|1967||Directors Guild of America||Best Director||The Dirty Dozen||Nominated|
|1962||Directors Guild of America||Best Director||What Ever Happened To Baby Jane?||Nominated|
|1956||Berlin International Film Festival||Silver Bear for Best Director||Autumn Leaves||Won|
|1955||Venice International Film Festival||Silver Lion||The Big Knife||Won|
by Gary Susman
When New York Times critic Bosley Crowther reviewed "The Dirty Dozen" upon its release (45 years ago this week, on June 15, 1967), he blasted the World War II action drama for its characters' "hot, sadistic zeal," its...