Who Won the 1966
Academy Awards Best Supporting Actor

Martin Balsam

("A Thousand Clowns")

1965 Academy Awards Best Supporting Actor Winner
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'Accidental Tourist,' '7 Days in May' given Blu-ray upgrades

Deseret News
Fredric March, Edmond O'Brien, Martin Balsam and Ava Gardner co-star. (The Blu-ray debut is available at wbshop.com.) “The Loved One” (Warner Archive, 1965, b/w, featurette, trailer). This is a very dark satire of the funeral industry, taking ...

1966 Academy Awards Best Supporting Actor Winner Martin Balsam News

Seven Days in May

DVD Talk
Lyman takes the threat seriously, and orders trusted aide Paul Girard (Martin Balsam) to question Barnswell; alcoholic Senator Clark (Edmond O'Brien) to confirm the base's existence; and for Jiggs to dig up dirt on Scott from Eleanor Holbrook (Ava ...

1966 Academy Awards Best Supporting Actor Winner Martin Balsam News

Charlie vs Steve?

Boston Herald
Many men (Edd Byrnes, Martin Balsam) are entranced by Marjorie, a Hunter College coed, but she waffles – unsure of herself, her desires, her willingness to fulfill her wealthy Jewish parents' expectations and marry a nice guy from her own social strata.

1966 Academy Awards Best Supporting Actor Winner Martin Balsam News

Film Scene: Anniversary screenings, Audrey Hepburn on the island and more

Do Savannah
... Edwards' 1961 romantic comedy “Breakfast at Tiffany's,” starring Audrey Hepburn (“Roman Holiday”), George Peppard (TV's “Banacek”), Patricia Neal (“The Day the Earth Stood Still”), Buddy Ebsen (“The Beverly Hillbillies”) and Martin Balsam (“Psycho”).

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