Kaleidoscope (1966 film)


original film poster by Bob Peak
Directed by Jack Smight
Produced by Jerry Gershwin
Elliott Kastner
Written by Robert Carrington
Starring Warren Beatty
Susannah York
Clive Revill
Music by Stanley Myers
Cinematography Christopher Challis
Edited by John Jympson
Winkast Film Productions
Distributed by Warner-Pathé Distributors (UK)
Warner Bros. Pictures (US)
Release dates
8 September 1966 (World Premiere, London)
Running time
103 min.
Country United Kingdom
Language English

Kaleidoscope is a 1966 British crime film starring Warren Beatty and Susannah York.[1]

The film had its World Premiere on 8 September 1966 at the Warner Theatre in the West End of London.


After leaving his lover Angel McGinnis behind in London, rich playboy Barney Lincoln breaks into a playing card manufacturer in Geneva to mark the cards and then break the bank at every European casino.

Barney meets up with Angel again in Monte Carlo, where he wins a great deal of money. But her suspicions after he left England caused her to consult her father, a detective from Scotland Yard, who forces Barney to help him catch a smuggler named Harry Dominion who has a weakness for gambling.



  1. Variety film review; 7 September 1966, p.6

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