Democrat and Chronicle from Rochester, New York on February 7, 1965 · Page 150
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Democrat and Chronicle from Rochester, New York · Page 150

Rochester, New York
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Sunday, February 7, 1965
Page 150
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Page 18 Spotlight on Andy Williams, Gila Golan and . . . Golden Globe Awards on TV An impressive array of international motion picture stars will be seen on television this Monday (Channels O (2j 3J at 9 p.m.) when Andy Williams, in a departure from his normal format, hosts the 22nd annual Golden Globe Awards ceremony, live from the Cocoanut Grove, Los Angeles. Golden Globe Awards are voted annually by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association for excellence in motion picture making. This will mark the first time in the 23-year history of the association, however, that the event has been nationally telecast. In previous years it was filmed and syndicated to a number of cities. On hand with Andy will be pretty Gila Golan, Miss Golden Globe of 1965. Now under contract to Columbia Pictures, Gila was Miss Israel of -1961. Among this year's nominees for Golden Globes are Richard Burton, Rex Harrison, Peter Sellers, Audrey Hepburn, Julie Andrews, Sophia Loren, Melina Mercouri, Dick Van Dyke, Peter Ustinov, Marcello Mastro-ianni, Frederic March, Anthony Quinn, Peter O'Toole. Anne Bancroft, Tony Franciosa, Ava Gardner, Rita Hay- worth, Geraldine Page and Jean Seberg. During Andy's "informal spot" he will sing the five "best song" nominees, "Dear Heart," "Circus World." "From Russia With Love," "Sunday in New York" and "Where Love Has Gone." A portion of the V ' j V v t i .t ' . - j " Uy ,s f .. I f Gila Golan, Andy Williams: They'll help present honors show will be devoted to coverage of the stars in the audience, and top stars will present the awards. Categories in which awards will be given in-, elude, Best Picture Drama, Best Picture- Musical or Comedy, Best Actor in a Dramatic Role, Best Actress in a Dramatic Role, Best Actor Musical or Comedy, Best Actress Musical or Comedy, Best Director for 1964, Best Supporting Actor, Best Supporting Actress, Best Song, Best Foreign Film, Cecil B. DeMille Award, World Film Favorites-Male and Female, Best Actor Television, and Best Actress Television.

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