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20th Golden Globe Awards

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20th Golden Globe Awards

The 20th Golden Globe Awards, honoring the best in film for 1962 films, were held on March 5, 1963.



Best Actor - Drama

Gregory Peck - To Kill a Mockingbird

Best Actor - Musical or Comedy

Marcello Mastroianni - Divorce, Italian Style (Divorzio all'italiana)

Best Actress - Drama

Geraldine Page - Sweet Bird of Youth

Best Actress - Musical or Comedy

Rosalind Russell - Gypsy

Best Director

David Lean - Lawrence of Arabia

Best Film - Comedy

That Touch of Mink

Best Film - Drama

Lawrence of Arabia

Best Film - Musical

The Music Man

Best Film Promoting International Understanding

To Kill a Mockingbird

Best Original Score

To Kill a Mockingbird - Elmer Bernstein

Best Cinematography (Black & White)

The Longest Day - Henri Persin, Walter Wottitz, Jean Bourgoin

Best Cinematography (Colour)

Lawrence of Arabia - Freddie Young

Best Supporting Actor

Omar Sharif - Lawrence of Arabia

Best Supporting Actress

Angela Lansbury - The Manchurian Candidate


Only winners announced

Best TV Show - Comedy

Mister Ed

Best TV Program

The Dick Powell Show

Best TV Producer/Director

Rod Serling - The Twilight Zone

Best TV Star - Male

Richard Chamberlain - Dr. Kildare

Best TV Star - Female

Donna Reed - The Donna Reed Show

Other Awards

Best International News Coverage


Most Promising Newcomer - Male

Keir Dullea
Peter O'Toole
Omar Sharif
Terence Stamp

Most Promising Newcomer - Female

Patty Duke
Sue Lyon
Rita Tushingham

Cecil B. DeMille Award

Bob Hope


  • IMdb 1963 Golden Globe Awards
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