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29th Golden Globe Awards

The 29th Golden Globe Awards, honoring the best in film and television for 1971 films, were held on February 6, 1972.

Winners and nominees

Film

Best Actor - Drama

Gene HackmanThe French Connection

Best Actor - Musical or Comedy

TopolFiddler on the Roof

Best Actress - Drama

Jane FondaKlute

Best Actress - Musical or Comedy

TwiggyThe Boy Friend

Best Director

William FriedkinThe French Connection

Best Film - Drama

The French Connection

Best Film - Musical or Comedy

Fiddler on the Roof

Best Foreign Film (English language)

Sunday Bloody SundayUK

Best Foreign Film (Foreign language)

The Policeman (HaShoter Azulai)Israel

Best Original Score

"Shaft" – Isaac Hayes

Best Original Song

"Life Is What You Make It" – Kotch

Best Screenplay

The HospitalPaddy Chayefsky

Best Supporting Actor

Ben JohnsonThe Last Picture Show

Best Supporting Actress

Ann-MargretCarnal Knowledge

Television

Best Actor - Drama Series

Robert YoungMarcus Welby, M.D.

Best Actor - Musical or Comedy Series

Carroll O'Connor - All in the Family

Best Actress - Drama Series

Patricia NealThe Homecoming: A Christmas Story

Best Actress - Musical or Comedy Series

Carol BurnettThe Carol Burnett Show

Best Series - Drama

Mannix

Best Series - Musical or Comedy

All in the Family

Best Supporting Actor

Edward AsnerThe Mary Tyler Moore Show

Best Supporting Actress

Sue Ane LangdonArnie

Best Television Film

The Snow Goose

References

  • IMdb 1972 Golden Globe Awards
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