restricted access 1960–1969: Select Academy Awards
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1 9 6 0 – 1 9 6 9 Select Academy Awards ■■■■■■■■■■ 1960 Best Picture: The Apartment, The Mirisch Company, United Artists Best Actor: Burt Lancaster in Elmer Gantry, United Artists Best Actress: Elizabeth Taylor in Butterfield 8, MGM Best Supporting Actor: Peter Ustinov in Spartacus, Universal-International Best Supporting Actress: Shirley Jones in Elmer Gantry, United Artists Best Director: Billy Wilder, The Apartment, The Mirisch Company, United Artists Writing (motion picture story): Billy Wilder, I.A.L. Diamond, The Apartment, The Mirisch Company, United Artists Writing (best-written screenplay): Richard Brooks, Elmer Gantry, United Artists Cinematography (black-and-white): Freddie Francis, Sons and Lovers, Twentieth Century Fox Cinematography (color): Russell Metty, Spartacus, Universal-International Film Editing: Daniel Mandell, The Apartment, The Mirisch Company, United Artists Music (song): “Never on Sunday,” music and lyrics by Manos Hadjidakis, Never on Sunday, Melinafilm Production, Lopert Pictures Music (scoring dramatic or comedy picture): Ernest Gold, Exodus, United Artists Music (scoring musical picture): Morris Stoloff, Harry Sukman, Song without End, The Story of Franz Liszt, Columbia ■■■■■■■■■■ 1961 Best Picture: West Side Story, Mirisch Pictures, United Artists Best Actor: Maximilian Schell in Judgment at Nuremberg, Stanley Kramer Productions, United Artists Best Actress: Sophia Loren in Two Women, Embassy Pictures Corporation Best Supporting Actor: George Chakiris in West Side Story, Mirisch Pictures, United Artists Best Supporting Actress: Rita Moreno in West Side Story, Mirisch Pictures, United Artists Best Director: Robert Wise, Jerome Robbins, West Side Story, Mirisch Pictures, United Artists 239 Writing (motion picture story): William Inge, Splendor in the Grass, NBI Production, Warner Bros. Writing (best-written screenplay): Abby Mann, Judgment at Nuremberg, Stanley Kramer Productions, United Artists Cinematography (black-and-white): Eugen Shuftan, The Hustler, Robert Rossen Productions, Twentieth Century Fox Cinematography (color): Daniel L. Fapp, West Side Story, Mirisch Pictures, United Artists Film Editing: Thomas Stanford, West Side Story, Mirisch Pictures, United Artists Music (song): “Moon River,” music by Henry Mancini, lyrics by Johnny Mercer, Breakfast at Tiffany’s, Paramount Music (scoring dramatic or comedy picture): Henry Mancini, Breakfast at Tiffany’s, Paramount Music (scoring musical picture): Saul Chaplin, Johnny Green, Sid Ramin, Irwin Kostal, West Side Story, Mirisch Pictures, United Artists ■■■■■■■■■■ 1962 Best Picture: Lawrence of Arabia, Columbia Best Actor: Gregory Peck in To Kill a Mockingbird, Universal-International Best Actress: Anne Bancroft in The Miracle Worker, United Artists Best Supporting Actor: Ed Begley in Sweet Bird of Youth, MGM Best Supporting Actress: Patty Duke in The Miracle Worker, United Artists Best Director: David Lean, Lawrence of Arabia, Columbia Writing (motion picture story): Ennio de Concini, Alfredo Giannetti, Pietro Germi, Divorce—Italian Style, Embassy Pictures Corporation Writing (best-written screenplay): Horton Foote, To Kill a Mockingbird, Universal-International Cinematography (black-and-white): Jean Bourgoin, Walter Wottitz, The Longest Day, Darryl F. Zanuck Productions, Twentieth Century Fox Cinematography (color): Fred A. Young, Lawrence of Arabia, Columbia Film Editing: Anne Coates, Lawrence of Arabia, Columbia Music (song): “Days of Wine and Roses,” music by Henry Mancini, lyrics by Johnny Mercer, Days of Wine and Roses, Warner Bros. Music (music score—substantially original): Maurice Jarre, Lawrence of Arabia, Columbia Music (scoring of music—adaptation or treatment): Ray Heindorf, Meredith Willson’s The Music Man, Warner Bros. 240 SELECT ACADEMY AWARDS, 1960–1969 ■■■■■■■■■■ 1963 Best Picture: Tom Jones, United Artists–Lopert Pictures Best Actor: Sidney Poitier in Lilies of the Field, United Artists Best Actress: Patricia Neal in Hud, Paramount Best Supporting Actor: Melvyn Douglas in Hud, Paramount Best Supporting Actress: Margaret Rutherford in The V.I.P.s, MGM Best Director: Tony Richardson, Tom Jones, United Artists–Lopert Pictures Writing (motion picture story): James R. Webb, How the West Was Won, MGM Writing (best-written screenplay): John Osborne, Tom Jones, United Artists–Lopert Pictures Cinematography (black-and-white): James Wong Howe, Hud, Paramount Cinematography (color): Leon Shamroy, Cleopatra, Twentieth Century Fox Film Editing: Harold F. Kress, How the West Was Won, MGM Music (song): “Call Me Irresponsible,” music by James Van Heusen, lyrics by Sammy Cahn, Papa’s Delicate Condition, Paramount Music (scoring of music—adaptation or treatment): André Previn, Irma La Douce, Mirisch-Phalanx, United Artists Music (music score—substantially original): John Addison, Tom Jones, United Artists–Lopert Pictures ■■■■■■■■■■ 1964 Best Picture: My Fair Lady, Warner Bros. Best Actor: Rex Harrison in My Fair Lady, Warner Bros. Best Actress: Julie Andrews in Mary Poppins, Walt Disney Productions, Buena Vista Best Supporting Actor: Peter Ustinov in Topkapi, Filmways Production, United Artists Best Supporting Actress: Lila Kedrova in Zorba the Greek, International Classics Best Director...


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