1960’s in Film

1960’s Academy Awards

Best Picture 1960 – Ben Hur
Best Actor – Charlston Heston – Ben Hur
Best Supporting Actor – Hugh Griffith – Ben-Hur
Best Actress – Simone Sigoret – Room at the top
Best Supporting Actress – Shelly Winters
Best Director – William Wyler
Best Song – High Hopes – Jimmy Van Heusen – Sammy Cahn
Best Picture 1961 – The Apartment
Best Actor – Burt Lancaster
Best Supporting Actor – Peter Ustinov – Spartacus
Best Actress – Elizabeth Taylor – Butterfield 8
Best Supporting Actress – Shirley Jones – Elmer Gantry
Best Director – Billy Wilder – The Apartment
Best Song – Never on Sunday – Manos Hatzidakis – Never on Sunday
Best Picture 1962 – West Side Story
Best Actor – Maxilillian Schell – Judgement at Nuremberg
Best Actress – Sophia Leoren – Two Women
Best Supporting Actor – George Chakiris – West Side Story
Best Supporting Actress – Rita Moreno – West Side Story
Best Directors – Robert Wise – Jerome Robbins – West Side Story
Best Song – Moon River – Henry Mancini – Breakfast at Tiffany’s
Best Picture 1963 – Lawrence of Arabia
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
Best Director – David Lean – Lawrence of Arabia
Best Song – Days of Wine and Roses – Henry Mancini – Johnny Mercer
Best Picture – 1964 – Tom Jones
Best Actor – Sidney Poiter – Lilies of the Field
Best Actress – Patirica Neal – Hud
Best Supporting Actor – Melvyn Douglas – Hud
Best Supporting Actress – Margarget Rutherford – The V.I.P.s
Best Director – Tony Richardson – Tom Jones
Best Sound – Franklin Miltin – How The West Was Won
Best Picture – 1965 – The Sound of Music
Best Actor – Lee Mavin – Cat ballou
Best Actress – Julie Christe – Darling
Best Supportinng Actor – Martin Balsam – A Thousand Clowns
Best Supporting Actress – Shelly Winters – A Patch of Blue
Best Director – Robert Wise – The Sound of Music
Best Song – The Shallow of your Smile – Johny Mandel – Paul F. Webster
Best Picture – 1966 – A Man for All Seasons
Best Actor – Paul Scofield – A Man for All Seasons
Best Actress – Elizabeth Talyor – Who’s Afraid of Viginia Woolf
Best Supporting Actor – Walter Matthau – The Foutune Cookie
Best Supporting Actress – Sandy Dennis – Who’s Afraid of Viginia Woolf
Best Director – Fred Zimmemann – A Man for All Seasons
Best Song – Born Free – John Barry – Don Black
Best Picture – 1967 – In The Heat of The Night
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
Best Director – Mike Nichols – The Graduate
Best Song – Talk To The Animals – Leslie Bricusse – Doctor Dolittle
Best Picture – 1968 – Oliver – Jerome Hellman
Best Actor – Cliff Robertson – Charly
Best Actress – Katharine Hepburn – The Lion in Winter
Best Supporting Actor – Jack Albertson – The Subject was Roses
Best Supporting Actress – Ruth Gordon – Rosemary’s Baby
Best Director – Carol Reed
Best Musical Score – Johnny Green – Oliver
Best Picture – 1969 – Midnight Cowboy
Best Actor – John Wayne – True Grit
Best Actress – Maggie Smith – The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie
Best Supporting Actor – Gig Young – They Shoot Houses Don’t They?
Best Supporting Actress – Goldie Hawn – Cactus Flower
Best Director -John Schlesinger – Midnight Cowboy
Best Musical Score – Hello Dolly – Lenny Hayton – Lionel Newman

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