Hello Dolly (1969) - Gene Kelly
Well the heading needs to be "I've seen every best picture nominee from 1961 to the present". That said lets discuss this particular film. What a horribly bad movie. So, so very long, such awfully bad acting, irritating beyond belief, and almost completely nonsensical. Streisand was supposed to be playing a middle aged match maker, which makes her "romance" with Walter Mathau hard to swallow, especially considering what a horribly awful man he is. However this type of @#%$ was still getting Oscars in 1969. The film's run time is long, and it feels long. A great deal of this could be shortened. Although I was impressed with Michael Crawford's dancing, his character was too unbelievable and just plain irritating. Of course homosexuals and old Jewish women will rejoice in Barbara, who this film was really designed for, but for the rest of us, hang some garlic and a cross on your front door.
*Hello Dolly won best adapted score, best art direction, best score, and best sound. It was nominated for best cinematography, best costume design, best editing, and best picture.