Contents 1 Winners 1.1 Multiple nominations and awards 1.2 Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award 1.3 Honorary Awards 1.4 Presenters 1.5 Performers 2 See also 3 References

Winners[edit] Winners are listed first, highlighted in boldface and indicated with a double dagger ().[5][6] Best Picture Best Director Oliver! – John Woolf, producer Funny Girl – Ray Stark, producer The Lion In Winter – Joseph E. Levine, Jane C. Nusbaum and Martin Poll, producers Rachel, Rachel – Paul Newman, producer Romeo and Juliet – John Brabourne and Anthony Havelock-Allan, producers Carol Reed – Oliver! Stanley Kubrick – 2001: A Space Odyssey Gillo Pontecorvo – The Battle of Algiers Anthony Harvey – The Lion In Winter Franco Zeffirelli – Romeo and Juliet Best Actor Best Actress Cliff Robertson – Charly as Charlie Gordon Alan Arkin – The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter as John Singer Alan Bates – The Fixer as Yakov Bok Ron Moody – Oliver! as Fagin Peter O'Toole – The Lion In Winter as King Henry II of England Katharine Hepburn – The Lion In Winter as Eleanor of Aquitaine Barbra Streisand – Funny Girl as Fanny Brice Patricia Neal – The Subject Was Roses as Nettie Cleary Vanessa Redgrave – Isadora as Isadora Duncan Joanne Woodward – Rachel, Rachel as Rachel Cameron Best Supporting Actor Best Supporting Actress Jack Albertson – The Subject Was Roses as John Cleary Seymour Cassel – Faces as Chet Daniel Massey – Star! as Noël Coward Jack Wild – Oliver! as Jack Dawkins ("The Artful Dodger") Gene Wilder – The Producers as Leo Bloom Ruth Gordon – Rosemary's Baby as Minnie Castevet Lynn Carlin – Faces as Maria Frost Sondra Locke – The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter as Mick Kelly Kay Medford – Funny Girl as Rose Stern Borach Estelle Parsons – Rachel, Rachel as Calla Mackie Best Story and Screenplay Written Directly for the Screen Best Screenplay Based on Material from Another Medium The Producers – Mel Brooks 2001: A Space Odyssey  – Stanley Kubrick and Arthur C. Clarke The Battle of Algiers – Franco Solinas and Gillo Pontecorvo Faces – John Cassavetes Hot Millions – Ira Wallach and Peter Ustinov The Lion in Winter – James Goldman based on his play The Odd Couple – Neil Simon based on his play Oliver! – Vernon Harris based on the play by Lionel Bart and Oliver Twist by Charles Dickens Rosemary's Baby – Roman Polanski based on the novel by Ira Levin Rachel, Rachel – Stewart Stern based on the novel A Jest of God by Margaret Laurence Best Documentary Feature Best Documentary Short Subject Journey into Self – Bill McGaw A Few Notes on Our Food Problem – U.S. Information Agency The Legendary Champions – William Cayton Other Voices – David H. Sawyer Young Americans – Robert Cohn and Alex Grasshoff Why Man Creates – Saul Bass The House That Ananda Built – Films Division, Government of India The Revolving Door – Vision Associates Production for the American Foundation Institute of Corrections A Space to Grow – Office of Economic Opportunity for Project Upward Bound A Way Out of the Wilderness – Dan E. Weisburd Best Live Action Short Subject Best Short Subject – Cartoons Robert Kennedy Remembered – Guggenheim Productions The Dove – Coe-Davis Ltd. Duo – National Film Board of Canada Prelude – Prelude Co. Winnie the Pooh and the Blustery Day – Walt Disney (posthumous award) The House That Jack Built – National Film Board of Canada The Magic Pear Tree – Murakami-Wolf Films Windy Day – Hubley Studios Best Original Score (Not a Musical) Best Original or Adaptation Score The Lion in Winter – John Barry The Fox – Lalo Schifrin Planet of the Apes – Jerry Goldsmith The Shoes of the Fisherman – Alex North The Thomas Crown Affair – Michel Legrand Oliver! – John Green Finian's Rainbow – Ray Heindorf Funny Girl – Walter Scharf Star! – Lennie Hayton The Young Girls of Rochefort – Adaptation: Michel Legrand; Song Score: Michel Legrand and Jacques Demy Best Song Original for the Picture Best Sound "The Windmills of Your Mind" from The Thomas Crown Affair – Music by Michel Legrand; Lyrics by Alan Bergman and Marilyn Bergman "Chitty Chitty Bang Bang" from Chitty Chitty Bang Bang – Music and Lyrics by Richard M. Sherman and Robert B. Sherman "For Love of Ivy" from For Love of Ivy – Music by Quincy Jones; Lyrics by Bob Russell "Funny Girl" from Funny Girl – Music by Jule Styne; Lyrics by Bob Merrill "Star!" from Star! – Music by Jimmy Van Heusen; Lyrics by Sammy Cahn Oliver! – Shepperton Studio Sound Dept. Bullitt – Warner Bros.-Seven Arts Studio Sound Dept. Finian's Rainbow – Warner Bros.-Seven Arts Studio Sound Dept. Funny Girl – Columbia Studio Sound Dept. Star! – Twentieth Century-Fox Studio Sound Dept. Best Foreign Language Film Best Costume Design War and Peace – U.S.S.R. The Boys of Paul Street – Hungary The Firemen's Ball – Czechoslovakia The Girl with the Pistol – Italy Stolen Kisses – France Romeo and Juliet – Danilo Donati The Lion in Winter – Margaret Furse Oliver! – Phyllis Dalton Planet of the Apes – Morton Haack Star! – Donald Brooks Best Art Direction Best Cinematography Oliver! – Art Direction: John Box and Terence Marsh; Set Decoration: Vernon Dixon and Ken Muggleston 2001: A Space Odyssey – Art Direction and Set Decoration: Anthony Masters, Harry Lange and Ernie Archer The Shoes of the Fisherman – Art Direction and Set Decoration: George W. Davis and Edward Carfagno Star! – Art Direction: Boris Leven; Set Decoration: Walter M. Scott and Howard Bristol War and Peace – Art Direction: Mikhail Bogdanov and Gennady Myasnikov; Set Decoration: G. Koshelev and V. Uvarov Romeo and Juliet – Pasqualino De Santis Funny Girl – Harry Stradling Ice Station Zebra – Daniel L. Fapp Oliver! – Oswald Morris Star! – Ernest Laszlo Best Film Editing Best Special Visual Effects Bullitt – Frank P. Keller Funny Girl – Robert Swink, Maury Winetrobe and William Sands The Odd Couple – Frank Bracht Oliver! – Ralph Kemplen Wild in the Streets – Fred R. Feitshans Jr. and Eve Newman 2001: A Space Odyssey – Stanley Kubrick Ice Station Zebra – Hal Millar and J. McMillan Johnson Multiple nominations and awards[edit] These films had multiple nominations: 11 nominations: Oliver! 8 nominations: Funny Girl 7 nominations: The Lion in Winter and Star! 4 nominations: 2001: A Space Odyssey, Rachel, Rachel and Romeo and Juliet 3 nominations: Faces 2 nominations: The Battle of Algiers, Bullitt, Finian's Rainbow, The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter, Ice Station Zebra, The Odd Couple, Planet of the Apes, The Producers, Rosemary's Baby, The Shoes of the Fisherman, The Subject Was Roses, The Thomas Crown Affair and War and Peace The following films received multiple awards. 5 wins: Oliver! (five competitive, plus one honorary) 3 wins: The Lion in Winter 2 wins: Romeo and Juliet Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award[edit] Martha Raye Honorary Awards[edit] Walter Matthau presented John Chambers his award for outstanding makeup achievement for Planet of the Apes Diahann Carroll presented Onna White her award for outstanding choreography achievement for Oliver!. Presenters[edit] Ingrid Bergman (Presenter: Best Actress and Best Cinematography) Ingrid Bergman, Diahann Carroll, Jane Fonda, Rosalind Russell and Natalie Wood (Presenters: Best Director) Diahann Carroll (Presenter: Best Special Visual Effects, Documentary Awards & the Honorary Award to Onna White) Tony Curtis (Presenter: Best Supporting Actress, Short Subjects Awards and Documentary Awards) Jane Fonda (Presenter: Best Foreign Language Film, Best Costume Design and Short Subjects Awards) Bob Hope (Presenter: Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award to Martha Raye) Burt Lancaster (Presenter: Best Actor, Best Special Visual Effects and the Scientific or Technical Awards) Mark Lester (Presenter: Honorary Academy Award to Onna White) Henry Mancini and Marni Nixon (Presenter: Best Original or Adaptation Score) Walter Matthau (Presenter: Best Film Editing and Best Foreign Language Film) Gregory Peck (Presenter: Best Original Score for a Motion Picture (Not a Musical)) Pink Panther (Presenters: Best Short Subject – Cartoons)[7] Sidney Poitier (Presenter: Best Picture) Don Rickles (Presenter: Best Story and Screenplay Written Directly for the Screen) Rosalind Russell (Presenter: Best Original Score for a Motion Picture (Not a Musical), Best Sound and Screenplay Based on Material from Another Medium Awards) Frank Sinatra (Presenter: Best Supporting Actor, Best Song Original for the Picture and Writing Awards) Natalie Wood (Presenter: Best Art Direction and the Scientific or Technical Awards) Performers[edit] José Feliciano ("The Windmills of Your Mind" from The Thomas Crown Affair) Aretha Franklin ("Funny Girl" from Funny Girl) Abbey Lincoln ("For the Love of Ivy" from For Love of Ivy) Sidney Poitier, Ingrid Bergman, Paula Kelly, Burt Lancaster and the UCLA Band ("Chitty Chitty Bang Bang" from Chitty Chitty Bang Bang) Frank Sinatra ("Star!" from Star!)

See also[edit] 26th Golden Globe Awards 1968 in film 11th Grammy Awards 20th Primetime Emmy Awards 21st Primetime Emmy Awards 22nd British Academy Film Awards 23rd Tony Awards

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