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YearResultAward Category/Recipient(s)
1972Winner Academy AwardActor
Marlon Brando
1972Nominee Academy AwardActor In a Supporting Role
Al Pacino
James Caan
Robert Duvall
1972Winner Academy AwardBest Picture
Albert S Ruddy
1972Nominee Academy AwardCostume Design
Anna Hill Johnstone
1972Nominee Academy AwardDirecting
Francis Ford Coppola
1972Co-Nominee Academy AwardFilm Editing
Peter Zinner
William Reynolds
1972Nominee Academy AwardMusic (Original Dramatic Score)
Nino Rota
1972Co-Nominee Academy AwardSound
Bud Grenzbach
Christopher Newman
Richard R Portman
1972Co-Winner Academy AwardWriting (Screenplay--Based On Material From Another Medium)
Francis Ford Coppola
Mario Puzo
1972Nominee BAFTA AwardActor
Marlon Brando
1972Winner BAFTA AwardAnthony Asquith Award
Nino Rota
1972Nominee BAFTA AwardCostume Design
Anna Hill Johnstone
1972Nominee BAFTA AwardMost Promising Newcomer To Leading Film Roles
Al Pacino
1972Nominee BAFTA AwardSupporting Actor
Robert Duvall
1972Winner Directors Guild of America AwardFeature Film
Francis Ford Coppola
1972Winner Golden Globe AwardBest Director - Motion Picture
Francis Ford Coppola
1972Winner Golden Globe AwardBest Motion Picture - Drama
1972Winner Golden Globe AwardBest Original Score - Motion Picture
Nino Rota
1972Nominee Golden Globe AwardBest Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture - Drama
Al Pacino
1972Winner Golden Globe AwardBest Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture - Drama
Marlon Brando
1972Nominee Golden Globe AwardBest Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role in a Motion Picture
James Caan
1972Winner Golden Globe AwardBest Screenplay - Motion Picture
Francis Ford Coppola
1972Co-Winner National Board of Review AwardBest Supporting Actor
Al Pacino
1972Co-Winner National Board of Review AwardTop Ten Films
1972Winner National Society of Film Critics AwardBest Actor
Al Pacino
1972Winner New York Film Critics Circle AwardBest Supporting Actor
Robert Duvall
1972Winner Writers Guild of America AwardAdapted Screenplay