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Gene Hackman

oreign (1960)
  • Peter Finch British & Paul Newman Foreign (1961)
  • Peter O'Toole British & Burt Lancaster Foreign (1962)
  • Dirk Bogarde British & Marcello Mastroianni Foreign (1963)
  • Richard Attenborough British & Marcello Mastroianni Foreign (1964)
  • Dirk Bogarde British & Lee Marvin Foreign (1965)
  • Richard Burton British & Rod Steiger Foreign (1966)
  • Paul Scofield British & Rod Steiger Foreign (1967)
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