1964 Academy Awards: Prize Summary

Another year done, and here are the results for any numbers geeks among you:

My Winners From Official Nominations:

Dr. Strangelove: 4

Mary Poppins: 3

Night Of The Iguana: 2

A Hard Day’s Night: 2

Goldfinger: 1

Cheyenne Autumn: 1

The Woman In The Dunes: 1

The 7 Faces Of Dr. Lao: 1

Hush Hush Sweet Charlotte: 1

Seance On A Wet Afternoon: 1

Topkapi: 1

Peter Sellers: 1

Agnes Moorehead: 1

Kim Stanley: 1

Peter Ustinov: 1

Stanley Kubrick: 1

My Own Nominations:

A Fistful Of Dollars: 11

Goldfinger: 11

Zulu: 10

Dr. Strangelove: 8

The Fall Of The Roman Empire: 7

My Fair Lady: 6

Onibaba: 6

Mary Poppins: 6

Band Of Outsiders: 4

A Hard Day’s Night: 4

Seance On A Wet Afternoon: 3

633 Squadron: 3

The Outrage: 2

Red Desert: 2

The 7 Faces Of Dr Lao: 2

Marriage, Italian Style: 2

Viva Las Vegas: 2

Kwaidan: 1

The Unsinkable Molly Brown: 1

The Umbrellas Of Cherbourg: 1

The Flesh Eaters: 1

The Masque Of The Red Death: 1

The Woman In The Dunes: 1

Before The Revolution: 1

The Killers: 1

The Pink Panther: 1

Mothra Vs Godzilla: 1

Fail-safe: 1

Hey There, It’s Yogi Bear: 1

Hush Hush Sweet Charlotte: 1

Night Of The Iguana: 1

The Pumpkin Eater: 1

Marnie: 1

Peter Sellers: 1

Clint Eastwood: 1

Lee Marvin: 1

Sean Connery: 1

Agnes Moorehead: 1

Jitsuko Yoshimura: 1

Deborah Kerr: 1

Audrey Hepburn: 1

Julie Andrews: 1

Anne Bancroft: 1

Kim Stanley: 1

Sophia Loren: 1

Honor Blackman: 1

Nobuko Otowa: 1

Tippi Hedren: 1

Geroge C Scott: 1

James Booth: 1

Michael Caine: 1

Gian Maria Volonte: 1

Stanley Kubrick: 1

Sergio Leone: 1

Guy Hamilton: 1

Jean Luc Godard: 1

Cy Endfield: 1

Bryan Forbes:1

My Own Winners:

Dr. Strangelove: 4

A Fistfull Of Dollars: 3

A Hard Day’s Night: 3

The 7 Faces Of Dr Lao: 2

The Fall Of The Roman Empire: 2

Goldfinger: 1

Red Desert: 1

633 Squadron: 1

Hey There, It’s Yogi Bear: 1

Hush Hush Sweet Charlotte: 1

My Fair Lady: 1

Peter Sellers: 1

Agnes Moorehead: 1

Audrey Hepburn: 1

George C Scott: 1

Stanley Kubrick: 1

So, Doctor Strangelove and A Fistfull Of Dollars were the big hitters this year, two classic movies and two worthy winners.

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