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Film Data For 1958


The Film Daily's Top Ten Pictures
1) The Bridge on the River Kwai (1957)- 240 votes
2) Cat on a Hot Tin Roof- 221
3) Gigi- 210
4) Auntie Mame- 200
5) The Defiant Ones- 169
6) Witness for the Prosecution (1957)- 158
7) Separate Tables- 150
8) The Long Hot Summer- 93
9) The Young Lions- 89
10) the Big Country- 84

The Honor Roll:
11) The Last Hurrah- 80 votes
12) The Brothers Karamazov- 76
13) Indiscreet- 73
14) Damn Yankees- 61
15) No Time For Sergeants- 60
16) Me and the Colonel- 58
17) Teacher's Pet- 57
18) A Farewell To Arms- 54
19) The Vikings- 50
20) Houseboat- 40
21) The Enemy Below- 38
Vertigo- 38
23) The Key- 37
24) The Goddess- 36
25) The Matchmaker- 32
26) The Reluctant Debutante- 29
27) Gervaise- 26
28) The Bolshoi Ballet- 24
29) White Wilderness- 22
30) Wild is the Wind- 18
31) The Old Man and the Sea- 16
32) I Want to Live!- 15
The Proud Rebel- 15
34) A Time to Love and a Time to Die- 12
The Golden Age of Comedy- 12
36) Some Came Running- 11
37) The Inn of the Sixth Happiness- 10

No vote counts given for the following, but I believe The Film Daily lists them in the order of preference:

Best Performances By Male Stars
1) Alec Guinness in The Bridge on the River Kwai (1957)
2) Spencer Tracy in The Last Hurrah
3) Burl Ives in Cat on a Hot Tin Roof
4) Marlon Brando in Sayonara (1957)
5) Charles Laughton in Witness for the Prosecution (1957)

Best Performances By Female Stars
1)Elizabeth Taylor in Cat on a Hot Tin Roof
2) Maria Schell in Gervaise (1956)
3) Kim Stanley in The Goddess
4) Leslie Caron in Gigi
5) Ingrid Bergman in Indiscreet

Best Male Supporting Performances
1) Red Buttons in Sayonara (1957)
2) Lee J. Cobb in The Brothers Karamazov
3) Sessue Hayakawa in The Bridge on the River Kwai (1957)
4) Vittorio de Sica in A Farewell to Arms (1957)
5) Ed Wynn in Marjorie Morningstar

Best Female Supporting Performances
1) Hope Lange in Peyton Place (1957)
2) Miyoshi Umeki in Sayonara (1957)
3) Elsa Lanchester in Witness for the Prosecution (1957)
4) Claire Trevor in Marjorie Morningstar
5) Carolyn Jones in Marjorie Morningstar

The Year's Outstanding Directors
1) David Lean for The Bridge on the River Kwai
2) Stanley Kramer for The Defiant Ones
3) William Wyler for The Big Country
4) John Ford for The Last Hurrah
5) Richard Brooks for Cat On a Hot Tin Roof

The Year's Best Photographed Pictures
1) Jack Hildyard for The Bridge on the River Kwai
2) Ellsworth Fredricks for Sayonara
3) Franz Planer for The Big Country
4) Joseph Ruttenberg for Gigi
5) Jack Cardiff for The Vikings

The Year's Best Screenplays
1) Pierre Boulle (really Michael Wilson and Carl Foreman) for The Bridge on the River Kwai
2) Nathan E. Douglas and Harold Jacob Smith for The Defiant Ones
3) John Michael Hayes for Peyton Place
4) Richard Brooks and James Poe for Cat On a Hot Tin Roof
5) Paul Osborn for Sayonara

Best Performances By Male Juveniles
1) David Ladd in The Proud Rebel
2) Jon Provost in Escapade in Japan
3) Brandon de Wilde in The Missouri Traveler
4) James MacArthur in The Light in the Forest
5) Russ Tamblym in Peyton Place

Best Performances By Female Juveniles
1) Patty McCormack in Kathy O'
2) Carol Lynley in The Light in the Forest
3) Sandra Dee in The Reluctant Debutante
4) Mimi Gibson in Houseboat
5) Evelyn Rudie in The Gift of Love

"Finds of the Year"
1) Maria Schell for Gervaise
2) Diane Varsi for Peyton Place
3) John Gavin for A Time to Love and a Time to Die
4) Gwen Verdon for Damn Yankees
5) Hope Lange for Peyton Place

The National Board of Review (Voting results announced in December, 1958)


The Top Ten Pictures (in order of preference)
1) The Old Man and the Sea
2) Separate Tables
3) The Last Hurrah
4) The Long Hot Summer
5) Windjammer
6) Cat on a Hot Tin Roof
7) The Goddess
8) The Brothers Karamazov
9) Me and the Colonel
10) Gigi

Best Director
John Ford for The Last Hurrah

Best Actor
Spencer Tracy in The Old Man and the Sea and The Last Hurrah

Best Actress
Ingrid Bergman in The Inn of the Sixth Happiness

Best Supporting Actor
Albert Salmi in The Brothers Karamazov and The Bravados

Best Supporting Actress
Kay Walsh in The Horse's Mouth

Best Foreign Film (in order of preference)
1) Pather Panchali (India)
2) The Red and the Black (France)
3) The Horse's Mouth (U.K.)
4) Mon Uncle (France)
5) A Night to Remember (U.K.)

Special Citation
Robert Donat in The Inn of the Sixth Happiness

The New York Film Critics (Winners were announced on December 30, 1958. Awards were presented on January 24, 1959)

Best Picture
The Defiant Ones- 10 votes on the third ballot
Runner up: Separate Tables- 5 votes

On the first ballot, The Defiant Ones had 5 votes, and Tables, The Horse's Mouth, The Last Hurrah, and Gigi had 2 votes. Hot Spell was also mentioned, so I'm assuming it may have gathered the remaining 2 votes on the first ballot.

Best Director
Stanley Kramer for The Defiant Ones- 10 votes on the fourth ballot
Runners up:
Delbert Mann for Separate Tables- 4 votes
Richard Brooks for Cat On a Hot Tin Roof- 1 vote

Best Actor
David Niven in Separate Tables- 8 votes on the sixth and final ballot
Runner Up: Alec Guinnes in The Horse's Mouth- 7 votes

Others receiving votes on earlier ballots: Spencer Tracy in The Old Man and the Sea and The Last Hurrah, Anthony Quinn in Hot Spell and Sidney Poitier in The Defiant Ones.

Best Actress
Susan Hayward in I Want to Live!- 10 votes on the fourth ballot
Runner up: Shirley Booth in Hot Spell and The Matchmaker- 5 votes

Others receiving votes on earlier ballots: Kim Stanley in The Goddess, Rosalind Russell in Auntie Mame, Jean Simmons in The Big Country, Elizabeth Taylor in Cat On a Hot Tin Roof and Joanne Woodward in The Long, Hot Summer.

Best Screenplay
Nathan E. Douglas and Harold Jacob Smith for The Defiant Ones- sixth ballot (no vote tally)
Runner up:
Terence Rattigan and John Gay for Separate Tables

Paddy Chayefsky for The Goddess also was mentioned on earlier ballots.

Best Foreign Film
Mon Uncle (France)- sixth ballot (no vote tally)
Runners up: He Who Must Die and Panther Panchali


The Golden Globes (Nominations were announced on January 25, 1959. Awards were presented on March 5, 1959).

Winners are listed in bold print

Best Drama
Cat on a Hot Tin Roof
The Defiant Ones
Home Before Dark
I Want to Live!
Separate Tables

Best Comedy
Auntie Mame
Bell, Book, and Candle
Indiscreet
Me and the Colonel
The Perfect Furlough

Best Musical
Damn Yankees
Gigi
South Pacific
Tom Thumb

Best Motion Picture Promoting International Understanding
The Defiant Ones
The Inn of the Sixth Happiness
Me and the Colonel
A Time to Live and a Time to Die
The Young Lions

Best Director
Richard Brooks for Cat on a Hot Tin Roof
Stanley Kramer for The Defiant Ones
Delbert Mann for Separate Tables
Vincente Minnelli for Gigi
Robert Wise for I Want to Live!

Best Actor, Drama
Tony Curtis in The Defiant Ones
Robert Donat in The Inn of the Sixth Happiness
David Niven in Separate Tables
Sidney Poitier in The Defiant Ones
Spenmcer Tracy in The Old Man and the Sea

Best Actress, Drama
Ingrid Bergman in The Inn of the Sixth Happiness
Susan Hayward in I Want to Live!
Deborah Kerr in Separate Tables
Shirley MacLaine in Some Came Running
Jean Simmons in Home Before Dark

Best Actor, Comedy or Musical
Maurice Chevalier in Gigi
Clark Gable in Teacher's Pet
Cary Grant in Indiscreet
Louis Jourdan in Gigi
Danny Kaye in Me and the Colonel

Best Actress, Comedy or Musical
Ingrid Bergman in Indiscreet
Leslie Caron in Gigi
Doris Day in The Tunnel of Love
Mitzi Gaynor in South Pacific
Rosalind Russell in Auntie Mame

Best Supporting Actor
Harry Guardino in Houseboat
Burl Ives in The Big Country
David Ladd in The Proud Rebel
Gig Young in Teacher's Pet
Efrem Zimbalist, Jr. in Home Before Dark

Best Supporting Actress
Peggy Cass in Auntie Mame
Hermione Gingold in Gigi
Wendy Hiller in Separate Tables
Maureen Stapleton in Lonelyhearts
Cara Williams in The Defiant Ones

Best Foreign Films
The Girl and the River (France)
The Girl Rosemarie (Germany)
A Night to Remember (U.K.)
The Road a Year Long (Yugoslavia)

Samuel Goldwyn International Award
Two Eyes, Twelve Hands (India)

World Film Favorites
Rock Hudson
Deborah Kerr

Most Promising Newcomer- Male
Bradford Dillmann
John Gavin
Efrem Zimbalist, Jr.
Daivid Ladd
Ricky Nelson
Ray Stricklyn

Most Promising Newcomer- Female
Linda Cristal
Susan Kohner
Tina Louise
Joanna Barnes
Carol Lynley
France Nuyen

Cecil B. DeMille Award
Maurice Chevalier

Special Achievement Award
David Ladd (Best Juvenile)

The Academy Awards (Nominations announced February 23, 1959. Awards presented on April 6, 1959)


Best Picture
Auntie Mame
Cat on a Hot Tin Roof
The Defiant Ones
Gigi
Separate Tables

Best Director
Richard Brooks for Cat on a Hot Tin Roof
Stanley Kramer for The Defiant Ones
Vincente Minnelli for Gigi
Mark Robson for The Inn of the Sixth Happiness
Robert Wise for I Want to Live!

Best Actor
Tony Curtis in The Defiant Ones
Paul Newman in Cat on a Hot Tin Roof
David Niven in Separate Tables
Sidney Poitier in The Defiant Ones
Spencer Tracy in The Old Man and the Sea

Best Actress
Susan Hayward in I Want to Live!
Deborah Kerr in Separate Tables
Shirley MacLaine in Some Came Running
Rosalind Russell in Auntie Mame
Elizabeth Taylor in Cat on a Hot Tin Roof

Best Supporting Actor
Theodore Bikel in The Defiant Ones
Lee J. Cobb in The Brothers Karamazov
Burl Ives in The Big Country
Arthur Kennedy in Some Came Running
Gig Young in Teacher's Pet

Best Supporting Actress
Peggy Cass in Auntie Mame
Wendy Hiller in Separate Tables
Martha Hyer in Some Came Running
Maureen Stapleton in Lonelyhearts
Cara Williams in The Defiant Ones

Best Adapted Screenplay
Richard Brooks and James Poe for Cat on a Hot Tin Roof
Alan Jay Lerner for Gigi
Alec Guinness for The Horse's Mouth
Nelson Gidding and Don Mankiewicz for I Want to Live!
Terence Rattigan and john Gay for Separate Tables

Best Original Screenplay
Nathan E. Douglas and Harold Jacob Smith for The Defiant Ones
Paddy Chayefsky for The Goddess
Melville Shavelson and Jack Rose for Houseboat
James Edward Grant and William Bowers for The Sheepman
Fay and Michael Kanin for Teacher's Pet

Best Cinematography- Black-and-White
Sam Leavitt for The Defiant Ones
Daniel L. Fapp for Desire Under the Elms
Lionel Lindon for I Want to Live!
Charles Lang, Jr. for Separate Tables
Joe MacDonald for The Young Lions

Best Cinematography- Color
Harry Stradling, Jr. for Auntie Mame
William Daniels for Cat on a Hot Tin Roof
Joseph Ruttenberg for Gigi
James Wong Howe for The Old Man and the Sea
Leon Shamroy for South Pacific

Art Direction-Set Direction
Malcolm Bert; James Hopkins for Auntie Mame
Cary Odell; Louis Diage for Bell, Book, and Candle
Lyle R. Wheeler and John DeCuir; Walter M. Scott and Paul S. Fox for A Certain Smile
William A. Horning and Preston Ames; Henry Grace and Keogh Gleason for Gigi
Hal Pereira and Henry Bumstead; Sam Comer and Frank McKelvy for Vertigo..

Sound
I Want to Live! Samuel Goldwyn Studios Sound Department; Gordon E. Sawyer, sound director
South Pacific Todd-AO Sound Department; Fred Hynes, sound director
A Time to Love and a Time to Die Universal-International Studio Sound Department; Leslie I. Carey, sound director
Vertigo Paramount Studio Sound Department; George Dutton, sound director.
The Young Lions 20th Century-Fox Studio Sound Department; Carl Faulkner, sound director

Best Song
"Almost in Your Arms" from Houseboat. Music and Lyrics by Jay Livingston and Ray Evans
"A Certain Smile" from A Certain Smile. Music by Sammy Fain. Lyrics by Paul Francis Webster
"Gigi" from Gigi. Music by Frederick Loewe. Lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner
"To Love and Be Loved" from Some Came Running. Music by James Van Heusen. Lyrics by Sammy Cahn
"A Very Precious Love" from Marjorie Morningstar. Music by Sammy Fain. Lyrics by Paul Francis Webster

Best Scoring of a Dramatic or Comedy Picture
The Big Country Jerome Moross
The Old Man and the Sea Dimitri Tiomkin
Separate Tables David Raksin
White Wilderness Oliver Wallace
The Young Lions Hugo Friedhofer

Best Scoring of a Musical Picture
The Bolshoi Ballet Yuri Faier and G. Rozhdestvensky
Damn Yankees Ray Heindorf
Gigi Andre Previn
Mardi Gras Lionel Newman
South Pacific Alfred Newman and Ken Darby

Best Film Editing
Auntie Mame William Ziegler
Cowboy William A. Lyon and Al Clark
The Defiant Ones Frederick Knudtson
Gigi Adrienne Fazan
I Want to Live! William Hornbeck

Best Costume Design
Bell, Book and Candle Jean Louis
The Buccaneer Ralph Jester, Edith Head and John Jensen
A Certain Smile Charles LeMaire and Mary Wills
Gigi Cecil Beaton
Some Came Running Walter Plunkett

Best Special Effects
tom thumb Tom Howard
Torpedo Run Arnold Gillespie; Harold Humbrock

Best Short Subject Cartoon
Knighty Knight Bugs John W. Burton, producer
Paul Bunyan Walt Disney, producer
Sidney's Family Tree William M. Weiss, producer

Best Live Action Short Subject
Grand Canyon Walt Disney, producer
Journey into Spring Ian Ferguson, producer
The Kiss John Patrick Hayes, producer
Snows of Aorangi George Brest, producer
T is for Tumbleweed James A. Lebenthal, producer

Best Documentary Short Subject
AMA Girls Ben Sharpsteen, producer
Employees Only Kenneth G. Brown, producer
Journey into Spring Ian Ferguson, producer
The Living Stone Tom Daly, producer
Overture Thorold Dickinson, producer

Best Documentary Feature
Antarctic Crossing James Carr, producer
The Hidden World Robert Snyder, producer
Psychiatric Nursing Nathan Zucker, producer
White Wilderness Ben Sharpsteen, producer

Best Foreign Language Film
Arms and the Man (Germany)
La Venganza (Spain)
Mon Uncle (France)
The Road a Year Long (Yugoslavia)
Big Deal on Madonna Street (a.k.a. The Usual Unidentified Thieves)

Irving G. Thalberg Memorial Award
Jack L. Warner

Honorary Award
Maurice Chevalier for his contributions to the world of entertainment for more than half a century (stauette)

The 1958 British Academy Awards (Source: Bo Smith- The BAFTA Film Awards, 1989)


Best Film From Any Source and Best British Film
Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (U.S.)
The Cranes are Flying (USSR)
The Defiant Ones (U.S.)
Ice Cold in Alex (Great Britain)
Indiscreet (G.B.)
Nights of Cabiria (Notti di Cabiria) (Italy)
No Down Payment (U.S.)
Orders to Kill (G.B.)
Room at the Top (G.B.)- won both awards
Sea of Sand (G.B.)
The Sheepman (U.S.)
The Unvanquished (Aparajito) (India)
Wild Strawberries (Sweden)
The Young Lions (U.S.)

Best British Actor
Michael Craig in Sea of Sand
Laurence Harvey in Room at the Top
Trevor Howard in The Key
I.S. Johar in Harry Black
Anthony Quayle in Ice Cold in Alex
Terry-Thomas in tom thumb
Donald Wolfit in Room at the Top

Best British Actress
Hermione Baddeley in Room at the Top
Karuna Banerji in The Unvanquished (Aparajito)
Virginia McKenna in Carve Her Name With Pride
Irene Worth in Orders to Kill

Best Foreign Actor
Marlon Brando in The Young Lions
Tony Curtis in The Defiant Ones
Glenn Ford in The Sheepman
Curt Jurgens in The Enemy Below or The Inn of the Sixth Happiness
Charles Laughton in Witness for the Prosecution
Paul Newman in Cat on a Hot Tin Roof
Sidney Poitier in The Defiant Ones
Victor Sjostrom in Wild Strawberries
Spencer Tracy in The Last Hurrah

Best Foreign Actress
Ingrid Bergman in The Inn of the Sixth Happiness
Anna Magnani in Wild is the Wind
Giulietta Masina in Nights of Cabiria (Notti di Cabiria)
Tatyana Samoilova in The Cranes are Flying
Simone Signoret in Room at the Top
Elizabeth Taylor in Cat on a Hot Tin Roof
Joanne Woodward in No Down Payment

Most Promising Newcomer
Red Buttons in Sayonara
Teresa Izewska in Kanal
Paul Massie in Orders to Kill
Mary Peach in Room at the Top
Maggie Smith in Nowhere to Go
Gwen Verdon in What Lola Wants (Damn Yankees)

Best British Screenplay
Paul Dehn for Orders to Kill

Best Documentary
The Forerunner (Australia)
Glass (Holland)
Jabulani Afrika (South Africa)
L.S. Lowry (G.B.)
Secrets of the Reef (U.S.)
Wonders of Chicago (U.S.)

Special Award
The Children's Film Foundation

Best Animated Film
The Juggler of Our Lady (U.S.)
Le Merle (Canada)
The Little Island (G.B.)

United Nations Award
The Defiants Ones (U.S.)
People Like Maria (G.B.)
The Unknown Soldier (Finland)

The Golden Laurel Awards- 1959 (Results printed in the Motion Picture Exhibitor magazine on September 23, 1959. Mainly covers 1958 films. Source: IMDB)

Top Drama
1) Imitation of Life (1959)
2) Some Came Running (1958)
3) Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (1958)
4) The Defiant Ones (1958)
5) I Want to Live! (1958)

Top Comedy
1) Houseboat (1958)
2) The Mating Game (1959)
3) The Perfect Furlough (1958)
4) Rally 'Round the Flag, Boys! (1958)
5) The Geisha Boy (1958)

Top Musical
1) Gigi (1958)
2) Damn Yankees! (1958)
3) Mardi Gras (1958)
4) tom thumb (1958)
5) Arrivederci Roma (1958)

Top Action Drama
1) The Vikings (1958)
2) Rio Bravo (1959)
3) The Big Country (1958)
4) The Hanging Tree (1959)
5) The Trap (1959)

Top General Entertainment
Auntie Mame (1958)

Sleeper of the Year
Al Capone (1959)

Top Director
1) Fred Zinnemann
2) George Sidney
3) Richard Brooks
4) Edward Dmytryk
5) Mark Robson
6) Delmer Daves
7) Michael Curtiz
8) Douglas Sirk
9) John Sturges
10) Hnery Koster

Top Producer/Director
1) Alfred Hitchcock
2) Billy Wilder
3) William Wyler
4) George Stevens
5) Stanley Kramer
6) Mervyn LeRoy
7) John Huston
8) Anatole Litvak
9) Otto Preminger
10) Leo McCarey

Top Producer
1) Buddy Adler
2) Sol C. Siegel
3) Walt Disney
4) Samuel Goldwyn
5) Arthur Freed
6) Jerry Wald
7) Sam Spiegel
8) Joe Pasternak
9) Ross Hunter
10) Henry Blanke


Top Male Dramatic Performance
1) Frank Sinatra in Some Came Running (1958)
2) David Niven in Separate Tables (1958)
3) Sidney Poitier in The Defiant Ones (1958)
4) Paul Newman in Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (1958)
5) Rod Steiger in Al Capone (1959)

Top Female Dramatic Performance
1) Elizabeth Taylor in Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (1958)
2) Susan Hayward in I Want to Live! (1958)
3) Shirley MacLaine in Some Came Running (1958)
4) Jean Simmons in Home Before Dark (1958)
5) Deborah Kerr in Separate Tables (1958)


Top Male Comedy Performance
1) Cary Grant in Houseboat (1958)
2) Tony Randall in The Mating Game (1958)
3) Alec Guinness in The Horse's Mouth (1958)
4) Ernie Kovacs in Bell, Book and Candle (1958)
5) Jacques Tati in Mon oncle (1958)

Top Female Comedy Performance
1) Rosalind Russell in Auntie Mame (1958)
2) Debbie Reynolds in The Mating Game (1958)
3) Doris Day in The Tunnel of Love (1958)
4) Joanne Woodward in Rally 'Round the Flag, Boys! (1958)
5) Kay Kendall in The Reluctant Debutante (1958)

Top Male Musical Performance
1) Pat Boone in Mardi Gras (19158)
2) Louis Jourdan in Gigi (1958)
3) Maurice Chevalier in Gigi (1958)
4) Tab Hunter in Damn Yankees! (1958)
5) Russ Tamblyn in tom thumb (1958)

Top Female Musical Performance
1) Leslie Caron in Gigi (1958)
2) Gwen Verdon in Damn Yankees! (1958)
3) Shirley Jones in Never Steal Anything Small (1959)
4) Hermione Gingold in Gigi (1958)
5) Jayne Mansfield in The Sheriff of Fractured Jaw (1958)

Top Action Performance
1) Gary Cooper in The Hanging Tree (1959)
2) Dean Martin in Rio Bravo (1959)
3) Gregory Peck in The Bravados (1958)
4) Richard Widmark in The Trap (1959)
5) Audie Murphy in Ride a Crooked Trail (1958)

Top Male Supporting Performance
1) Gig Young in The Tunnel of Love (1958)
2) Arthur Kennedy in Some Came Running (1958)
3) Karl Malden in The Hanging Tree (1959)
4) Red Buttons in The Imitation General (1958)
5) Theodore Bikel in The Defiant Ones (1958)

Top Female Supporting Performances
1) Martha Hyer in Some Came Running (1958)
2) Juanita Moore in Imitation of Life (1959)
3) Peggy Cass in Auntie Mame (1958)
4) Wendy Hiller in Separate Tables (1958)
5) Tina Louise in God's Little Acre (1958)

Top Male Star
1) Rock Hudson
2) Frank Sinatra
3) Marlon Brando
4) Cary Grant
5) William Holden
6) James Stewart
7) Gary Cooper
8) John Wayne
9) Glenn Ford
10) Jerry Lewis
11) Pat Boone
12) Bing Crosby
13) Bob Hope
14) Dean Martin
15) Jeff Chandler

Top Female Star
1) Doris Day
2) Elizabeth Taylor
3) Susan Hayward
4) Debbie Reynolds
5) Ingrid Bergman
6) Marilyn Monroe
7) Natalie Wood
8) Shirley MacLaine
9) Lana Turner
10) Jean Simmons
11) Deborah Kerr
12) Kin Novak
13) Dorothy McGuire
14) Dorothy Malone
15) Eleanor Parker

Top New Male Personality
1) John Gavin
2) Bradford Dillman
3) Sidney Poitier
4) Rickey Nelson
5) Stuart Whitman
6) Kerwin Matthews
7) Gary Crosby
8) Ray Walston
9) James Darren
10) Dean Jones

Top New Female Personality
1) Sandra Dee
2) Susan Kohner
3) Cara Williams
4) Gwen Verdon
5) Angie Dickinson
6) Peggy Cass
7) Fay Spain
8) Linda Cristal
9) Frances Nuyen
10) Jill Corey

Top Score
1) Elmer Bernstein for Some Came Running (1958)
2) Dimitri Tiomkin for The Old Man and the Sea (1958)
3) Johnny Mandel for I Want to Live! (1958)
4) Jerome Moross for The Big Country (1958)
5) Ernest Gold for The Defiant Ones (1958)

Top Song
1) Sammy Fain and Paul Franics Webster for "A Very Special Love" from Majorie Morningstar (1958)
2) Alan Jay Lerner and Frederick Loewe for "Gigi" from Gigi (1958)
3) Sammy Cain and Jimmy Van Heusen for "To Love and Be Loved" from Some Came Running (1958)
4) Mack David and Jerry Livingston for "The Hanging Tree" from The Hanging Tree (1959)
5) Sammy Fain and Paul Francis Webster for "A Certain Smile" from A Certain Smile (1958)

Top Cinematography- Black and White
1) Sam Leavitt for The Defiant Ones (1958)
2) Lionel Linden for I Want to Live! (1958)
3) Russell Harlan for Run Silent, Run Deep (1958)
4) Geoffrey Unsworth for A Night to Remember (1958)
5) Daniel L. Fapp for Desire Under the Elms (1958)

Top Cinematography- Color
1) James Wong Howe for The Old Man and the Sea (1958)
2) Joseph Ruttenberg for Gigi (1958)
3) Harry Stradling Sr. for Auntie Mame (1958)
4) John Alton for The Brothers Karamazov (1958)
5) Russell Metty for Imitation of Life (1959)

The Top Ten Box-Office Stars of 1958 (According to Quigley Publishing's poll of film exhibitors)
1) Glenn Ford
2) Elizabeth Taylor
3) Jerry Lewis
4) Marlon Brando
5) Rock Hudson
6) William Holden
7) Brigitte Bardot
8) Yul Brynner
9) James Stewart
10) Frank Sinatra

The Next Fifteen:
11) Pat Boone
12) Cary Grant
13) Elvis Presley
14) John Wayne
15) Doris Day
16) Kim Novak
17) Ingrid Bergman
18) Gary Cooper
19) Kirk Douglas
20) Burt Lancaster
21) Joanne Woodward
22) Gregory Peck
23) Paul Newman
24) Debbie Reynolds
25) Deborah Kerr

Britain's Top Ten British Box-Office Stars of 1958 (according to the Motion Picture Herald's poll of Britain's film exhibitors)
1) Alec Guinness
2) Dirk Bogarde
3) Kenneth More
4) Ian Carmichael
5) Virginia McKenna
6) John Mills
7) Norman Wisdom
8) John Gregson
9) Jack Hawkins
10) Stanley Baker

Britain's Top Ten International Box-Office Stars of 1958 (according to the Motion Picture Herald's poll of Britain's film exhibitors)
1) Alec Guinness
2) Dirk Bogarde
3) Kenneth More
4) Kirk Douglas
5) Frank Sinatra
6) William Holden
7) Glenn Ford
8) Ian Carmichael
9) Virginia McKenna
10) Elvis Presley

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