Mar. 6, 1963 - Golden Globes were handed out by the dozens by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association Tuesday night, and those who didn’t receive any were consoled with Silver Globes. Rock Hudson and Doris Day were honored with awards as “World Film Favorites.” Regarded as “future stars” were Patty Duke, Sue Lyon (right), Rita Tushingham, Keir Dullea, Omar Sharif, and Terence Stamp. Best pictures: “That Touch of Mink” (comedy), “The Music Man” (musical), “Lawrence of Arabia” (drama). Best actors: Marcello Mastroianni, “Divorce — Italian Style” (musical or comedy); Gregory Peck “To Kill a Mockingbird” (drama). Actresses: Rosalind Russell, “Gypsy”; Geraldine Page, “Sweet Bird of Youth.” Supporting: Sharif, “Lawrence of Arabia”; Angela Lansbury, “The Manchurian Candidate.” Seven television awards were also presented in various classifications to “The Dick Powell Show,” “The Defenders,” “Mister Ed,” Rod Serling, Donna Reed, and Richard Chamberlain (left).
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