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O Oscar de Melhor Trilha Sonora Adaptada (Brasil) ou Óscar de Melhor Banda Sonora Adaptada (Portugal) foi concedido somente entre a trigésima-quinta (1962) e a quadragésima-segunda (1969) cerimônias.

Ano Vencedor Autor(es) Estúdio Outros Indicados
1962 The Music Man Ray Heindorf Warner Bros. The Wonderful World of the Brothers Grimm (Leigh Harline)
Gypsy (Frank Perkins)
Billy Rose's Jumbo (George Stoll)
Gigot (Michel Magne)
1963 Irma La Douce André Previn United Artists A New Kind of Love (Leith Stevens)
Bye Bye Birdie (Johnny Green)
The Sword in the Stone (George Bruns)
Les Dimanches de Ville d'Avray (Maurice Jarre)
1964 My Fair Lady André Previn Warner Bros. The Unsinkable Molly Brown (Robert Armbuster/Leo Arnaud/Jack Elliot/Jack Hayes/Calvin Jackson/Leo Shuken)
Robin and the 7 Hoods (Nelson Riddle)
A Hard Day's Night (George Martin)
Mary Poppins (Irwin Kostal)
1965 The Sound of Music Irwin Kostal] 20th Century Fox Cat Ballou (Frank De Vol)
A Thousand Clowns (Don Walker)
The Pleasure Seekers (Lionel Newman/Alexander Courage)
Les Parapluies de Cherbourg (Michel Legrand)
1966 A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum Ken Thorne United Artists The Singing Nun (Harry Sukman)
Stop the World -- I Want to Get Off (Al Ham)
Return of the Seven (Elmer Bernstein)
Il Vangelo Secondo Matteo (Luis Enríquez Bacalov)
1967 Camelot Alfred Newman/Ken Darby Warner Bros. Guess Who's Coming to Dinner (Frank De Vol)
Valley of the Dolls (John Williams)
Doctor Dolittle (Lionel Newman/Alexander Courage)
Thoroughly Modern Millie (Andre Previn/Joseph Gershenson)
1968 Oliver! John Green Columbia Star! (Lennie Hayton)
Les Demoiselles de Rochefort (Michel Legrand/Jacques Demy)
Finian's Rainbow (Ray Heindorf)
Funny Girl (Walter Scharf)
1969 Hello, Dolly! Lennie Hayton/Lionel Newman 20th Century Fox Goodbye, Mr. Chips (Leslie Bricusse/John Williams)
Paint Your Wagon (Nelson Riddle)
They Shoot Horses, Don't They? (John Green/Albert Woodbury)
Sweet Charity (Cy Coleman)

Referências bibliográficasEditar

  • ALBAGLI, Fernando, Tudo Sobre o Oscar, Rio de Janeiro: EBAL - Editora Brasil-América, 1988
  • FILHO, Rubens Ewald, O Oscar e Eu, São Paulo: Companhia Editora Nacional, 2003