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36th Academy Awards


10 Tom Jones

9 Cleopatra

8 How the West Was Won

7 Hud

6 The Cardinal

6 It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World

5 8-1/2

5 Love with the Proper Stranger

5 Lilies of the Field

4 America, America

3 Captain Newman, M. D.

3 Irma La Douce

2 Twilight of Honor

2 This Sporting Life

2 Sundays and Cybčle

2 Bye Bye Birdie

2 55 Days at Peking

2 A New Kind of Love

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4 Cleopatra

4 Tom Jones

3 Hud

3 How the West Was Won

2 8-1/2

America, America - Elia Kazan
Cleopatra - Walter Wanger
How the West Was Won - Bernard Smith
Lilies of the Field - Ralph Nelson
WinTom Jones - Tony Richardson
8-1/2 - Federico Fellini
America, America - Elia Kazan
Cardinal, The - Otto Preminger
Hud - Martin Ritt
WinTom Jones - Tony Richardson
Irma La Douce - Shirley MacLaine
Love with the Proper Stranger - Natalie Wood
L-Shaped Room, The - Leslie Caron
This Sporting Life - Rachel Roberts
WinHud - Patricia Neal
Cleopatra - Rex Harrison
Hud - Paul Newman
This Sporting Life - Richard Harris
Tom Jones - Albert Finney
WinLilies of the Field - Sidney Poitier
Supporting Actress
Lilies of the Field - Lilia Skala
Tom Jones - Diane Cilento
Tom Jones - Edith Evans
Tom Jones - Joyce Redman
WinV. I. P.'s - Margaret Rutherford
Supporting Actor
Captain Newman, M. D. - Bobby Darin
Cardinal, The - John Huston
Tom Jones - Hugh Griffith
Twilight of Honor - Nick Adams
WinHud - Melvyn Douglas
Writing (Story and Screenplay - Written Directly for the Screen)
8-1/2 - Federico Fellini, Ennio Flaiano, Tullio Pinelli, Brunello Rondi
America, America - Elia Kazan
Four Days of Naples, The - Carlo Bernari, Pasquale Festa Campanile, Massino Franciosa, Nanni Loy, Vasco Pratolini
Love with the Proper Stranger - Arnold Schulman
WinHow the West Was Won - James R. Webb
Writing (Screenplay - Based on Material from Another Medium)
Captain Newman, M. D. - Richard L. Breen, Henry Ephron, Phoebe Ephron
Hud - Harriet Frank Jr., Irving Ravetch
Lilies of the Field - James Poe
Sundays and Cybčle - Serge Bourguigon, Antoine Tudal
WinTom Jones - John Osborne
Cinematography (Black & White)
Balcony, The - George J. Folsey
Caretakers, The - Lucien Ballard
Lilies of the Field - Ernest Haller
Love with the Proper Stranger - Milton Krasner
WinHud - James Wong Howe
Cinematography (Color)
Cardinal, The - Leon Shamroy
How the West Was Won - William Daniels, Milton Krasner, Charles B. Lang Jr., Joseph Lashelle
Irma La Douce - Joseph Lashelle
It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World - Ernest Laszlo
WinCleopatra - Leon Shamroy
Film Editing
Cardinal, The - Louis R. Loeffler
Cleopatra - Dorothy Spencer
Great Escape, The - Ferris Webster
It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World - Gene Fowler Jr., Robert C. Jones, Frederic Knudtson
WinHow the West Was Won - Harold Kress
Art Direction - Set Decoration (Black & White)
8-1/2 - Piero Gherardi
Hud - Robert Benton, Sam Comer, Tambi Larsen, Hal Pereira
Love with the Proper Stranger - Roland Anderson, Sam Comer, Grace Gregory, Hal Pereira
Twilight of Honor - George Davis, Henry Grace, Paul Groesse, Hugh Hunt
WinAmerica, America - Gene Callahan
Art Direction - Set Decoration (Color)
Cardinal, The - Gene Callahan, Lyle Wheeler
Come Blow Your Horn - Roland Anderson, Sam Comer, James Payne, Hal Pereira
How the West Was Won - George Davis, William Ferrari, Henry Grace, Don Greenwood Jr., Addison Hehr, Jack Mills
Tom Jones - Ralph Brinton, Jocelyn Herbert, Josie MacAvin, Ted Marshall
WinCleopatra - Herman A. Blumenthal, Hilyard Brown, John DeCuir, Paul S. Fox, Boris Juraga, Ray Moyer, Maurice Pelling, Walter M. Scott, Jack Martin Smith, Elven Webb
Costume Design (Black & White)
Love with the Proper Stranger - Edith Head
Stripper, The - Travilla
Toys in the Attic - Bill Thomas
Wives and Lovers - Edith Head
Win8-1/2 - Piero Gherardi
Costume Design (Color)
Cardinal, The - Donald Brooks
How the West Was Won - Walter Plunkett
Leopard, The - Piero Tosi
New Kind of Love, A - Edith Head
WinCleopatra - Irene, Vittorio Nino Novarese, Irene Sharaff
Bye Bye Birdie - , Charles Rice
Captain Newman, M. D. - , Waldon O. Watson
Cleopatra - , James P. Corcoran, Fred Hynes
It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World - , Gordon Sawyer
WinHow the West Was Won - , Franklin E. Milton
Sound Effects
Gathering of Eagles, A - Robert L. Bratton
WinIt's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World - Walter G. Elliott
Special Visual Effects
Birds, The - Ub Iwerks
WinCleopatra - Emil Kosa Jr.
Music (Music Score - Substantially Original)
55 Days at Peking - Dimitri Tiomkin
Cleopatra - Alex North
How the West Was Won - Ken Darby, Alfred Newman
It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World - Ernest Gold
WinTom Jones - John Addison
Music (Scoring of Music - Adaptation or Treatment)
Bye Bye Birdie - Johnny Green
New Kind of Love, A - Leith Stevens
Sundays and Cybčle - Maurice Jarre
Sword in the Stone, The - George Bruns
WinIrma La Douce - André Previn
Music (Song)
55 Days at Peking - Dimitri Tiomkin, Paul Francis Webster
Charade - Henry Mancini, Johnny Mercer
It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World - Mack David, Ernest Gold
Mondo Cane - Norman Newell, Nino Oliviero, Riz Ortolani
WinPapa's Delicate Condition - Sammy Cahn, James Van Heusen
Foreign Language Film
Knife in the Water -
Los Tarantos -
Red Lanterns, The -
Twin Sisters of Kyoto -
Win8-1/2 -
Short Subjects (Live Action Subjects)
Concert, The - Ezra R. Baker
Home-Made Car - James Hill
Six-Sided Triangle - Christopher Miles
That's Me - Walker Stuart
WinOccurrence at Owl Creek Bridge, An - Paul de Roubaix, Marcel Ichac
Short Subjects (Cartoons)
Automania 2000 - John Halas
Game, The - Dusan Vukotic
My Financial Career - Tom Daly, Colin Low
Pianissimo - Carmen D'Avino
WinCritic, The - Ernest Pintoff
Documentary (Short Subjects)
Five Cities of June, The - George Stevens
Spirit of America, The - Algernon G. Walker
Thirty Million Letters - Edgar Anstey
To Live Again - Mel London
WinChagall - Simon Schiffrin
Documentary (Features)
Le Maillon et la Chaine - Paul de Roubaix
Yanks are Coming, The - Marshall Flaum
WinRobert Frost: A Lover's Quarrel With the World - Robert Hughes
Studios with most noms
United Artists 27
Paramount 17
Columbia 12
MGM 12
20th Century Fox 11

Studios with most wins
United Artists 7
20th Century Fox 4
Lopert Films 4
Paramount 4