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Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (1966) back to product details  

Cast: Elizabeth Taylor, Richard Burton, George Segal, Sandy Dennis
Director: Mike Nichols
Producer: Ernest Lehman
Screenwriter: Ernest Lehman
Cinematographer: Haskell Wexler, Harry Stradling
Composer (Music Score): Alex North
Editor: Sam O'Steen
Makeup: Ron Berkeley, Gordon Bau
Production Designer: Richard Sylbert
Set Designer: George James Hopkins
Costume Designer: Irene Sharaff
Play Author: Edward Albee
Sound/Sound Designer: M.A. Merrick


Screen Formats:P&S,B&W,WSE(SM)
Sound:Dolby Digital
Original Aspect Ratio:1.85:1
Aspect Ratio:1.33:1

Features:
Interactive menus
Production notes
Scene access
Subtitles: English, Franšais, Espa˝ol

Chapters:
Side #1 -- STANDARD
0. Scene Index
1. Moonlit walk home. [3:53]
2. "What a dump!" [10:07]
3. Late-night guests. [6:36]
4. Dashed hopes. [9:21]
5. Your chapel dress. [8:30]
6. When son coming? [6:52]
7. Yard Conversation. [19:49]
8. Dancing at diner. [15:06]
9. "Total war!" [9:01]
10. "Our son is dead." [4:36]
11. "Sad, sad, sad." [10:02]
12. Truth and Illusion. [4:58]
13. One last game. [2:36]
14. A "telegram." [11:28]
15. "The party's over." [2:32]
16. Sunday tomorrow. [3:32]
Side #2 -- WIDESCREEN
0. Scene Index
1. Moonlit walk home. [3:53]
2. "What a dump!" [10:07]
3. Late-night guests. [6:36]
4. Dashed hopes. [9:21]
5. Your chapel dress. [8:30]
6. When son coming? [6:52]
7. Yard Conversation. [19:49]
8. Dancing at diner. [15:06]
9. "Total war!" [9:01]
10. "Our son is dead." [4:36]
11. "Sad, sad, sad." [10:02]
12. Truth and Illusion. [4:58]
13. One last game. [2:36]
14. A "telegram." [11:28]
15. "The party's over." [2:32]
16. Sunday tomorrow. [3:32]

Awards:
  • 1966 nominated for Best Picture - Drama from Hollywood Foreign Press Association.
  • 1966 nominated for Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture - Drama from Hollywood Foreign Press Association to Burton, Richard [act].
  • 1966 nominated for Best Actor - Drama from Golden Globe to Burton, Richard.
  • 1966 nominated for Best Actress - Drama from Golden Globe to Taylor, Elizabeth.
  • 1966 nominated for Best Supporting Actor from Golden Globe to Segal, George.
  • 1966 nominated for Best Supporting Actress from Golden Globe to Dennis, Sandy.
  • 1966 nominated for Best Director from Golden Globe to Nichols, Mike.
  • 1966 nominated for Best Screenplay from Golden Globe to Lehman, Ernest.
  • 1966 nominated for Best Actor from Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Scie to Burton, Richard [act].
  • 1966 won Best Actress from National Board of Review to Taylor, Elizabeth [act-456789].
  • 1966 nominated for Best Director from Hollywood Foreign Press Association to Nichols, Mike [di/wr/pr].
  • 1966 nominated for Best Screenplay from Hollywood Foreign Press Association to Lehman, Ernest.
  • 1966 nominated for Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture - Drama from Hollywood Foreign Press Association to Taylor, Elizabeth [act-456789].
  • 1966 nominated for Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role in a Motion Pic from Hollywood Foreign Press Association to Segal, George.
  • 1966 nominated for Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in a Motion P from Hollywood Foreign Press Association to Dennis, Sandy.
  • 1966 won Best Actress from New York Film Critics Circle to Taylor, Elizabeth.
  • 1966 nominated for Best Editing from Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Scie to O'Steen, Sam.
  • 1966 nominated for Best Picture from Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Scie to Lehman, Ernest.
  • 1966 nominated for Best Original Score from Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Scie to North, Alex.
  • 1966 won Best Actress from Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Scie to Taylor, Elizabeth [act-456789].
  • 1966 nominated for Best Adapted Screenplay from Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Scie to Lehman, Ernest.
  • 1966 won Best Black and White Art Direction from Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Scie to Sylbert, Richard.
  • 1966 won Best Black and White Art Direction from Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Scie to Hopkins, George James.
  • 1966 nominated for Best Actor from Academy to Burton, Richard.
  • 1966 won Best Actress from Academy to Taylor, Elizabeth.
  • 1966 nominated for Best Adapted Screenplay from Academy to Lehman, Ernest.
  • 1966 won Best Black and White Cinematography from Academy to Wexler, Haskell.
  • 1966 won Best Black and White Costume Design from Academy to Sharaff, Irene.
  • 1966 nominated for Best Director from Academy to Nichols, Mike.
  • 1966 nominated for Best Editing from Academy to O'Steen, Sam.
  • 1966 nominated for Best Original Score from Academy to North, Alex.
  • 1966 nominated for Best Sound from Academy to Groves, George R. (Warner Bros. Studio Sound Department).
  • 1966 nominated for Best Supporting Actor from Academy to Segal, George.
  • 1966 won Best Supporting Actress from Academy to Dennis, Sandy.
  • 1966 won Best Black and White Art Direction from Academy to Sylbert, Richard.
  • 1966 won Best Black and White Art Direction from Academy to Hopkins, George James for Set Decoration.
  • 1966 won Best Black and White Cinematography from Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Scie to Wexler, Haskell.
  • 1966 won Best Black and White Costume Design from Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Scie to Sharaff, Irene.
  • 1966 nominated for Best Director from Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Scie to Nichols, Mike [di/wr/pr].
  • 1966 nominated for Best Picture from Academy to Lehman, Ernest.
  • 1966 nominated for Best Supporting Actor from Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Scie to Segal, George.
  • 1966 nominated for Best Sound from Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Scie to Groves, George.
  • 1966 won Best Supporting Actress from Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Scie to Dennis, Sandy.
  • 1966 won Best British Actor from British Academy of Film and Television to Burton, Richard [act].
  • 1966 won Best British Actress from British Academy of Film and Television to Taylor, Elizabeth [act-456789].
  • 1966 won Best Film - Any Source from British Academy of Film and Television to Nichols, Mike [di/wr/pr].
  • 1966 won Best Actress from New York Film Critics Circle to Taylor, Elizabeth [act-456789].
  • 1966 won Best British Actor from British Academy Awards to Burton, Richard.
  • 1966 won Best British Actress from British Academy Awards to Taylor, Elizabeth.
  • 1966 nominated for Best Director from Directors Guild of America to Nichols, Mike.
  • 1966 nominated for Best Picture from National Board of Review.
  • 1966 won Best Actress from National Board of Review to Taylor, Elizabeth.
  • 1966 nominated for Best Director from Directors Guild of America to Nichols, Mike [di/wr/pr].



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