Seven Days in May (1964)

Seven Days In May (1964)

1h. 58min. // United States military leaders plot to overthrow the President because he supports a nuclear disarmament treaty and they fear a Soviet sneak attack.

 

Directed by: John Frankenheimer

Writing Credits: Fletcher Knebel (novel), Charles W. Bailey II (novel), Rod Serling (screenplay)

Starring: Burt Lancaster (as Gen. James Mattoon Scott), Kirk Douglas (as Col. Martin ‘Jiggs’ Casey), Fredric March (as President Jordan Lyman) and Ava Gardner (as Eleanor Holbrook)

 

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Awards:

WON. Boxoffice Magazine Awards 1964. Best Picture of the Month for the Whole Family. John Frankenheimer.

WON. David di Donatello Awards 1964. Best Foreign Actor. Fredric March.

WON. Golden Globes, USA 1965. Best Supporting Actor. Edmond O’Brien.

WON. Bodil Awards 1965. Best Non-European Film. John Frankenheimer.

NOMINATED. Laurel Awards 1964. Top Drama. 5th place.

NOMINATED. Laurel Awards 1964. Top Male Dramatic Performance. Burt Lancaster.

NOMINATED. Academy Awards, USA 1965. Best Actor in a Supporting Role. Edmond O’Brien.

NOMINATED. Academy Awards, USA 1965. Best Art Direction-Set Decoration, Black-and-White. Cary Odell, Edward G. Boyle.

NOMINATED. Golden Globes, USA 1965. Best Director. John Frankenheimer.

NOMINATED. Golden Globes, USA 1965. Best Actor – Drama. Fredric March.

NOMINATED. Golden Globes, USA 1965. Best Original Score. Jerry Goldsmith.

NOMINATED. Writers Guild of America, USA 1965. Best Written American Drama. Rod Serling.

 

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Kirk Douglas and Burt Lancaster in Seven Days in May (1964)

Ava Gardner in Seven Days in May (1964)

 

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