Robert Bolt wins the Oscar for Writing (Screenplay — based on material from another medium) for Doctor Zhivago, accepted by David Lean, and Frederic Raphael wins the Oscar for Writing (Story and Screenplay — written directly for the screen) for Darling, accepted by Connie Stevens, at the 38th Academy Awards. Joanne Woodward and George Peppard present the awards.
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