|1962||Hollywood Foreign Press Association||Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture - Musical or Comedy||The Pigeon That Took Rome||Nominated|
|1959||Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences||Best Actor||Ben Hur||Won|
|1959||Hollywood Foreign Press Association||Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture - Drama||Ben Hur||Nominated|
|1956||Hollywood Foreign Press Association||Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture - Drama||The Ten Commandments||Nominated|
by Jason Apuzzo
Memorial Day weekend is approaching, a time when Americans traditionally focus their attention on corn dogs, guacamole burgers and LeBron's fading playoff hopes -- but it's also a time when we remember the men and women who've...
by Peter Martin
Is it possible to remake the Bible? Cecil B. DeMille fashioned his own version of 'The Ten Commandments' in 1956, featuring Charlton Heston as Moses, rejecting the advances of a princess and parting the Red Sea. Heston wasn't the...
by Alison Nastasi
To celebrate Earth Day, we'll be running some environmentally-themed pieces. I got excited when the topic came up because it meant I could talk about one of my favorite sci-fi flicks, 1972's Soylent Green. I think it's safe to...
by Jeffrey M. Anderson
This is what cameos are all about. Sometimes an actor performs a cameo in heavy disguise, and it's up to the viewer to "find" him or her. But the best cameos are the ones that take into account the personality of the...
by Jessica Barnes
I like to pride myself on having a pretty good memory for classic films, but man, my powers of recollection are nothing up against a dedicated film fan by the name of whoiseyevan. A couple of weeks ago I brought you his reworked...