The Oscar Trailer

The Oscar Trailer (1966)

"The breath-taking race for Hollywood's highest award!" 04 March 1966 Drama 119 mins

Snotty Hollywood actor becomes even more full of himself after he's nominated for Best actor at the Academy Awards.

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Stephen Boyd

as Frank Fane

Elke Sommer

as Kay Bergdahl

Milton Berle

as Kappy Kapstetter

Eleanor Parker

as Sophie Cantaro

Joseph Cotten

as Kenneth Regan

Tony Bennett

as Hymie Kelly

Jill St. John

as Laurel Scott

Ernest Borgnine

as Barney Yale

Edie Adams

as Trina

Walter Brennan

as Quentin

Ed Begley

as Grosbard

Jack Soo

as Sam

Peter Lawford

as Steve Marks

Jean Hale

as Cheryl Barker

James Dunn

as TV executive

International Releases Dates

United States 04 March 1966

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