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Best Writing (Original) - 1967

Official Nominations: William Rose (Guess Who’s Coming To Dinner), David Newman, Robert Benton (Bonnie And Clyde), Robert Kaufman, Norman Lear (Divorce, America Style), Jorge Semprun (The War Is Over), Frederic Raphael (Two For The Road). 207 more words

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Best Cinematography: 1967

Official Nominations: Bonnie And Clyde. Camelot. Doctor Dolittle. In Cold Blood. The Graduate.

An unsurprising mix of movies make the cut this year, with  231 more words

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Best Animated Picture - 1967

My Nominations: Asterix The Gaul. Mad Monster Party. Jack And The Witch. The Jungle Book.

Even though there was no Animated Picture category this year, there are a number of notable films worthy of nomination. 288 more words

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Best Foreign Film - 1967

Official Nominations: Closely Watched Trains. El Amor Brujo. I Even Met Gypsies. Live For Life. Portrait Of Chieko.

An unusual year for the Foreign Film category in that none of the nominations are instantly recognizable to the general viewing public when compared against some of the other releases this year.  291 more words

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Best Supporting Actress - 1967

Official Nominations: Estelle Parsons. Carol Channing. Mildred Natwick. Beah Richards. Katherine Ross.

A decent line-up of actresses who most modern viewers would not recognise as big hitters, with Estelle Parsons picking up a deserved win for her performance as Blanche Barrow – the real life Blanche did not approve. 191 more words

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Best Supporting Actor - 1967

Official Nominations: George Kennedy. John Cassavetes. Gene Hackman. Cecil Kellaway. Michael J Pollard.

George Kennedy was the surprise winner this year for his memorable turn as the big, brazen friend to Paul Newman’s Luke, against type for his usual bad guy roles. 251 more words

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Best Director - 1967

Official Nominations: Mike Nichols. Richard Brooks. Norman Jewison. Stanley Kramer. Arthur Penn.

It’s another close call for 1967, with Mike Nichols picking up the official win for  241 more words

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