Who Won the 1968
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Anne Bancroft

("The Graduate")

1967 Golden Globes Movie Actress Comedy Winner
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Commentary: 50 years later, 'The Graduate' is a study in the power of obsession

South Bend Tribune
The result was a major box office success, nominated for seven Oscars including best picture and acting nods for stars Anne Bancroft, Dustin Hoffman and Katharine Ross, plus an Oscar victory for Nichols. Its effects on American culture are considered ...



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Ryan Murphy Absolutely Loved Olivia de Havilland's Delightfully Shady Email About Feud

PEOPLE.com
... including the infamous story behind the 1963 Oscars ceremony — in which non-nominee Crawford convinced eventual winner Anne Bancroft to allow her to accept the award on her behalf, leaving Crawford's Whatever Happened to Baby Jane co-star Davis ...



1968 Golden Globes Movie Actress Comedy Winner Anne Bancroft News

'The Graduate' at 50: See it again with older eyes; you may find your original ideas to be half-baked

Omaha World-Herald
Doris Day, Patricia Neal, Ava Gardner, Deborah Kerr, Ingrid Bergman, Eva Marie Saint, Shelley Winters, Geraldine Page, Lana Turner and even French actress Jeanne Moreau. But Bancroft, who had recently won an Oscar for her role in “The Miracle Worker,” ...



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At 50, 'The Graduate' remains the best-directed comedy ever made

WTOP
It's the perfect time to rediscover cinema's most bizarre love triangle, as college graduate Benjamin Braddock (Dustin Hoffman) is seduced by older family friend Mrs. Robinson (Anne Bancroft), only to escape her clutches and pursue a relationship with ...

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