1966 Harvard Lampoon Movie Worsts Awards

1895-1999

Of those you've seen, what was the worst film on Harvard Lamppon's list of the ten worst of 1966?

Is Paris Burning?
0
No votes
Hurry Sundown
0
No votes
The Oscar
2
40%
The Fortune Cookie
0
No votes
The Bible
2
40%
A Countess from Hong Kong
0
No votes
The Blue Max
0
No votes
Fantastic Voyage
0
No votes
Torn Curtain
0
No votes
Penelope
1
20%
 
Total votes: 5

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Re: 1966 Harvard Lampoon Movie Worsts Awards

Postby Big Magilla » Mon Jul 13, 2015 4:59 am

Voted for The Bible, the worst of a long line of really bad biblical films from David and Bathsheba to Sodom and Gomorrah and beyond.
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1966 Harvard Lampoon Movie Worsts Awards

Postby Big Magilla » Mon Jul 13, 2015 4:57 am

The Kirk Douglas Award to the Worst Actor: George Peppard, The Blue Max
Worst Actress: Ursula Andress, Casino Royale
Worst Supporting Actor: John Huston, The Bible
Worst Supporting Actress Leslie Caron, Is Paris Burning?
The OK-Doc-Break-the-Arm-Again Award (for the most flagrant example of miscasting: John Huston as the voice of God in The Bible
Der Otto: Awarded annually to Otto Preminger for his yearly excursion into to the tawdry, the sordid, and the silly. This year for his direction of Hurry Sundown.
The Piltdown Mandible (presented annually for the lamest example of scientific improbable phenomenon): This year to the producers of Fantastic Voyage for assuming that the molecules which made up the submarine would not re-expand to normal size because said submarine had been devoured by a white corpuscle; and to the lame cow in The Bible who supplied an estimated 974,000 gallons of milk to all the animals on the Ark for 40 days and 40 nights
The Merino Award: To the two merinos on the Ark in The Bible
“‎Life is a shipwreck, but we must not forget to sing in the lifeboats.” - Voltaire


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