* Film Editing - Fredric Steinkamp, Henry Berman, Stewart Linder, Frank Santillo * Sound Effects - Gordon Daniel * Sound - Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studio Sound Department, Franklin E. Milton, Sound Director
The two other choices for Best Picture in 1967 reflected the schizophrenic nature of the nominees - these two were ground-breaking and influential films that had a tremendous impact on young audiences, and signaled a significant shift that was soon to occur - the dawning of auteurism and the "New Hollywood":
The 39th Academy Awards ceremony took place on Monday, April 10, 1967 at the Santa Monica Civic Auditorium. The winners were selected from movies released in 1966. The 39th Academy Award Winners. Best Picture: A Man for All Seasons - Fred Zinnemann, Producer. Best Actor: Paul Scofield - A Man for All Seasons
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Dustin Hoffman has been nominated for Academy Awards seven times, all in the Best Actor category. The roles and movies are as follows (Oscar wins in bold):Benjamin Braddock in "The Graduate" (1967 ...
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Bonnie and Clyde – Warren BeattyDoctor Dolittle – Arthur P. JacobsThe Graduate – Lawrence TurmanGuess Who’s Coming to Dinner – Stanley KramerIn the Heat of the Night – Walter Mirisch
Bonnie and Clyde – Arthur PennThe Graduate – Mike NicholsGuess Who’s Coming to Dinner – Stanley KramerIn Cold Blood – Richard BrooksIn the Heat of the Night – Norman Jewison
Warren Beatty – Bonnie and ClydeDustin Hoffman – The GraduatePaul Newman – Cool Hand LukeRod Steiger – In the Heat of the NightSpencer Tracy – Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner
Anne Bancroft – The GraduateFaye Dunaway – Bonnie and ClydeDame Edith Evans – The WhisperersAudrey Hepburn – Wait until DarkKatharine Hepburn – Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner
John Cassavetes – The Dirty DozenGene Hackman – Bonnie and ClydeCecil Kellaway – Guess Who’s Coming to DinnerGeorge Kennedy – Cool Hand LukeMichael J. Pollard – Bonnie and Clyde
Carol Channing – Thoroughly Modern MillieMildred Natwick – Barefoot in the ParkEstelle Parsons – Bonnie and ClydeBeah Richards – Guess Who’s Coming to DinnerKatharine Ross – The Graduate
Cool Hand Luke – Donn Pearce, Frank R. PiersonThe Graduate – Calder Willingham, Buck HenryIn Cold Blood – Richard BrooksIn the Heat of the Night – Stirling SilliphantUlysses – Joseph Strick, Fred Haines
“The Bare Necessities” – The Jungle Book – Music, Lyrics by Terry Gilkyson“The Eyes Of Love” – Banning – Music by Quincy Jones; Lyrics by Bob Russell“The Look Of Love” – Casino Royale – Music by Burt Bacharach; Lyrics by Hal David“Talk To The Animals” – Doctor Dolittle – Music, Lyrics by Leslie Bricusse“Thoroughly Modern Millie” – Thoroughly Modern Millie – Music, Lyrics by James Van Heusen, Sammy Cahn
Beach Red – Frank P. KellerThe Dirty Dozen – Michael LucianoDoctor Dolittle – Samuel E. Beetley, Marjorie FowlerGuess Who’s Coming to Dinner – Robert C. JonesIn the Heat of the Night – Hal Ashby
Bonnie and Clyde – Burnett GuffeyCamelot – Richard H. KlineDoctor Dolittle – Robert SurteesThe Graduate – Robert SurteesIn Cold Blood – Conrad Hall
Camelot – Art Direction: John Truscott, Edward Carrere; Set Decoration: John W. BrownDoctor Dolittle – Art Direction: Mario Chiari, Jack Martin Smith, Ed Graves; Set Decoration: Walter M. Scott, Stuart A. ReissGuess Who’s Coming to Dinner – Art Direction: Robert Clatworthy; Set Decoration: Frank TuttleThe Taming of the Shrew – Art Direction: Renzo Mongiardino, John DeCuir, Elven Webb, Giuseppe Mariani; Set Decoration: Dario Simoni, Luigi GervasiThoroughly Modern Millie – Art Direction: Alexan...
Bonnie and Clyde – Theadora Van RunkleCamelot – John TruscottThe Happiest Millionaire – Bill ThomasThe Taming of the Shrew – Irene Sharaff, Danilo DonatiThoroughly Modern Millie – Jean Louis
Camelot – Warner Bros.-Seven Arts Studio Sound DepartmentThe Dirty Dozen – Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studio Sound DepartmentDoctor Dolittle – 20th Century-Fox Studio Sound DepartmentIn the Heat of the Night – Samuel Goldwyn Studio Sound DepartmentThoroughly Modern Millie – Universal City Studio Sound Department
Closely Watched Trains – CzechoslovakiaEl Amor Brujo – SpainI Even Met Happy Gypsies – YugoslaviaLive for Life – FrancePortrait of Chieko – Japan
The Anderson Platoon – Pierre SchoendoerfferFestival – Murray LernerHarvest – Carroll BallardA King’s Story – Jack Le VienA Time for Burning – William C. Jersey
The Box – Fred WolfHypothese Beta – Jean-Charles MeunierWhat on Earth! – Robert Verrall, Wolf Koenig
To Arthur Freed for distinguished service to the Academy and the production of six top-rated Awards telecasts.
To the ELECTRO-OPTICAL DIVISION OF KOLLMORGEN CORPORATION for the design and development of a series of Motion Picture Projection Lenses. [Lenses and Filters]To PANAVISION, INCORPORATED, for a Variable Speed Motor for Motion Picture Cameras. [Camera]To FRED R. WILSON of the Samuel Goldwyn Studio Sound Department for an Audio Level Clamper. [Sound]To WALDON O. WATSON and the UNIVERSAL CITY STUDIO SOUND DEPARTMENT for new concepts in the design of a Music Scoring Stage. [Sound]
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The year 1967 in film involved some significant events. It is widely considered as one of the most ground-breaking years in film, with "revolutionary" films highlighting the change, including: Bonnie and Clyde, The Graduate, Guess Who's Coming to Dinner, Cool Hand Luke, The Dirty Dozen, In Cold Blood, In the Heat of the Night, The Jungle Book and You Only Live Twice.
The 40th Academy Awards honored film achievements of 1967. Originally scheduled for April 8, 1968, the awards were postponed to two days later, April 10, 1968, because of the assassination of civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr. Bob Hope was once again the host of the ceremony.
- April 10, 1968
- In the Heat of the Night (5)
- Richard Dunlap
- Arthur Freed
May 23, 2010 · The film was nominated for four awards: Best Cinematography Conrad L. Hall (who was nominated for ten Oscars in all, winning three for 1969’s Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, 1999’s American Beauty and posthumously for 2002’s Road to Perdition), Best Score Quincy Jones, Best Director and Best Adapted Screenplay Richard Brooks.