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  • Academy Awards
  • 1960
    Best Picture: The Apartment (United Artists- Billy Wilder)
    Best Actor: Burt Lancaster- Elmer Gantry
    Best Actress: Elizabeth Taylor- Butterfield 8
    Best Supporting Actor: Peter Ustinov- Spartacus
    Best Supporting Actress: Shirley Jones- Elmer Gantry
  • 1960 Continued…
    Best Director: Billy Wilder- The Apartment
    Best Adapted Screenplay: Richard Brooks- Elmer Gantry
    Best Original Screenplay: Billy Wilder & I. A. L. Diamond- The Apartment
    Best Foreign Language Film: The Virgin Spring (Jungfrukällan)- Sweden
  • 1961
    Best Picture: West Side Story (United Artists- Robert Wise)
    Best Actor: Maximillian Schell- Judgment at Nuremburg
    Best Actress: Sophia Loren-Two Women
    Best Supporting Actor: George Chakiris- West Side Story
    Best Supporting Actress: Rita Moreno- West Side Story
  • 1961 Continued…
    Best Director: Robert Wise & Jerome Robbins- West Side Story
    Best Adapted Screenplay: Abby Mann- Judgment at Nuremburg
    Best Original Screenplay: William Inge- Splendor In The Grass
    Best Foreign Language Film: Through a Glass Darkly (Såsom i en spegel)- Sweden
  • 1962
    Best Picture: Lawrence of Arabia (Columbia- Sam Spiegel)
    Best Actor: Gregory Peck- To Kill a Mockingbird
    Best Actress: Anne Bancroft- The Miracle Worker
    Best Supporting Actor: Ed Begley- Sweet Bird of Youth
    Best Supporting Actress: Patty Duke- The Miracle Worker
  • 1962 Continued…
    Best Director: David Lean- Lawrence of Arabia
    Best Adapted Screenplay: Horton Foote- To Kill a Mockingbird
    Best Original Screenplay: Ennio de Concini, Alfredo Giannetti & Pietro Germi- Divorce- Italian Style
    Best Foreign Language Film: Sundays and Cybele (Les Dimanches de Ville d'Avray)- France
  • 1963
    Best Picture: Tom Jones (United Artists- Tony Richardson)
    Best Actor: Sidney Poitier- Lilies of the Field
    Best Actress: Patricia Neal- Hud
    Best Supporting Actor: Melvyn Douglas- Hud
    Best Supporting Actress: Margaret Rutherford- The V.I.P.'s
    Best Director: Tony Richardson- Tom Jones
    Best Adapted Screenplay: John Osborne- Tom Jones
    Best Original Screenplay: James R. Webb- How The West Was Won
    Best Foreign Language Film: Federico Fellini’s 8 ½ - Italy
  • 1964
    Best Picture: My Fair Lady (Warner Brothers- Jack L. Warner)
    Best Actor: Rex Harrison- My Fair Lady
    Best Actress: Julie Andrews- Mary Poppins
    Best Supporting Actor: Peter Ustinov- Topkapi
    Best Supporting Actress: Lila Kedrova- Zorba the Greek
  • 1964 Continued…
    Best Director: George Cukor- My Fair Lady
    Best Adapted Screenplay: Edward Anhalt- Becket
    Best Original Screenplay: S. H. Barnett, Peter Stone & Frank Tarloff- Father Goose
    Best Foreign Language Film: Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow (Ieri, oggi, domani)- Italy
  • 1965
    Best Picture: The Sound of Music (20th Century Fox- Robert Wise)
    Best Actor: Lee Marvin- Cat Ballou
    Best Actress: Julie Christie- Darling
    Best Supporting Actor: Martin Balsam- A Thousand Clowns
    Best Supporting Actress: Shelley Winters- A Patch of Blue
  • 1965 Continued…
    Best Director: Robert Wise- The Sound of Music
    Best Adapted Screenplay: Robert Bolt- Doctor Zhivago
    Best Original Screenplay: Frederic Raphael- Darling
    Best Foreign Language Film: The Shop on Main Street (Obchod na korze)- Czechoslovakia
  • 1966
    Best Picture: A Man For All Seasons (Columbia- Fred Zinnemann)
    Best Actor: Paul Scofield- A Man for All Seasons
    Best Actress: Elizabeth Taylor- Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?
    Best Supporting Actor: Walter Matthau- The Fortune Cookie
    Best Supporting Actress: Sandy Dennis- Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?
  • 1966 Continued…
    Best Director: Fred Zinnemann- A Man For All Seasons
    Best Adapted Screenplay: Robert Bolt- A Man For All Seasons
    Best Original Screenplay: Claude Lelouch & Pierre Uytterhoeven- A Man And A Woman
    Best Foreign Language Film: A Man and a Woman (Un homme et une femme)- France
  • 1967
    Best Picture: In the Heat of the Night (United Artists- Walter Mirisch)
    Best Actor: Rod Steiger- In the Heat of the Night
    Best Actress: Katharine Hepburn- Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner
    Best Supporting Actor: George Kennedy- Cool Hand Luke
    Best Supporting Actress: Estelle Parsons- Bonnie and Clyde
  • 1967 Continued…
    Best Director: Mike Nichols- The Graduate
    Best Adapted Screenplay: Stirling Silliphant- In the Heat of the Night
    Best Original Screenplay: William Rose- Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner
    Best Foreign Language Film: Closely Watched Trains (Ostře sledované vlaky)- Czechoslovakia
  • 1968
    Best Picture: Oliver! (Columbia- John Woolf)
    Best Actor: Cliff Robertson- Charly
    Best Actress: Katharine Hepburn- The Lion in Winter & Barbara Streisand- Funny Girl
    Best Supporting Actor: Jack Albertson- The Subject Was Roses
    Best Supporting Actress: Ruth Gordon- Rosemary’s Baby
  • 1968 Continued…
    Best Director: Carol Reed- Oliver!
    Best Adapted Screenplay: James Goldman- The Lion in Winter
    Best Original Screenplay: Mel Brooks- The Producers
    Best Foreign Language Film: War and Peace (Voyna i mir/Война и мир)- Soviet Union
  • 1969
    Best Picture: Midnight Cowboy (United Artists- Jerome Hellman)
    Best Actor: John Wayne- True Grit
    Best Actress: Maggie Smith- The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie
    Best Supporting Actor: Gig Young- They Shoot Horses, Don't They?
    Best Supporting Actress: Goldie Hawn- Cactus Flower
  • 1969 Continued…
    Best Director: John Schlesinger- Midnight Cowboy
    Best Adapted Screenplay: Waldo Salt- Midnight Cowboy
    Best Original Screenplay: William Goldman- Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid
    Best Foreign Language Film: Z- Algeria