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Best Director: 1964

Actual Nominations: George Cukor. Peter Glenville. Robert Stevenson. Stanley Kubrick. Michael Cacoyannis.

This year’s nominees were mostly from adaptations of books or plays with original material being left by the wayside. 560 more words

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Best Supporting Actress: 1964

Actual Nominations: Dame Edith Evans. Agnes Moorehead. Gladys Cooper. Grayson Hall. Lila Kedrova.

A fairly terrible year this with a bunch of ye olde stage actresses of high renown, mostly known for playing the snooty, the haughty, the high brow. 136 more words

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Best Actress: 1964

Actual Nominations: Julie Andrews. Anne Bancroft. Sophia Loren. Debbie Reynolds. Kim Stanley.

This was quite a controversial year for the Best Actress category, primarily due to the Audrey Hepburn snub. 377 more words

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Best Supporting Actor: 1964

Actual Nominations: Peter Ustinov. John Gielgud. Stanley Holloway. Edmund O’Brien. Lee Tracy.

Peter Ustinov picked up the official win for his role as a hustler in… 232 more words

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Best Stuntwork - Intro

*Note* Here is a post which I wrote years ago and was going to use as an introduction to my picks for the Best Stuntwork Oscar, starting with 1960. 532 more words

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The Connection competition

Friday 29 May sees the release of The Connection, starring Oscar winner Jean Dujardin. This high-octane crime drama from young up-and-coming French writer-director Cédric Jimenez is thrilling, stylish filmmaking at its best.  453 more words

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Best Actor: 1964

Actual Nominations: Rex Harrison. Richard Burton. Peter O’Toole. Anthony Quinn. Peter Sellers.

5 big hitters in the actual nominations this year in a variety of roles. 273 more words

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