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27th Golden Globe Awards

 

27th Golden Globe Awards

The 27th Golden Globe Awards, honoring the best in film and television for 1969 films, were held on February 2, 1970.

Contents

  • Winners and nominees 1
    • Film 1.1
      • Best Actor - Drama 1.1.1
      • Best Actor - Musical or Comedy 1.1.2
      • Best Actress - Drama 1.1.3
      • Best Actress - Musical or Comedy 1.1.4
      • Best Director 1.1.5
      • Best Film - Drama 1.1.6
      • Best Film - Musical or Comedy 1.1.7
      • Best Screenplay 1.1.8
      • Best Supporting Actor 1.1.9
      • Best Supporting Actress 1.1.10
      • Other: Cecil B. Demille Award 1.1.11
    • Television 1.2
      • Best Actor - Drama Series 1.2.1
      • Best Actor - Musical or Comedy Series 1.2.2
      • Best Actress - Drama Series 1.2.3
      • Best Actress - Musical or Comedy Series 1.2.4
  • References 2

Winners and nominees

Film

Best Actor - Drama

John Wayne - True Grit

Best Actor - Musical or Comedy

Peter O'Toole - Goodbye, Mr. Chips

Best Actress - Drama

Geneviève Bujold - Anne of the Thousand Days

Best Actress - Musical or Comedy

Patty Duke - Me, Natalie

Best Director

Charles Jarrott - Anne of the Thousand Days

Best Film - Drama

Anne of the Thousand Days

Best Film - Musical or Comedy

The Secret of Santa Vittoria

Best Screenplay

Anne of the Thousand Days - Bridget Boland, John Hale and Richard Sokolove

Best Supporting Actor

Gig Young - They Shoot Horses, Don't They?

Best Supporting Actress

Goldie Hawn - Cactus Flower

Other: Cecil B. Demille Award

Joan Crawford

Television

Best Actor - Drama Series

Mike ConnorsMannix

Best Actor - Musical or Comedy Series

Dan DaileyThe Governor & J.J.

Best Actress - Drama Series

Linda CristalThe High Chaparral

Best Actress - Musical or Comedy Series

Carol BurnettThe Carol Burnett Show
Julie SommarsThe Governor & J.J.

References

  • IMdb 1971 Golden Globe Awards
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