Date: April 14, 1969
Best Actor in a Leading Role
- Cliff Robertson for Charly
Best Actress in a Leading Role
Best Actor in a Supporting Role
- Jack Albertson for The Subject Was Roses
Best Actress in a Supporting Role
- Ruth Gordon for Rosemary’s Baby
- Carol Reed for Oliver!
Best Original Story & Screenplay
- Mel Brooks for The Producers
Best Adapted Screenplay
- James Goldman for The Lion in Winter
- Pasqualino De Saints for Romeo and Juliet
Best Art Direction-Set Decoration
- John Box, Terence Marsh, Vernon Dixon, & Ken Muggleston for Oliver!
Best Costume Design
- Danilo Donati for Romeo and Juliet
- (Shepperton SSD) for Oliver!
Best Film Editing
- Frank P. Keller for Bullitt
Best Special Visual Effects
- Stanley Kubrick for 2001: A Space Odyssey
Best Original Song
- Michel Legrand (music), Alan Bergman (lyrics), Marilyn Bergman (lyrics) for “The Windmills of Your Mind” from The Thomas Crown Affair
Best Music, Score of a Musical Production (Original or Adaptation)
- John Green for Oliver!
Best Music, Original Score for a Motion Picture (Not a Musical)
- John Barry for The Lion in Winter
Best Short Subject, Live-Action Subjects
- Charles Guggenheim for Robert Kennedy Remembered
Best Short Subject, Cartoons
- Walt Disney for Winnie the Pooh and the Blustery Day
Best Documentary, Short Subjects
- Saul Bass for Why Man Creates
Best Documentary, Features
- Bill McGaw for Journey Into Self
- Wasn’t awarded the Oscar until May 8, 1969. The original winner was Young Americans, but it was later determined that it had been released too early to be eligible for the 1968 Oscars.
Best Foreign Language Film
- War and Peace (Russia)
- John Chambers for Planet of the Apes
- Onna White for Oliver!