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(1963)

Awards

Academy Awards, USA 1964

Won
Oscar
Best Actress in a Leading Role
Patricia Neal
Patricia Neal was not present at the awards ceremony. Annabella accepted the award on her behalf.
Best Actor in a Supporting Role
Melvyn Douglas

Melvyn Douglas was not present at the awards ceremony. His co-star Brandon De Wilde accepted the ... More

Melvyn Douglas was not present at the awards ceremony. His co-star Brandon De Wilde accepted the award on his behalf.

Best Cinematography, Black-and-White
James Wong Howe
Nominated
Oscar
Best Actor in a Leading Role
Paul Newman
Best Director
Martin Ritt
Best Writing, Screenplay Based on Material from Another Medium
Irving Ravetch
Harriet Frank Jr.
Best Art Direction-Set Decoration, Black-and-White
Hal Pereira
Tambi Larsen
Sam Comer
Robert R. Benton

Golden Globes, USA 1964

Nominated
Golden Globe
Best Motion Picture - Drama
Best Motion Picture Director
Martin Ritt
Best Motion Picture Actor - Drama
Paul Newman
Best Supporting Actress
Patricia Neal
Best Supporting Actor
Melvyn Douglas

BAFTA Awards 1964

Won
BAFTA Film Award
Best Foreign Actress
Patricia Neal
USA.
Nominated
BAFTA Film Award
Best Film from any Source
USA.
Best Foreign Actor
Paul Newman
USA.

American Cinema Editors, USA 1964

Nominated
Eddie
Best Edited Feature Film
Frank Bracht

Directors Guild of America, USA 1964

Nominated
DGA Award
Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Motion Pictures
Martin Ritt

Laurel Awards 1964

Won
Golden Laurel
Top Drama
Top Male Dramatic Performance
Paul Newman
Top Female Dramatic Performance
Patricia Neal
Top Male Supporting Performance
Melvyn Douglas

National Board of Review, USA 1963

Won
NBR Award
Best Actress
Patricia Neal
Best Supporting Actor
Melvyn Douglas
Top Ten Films

New York Film Critics Circle Awards 1963

Won
NYFCC Award
Best Actress
Patricia Neal
Best Screenplay
Irving Ravetch
Harriet Frank Jr.
2nd place
NYFCC Award
Best Film
Best Director
Martin Ritt
3rd place
NYFCC Award
Best Actor
Paul Newman
Tied with Richard Harris for This Sporting Life (1963).

Venice Film Festival 1963

Won
OCIC Award
Martin Ritt
Nominated
Golden Lion
Martin Ritt

Writers Guild of America, USA 1964

Won
WGA Award (Screen)
Best Written American Drama
Harriet Frank Jr.
Irving Ravetch

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