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1950 8th Golden Globe Awards

Best Picture
All About Eve - Darryl F. Zanuck
Born Yesterday - S. Sylvan Simon
Cyrano de Bergerac - Stanley Kramer
Harvey - John Beck
Sunset Boulevard - Charles Brackett

Best Actor - Drama
Louis Calhern - The Magnificent Yankee
Jose Ferrer - Cyrano de Bergerac
James Stewart - Harvey

Best Actress - Drama
Bette Davis - All About Eve
Judy Holliday - Born Yesterday
Gloria Swanson - Sunset Boulevard

Best Actor - Comedy or Musical
Fred Astaire - Three Little Words
Dan Dailey - When Willie Comes Marching Home
Harold Lloyd - Mad Wednesday

Best Actress - Comedy or Musical
Spring Byington - Louisa
Judy Holliday - Born Yesterday
Betty Hutton - Annie Get Your Gun

Best Supporting Actor
Edmund Gwenn - Mister 880
George Sanders - All About Eve
Erich von Stroheim - Sunset Boulevard

Best Supporting Actress
Judy Holliday - Adam's Rib
Josephine Hull - Harvey
Thelma Ritter - All About Eve

Best Director
George Cukor - Born Yesterday
John Huston - The Asphalt Jungle
Joseph Mankiewicz - All About Eve
Billy Wilder - Sunset Boulevard

Best Screenplay
All About Eve - Joseph Mankiewicz
The Asphalt Jungle - John Huston, Ben Maddow
Sunset Boulevard - Charles Brackett, D.M. Marshman, Billy Wilder

Best Score
Destination Moon - Leith Stevens
A Life of Her Own - Bronsilau Kaper
Sunset Boulevard - Franz Waxman

Best Black and White Cinematography
The Asphalt Jungle - Harold Rosson
Cyrano de Bergerac - Frank Planer
Sunset Boulevard - John Seitz

Best Color Cinematography
Broken Arrow - Ernest Palmer
King Solomon's Mines - Robert Surtees
Samson and Delilah - George Barnes

Most Promising Newcomer
Gene Nelson - Tea for Two
Mala Powers - Cyrano de Bergerac
Debbie Reynolds - Three Little Words

Best Film Promoting International Understanding
The Big Lift
Broken Arrow
The Next Voice You Hear

World Female Film Favorite
Jane Wyman

World Male Film Favorite
Gregory Peck