Best Fantasy Movies of 1966

1.

Morgan!

3.6
7.0/10
Morgan!
Morgan, an aggressive and self-admitted dreamer, a fantasist who uses his flights of fancy as refuge from external reality, where his unconventional behavior lands him in a divorce from his wife, Leonie, trouble with the police and, ultimately, incarceration in a lunatic asylum.
Starring: David Warner, Vanessa Redgrave, Robert Stephens, Irene Handl, Bernard Bresslaw
Directed by: Karel Reisz
Release date: 1966-01-01
2.

Our Man Flint

3.4
6.5/10

When scientists use eco-terrorism to impose their will on the world by affecting extremes in the weather, Intelligence Chief Cramden calls in top agent Derek Flint.

Starring: James Coburn, Lee J. Cobb, Gila Golan, Edward Mulhare, Benson Fong
Directed by: Daniel Mann
Release date: 1966-01-16
3.

Alice in Wonderland

3.2
7.1/10
Alice in Wonderland
Alice in Wonderland (1966) is a BBC television play based on Alice's Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll. It was directed by Jonathan Miller, then most widely known for his appearance in the long-running satirical revue Beyond the Fringe.
Starring: Anne-Marie Mallik, Freda Dowie, Jo Maxwell Muller, Wilfrid Brambell, Peter Sellers
Directed by: Jonathan Miller
Release date: 1966-12-26
4.

One Million Years B.C.

3.0
5.7/10

As the Earth wrestles with its agonising birth, the peoples of this barren and desolate world struggle to survive. Driven by animal instinct they compete against the harsh conditions, their giant predators, and warring tribes. When two people from opposing clans fall in love, existing conventions are shattered forever as each tribe struggles for supremacy and Man embarks on his tortuous voyage of civilisation.

Starring: Raquel Welch, John Richardson, Percy Herbert, Robert Brown, Martine Beswick
Directed by: Don Chaffey
Release date: 1966-11-28
5.

Brigadoon

2.9
7.7/10
Brigadoon
In the movie, our main characters stumble across this village that they can not find on any map. Soon they find out this tiny little hamlet is called Brigadoon. Brigadoon is a special village in Scotland that you will never find on any map. Once every 100 years for one day only this wonderful village appears and if you happen upon it. It will be a wonderful, fun filled day you will never ever forget--filled with dancing, food and fellowship. Then as the day comes to a close, so does the village only to appear somewhere else on a day, a hundred years from now.
Starring: Robert Goulet, Peter Falk, Sally Ann Howes, Finlay Currie, Marlyn Mason
Directed by: Fielder Cook
Release date: 1966-10-15
6.

Red Roses of Passion

1.5
6.2/10
Red Roses of Passion
A man-hungry suburban woman feels frustrated since she lives in the home of her prudish aunt and cousin, who interrupt and criticise her amorous liaisons. A co-worker brings her to a tarot-card reader, who introduces her to a club of women who meet occasionally to share an intoxicating brew, tease each other erotically with long-stemmed roses and honour the heathen god Pan. The occultist manages to corrupt the aunt and cousin, and lure the woman into full-fledged membership so she might participate in its climactic ritual.
Starring: Judson Todd, Jean St. James, Carol Holleck, Helena Clayton, Frank Spencer
Directed by: Joseph W. Sarno
Release date: 1966-01-01

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