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The Academy Awards: The 33rd Annual Academy Awards

Some of the winners of the 33rd Annual Academy Awards are as follows: United Artists' film The Apartment won the Oscar for Best Motion Picture, Burt Lancaster won Best Actor for his role in Elmer Gantry, Elizabeth Taylor won Best Actress for Butterfield 8, Sir Peter Ustinov won the Oscar for Best Actor in a Supporting Role for Spartacus, Shirley Jones won Best Actress in a Supporting Role for her role in Elmer Gantry, while Billy Wilder won Best Director for The Apartment.
Special Honorary Awards went to Gary Cooper for his many memorable screen performances and the international recognition he, as an individual, has gained for the motion picture industry, and to Stan Laurel for his creative pioneering in the field of cinema comedy.

From the Santa Monica Civic Auditorium in Santa Monica, California.


Episode Info


Episode number: 9x1
Airdate: Monday April 17th, 1961

Director: Richard Dunlap


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Guest Stars
Billy Wilder
As Winner: Best Picture / Best Director / Best Original Screenplay (for 'The Apartment')
Recurring
Burt Lancaster
As Winner: Best Actor (for 'Elmer Gantry')
Recurring
Elizabeth Taylor
As Winner: Best Actress (for 'Butterfield 8')
Recurring
Peter Ustinov
As Winner: Best Supporting Actor (for 'Spartacus')
Recurring
Shirley Jones
As Winner: Best Supporting Actress (for 'Elmer Gantry')
Recurring
Gary Cooper
As Winner: Academy Honorary Award
Recurring
I.A.L. Diamond
As Winner: Best Original Screenplay (for 'The Apartment')
Richard Brooks (3)
As Winner: Best Adapted Screenplay (for 'Elmer Gantry')
Stan Laurel
As Winner: Academy Honorary Award
Hayley Mills
As Winner: Academy Juvenile Award
Ernest Gold
As Winner: Best Dramatic or Comedy Score (for 'Exodus')
Harry Sukman
As Winner: Best Musical Score (for 'Song Without End')

Musical Guests
Jane Morgan
As Herself ("The Second Time Around")
Recurring
Connie Francis
As Herself ("Never on Sunday")
Sarah Vaughan
As Herself ("The Faraway Part of Town")
The Brothers Four
As Themselves ("The Green Leaves of Summer")

Featuring
Audrey Hepburn
As Presenter
Recurring
Barbara Rush
As Presenter
Recurring
Bob Hope
As Presenter
Recurring
Bobby Darin
As Presenter
Recurring
Cyd Charisse
As Presenter
Recurring
Danny Kaye
As Presenter
Recurring
Eric Johnston
As Presenter
Recurring
Eva Marie Saint
As Presenter
Recurring
Greer Garson
As Presenter
Recurring
Hugh Griffith
As Presenter
Recurring
Janet Leigh
As Presenter
Recurring
Richard Widmark
As Presenter
Recurring
Robert Stack
As Presenter
Recurring
Sandra Dee
As Presenter
Recurring
Shirley Temple
As Presenter
Recurring
Tony Curtis
As Presenter
Recurring
Tony Martin
As Presenter
Recurring
Tony Randall
As Presenter
Recurring
Wendell Corey
As Presenter
Recurring
William Wyler
As Presenter
Recurring
Yul Brynner
As Presenter
Recurring
Adolph Green
As Presenter
Betty Comden
As Presenter
Gina Lollobrigida
As Presenter
Jayne Meadows
As Presenter
Jim Hutton
As Presenter
Kitty Carlisle
As Presenter
Moss Hart
As Presenter
Paula Prentiss
As Presenter
Polly Bergen
As Presenter
Steve Allen
As Presenter
Susan Strasberg
As Presenter
Tina Louise
As Presenter

Uncredited
James Stewart
As Himself (accepting Honorary Award for Gary Cooper)
Recurring
Annette Funicello
As Herself (accepting Juvenile Award for Hayley Mills)
Main Cast
Bob Hope
As Himself
Warning: The Academy Awards season 9 episode 1 guide may contain spoilers
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