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After editing such films as Stanley Kubrick’s “Lolita” and “Dr....



After editing such films as Stanley Kubrick’s “Lolita” and “Dr. Strangelove,” Anthony Harvey made his directorial debut with “Dutchman” in 1966. He went on to helm films such as “They Might Be Giants” and “The Lion in Winter,” which earned him an Oscar nomination for Directing in 1969. When Katharine Hepburn won for Best Actress that year, in a tie with Barbra Streisand, Harvey accepted the award on her behalf (pictured above).

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