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25th Golden Globe Awards

The 25th Golden Globe Awards, honoring the best achievements in 1967, were held on 12 February 1968.

25th Golden Globe Awards

February 12, 1968


Film - Drama:
In The Heat of the Night


Film - Musical or Comedy:
The Graduate


TV Show:
Mission: Impossible

Winners and nominees

Film

Best Actor - Drama

Rod Steiger - In the Heat of the Night

Best Actor - Musical or Comedy

Richard Harris - Camelot

Best Actress - Drama

Edith Evans - The Whisperers

Best Actress - Musical or Comedy

Anne Bancroft - The Graduate

Best Director

Mike Nichols - The Graduate

Best Film - Drama

In the Heat of the Night

Best Film - Musical or Comedy

The Graduate

Best Foreign Film (English language)

The FoxCanada

Best Foreign Film (Foreign language)

Live for Life (Vivre pour vivre)France

Best Screenplay

In the Heat of the Night - Stirling Silliphant

Best Score

"Camelot" - Frederick Loewe

Best Song

"If Ever I Would Leave You" - Camelot

Best Supporting Actor

Richard Attenborough - Doctor Dolittle

Best Supporting Actress

Carol Channing - Thoroughly Modern Millie

New Star of the Year (Male)

Dustin Hoffman - The Graduate

New Star of the Year (Female)

Katharine Ross - The Graduate

World Film Favorite (Male)

Paul Newman

World Film Favorite (Female)

Julie Andrews

Television

Best TV Star - Male

Martin LandauMission: Impossible

Best TV Star - Female

Carol BurnettThe Carol Burnett Show

Best TV Show

Mission: Impossible

References

  • IMdb 1968 Golden Globe Awards
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