|1975||British Academy of Film and Television Arts||Best Supporting Actor||The Towering Inferno||Won|
|1974||Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences||Best Supporting Actor||The Towering Inferno||Nominated|
|1974||Hollywood Foreign Press Association||Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role in a Motion Picture||The Towering Inferno||Won|
|1968||Hollywood Foreign Press Association||Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture - Musical or Comedy||Finian's Rainbow||Nominated|
|1961||Hollywood Foreign Press Association||Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture - Musical or Comedy||The Pleasure of His Company||Nominated|
by Gary Susman
"Funny Face" shouldn't have worked. It was a musical with a borrowed score, based on a stage play its author had failed to sell, with a leading man past his prime and a leading lady, 30 years younger, who had a thin singing...
by Jessica Barnes
I have been accused of having a short memory when it comes to the movies, and that my appreciation for the songs, and scenes 'we' love have occasionally been a little narrow in scope. But today I'm going to remedy that...
by Jeffrey M. Anderson
Chemistry. It's a word tossed around in plenty of movie reviews, generally to diagnose whether two actors have it or not. Chemistry can be in the eye of the beholder: some critics may disagree, but if the chemistry is really...
by Kim Voynar
One of the most iconic actresses to grace the big screen, Audrey Hepburn, stars opposite Fred Astaire in Funny Face, a light-heartened romp about an oh-so-intellectual bookworm who unwittingly becomes the muse for a French...