Best Picture

One of the most beloved movie musicals of all-time, THE SOUND OF MUSIC had all the makings of a successful film — memorable Rodgers and Hammerstein songs, lush background locations, a talented cast, an experienced production team, the preceding momentum of a popular stage musical, and most importantly, a wholesome, sentimental story with sympathetic heroes, historic villains and broad family appeal.  Yet the international blockbuster that resulted when all these elements finally came together in the spring of 1965 was altogether greater than the sum of its parts. 

Best Actress/Actor

Richard Burton, The Spy Who Came in From the cold

Laurence Olivier, Othello

Rod Steiger, The Pawnbroker

Oskar Werner, Ship of Fools

Best ActressJulie Andrews, The Sound of Music

Julie Christie, Darling

Samantha Eggar, The Collector

Elizabeth Hartman, A Patch of Blue

Simone Signoret, Ship of Fools

Read more: 1965 Academy Awards — Infoplease.com http://www.infoplease.com/ipa/A0149013.html#ixzz1whoMjswI

Books

NY TIMES BESTSELLERs

The Making of the President – 1964 by Theodore H. White

Kennedy by Theodore Sorensen

more best sellers here

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