Golden Globe Moment: Kim Novak, World Favorite,1957

by Elisa Leonelli November 27, 2018
Actress Kim Novak, 1957

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Kim Novak receives a special award as World Film Favorite, presented by Vincent Price, at the 14th Golden Globes, on Thursday, February 28, 1957, at the Cocoanut Grove, Ambassador Hotel.
In 1955 she had received a Golden Globe as Star of Tomorrow for her first film, Phfffft! with Jack Lemmon. In the 1950s Novak acted with William Holden in Picnic (1955), with Frank Sinatra in Pal Joey (1957), with James Stewart in Vertigo (1958) by Alfred Hitchcock.
Actress Kim Novak and actor Vincent Price, 1957

Vincent Price presents Kim Novak with the World Favorite Award, 1957.

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In 1990 Novak attended the 47th Golden Globes as a presenter of the Best Actor award to Tom Cruise for Born on the Fourth of July by Oliver Stone.
Marilyn (Kim) Novak (born February 13, 1933 in Chicago, Illinois) acted with Jack Lemmon in the romantic comedy Phffft (1954), with William Holden in Picnic (1955) by Joshua Logan, with Frank Sinatra in The Man with the Golden Arm (1955) and Pal Joey (1957), with James Stewart in Vertigo (1958) by Alfred Hitchcock, and Bell, Book and Candle (1958), with Frederich March in Middle of the Night (1959), with Kirk Douglas in Strangers When We Meet (1960), with Laurence Harvey in Of Human Bondage (1964), with Dean Martin in Kiss Me, Stupid (1964) by Billy Wilder. Novak made a few more films until she decided to retire after Liebestraum (1991) by Mike Figgis.