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List of years in film
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Script error: No such module "Sidebar". The year 1967 in film involved some significant events. It is widely considered as one of the most ground-breaking years in film, with "revolutionary" films highlighting the change, including: Bonnie and Clyde; The Graduate; Guess Who's Coming to Dinner; and In the Heat of the Night .[1]


  • The prototype for the IMAX large-format-film acquisition and screening system is exhibited at Expo 67 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada
  • The MPAA uses a new logo, which is still used today.
  • May 13 — A catastrophic electrical fire at MGM Vault #7 in Culver City, California destroys hundreds of silent and early sound films, leaving many of them lost.
  • August 13 — Bonnie and Clyde, starring Warren Beatty, Faye Dunaway, and Gene Hackman, premieres. It broke many taboos of its time, such as the glorification of violence. In spite of that, it has been considered a landmark film in Hollywood filmmaking with its groundbreaking and ingenious filmmaking styles and because of that, Bonnie and Clyde brought forth the New Hollywood era, a period of artistic and commercial revival.
  • October 18 — Walt Disney's production of Rudyard Kipling's The Jungle Book premieres. It was the last animated feature film to be personally supervised by Disney himself before his death, the year prior. It was also one of the last Disney films to be personally supervised by him, the others being The Happiest Millionaire and Winnie the Pooh and the Blustery Day. The story's moral message of friendship, love, and trust have been embraced by critics and audiences worldwide. The Jungle Book is very famous for its groundbreaking achievements in realistic character animation, voice acting, and choice of voice casting. The film's soundtrack, which includes songs like the Academy Award-nominated "The Bare Necessities", '"I Wan'na Be Like You", "Trust in Me", and "My Own Home", have also contributed to the film's enormous success, as well. It would the last acclaimed and successful animated film to be made by Disney until The Rescuers, ten years later.
  • December 21 — The Graduate, starring Dustin Hoffman (in his acting film debut), Anne Bancroft, and Katharine Ross, premieres. Its story of a man with a no-aimed in life, seduced and betrayed by an older woman, and fell in love with her daughter who seemed to help him to find the right path to follow in his life with the strength and will of his own, resonated and embraced Americans as they needed a new hope and direction in life after President Kennedy was assassinated in 1963 and America was divided into two. The Graduate was one of some films released in 1967 that broke many taboos that had not been shown previously in American cinema, and more significantly, it represents as the bridge between traditional (pre-1967) and groundbreaking (1967 and onward) achievements filmmaking.

Top-grossing films (US)

Rank Title Studio Director Actors Gross
1. The Graduate AVCO Embassy / United Artists Mike Nichols Dustin Hoffman, Anne Bancroft, Katharine Ross, William Daniels, Murray Hamilton, Elizabeth Wilson, Norman Fell $104,901,839[2]
2. The Jungle Book Walt Disney Productions / Walt Disney Feature Animation Wolfgang Reitherman Bruce Reitherman, Phil Harris, Sebastian Cabot, George Sanders, Louis Prima, Darleen Carr, Verna Felton, J. Pat O'Malley $73,741,048[3]
3. Guess Who's Coming to Dinner Columbia Pictures Stanley Kramer Spencer Tracy, Sidney Poitier, Katharine Hepburn, Katharine Houghton, Beah Richards, Roy Glenn, Cecil Kellaway, Isabel Sanford $56,666,667[4]
4. Bonnie and Clyde Warner Bros.-Seven Arts Arthur Penn Warren Beatty, Faye Dunaway, Gene Hackman, Estelle Parsons, Michael J. Pollard, Gene Wilder $50,700,000[5]
5. The Dirty Dozen Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Robert Aldrich Lee Marvin, Robert Ryan, Ernest Borgnine, Charles Bronson, John Cassavetes, Telly Savalas, Donald Sutherland, Clint Walker $45,300,000[6]
6. Valley of the Dolls 20th Century Fox Mark Robson Sharon Tate, Patty Duke, Barbara Parkins, Susan Hayward, Martin Milner, Paul Burke $44,432,255[7]
7. You Only Live Twice United Artists Lewis Gilbert Sean Connery, Akiko Wakabayashi, Mie Hama, Charles Gray, Bernard Lee $43,084,787[8]
8. To Sir, with Love Columbia Pictures James Clavell Sidney Poitier, Judy Geeson, Suzy Kendall $42,432,803[9]
9. The Born Losers American International Pictures T.C. Frank Tom Laughlin, Elizabeth James, Jane Russell $36,000,000[10]
10. Thoroughly Modern Millie Universal Pictures George Roy Hill Julie Andrews, Mary Tyler Moore, James Fox, Carol Channing, Beatrice Lillie $34,335,025[11]
11. Camelot Warner Bros.-Seven Arts Joshua Logan Richard Harris, Vanessa Redgrave, Franco Nero, David Hemmings, Lionel Jeffries $31,102,578[12]
12. In the Heat of the Night United Artists Norman Jewison Sidney Poitier, Rod Steiger, Warren Oates, Lee Grant, Beah Richards, Larry Gates $24,379,978[13]
13. Casino Royale Columbia Pictures Ken Hughes David Niven, Peter Sellers, Ursula Andress, Orson Welles, Woody Allen $22,744,718[14]
14. I Am Curious (Yellow) Janus Films Vilgot Sjöman Vilgot Sjöman, Lena Nyman $20,238,100[15]
15. Barefoot in the Park Paramount Pictures Gene Saks Robert Redford, Jane Fonda, Charles Boyer $19,994,515[16]
16. Wait Until Dark Warner Bros.-Seven Arts Terrence Young Audrey Hepburn, Alan Arkin, Richard Crenna, Jack Weston, Efrem Zimbalist, Jr. $17,550,741[17]
17. Cool Hand Luke Warner Bros.-Seven Arts Stuart Rosenberg Paul Newman, George Kennedy, Strother Martin, Jo Van Fleet, Clifton James $16,217,773[18]
18. In Cold Blood Columbia Pictures Richard Brooks Robert Blake, John Forsythe, Scott Wilson, Paul Stewart, Jeff Corey, Charles McGraw $13,000,000[19]
19. Hombre 20th Century Fox Martin Ritt Paul Newman, Fredric March, Diane Cilento, Richard Boone, Martin Balsam, Barbara Rush $12,000,000[20]
20. Divorce American Style Columbia Pictures Bud Yorkin Dick Van Dyke, Debbie Reynolds, Jean Simmons, Jason Robards, Van Johnson $12,000,000[21]
21. Two for the Road 20th Century Fox Stanley Donen Albert Finney, Audrey Hepburn $12,000,000[22]
22. In Like Flint 20th Century Fox Gordon Douglas James Coburn, Lee J. Cobb, Jean Hale $11,000,000[23]
23. The Trip American International Pictures Roger Corman Peter Fonda, Dennis Hopper $10,000,000[24]
24. Doctor Dolittle 20th Century Fox Richard Fleischer Rex Harrison, Samantha Eggar, Anthony Newley, Geoffrey Holder, Richard Attenborough $9,000,000[25]
25. The Taming of the Shrew Columbia Pictures Franco Zeffirelli Elizabeth Taylor, Richard Burton $8,000,000[26]


Academy Awards:

Best Picture: In the Heat of the Night - Mirisch, United Artists
Best Director: Mike Nichols - The Graduate
Best Actor: Rod Steiger - In the Heat of the Night
Best Actress: Katharine Hepburn - Guess Who's Coming to Dinner
Best Supporting Actor: George Kennedy - Cool Hand Luke
Best Supporting Actress: Estelle Parsons - Bonnie and Clyde
Best Foreign Language Film: Closely Watched Trains (Ostře sledované vlaky), directed by Jiří Menzel, Czechoslovakia

Golden Globe Awards:

Best Picture: In the Heat of the Night
Best Actor: Rod SteigerIn the Heat of the Night
Best Actress: Edith EvansThe Whisperers
Musical or comedy:
Best Picture: The Graduate
Best Actor: Richard HarrisCamelot
Best Actress: Anne BancroftThe Graduate
Best Director: Mike NicholsThe Graduate
Best English Language Foreign Film: The Fox, United Kingdom
Best Foreign Film: Live for Life (Vivre pour vivre), France

Palme d'Or (Cannes Film Festival):

Blowup, directed by Michelangelo Antonioni, Italy

Golden Lion (Venice Film Festival):

Belle de jour, directed by Luis Buñuel, France / Italy

Golden Bear (Berlin Film Festival):

Le départ, directed by Jerzy Skolimowski, Belgium==Notable films released in 1967==
  1. The Dirty Dozen
  2. You Only Live Twice

Romance films released in 1967

  1. The Graduate
  2. Bonnie and Clyde

Short Film Series



Film debuts


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