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22nd Golden Globe Awards

22nd Golden Globe Awards

February 8, 1965

Best Film - Drama:

Best Film - Musical or Comedy:
My Fair Lady

The 22nd Golden Globe Awards, honoring the best in film for 1964 films, were held on February 8, 1965.

Winners and nominees


Best Actor - Drama

Peter O'TooleBecket

Best Actor - Musical or Comedy

Rex HarrisonMy Fair Lady

Best Actress - Drama

Anne BancroftThe Pumpkin Eater

Best Actress - Musical or Comedy

Julie AndrewsMary Poppins

Best Director

My Fair Lady

Best Film - Drama


Best Film - Musical or Comedy

My Fair Lady

Best Original Score

"The Fall of the Roman Empire" – Dimitri Tiomkin

Best Song

"Circus World" – Circus World

Best Supporting Actor

Edmond O'BrienSeven Days in May

Best Supporting Actress

Agnes MooreheadHush… Hush, Sweet Charlotte


Best TV Star - Male

Gene BarryBurke's Law

Best TV Star - Female

Mary Tyler MooreThe Dick Van Dyke Show

Best TV Show

The Rogues


  • IMdb 1965 Golden Globe Awards
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