The Laramie Film Society is conducting a poll of its members of the greatest films of 1966. When movies reach their 50th anniversary, the time is ripe for an evaluation of their merits. With an eye on creating discussion of classic films, the Laramie Film Society annually polls its members on the greatest films celebrating their golden anniversary. This year, the LFS will examine the films of 1966— a year that saw such now-classic films as: Alfie; Blow-Up; The Endless Summer; Fantastic Voyage; The Fortune Cookie; Gambit; Georgy Girl; The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly; A Man and A Woman; A Man For All Seasons; Persona; The Professionals, The Sand Pebbles; Seconds; Tokyo Drifter; and Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?. Criteria to include: entertainment value, influence on later movies, endurance in popular culture, artistic cinema technique, and re-watchability. See voting rules in the left hand column of this blog.