Best Art Direction: 1967

Official Nominations: Camelot. Bonnie And Clyde. The Taming Of The Shrew. Doctor Dolittle. Thoroughly Modern Millie. Guess Who’s Coming To Dinner.

Another unsurprising win for Camelot given the competition it was up against.

My Winner: Camelot

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My Nominations: Camelot. Bonnie And Clyde. Guess Who’s Coming To Dinner. You Only Live Twice. Casino Royale. Wait Until Dark.

Three new movies make it to my list, with You Only Live Twice being one of the most visually ambitious and memorable Bond movies, and a movie whose scope in sets remains almost unrivaled today. Casino Royale has its own look and feel apart from the main Bond series, and Wait Until Dark uses its central set wisely to twist the nerves and heighten the claustrophobia – it could be your home!

My Winner: You Only Live Twice.

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Which movie of 1967 do you think has the Best Art Direction? Let us know in the comments!

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Best Costume Design: 1967

Official Nominations: Camelot. Bonnie And Clyde. The Happiest Millionaire. The Taming Of The Shrew. Thoroughly Modern Millie.

It’s difficult to argue with the official winner this year, Camelot brimming with colour and flair.

My Winner: Camelot

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My Nominations: One Million Years BC. You Only Live Twice. Camelot. Belle De Jour. Le Samourai.

Indeed, Camelot is the only official nominee which survives the cull and makes it over to my nominations. One Million Years BC, Le Samourai, and Belle De Jour both contain iconic costumes, while You Only Live Twice is one of the few Bond films which seems to show a genuine appreciation for wholesale costume.

My Winner: Belle De Jour

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Which film of 1967 do you think has the Best Costume Design? Let us know in the comments!