1967 Harvard Lampoon Movie Worsts Awards

1895-1999

What was the worst film you've seen on Harvard Lampoon's lsit of the year's worst?

Guess Who's Coming to Dinner
0
No votes
Valley of the Dolls
2
33%
Up the Down Staircase
0
No votes
One Million Years B.C.
1
17%
The Comedians
0
No votes
Reflections in a Golden Eye
0
No votes
Thoroughly Modern Millie
0
No votes
Doctor Dolittle
2
33%
The Fox
0
No votes
Carmen Baby
1
17%
 
Total votes: 6

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1967 Harvard Lampoon Movie Worsts Awards

Postby Big Magilla » Sat Jul 04, 2015 7:06 am

Kirk Douglas Award for Worst Actor: Richard Burton, Doctor Faustus; The Comedians
Natalie Wood Award for Worst Actress Raquel Welch, One Million Years B.C.; The Biggest Bundle of Them All; Bedazzled
The OK-Doc-Break-the-Arm-Again Award (for the Most Flagrant example of miscasting): to Charlton Heston for playing a human being in Planet of the Apes
The Piltdown Mandible (for the most obvious and unabashedly spurious scientific phenomenon): One Million Years B.C., for the contemporaneous existence of Raquel Welch and a passel of dinosaurs, an unscientific juxtaposition redounding entirely to the credit fo the dinosaurs
The Tedium Is the Medium Citation (to the worst student film): to Tim Hunter's Desire Is the Fire
The Tin Pan (to the most obnoxious movie song): Leslie Bricusse's "Talk to the Animals", for bloodcurdling anthropomorphism
The Merino Award: To the Pushme-Pullyou in Doctor Dolittle, who is a distant cousin to merinos, and at any rate leads just as tenuous an existence
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