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    Best Picture: The Graduate

    Best Director: Mike Nichols, The Graduate

    Best Actor: Warren Beatty, Bonnie and Clyde

    Best Actress: Anne Bancroft, The Graduate

    Best Supporting Actor: George Kennedy, Cool Hand Luke

    Best Supporting Actress: Mildred Natwick, Barefoot in the Park

    Best Original Screenplay: William Rose, Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner

    Best Adapted Screenplay: Buck Henry and Calder Willingham, The Graduate

    Best Original Score: Quincy Jones, In Cold Blood

    Best Original Song Score/Adaptation Score: Alfred Newman and Ken Darby, Camelot

    Best Original Song: The Bare Necessities, The Jungle Book

    Best Cinematography: Robert Surtees, The Graduate

    I’d choose to abstain from the remaining categories, as I hadn’t seen the foreign/documentary films/animated shorts, and don’t know much about sound effects, mixing, editing, etc.

     

     

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    Best Picture: The Jungle Book
    Best Director: Mike Nichols, The Graduate
    Best Actor: Phil Harris, The Jungle Book
    Best Actress: Katharine Hepburn, Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner
    Best Sup. Actor: George Sanders, The Jungle Book
    Best Sup. Actress: Estelle Parsons, Bonnie and Clyde

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    Best Picture – The Graduate
    Best Director – Mike Nichols
    Best Lead Actor – Spencer Tracy
    Best Lead Actress – Edith Evans
    Best Supporting Actor – John Cassavetes
    Best Supporting Actress – Katharine Ross
    Best Original Screenplay – Two for the Road
    Best Adapted Screenplay – The Graduate
    Best Adapted Score – Valley of the Dolls
    Best Art Direction – Thoroughly Modern Millie
    Best Cinematography – Bonnie and Clyde
    Best Costume Design – Bonnie and Clyde
    Best Film Editing – The Dirty Dozen
    Best Original Score – In Cold Blood
    Best Original Song – “The Look of Love”
    Best Sound – The Dirty Dozen
    Best Sound Effects – The Dirty Dozen
    Best Visual Effects – Tobruk

    OSCAR FLASHBACK: 20 Years of Streep (1988) – A Cry in the Dark

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    As much as I enjoyed Hepburn in Wait Until Dark, I wish she had been nominated for Two for the Road instead.

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    If Bette Davis had won the oscar for Whatever Happened to Baby Jane, would Bancroft have won this year?

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    I bet Hepburn would’ve still won, probably leaving Bancroft Oscar-less during her career. Thirty-four years since her Morning Glory victory, there was a definite hunger to give Hepburn #2.

    OSCAR FLASHBACK: 20 Years of Streep (1988) – A Cry in the Dark

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