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Patton Poster

(1970)

Awards

Academy Awards, USA 1971

Won
Oscar
Best Picture
Frank McCarthy
Best Actor in a Leading Role
George C. Scott

Refused to accept the nomination and the award, because he did not feel himself to be in any ... More

Refused to accept the nomination and the award, because he did not feel himself to be in any competition with other actors. Frank McCarthy, the film's producer, accepted the award on Scott's behalf at the ceremony, but returned it to the Academy the next day in keeping with Scott's wishes.

Best Director
Franklin J. Schaffner

Franklin Schaffner was not present at the awards ceremony. Karl Malden accepted the award on his ... More

Franklin Schaffner was not present at the awards ceremony. Karl Malden accepted the award on his behalf.

Best Writing, Story and Screenplay Based on Factual Material or Material Not Previously Published or Produced
Francis Ford Coppola
Edmund H. North
Francis Ford Coppola was not present at the awards ceremony.
Best Art Direction-Set Decoration
Urie McCleary
Gil Parrondo
Antonio Mateos
Pierre-Louis Thévenet
Best Sound
Douglas O. Williams
Don J. Bassman
Best Film Editing
Hugh S. Fowler
Nominated
Oscar
Best Cinematography
Fred J. Koenekamp
Best Effects, Special Visual Effects
Alex Weldon
Best Music, Original Score
Jerry Goldsmith

Golden Globes, USA 1971

Won
Golden Globe
Best Motion Picture Actor - Drama
George C. Scott
Nominated
Golden Globe
Best Motion Picture - Drama
Best Motion Picture Director
Franklin J. Schaffner

BAFTA Awards 1971

Nominated
BAFTA Film Award
Best Actor
George C. Scott
Best Sound Track
Don Hall
Douglas O. Williams
Don J. Bassman

American Cinema Editors, USA 1971

Won
Eddie
Best Edited Feature Film
Hugh S. Fowler

Directors Guild of America, USA 1971

Won
DGA Award
Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Motion Pictures
Franklin J. Schaffner
Eli Dunn (assistant director) (plaque)
José López Rodero (assistant director) (plaque)

Kansas City Film Critics Circle Awards 1970

Won
KCFCC Award
Best Film
Tied with Five Easy Pieces (1970).
Best Actor
George C. Scott

Laurel Awards 1971

Won
Golden Laurel
Best Picture
Best Dramatic Performance, Male
George C. Scott
Best Composer
Jerry Goldsmith
Best Cinematographer
Fred J. Koenekamp
2nd place
Golden Laurel
Best Supporting Performance, Male
Karl Malden

Motion Picture Sound Editors, USA 1971

Won
Golden Reel Award
Best Sound Editing - Feature Film

National Board of Review, USA 1971

Won
NBR Award
Best Film
Best Actor
George C. Scott
Top Ten Films

National Film Preservation Board, USA 2003

Won
National Film Registry

National Society of Film Critics Awards, USA 1971

Won
NSFC Award
Best Actor
George C. Scott

New York Film Critics Circle Awards 1970

Won
NYFCC Award
Best Actor
George C. Scott

Utah Film Critics Association Awards 1970

Won
UFCA Award
Best Picture
Best Actor
George C. Scott
Best Director
Franklin J. Schaffner
Best Writing, Screenplay - Original/Adapted
Francis Ford Coppola
Edmund H. North
2nd place
UFCA Award
Best Cinematography
Fred J. Koenekamp

Writers Guild of America, USA 1971

Won
WGA Award (Screen)
Best Drama Written Directly for the Screen
Francis Ford Coppola
Edmund H. North

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