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Awards

Academy Awards, USA 1952

Won
Oscar
Best Actress in a Leading Role
Vivien Leigh
Vivien Leigh was not present at the awards ceremony. Greer Garson accepted on her behalf.
Best Actor in a Supporting Role
Karl Malden
Best Actress in a Supporting Role
Kim Hunter
Kim Hunter was not present at the awards ceremony. Bette Davis accepted on her behalf.
Best Art Direction-Set Decoration, Black-and-White
Richard Day
George James Hopkins
Nominated
Oscar
Best Picture
Charles K. Feldman
Best Actor in a Leading Role
Marlon Brando
Best Director
Elia Kazan
Best Writing, Screenplay
Tennessee Williams
Best Cinematography, Black-and-White
Harry Stradling Sr.
Best Costume Design, Black-and-White
Lucinda Ballard
Best Sound, Recording
Nathan Levinson (Warner Bros.)
Best Music, Scoring of a Dramatic or Comedy Picture
Alex North

Golden Globes, USA 1952

Won
Golden Globe
Best Supporting Actress
Kim Hunter
Nominated
Golden Globe
Best Motion Picture - Drama
Best Actress - Drama
Vivien Leigh

BAFTA Awards 1953

Won
BAFTA Film Award
Best British Actress
Vivien Leigh
USA.
Nominated
BAFTA Film Award
Best Film from any Source
USA.

Directors Guild of America, USA 1952

Nominated
DGA Award
Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Motion Pictures
Elia Kazan

Jussi Awards 1952

Won
Diploma of Merit
Foreign Actor
Marlon Brando
For The Men

National Board of Review, USA 1951

Won
NBR Award
Top Ten Films

National Film Preservation Board, USA 1999

Won
National Film Registry

New York Film Critics Circle Awards 1951

Won
NYFCC Award
Best Film
Best Director
Elia Kazan
Best Actress
Vivien Leigh
2nd place
NYFCC Award
Best Actor
Marlon Brando

Online Film & Television Association 2004

Won
OFTA Film Hall of Fame
Motion Picture

Sant Jordi Awards 1957

Won
Special Award
Tennessee Williams
Vivien Leigh

Venice Film Festival 1951

Won
Special Jury Prize
Elia Kazan

For having produced a stage play on screen, poetically interpreting the humanity of the characters,... More

For having produced a stage play on screen, poetically interpreting the humanity of the characters, thanks to masterly direction.

Won
Volpi Award
Best Actress
Vivien Leigh
Nominated
Golden Lion
Elia Kazan

Writers Guild of America, USA 1952

Nominated
WGA Award (Screen)
Best Written American Drama
Tennessee Williams

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