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1967 Academy Awards

The 1967 Academy Awards were presented April 10, 1968 at the Santa Monica Civic Auditorium.

Best PictureBonnie and Clyde, Warren Beatty, producer (Warner Bros.-Seven Arts)
Doctor Dolittle, Arthur P. Jacobs, producer (Twentieth Century-Fox)
The Graduate, Lawrence Turman, producer (Embassy Pictures)
Guess Who's Coming to Dinner?, Stanley Kramer, producer (Columbia)
In the Heat of the Night, Walter Mirisch, producer (United Artists)
Best ActorWarren Beatty, Bonnie and Clyde
Dustin Hoffman, The Graduate
Paul Newman, Cool Hand Luke
Rod Steiger, In the Heat of the Night
Spencer Tracy, Guess Who's Coming to Dinner?
Best ActressAnne Bancroft, The Graduate
Faye Dunaway, Bonnie and Clyde
Dame Edith Evans, The Whisperers
Audrey Hepburn, Wait Until Dark
Katharine Hepburn, Guess Who's Coming to Dinner?
Actor in a Supporting RoleJohn Cassavetes, The Dirty Dozen
Gene Hackman, Bonnie and Clyde
Cecil Kellaway, Guess Who's Coming to Dinner?
George Kennedy, Cool Hand Luke
Michael J. Pollard, Bonnie and Clyde
Actress in a Supporting RoleCarol Channing, Thoroughly Modern Millie
Mildred Natwick, Barefoot in the Park
Estelle Parsons, Bonnie and Clyde
Beah Richards, Guess Who's Coming to Dinner?
Katharine Ross, The Graduate
DirectingRichard Brooks, In Cold Blood
Norman Jewison, In the Heat of the Night
Stanley Kramer, Guess Who's Coming to Dinner?
Mike Nichols, The Graduate
Arthur Penn, Bonnie and Clyde

Mike Nichols
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Writing
Screenplay Based on Material From Another MediumRichard Brooks, In Cold Blood
Donn Pearce and Frank R. Pierson, Cool Hand Luke
Stirling Silliphant, In the Heat of the Night
Joseph Strick and Fred Haines, Ulysses
Calder Willingham and Buck Henry, The Graduate
Story and Screenplay Written Directly for the ScreenRobert Kaufman, story; Norman Lear, screenplay, Divorce American Style
David Newman and Robert Benton, Bonnie and Clyde
Frederic Raphael, Two for the Road
William Rose, Guess Who's Coming to Dinner?
Jorge Semprun, La Guerre Est Finie
CinematographyBurnett Guffey, Bonnie and Clyde
Conrad Hall, In Cold Blood
Richard H. Kline, Camelot
Robert Surtees, Doctor Dolittle
Robert Surtees, The Graduate
Art DirectionMario Chiari, Jack Martin Smith and Ed Graves, art direction; Walter M. Scott and Stuart A. Reiss, set decoration, Doctor Dolittle
Robert Clatworthy, art direction; Frank Tuttle, set decoration, Guess Who's Coming to Dinner?
Alexander Golitzen and George C. Webb, art direction; Howard Bristol, set decoration, Thoroughly Modern Millie
Renzo Mongiardino, John DeCuir, Elven Webb and Giuseppe Mariani, art direction; Dario Simoni and Luigi Gervasi, set decoration, The Taming of the Shrew
John Truscott and Edward Carrere, art direction; John W. Brown, set decoration, Camelot
SoundMGM Studio Sound Dept., The Dirty Dozen
Samuel Goldwyn Studio Sound Dept., In the Heat of the Night
Twentieth Century-Fox Studio Sound Dept., Doctor Dolittle
Universal City Studio Sound Dept., Thoroughly Modern Millie
Warner Bros.-Seven Arts Studio Sound Dept., Camelot
Music
Song“The Bare Necessities,” The Jungle Book, Terry Gilkyson, music and lyrics
“The Eyes of Love,” Banning, Quincy Jones, music; Bob Russell, lyrics
“The Look of Love,” Casino Royale, Burt Bacharach, music; Hal David, lyrics
“Talk to the Animals,” Doctor Dolittle, Leslie Bricusse, music and lyrics
“Thoroughly Modern Millie,” Thoroughly Modern Millie, James Van Heusen and Sammy Cahn, music and lyrics
Original Music ScoreRichard Rodney Bennett, Far From the Madding Crowd
Elmer Bernstein, Thoroughly Modern Millie
Leslie Bricusse, Doctor Dolittle
Quincy Jones, In Cold Blood
Lalo Schifrin, Cool Hand Luke
Scoring of Music, Adaptation or TreatmentDeVol, Guess Who's Coming to Dinner?
Alfred Newman and Ken Darby, Camelot
Lionel Newman and Alexander Courage, Doctor Dolittle
André Previn and Joseph Gershenson, Thoroughly Modern Millie
John Williams, Valley of the Dolls
Film EditingHal Ashby, In the Heat of the Night
Samuel E. Beetley and Marjorie Fowler, Doctor Dolittle
Robert C. Jones, Guess Who's Coming to Dinner?
Frank P. Keller, Beach Red
Michael Luciano, The Dirty Dozen
Costume DesignJean Louis, Thoroughly Modern Millie
Irene Sharaff and Danilo Donati, The Taming of the Shrew
Bill Thomas, The Happiest Millionaire
John Truscott, Camelot
Theadora Van Runkle, Bonnie and Clyde
Special Visual EffectsL. B. Abbott, Doctor Dolittle
Howard A. Anderson, Jr. and Albert Whitlock, Tobruk
Sound EffectsJohn Poyner, The Dirty Dozen
James A. Richard, In the Heat of the Night
Short Subjects
CartoonThe Box (Murakami-Wolf Films; Brandon Films)
Hypothese Beta (Films Orzeaux; Pathé Contemporary Films)
What on Earth! (National Film Board of Canada; Columbia)
Live ActionPaddle to the Sea (National Film Board of Canada; Favorite Films of California)
A Place to Stand (T.D.F. Production for the Ontario Department of Economics and Development; Columbia)
Sky Over Holland (John Ferno Production for the Netherlands; Warner Bros.-Seven Arts)
Stop, Look and Listen (Len Janson and Chuck Menville, producers; MGM)
Documentary
Short SubjectMonument to the Dream (Charles E. Guggenheim, producer; Guggenheim Productions)
A Place to Stand (T.D.F. Production for the Ontario Department of Economics and Development; Columbia)
The Redwoods (Mark Harris and Trevor Greenwood, producers; King Screen Productions)
See You at the Pillar (Robert Fitchett, producer; Associated British-Pathé Production)
While I Run This Race (Carl V. Ragsdale, producer; Sun Dial Films for VISTA)
FeatureThe Anderson Platoon (French Broadcasting System)
Festival (Patchke Productions)
Harvest (U.S. Information Agency)
A King's Story (Jack Le Vien Production)
A Time for Burning (Quest Productions for Lutheran Film Associates)
Foreign Language FilmClosely Watched Trains, Czechoslovakia
El Amor Brujo, Spain
I Even Met Happy Gypsies, Yugoslavia
Live for Life, France
Portrait of Chieko, Japan
Irving G. Thalberg Memorial AwardAlfred Hitchcock
Jean Hersholt Humanitarian AwardGregory Peck
Honorary AwardTo Arthur Freed for distinguished service to the Academy and the production of six top-rated Awards telecasts

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