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Category Cecil B. DeMille Award Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Pic... Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Pictu... Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Pictu... Best Performance by an Actress In A Supporting... Best Performance by an Actor In A Supporting R... Best Director - Motion Picture Best Screenplay - Motion Picture (Previous Award Given) Special Achievement Award (Previous Award Given) Actress In A Leading Ro... (Previous Award Given) Documentary (Previous Award Given) Henrietta Award (World ... (Previous Award Given) Henrietta Award (World ... (Previous Award Given) Henrietta Award (World ... (Previous Award Given) Promoting International... (Previous Award Given) New Star Of The Year - ... (Previous Award Given) New Star Of The Year - ... (Previous Award Given) New Star Of The Year - ... (Previous Award Given) New Star Of The Year - ... (Previous Award Given) New Star Of The Year - ... (Previous Award Given) New Star Of The Year - ... (Previous Award Given) New Star Of The Year - ... (Previous Award Given) New Star Of The Year - ... (Previous Award Given) New Star Of The Year - ... (Previous Award Given) New Star Of The Year - ... (Previous Award Given) New Star Of The Year - ... (Previous Award Given) New Star Of The Year - ... (Previous Award Given) Picture
Nominee Zanuck, Darryl F. Hepburn, Audrey in Roman Holiday Tracy, Spencer in Actress, The Niven, David in Moon Is Blue, The Kelly, Grace in Mogambo Sinatra, Frank in From Here To Eternity Zinnemann, Fred for From Here To Eternity Lili by Deutsch, Helen Disney, Walt Merman, Ethel in Call Me Madam Queen Is Crowned, a Ladd, Alan Monroe, Marilyn Taylor, Robert Little Boy Lost directed by Seaton, George Crowley, Pat Crowley, Pat Darvi, Bella Darvi, Bella Darvi, Bella Rush, Barbara Rush, Barbara Egan, Richard Egan, Richard Forrest, Steve Forrest, Steve O'Brian, Hugh Robe, The
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