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The V.I.P.s (1963) was a Drama Film directed by Anthony Asquith and produced by Anatole de Grunwald and Roy Parkinson.

Academy Awards 1963 --- Ceremony Number 36 (source: AMPAS)

AwardRecipientResult
Best Supporting ActressMargaret RutherfordWon
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Marc Champselle: "No" is not a word that I recognise.
Frances Andros: You've recognised it for the past three months.


Max Buda: [they are playing cards, watched by a reporter] Not that one. *That* one!
Gloria Gritti: How do you know what is in my hand?
Max Buda: Because I know what is in your head.
Gloria Gritti: So, I have nothing in my head.
Max Buda: [to the reporter] Don't quote that.


The Duchess of Brighton: [waiting for the plane to take off] I have two enormous pills to steady me down and the two pep-pills I took this morning - the pep-up pills. I'm flying already!


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Most of the jewelry worn by Elizabeth Taylor in the film is from her personal collection. The diamond and emerald brooch is cited as her first "If it's Tuesday, I love you" gift from future husband Richard Burton. The diamond tiara worn during the opening credits dinner party scene was a gift from third husband Michael Todd .
When asked for her number in the movie, Elizabeth Taylor says, "It's Grosvenor 7060", which was MGM's office number in London at the time the film was made.
First film of Brook Williams.
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