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Which film got maximum 11 Oscars in 1997?

Which film got maximum 11 Oscars in 1997?

With eleven awards, Titanic tied with Ben-Hur for the most Academy Awards in Oscar history. It also became the first film to win Best Picture without a screenwriting nomination since 1965’s The Sound of Music.

What movies were nominated for Best Picture in 1977?

Best Picture

  • Rocky. Irwin Winkler and Robert Chartoff, Producers.
  • All the President’s Men. Walter Coblenz, Producer.
  • Bound for Glory. Robert F. Blumofe and Harold Leventhal, Producers.
  • Network. Howard Gottfried, Producer.
  • Taxi Driver. Michael Phillips and Julia Phillips, Producers.

Did Val Kilmer win any awards for Tombstone?

Sadly, even though Val Kilmer’s performance in Tombstone was magnificent, the actor was completely shunned the year of the 66th Academy Awards, only being nominated for an MTV movie award – which he didn’t even win.

Who was nominated for both Best Actor and Best Screenplay in 1977?

Allen became the first director to win an Academy Award for a film he starred in. Allen also became the fourth person in Oscar history to be nominated in a single year as both an actor and screenwriter. Others were Charlie Chaplin -1940, Orson Welles -1941, and Sylvester Stallone -1976.

What movies were nominated for Best Picture 1976?

Best Picture

  • One Flew over the Cuckoo’s Nest. Saul Zaentz and Michael Douglas, Producers.
  • Barry Lyndon. Stanley Kubrick, Producer.
  • Dog Day Afternoon. Martin Bregman and Martin Elfand, Producers.
  • Jaws. Richard D. Zanuck and David Brown, Producers.
  • Nashville. Robert Altman, Producer.

Who beat Val Kilmer best supporting actor in Tombstone?

1. Val Kilmer not being nominated for Best Supporting Actor in Tombstone in 1993. Tommy Lee Jones was the deserved winner for The Fugitive that year.

Who was the first actor to played Wyatt Earp?

Wild Bill Hickok (1923) It was the first movie to depict Wyatt Earp and the only movie that included his character before he died in 1929. Hart played “Wild Bill” and Bert Lindley played Earp. The role of Earp’s character in the movie was very small.