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1970 28th Golden Globe Awards

Best Picture - Drama
Airport - Ross Hunter
Five Easy Pieces - Bob Rafelson, Richard Wechsler
I Never Sang for My Father - Gilbert Gates
Love Story - Howard Minsky
Patton - Frank McCarthy

Best Picture - Comedy or Musical
Darling Lili - Owen Camp
Diary of a Mad Housewife - Frank Perry
Lovers and Other Strangers - David Susskind
M*A*S*H - Ingo Preminger
Scrooge - Robert Solo

Best Actor - Drama
Melvyn Douglas - I Never Sang for My Father
James Earl Jones - The Great White Hope
Jack Nicholson - Five Easy Pieces
Ryan O'Neal - Love Story
George C. Scott - Patton

Best Actor - Comedy or Musical
Richard Benjamin - Diary of a Mad Housewife
Albert Finney - Scrooge
Elliott Gould - M*A*S*H
Jack Lemmon - The Out of Towners
Donald Sutherland - M*A*S*H

Best Actress - Drama
Faye Dunaway - Puzzle of a Downfall Child
Glenda Jackson - Women in Love
Ali MacGraw - Love Story
Melina Mercouri - Promise at Dawn
Sarah Miles - Ryan's Daughter

Best Actress - Comedy or Musical
Julie Andrews - Darling Lili
Sandy Dennis - The Out of Towners
Angela Lansbury - Something for Everyone
Carrie Snodgress - Diary of a Mad Housewife
Barbra Streisand - The Owl and the Pussycat

Best Supporting Actor
Chief Dan George - Little Big Man
Trevor Howard - Ryan's Daughter
George Kennedy - Airport
John Marley - Love Story
John Mills - Ryan's Daughter

Best Supporting Actress
Karen Black - Five Easy Pieces
Tina Chen - The Hawaiians
Lee Grant - The Landlord
Sally Kellerman - M*A*S*H
Maureen Stapleton - Airport

New Star of the Year - Male
Assaf Dayan - Promise at Dawn
James Earl Jones - The Great White Hope
Frank Langella - Diary of a Mad Housewife
Joe Namath - Norwood
Kenneth Nelson - The Boys in the Band

New Star of the Year - Female
Jane Alexander - The Great White Hope
Lola Falana - The Liberation of L.B. Jones
Anna Calder Marshall - Pussycat, Pussycat, I Love You
Carrie Snodgress - Diary of a Mad Housewife
Marlo Thomas - Jenny
Angel Thompkins - I Love My Wife

Best Director
Robert Altman - M*A*S*H
Arthur Hiller - Love Story
Bob Rafelson - Five Easy Pieces
Ken Russell - Women in Love
Franklin Schaffner - Patton

Best Screenplay
Five Easy Pieces - Adrien Joyce
Husbands - John Cassavetes
Love Story - Erich Segal
M*A*S*H - Ring Lardner Jr.
Scrooge - Leslie Bricusse

Best Score
Airport - Alfred Newman
Cromwell - Frank Cordell
Love Story - Francis Lai
Scrooge - Leslie Bricusse
Wuthering Heights - Michel Legrand

Best Song
"Ballad of Little Fauss" - Little Fauss and Big Halsey - Johnny Cash
"Pieces of Dreams" - Pieces of Dreams - Michel Legrand, Alan Bergman, Marilyn Bergman
"Thank You Very Much" - Scrooge - Leslie Bricusse
"Till Love Touches Your Life" - Madron - Riz Ortolani, Arthur Hamilton
"Whistling Away the Dark" - Darling Lili - Henry Mancini, Johnny Mercer

Best Foreign Language Film
Borsalino - Italy
The Confession - France
Investigation of a Citizen Above Suspicion - Italy
Rider in the Rain - France
The Traveller - France / Italy

Best English Language Foreign Film
Act of the Heart - Canada
Bloomfield - United Kingdom
The Virgin and the Gypsy - United Kingdom
The Walking Major - Japan
Women in Love - United Kingdom

Cecil B. DeMille Award
Frank Sinatra

World Female Film Favorite
Sophia Loren
Barbra Streisand

World Male Film Favorite
Clint Eastwood
Sidney Poitier