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PAN APPLAUDING AUDIENCE
ED SULLIVAN ANNOUNCES THE ANNUAL N.Y. FILM CRITICS AWARDS. MENTIONS NAMES OF NEWSPAPER WRITERS, ETC. EXPLAINS AWARD ETC.
FILM CLIP FROM "MIRACLE IN MILAN".
GOD REWARDS THE GOOD, DEFEATS EVIL. CATHEDRAL SQUARE. PADDY WAGONS FALL APART, PEOPLE FLY AWAY ON BROOMS OF STREET CLEANERS LIKE WITCHES. GOING UP TO HEAVEN.
NY TIMES NEWSPAPER MAN BOSLEY CROWTHER, HEAD OF N.Y. FILM CRITICS, PRESENTS AWARDS
PRESENTS THE BEST FOREIGN FILM AWARD TO "MIRACLE IN MILAN". U.S. DISTRIBUTER JOSEPH BUNSTEIN ACCEPTS AWARD.
FILM CLIP FROM "BRIGHT VICTORY" ACTORS ARTHUR KENNEDY & PEGGY DOW IN SCENE ABOUT A BLIND SOLDIER.
ARTHUR KENNEDY WINS BEST ACTOR AWARD, ACCEPTED BY JAYNE WYATT.
BEST PICTURE AWARD PRESENTED TO CHARLES FELDMAN FOR "A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE"
BEST DIRECTOR AWARD PRESENTED TO ELIA KAZAN FOR "A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE"
JANET LEIGH WINS BEST ACTRESS AWARD FOR "A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE", ACCEPTED BY KAZAN.
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