004 Korff   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
ANE's alleged plan was to use the film as a "loss leader" that would attract huge audiences into theaters to see the footage (sandwiched in between their other movies).
In 1967, about two months before the film was made, Morris received a telephone call from Patterson: "I was the only one who was making a gorilla suit like that at that time.
Morris adds, "I'd say, looking at the [Patterson] Bigfoot film in one of the those TV productions, the guy who wore the suit must have had his clothes on because the suit was really tight on him." This was another important revelation that further proves the Patterson Bigfoot film is a hoax.
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 In Cold Blood (1967)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
This really traces multiple tragedies: The tragedy, brutality and senselessness of the murder of the Clutter family, a decent farm family in small-town Holcomb, Kansas; and the wasted, brutal and sad lives of Hickok and Smith.
An interesting point is made in the film: that neither of these two immature, scared, petty criminals would have ever contemplated going through with something like this alone.
The film contains a somewhat sentimentalized look at the Clutter family, but the point is made.
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 The Jungle Book - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In the 1960s there was a television series of the same name, loosely based on the story and film.
It has also been filmed several times with varying degrees of authenticity.
Disney's 1967 animated film version, based loosely on the Mowgli stories, was extremely popular, though it took great liberties with the plot and characters.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/The_Jungle_Book   (1138 words)

 HistoryLink Essay: Bellevue Film Festival, 1967-1981
The Bellevue Film Festival (1967-1981) was born in 1967 under the leadership of longtime Bellevue Arts & Crafts Fair volunteers Carol Duke and Mary Jo Malone.
Independent film-makers who shoot their films in somewhat the same spirit as the early pioneers of the industry, are able to adopt the spontaneous, personal approach which is becoming increasingly rare in an industry saddled with monstrous costs.
It begins to seem likely that the film history of the present is being written, not on the sound stages of Hollywood, but in the garages and lofts of the shoestring artists who borrow equipment, use outdated film, and turn their friends into performers ….
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 La Chinoise / 1967 / film review / Jean-Luc Godard
In a sense, it is hardly a film at all, but a series of sketches nailed crudely together, interspersed with some pretty wild pop-art like imagery.
For these people, freed from the need to work for a living as they pursue their studies in comfortable surroundings, it is easy to contrive a woolly-minded simplistic picture of the world, and to believe that a few bombs in one or two school classrooms will solve everything.
As the film reveals in its final segment, the dream ends as soon as the degree course has ended and its architects step outside into the real world.
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 Review: Belle du Jour   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
However, back in 1967, the path was less frequently trodden, and Luis Bunuel's serious-yet-satirical picture helped pave the way for many stories yet to come.
With a ravishing Catherine Deneuve in the title role, this film is a study of contrasts.
Recognizing how greatly admired the film is (directors from Alfred Hitchcock to Martin Scorsese have sung Bunuel's praise), Miramax has therefore given a new generation this opportunity to see a memorable feature from decades past.
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The 16mm film, purportedly showing a female sasquatch running out of a stream bed in the Six Rivers National Forest, was taken by Roger Patterson and Bob Gimlin on Oct. 20, 1967, during a horseback search for the creature.
The Patterson-Gimlin film came under fresh scrutiny last year, with the assertion by a Bothell bigfoot tracker that the film was a hoax.
In some frames of the film, there appears to be an artifact -- "a little bell-shaped thing" -- on the torso of the bigfoot, Murphy said.
www.rense.com /ufo2/bigfootman.htm   (575 words)

 Experimental Films   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Their films were only shown at art galleries and film societies, and never had very wide distribution.
In that film, everything that was said had one surface meaning, and carefully implied at least one hidden meaning: quite a tour de force.
Lang's films are full of high tech communication devices, such as the radio messages used in Spione (1928), and these find their successor in Cocteau's radio messages from the underworld in Orpheus.
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 1967 Reliant Film
In 1967 a short BBC film was made about Reliant and its Export business of the Anadol and Regal.
This film was then destroyed and no copies were known to have existed until I found an 18mm copy belonging to Derrick Smith who used to work at Reliant.
Derrick then lent me the film and a friend of mine, Mike Redwick Jones, then borrowed it from me to convert it to VHS.
www.3wheelers.com /relfilm.html   (194 words)

 Classic TV & Movie Hits - Logan's Run   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
A film version directed by Michael Anderson was released in 1976, which was filmed primarily in the Dallas Fort Worth Metroplex, including locations such as the Fort Worth Water Gardens and the Dallas Market Center.
A remake of the film version, which is said to have a story more similar to the book, is scheduled to be released in 2006.
The film is notable for being the first major motion picture to feature holograms, namely an image of Michael York speaking which was created for an interrogation sequence in the film.
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 Cork Film Festival   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Cork Film Festival reject the British Film "Separation" directed by Jack Bond which arrived two hours before screening.
After a rushed preview the selection committee unanimously decide the film is not up to standard.
Irate audience members walk out when the American Film "Incubus" is screened instead of "Separation".
www.corkfilmfest.org /ciff/awards/award-12.html   (184 words)

 1967 films
The Graduate (1967) is one of the key, ground-breaking films of the late 1960s, and helped to set in motion of new era of film-making.
The influential film is a biting satire/comedy about a...
Vienna Actionist Films (1967-1970) Please note: These films are inappropriate for minors and are not safe for work.
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 1967 in film   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
It uses material from the Wiktionary page "Film".
A film that combines two or more stories in the manner of a portmanteau (in the linguistic sense).
This seems to be the year when sales of digital cameras will surpass film cameras.
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 1967 Chevy   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
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Chevrolet, or Chevy, is a brand of automobile that is now part of the General Motors group.
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 BBC NEWS | Entertainment | Film | Tarantino set for Mandarin film
He will also shoot a second version of the film, dubbed with a deliberately out-of-synch English soundtrack.
At a press conference in April this year, the director had intimated that his next project would be the World War II film Inglorious Bastards.
But he told Total Film magazine's editor, Mark Dinning, that his homage to cult 1967 action film The Dirty Dozen would have to wait a little longer.
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 Thoroughly Modern Millie (1967)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
At the time of filming, she had already begun to show early signs of Alzheimer's disease.
While this is not one of the greatest films made, it's unfortunate still that many seem to think that the film is really stupid.
And I will admit that it is a little hard to believe that a feel-good, socially ignorant film like this was released in 1967; just two years before such influential and memorable films as "Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid" and "Bonnie and Clyde" among others which this film is about the exact opposite of.
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 The Usenet Guide to Beatles Recording Variations
The same original mix, also including a countdown that is not heard under the crossfade, appeared in a 1967 promo film.
The Anthology mix [c] is deliberately different and appears to show the state as of Feb 16, after the vocal and bass overdub, but without the horns and the sound effecs at the end.
These vocals unique to the film may, like the sound effects, be on the film soundtrack proper and not on the 4-track master of the song.
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 Spacesuited Women   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Attrociously bad film, excellent spacesuit worn by the four astronauts including Eve for the vast majority of the movie...
This film is noted for its attrocius special effects, however, the Silver spacesuits are better.
Later in the film it is revealed that Y13 is the petite Gabrielle Farinon
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 About Chartoff Productions
He has enormous respect for the writer, and cares more about the quality of the film than about satisfying whatever "rule" Hollywood wisdom of the day says that films must obey.
It's precisely that vision of what films can and ought to do that made Orson Scott Card realize that Bob Chartoff was the right producer — after many years of negotiations with others, who always talked about respecting the story but then showed that they had little understanding of what the story even was.
Indeed, in their first story discussions, it was Chartoff and his associates who insisted that Card put back into the film some elements of the novel that he had long since assumed would have to be removed!
www.frescopictures.com /movies/ender/chartoff.html   (423 words)

 In Cold Blood - Movie Review and Sounds
This 1967 film was nominated for four Oscars.
At the trial portion of the film, six of the original jurors were used as actors in the jury box.
(1967) An ex war hero is sentenced to a chain gang for cutting the heads off parking meters.
www.destgulch.com /movies/incold   (1270 words)

 National Film Preservation Foundation - Films Preserved Through the NFPF
(1967), International Film Foundation documentary about the fishing methods of the Bozo tribe (2003 Partnership Grants).
(1967), documentary produced by the International Film Foundation focusing on the herding activities of the nomadic Peul tribe (2003 Partnership Grants).
(1967), International Film Foundation documentary illustrating shamanic rituals of the Dogon tribe (2003 Partnership Grants).
www.filmpreservation.org /archives/archivelist.php?id=44   (541 words)

 La Collectionneuse / The Collector / 1967 / film review / Eric Rohmer
Eric Rohmer’s third film in his series of Six Contes Moraux is similar in style to the first two shorter films (La Boulangère de monceau and La Carrière de Susanne).
All three films involve a great deal of improvisation (this film more so) and excessive use of voice over to centre the narrative around the principal protagonist.
The film presents a cynical, even cruel, view of human relationships.
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