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    Picture: All That Jazz
    Director: Bob Fosse, All That Jazz
    Actor: Peter Sellers, Being There
    Actress: Bette Midler, The Rose
    Supporting Actor: Robert Duvall, Apocalypse Now
    Supporting Actress: tough one but I’ll go with Candace Bergen, Starting Over

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    Picture: Apocalypse Now
    Director: Francis Ford Coppola, Apocalypse Now 
    Actor: Roy Scheider, All That Jazz
    Actress: Bette Midler, The Rose
    Supporting Actor: Robert Duvall, Apocalypse Now or Justin Henry, Kramer vs. Kramer
    Supporting Actress: Jane Alexander, Kramer vs. Kramer 

    FYC Emmys: Helena Bonham Carter (Drama Supporting Actress), Olivia Colman (Drama Actress), Jodie Comer and Sandra Oh (Drama Actress), Fiona Shaw (Drama Supporting Actress), Zendaya (Drama Actress), Alexis Bledel (Drama Guest Actress)

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    Apocalypse Now, Picture
    coppola, Director
    Sellers, Actor
    Midler, Actress
    Duvall, Supporting Actor
    Bergen, Supporting Actress

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    Wasn’t Apocalyse Now considered kind of a disappointment when it first came out? I always thought that for some reason. I thought it grew in acclaim over the years.

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    Wasn’t Apocalyse Now considered kind of a disappointment when it first came out? I always thought that for some reason. I thought it grew in acclaim over the years.

    It was was highly regarded at the time of its release but coming out a year after the Academy had showered The Deer Hunter with Oscar wins blunted AN’s awards tally.

    Just like Manhattan, widely acclaimed in 1979 as Woody Allens best film to date at the time and I think his biggest box office hit at that time snared very few nominations after Annie Hall’s wins & Interiors’ nominations. I think the Academy wanted a break from Woody Allen – nothing personal or anything just enough was enough.

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    “Starting Over” is such a great movie. Candice Bergen is the definition of a scene-stealer, especially in her big singing scene.

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    Best Picture – Apocalypse Now
    Best Director – Francis Ford Coppola
    Best Actor – Roy Scheider
    Best Actress – Bette Midler
    Best Supporting Actor – Robert Duvall
    Best Supporting Actress – Jane Alexander

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    “Starting Over” is such a great movie. Candice Bergen is the definition of a scene-stealer, especially in her big singing scene.

    The singing scene is so hilariously bad. (and it was probably more surprising at the time since she had never done comedy before so the fact that she was so funny really made an impact.)

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y6Ga7Iorwlc

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    I disagree with Candice Bergen – considering the immense love Woody Allen got from the academy in the 70s, I go with Mariel Hemingway. She won praise from critics and she is basically the whole movie – who does not remember her in the last scene?

    I really liked Bergen but the movie is totally blah.

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