19th Golden Globe Awards

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19th Golden Globe Awards

March 5, 1962


Film - Drama:
The Guns of Navarone


Film - Comedy:
A Majority of One


Film - Musical:
West Side Story

The 19th Golden Globe Awards, honoring the best in film for 1961 films, were held on March 5, 1962.

Winners and nominees[edit]

Film[edit]

Best Actor - Drama[edit]

Maximilian SchellJudgement at Nuremberg

Best Actor - Musical or Comedy[edit]

Glenn FordPocketful of Miracles

Best Actress - Drama[edit]

Geraldine PageSummer and Smoke

Best Actress - Musical or Comedy[edit]

Rosalind RussellA Majority of One

Best Director[edit]

Stanley KramerJudgment at Nuremberg

Best Film - Drama[edit]

The Guns of Navarone

Best Film - Comedy[edit]

A Majority of One

Best Film - Musical[edit]

West Side Story

Best Foreign Language Film[edit]

Two Women (La ciociara)Italy

Silver Globe[edit]

The Good Soldier Schweik (Der Brave Soldat Schwejk) (West Germany)
The Important Man (Ánimas Trujano: El hombre importante) (Mexico)

Best Music, Original Score[edit]

"The Guns of Navarone" – Dimitri Tiomkin

Best Song[edit]

"Town Without Pity" - Town Without Pity (Dimitri Tiomkin - music, Ned Washington - lyrics)

Best Film Promoting International Understanding[edit]

A Majority of One

Best Supporting Actor[edit]

George ChakirisWest Side Story

Best Supporting Actress[edit]

Rita MorenoWest Side Story

Most Promising Newcomer - Male[edit]

Warren Beatty
Richard Beymer
Bobby Darin

Most Promising Newcomer - Female[edit]

Ann-Margret
Jane Fonda
Christine Kaufmann

Henrietta Award (World Film Favorite)[edit]

Charlton Heston
Marilyn Monroe

Television[edit]

Only winners announced

Best TV Star - Male[edit]

Bob Newhart
John Daly

Best TV Star - Female[edit]

Pauline Frederick

Best TV Show[edit]

What's My Line?
My Three Sons

Special Journalistic Merit Award[edit]

Army Archerd (Daily Variety)
Mike Connolly (The Hollywood Reporter)

Special Merit Award[edit]

Samuel Bronston - El Cid

Samuel Goldwyn Award[edit]

Cecil B. DeMille Award[edit]

Judy Garland

Award breakdown[edit]

Film[edit]

Winners

3 / 3 A Majority of One: Best Actress-Musical or Comedy, Film-Comedy & Film Promoting International Understanding
3 / 5 West Side Story: Best Film-Musical & Supporting Actor and Actress
2 / 3 The Guns of Navarone: Best Film-Drama & Original Score
1 / 3 Summer and Smoke: Best Actress-Drama

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