Oscar 1971

ACTOR
Peter FinchSunday Bloody Sunday {“Dr. Daniel Hirsh”}
* Gene HackmanThe French Connection {“Jimmy ‘Popeye’ Doyle”}
Walter MatthauKotch {“Joseph P. Kotcher”}
George C. ScottThe Hospital {“Dr. Herbert Bock”}
TopolFiddler on the Roof {“Tevye”}

ACTOR IN A SUPPORTING ROLE
Jeff BridgesThe Last Picture Show {“Duane Jackson”}
Leonard FreyFiddler on the Roof {“Motel”}
Richard Jaeckel — Sometimes a Great Notion {“Joe Ben Stamper”}
* Ben JohnsonThe Last Picture Show {“Sam the Lion”}
Roy ScheiderThe French Connection {“Buddy Russo”}

ACTRESS
Julie ChristieMcCabe & Mrs. Miller {“Mrs. Constance Miller”}
* Jane FondaKlute {“Bree Daniel”}
Glenda JacksonSunday Bloody Sunday {“Alex Greville”}
Vanessa Redgrave — Mary, Queen of Scots {“Mary, Queen of Scots”}
Janet SuzmanNicholas and Alexandra {“Alexandra”}

ACTRESS IN A SUPPORTING ROLE
Ann-MargretCarnal Knowledge {“Bobbie”}
Ellen BurstynThe Last Picture Show {“Lois Farrow”}
Barbara Harris — Who Is Harry Kellerman and Why Is He Saying Those Terrible Things about Me? {“Allison”}
* Cloris LeachmanThe Last Picture Show {“Ruth Popper”}
Margaret LeightonThe Go-Between {“Mrs. Maudsley”}

ART DIRECTION
The Andromeda Strain — Art Direction: Boris Leven, William Tuntke; Set Decoration: Ruby Levitt
Bedknobs and Broomsticks — Art Direction: John B. Mansbridge, Peter Ellenshaw; Set Decoration: Emile Kuri, Hal Gausman
Fiddler on the Roof — Art Direction: Robert Boyle, Michael Stringer; Set Decoration: Peter Lamont
Mary, Queen of Scots — Art Direction: Terence Marsh, Robert Cartwright; Set Decoration: Peter Howitt
* Nicholas and Alexandra — Art Direction: John Box, Ernest Archer, Jack Maxsted, Gil Parrondo; Set Decoration: Vernon Dixon

CINEMATOGRAPHY
* Fiddler on the Roof — Oswald Morris
The French Connection — Owen Roizman
The Last Picture Show — Robert Surtees
Nicholas and Alexandra — Freddie Young
Summer of ’42 — Robert Surtees

COSTUME DESIGN
Bedknobs and Broomsticks — Bill Thomas
Death in Venice — Piero Tosi
Mary, Queen of Scots — Margaret Furse
* Nicholas and Alexandra — Yvonne Blake, Antonio Castillo
What’s the Matter with Helen? — Morton Haack

DIRECTING
A Clockwork Orange — Stanley Kubrick
Fiddler on the Roof — Norman Jewison
* The French Connection — William Friedkin
The Last Picture Show — Peter Bogdanovich
Sunday Bloody Sunday — John Schlesinger

DOCUMENTARY (Feature)
Alaska Wilderness Lake — Alan Landsburg, Producer
* The Hellstrom Chronicle — Walon Green, Producer
On Any Sunday — Bruce Brown, Producer
The RA Expeditions — Lennart Ehrenborg and Thor Heyerdahl, Producers
The Sorrow and the Pity — Marcel Ophuls, Producer

DOCUMENTARY (Short Subject)
Adventures in Perception — Han van Gelder, Producer
Art Is… — Julian Krainin and DeWitt L. Sage, Jr., Producers
The Numbers Start with the River — Donald Wrye, Producer
* Sentinels of Silence — Manuel Arango and Robert Amram, Producers
Somebody Waiting — Hal Riney, Dick Snider and Sherwood Omens, Producers

FILM EDITING
The Andromeda Strain — Stuart Gilmore, John W. Holmes
A Clockwork Orange — Bill Butler
* The French Connection — Jerry Greenberg
Kotch — Ralph E. Winters
Summer of ’42 — Folmar Blangsted

FOREIGN LANGUAGE FILM
Dodes’ka-Den — Japan
The Emigrants — Sweden
* The Garden of the Finzi Continis — Italy
The Policeman — Israel
Tchaikovsky — Union of Soviet Socialist Republics

MUSIC (Original Dramatic Score)
Mary, Queen of Scots — John Barry
Nicholas and Alexandra — Richard Rodney Bennett
Shaft — Isaac Hayes
Straw Dogs — Jerry Fielding
* Summer of ’42 — Michel Legrand

MUSIC (Scoring: Adaptation and Original Song Score)
Bedknobs and Broomsticks — Song Score by Richard M. Sherman and Robert B. Sherman; Adaptation Score by Irwin Kostal
The Boy Friend — Adaptation Score by Peter Maxwell Davies and Peter Greenwell
* Fiddler on the Roof — Adaptation Score by John Williams
Tchaikovsky — Adaptation Score by Dimitri Tiomkin
Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory — Song Score by Leslie Bricusse and Anthony Newley; Adaptation Score by Walter Scharf

MUSIC (Song–Original for the Picture)
“The Age Of Not Believing” from Bedknobs and Broomsticks — Music and Lyrics by Richard M. Sherman and Robert B. Sherman
“All His Children” from Sometimes a Great Notion — Music by Henry Mancini; Lyrics by Alan Bergman and Marilyn Bergman
“Bless The Beasts & Children” from Bless the Beasts & Children — Music and Lyrics by Barry DeVorzon and Perry Botkin, Jr.
“Life Is What You Make It” from Kotch — Music by Marvin Hamlisch; Lyrics by Johnny Mercer
* “Theme From Shaft” from Shaft — Music and Lyrics by Isaac Hayes

BEST PICTURE
A Clockwork Orange — Stanley Kubrick, Producer
Fiddler on the Roof — Norman Jewison, Producer
* The French Connection — Philip D’Antoni, Producer
The Last Picture Show — Stephen J. Friedman, Producer
Nicholas and Alexandra — Sam Spiegel, Producer

SHORT SUBJECT (Animated)
* The Crunch Bird — Ted Petok, Producer
Evolution — Michael Mills, Producer
The Selfish Giant — Peter Sander and Murray Shostak, Producers

SHORT SUBJECT (Live Action)
Good Morning — Denny Evans and Ken Greenwald, Producers
The Rehearsal — Stephen F. Verona, Producer
* Sentinels of Silence — Manuel Arango and Robert Amram, Producers

SOUND
Diamonds Are Forever — Gordon K. McCallum, John Mitchell, Alfred J. Overton
* Fiddler on the Roof — Gordon K. McCallum, David Hildyard
The French Connection — Theodore Soderberg, Christopher Newman
Kotch — Richard Portman, Jack Solomon
Mary, Queen of Scots — Bob Jones, John Aldred

SPECIAL VISUAL EFFECTS
* Bedknobs and Broomsticks — Alan Maley, Eustace Lycett, Danny Lee
When Dinosaurs Ruled the Earth — Jim Danforth, Roger Dicken

WRITING (Screenplay–based on material from another medium)
A Clockwork Orange — Stanley Kubrick
The Conformist — Bernardo Bertolucci
* The French Connection — Ernest Tidyman
The Garden of the Finzi Continis — Ugo Pirro, Vittorio Bonicelli
The Last Picture Show — Larry McMurtry, Peter Bogdanovich

WRITING (Story and Screenplay–based on factual material or material not previously published or produced)
* The Hospital — Paddy Chayefsky
Investigation of a Citizen above Suspicion — Elio Petri, Ugo Pirro
Klute — Andy Lewis, Dave Lewis
Summer of ’42 — Herman Raucher
Sunday Bloody Sunday — Penelope Gilliatt

HONORARY AWARD
To Charles Chaplin for the incalculable effect he has had in making motion pictures the art form of this century.

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