Billy Wilder's Feature Films

Can you name the Billy Wilder's Feature Films?

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1981Seventh collaboration with Jack Lemmon
1978Reunited Wilder and Holden for the first time in 24 years
1974Nominated for Golden Globe Best Motion Picture-Musical or Comedy
1972Jack Lemmon grabbed a Golden Globe for this one
1970Wilder's most controverted film about what it's meant to be
1966Last Oscar Nomination for Writing and Matthau's only Oscar Win
1964With Dean Marting playing a parody of himself (or maybe himself)
1963Film won Oscar for Best Music
1961Film nominated for Best B&W Cinematography Oscar
1960Won Best Director, Screenplay, and Picture
1959Nominated for Best Director and Screenplay Oscars
1957Nominated for Best Director
1957First film with writing partner I.A.L. Diamond
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1957Nominated for Best Effects Oscar
1955The Most Famous Shot of Marilyn Monroe
1954Nominated for Best Director and Screenplay Oscars
1953Nominated for Best Director Oscar
1951Nominated for Best Screenplay Oscar
1950Won Best Screenplay Oscar
1948Nominated for Best Screenplay Oscar
1948Film nominated for Best Color Costume Design and Scoring Oscars
1945Won Best Director and Picture Oscars
1944Nominated for Best Director and Screenplay Oscars
1943Nominated for 3 Oscars
1942First American Film, remade in the 50s with Jerry Lewis
1934Co-Directed with Alexander Esway in French

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