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Calendar Goes to The Oscars : YOUR OSCAR BALLOT : Nominations for the 61st Annual Academy Awards

THE ‘BIG SIX’ PICTURE

“The Accidental Tourist,” (Warner Bros.) A Warner Bros. production, Lawrence Kasdan, Charles Okun and Michael Grillo, producers

“Dangerous Liaisons” (Warner Bros.) A Lorimar production, Norma Heyman and Hank Moonjean, Producers

“Mississippi Burning,” (Orion) A Frederick Zollo production, Frederick Zollo and Robert F. Colesberry, producers

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“Rain Man” (United Artists) A Guber-Peters Company production, Mark Johnson, producer

“Working Girl” (20th Century Fox) A 20th Century Fox production, Douglas Wick, producer

ACTOR

Gene Hackman in “Mississippi Burning”

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Tom Hanks in “Big”

Dustin Hoffman in “Rain Man”

Edward James Olmos in “Stand and Deliver”

Max von Sydow in “Pelle the Conqueror”

SUPPORTING ACTOR

Alec Guinness in “Little Dorrit”

Kevin Kline in “A Fish Called Wanda”

Martin Landau in “Tucker the Man and His Dream”

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River Phoenix in “Running On Empty”

Dean Stockwell in “Married to the Mob”

ACTRESS

Glenn Close in “Dangerous Liaisons”

Jodie Foster in “The Accused”

Melanie Griffith in “Working Girl”

Meryl Streep in “A Cry in the Dark”

Sigourney Weaver in “Gorillas in the Mist”

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SUPPORTING ACTRESS

Joan Cusack in “Working Girl”

Geena Davis in “The Accidental Tourist”

Frances McDormand in “Mississippi Burning”

Michelle Pfeiffer in “Dangerous Liaisons”

Sigourney Weaver in “Working Girl”

DIRECTOR

A Fish Called Wanda, Charles Crichton

The Last Temptation of Christ, Martin Scorsese

Mississippi Burning, Alan Parker

Rain Man, Barry Levinson

Working Girl, Mike Nichols

SCREENPLAY WRITTEN DIRECTLY FOR THE SCREEN

“Big” written by Gary Ross and Anne Spielberg

“Bull Durham” written by Ron Shelton

“A Fish Called Wanda” screenplay by John Cleese, story by John Cleese and Charles Crichton

“Rain Man” screenplay by Ronald Bass and Barry Morror, story by Barry Morrow

“Running On Empty” written by Naomi Foner

SCREENPLAY BASED ON MATERIAL FROM ANOTHER MEDIUM

“The Accidental Tourist” screenplay by Frank Galati and Lawrence Kasdan

“Dangerous Liaisons” screenplay by Christopher Hampton

“Gorillas in the Mist” screenplay by Anna Hamilton Phelan, story by Anna Hamilton Phelan and Tab Murphy

“Little Dorit” screenplay by Christine Edzard

“The Unbearable Lightness of Being” screenplay by Jean-Claude Carriere and Philip Kaufman

ART DIRECTION

“Beaches”

“Dangerous Liaisons”

“Rain Man”

“Tucker the Man and His Dream”

“Who Framed Roger Rabbit”

CINEMATOGRAPHY

“Mississippi Burning”

“Rain Man”

“Tequila Sunrise”

“The Unbearable Lightness of Being”

“Who Framed Roger Rabbit”

COSTUME DESIGN

“Coming to America”

“Dangerous Liaisons”

“A Handful of Dust”

“Sunset”

“Tucker the Man and His Dream”

EDITING

“Die Hard”

“Gorillas in the Mist”

“Mississippi Burning”

“Rain Man”

“Who Framed Roger Rabbit”

FOREIGN LANGUAGE FILM

“Hanussen,” Hungary

“The Music Teacher,” Belgium

“Pelle the Conqueror,” Denmark

“Salaam Bombay!,” India

“Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown,” Spain

MAKEUP

“Beetlejuice”

“Coming to America”

“Scrooged”

ORIGINAL SCORE

“The Accidental Tourist,” John Williams

“Dangerous Liaisons,” Geroge Fenton

“Gorillas in the Mist,” Maurice Jarre

“The Milagro Beanfield War,” Dave Grusin

“Rain Man,” Hans Zimmer

ORIGINAL SONG

“Calling You” from “Bagdad Cafe,” Music and lyric by Bob Telson

“Let the River Run” from “Working Girl,” Music and lyric by Carly Simon

“Two Hearts” from “Buster,” Music by Lamont Dozier, lyric by Phil Collins

SOUND

“Bird”

“Die Hard”

“Gorillas in the Mist”

“Mississippi Burning”

“Who Framed Roger Rabbit”

SOUND EFFECTS EDITING

“Die Hard”

“Who Framed Roger Rabbit”

“Willow”

VISUAL EFFECTS

“Die Hard”

“Who Framed Roger Rabbit”

“Willow”

ANIMATED SHORT

“The Cat Came Back”

“Technological Threat”

“Tin Toy”

LIVE ACTION SHORT FILMS

“The Appointments of Dennis Jennings”

“Cadillac Dreams”

“Gullah Tales”

DOCUMENTARY FEATURES

“The Cry of Reason--Beyers Naude: An Afrikaner Speaks Out”

“Hotel Terminus: The Life and Times of Klaus Barbie”

“Let’s Get Lost”

“Promises to Keep”

“Who Killed Vincent Chin?”

DOCUMENTARY SHORT SUBJECTS

“The Children’s Storefront”

“Family Gathering”

“Gang Cops”

“Portrait of Imogen”

“You Don’t Have to Die”


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