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Best/Favorite “Best Picture” (1960-1969)???
The Apartment
West Side Story
Lawrence of Arabia
Tom Jones
My Fair Lady
The Sound of Music
A Man For All Seasons
In The Heat of The Night
Oliver
Midnight Cowboy
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    Stank83
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    Best/favorite Best Picture winner of the 60s(1960-1969)???
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    In The Heat Of The Night with The Apartment as runner-up

    FYC :

    Best Actress - Viola Davis, Frances McDormand
    Best Actor - Delroy Lindo, Chadwick Boseman
    Best Supporting Actor - Colman Domingo, Glynn Turman
    Best Picture - Nomadland
    Best Director - Chloé Zhao
    SAG Ensemble - Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom
    Best Cinematography - Nomadland

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    The Apartment. My favourite Best Picture winner ever.

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    While there were maybe 2-3 other films that got snubbed that I loved a tad more, THE APARTMENT was such an amazing winner in its own right and was completely and utterly deserving. I actually have it ranked as my 5th favorite Best Picture winner of all time.

    A close second would have to be LAWRENCE OF ARABIA.

    After that, it becomes less appealing….

    #1-The Apartment
    #2-Lawrence of Arabia

    #3-The Sound of Music
    #4-In The Heat of the Night
    #5-A Man For All Seasons

    #6-West Side Story
    #7-Midnight Cowboy
    #8-My Fair Lady
    #9-Oliver
    #10-Tom Jones

    “The art of making art is putting it together...”

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    The Apartment, West Side Story, and Lawrence of Arabia made for a nice string of winners, even if there are others I prefer. I’m also partial to A Man for All Seasons.

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    Midnight Cowboy

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    My favorite is definitely Midnight Cowboy.

    Lawrence of Arabia is definitely the best.

    Honorable Mention to The Apartment. Shirley MacLaine with an all-timer performance, one of the all-time Oscar travesties.

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    Lawrence of Arabia

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    I voted for “The Sound of Music” though my favorite film was the not-nominated “Rosemary’s Baby”.

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    Apartment, West side Story, and Lawrence of Arabia.

    Wow 3 consecutive years and they are the best of the decade.

    Coen-Lynch-Fellini

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    I’m going with Lawrence of Arabia. One of, if not the greatest epic ever made.

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    No contest for me because West Side Story is not only my favorite Best Picture winner of the 1960s, but also one of my all time favorite movies. While I am curious to see what Steven Spielberg will do with his cinematic take on the musical, it will have to go a long way to be even as close as good to what Robert Wise (and Jerome Robbins) made in 1961 as it puts all modern day reimaginings of the Romeo & Juliet story to shame.

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    Lawrence of Arabia

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    The Apartment

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    Midnight Cowboy

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