Who Won the 1965
Academy Awards Best Director

George Cukor

("My Fair Lady")

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VIDEO: Strike the Band Up! It's Today- Happy Birthday, Angela Lansbury!

Broadway World
Instead, it was seventeen-year-old Angela who landed a seven-year contract at MGM after director George Cukor cast her as Nancy, the menacing maid, in "Gaslight." Her cunning performance won her a 1944 Academy Award nomination for Best Supporting ...

1965 Academy Awards Best Director Winner George Cukor News

Out on the Town: DC arts & entertainment highlights, October 12-18

Metro Weekly
Inspired in part by Feud, Ryan Murphy's series on FX, “Davis & Crawford, A Fabulous Rivalry” offers two films starring Bette Davis and Joan Crawford apiece — one well-known, and one off-the-wall. The next film in the series is George Cukor's 1941 ...

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Bradford Widescreen Weekend: How rags-to-riches musical My Fair Lady finally won Jack his Oscar

Yorkshire Post
Taking to the stage, he thanked the academy, playwright George Bernard Shaw, director George Cukor and lyricist/librettist duo Alan Jay Lerner and Frederick Loewe. Then he added: “It's something we will always be proud of and I speak for those on the ...

1965 Academy Awards Best Director Winner George Cukor News

Lauren Ambrose, Harry Hadden-Paton to Lead 'My Fair Lady' Broadway Revival

Hollywood Reporter
Julie Andrews and Rex Harrison originated the lead roles of Eliza and Professor Higgins onstage, with Harrison reprising his part opposite Audrey Hepburn in George Cukor's celebrated 1964 screen version, which won eight Oscars, including best picture.

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