Updated: Tue, 13 May 2014 10:30:00 GMT
Ten classic Palme d'Or winners

Marty (1955)



Ernest Borgnine in Marty (© Everett Collection/Rex Features)
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  • Ernest Borgnine in Marty (© Everett Collection/Rex Features)
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Delbert Mann's Marty is one of only two films to take the top prize at both Cannes and the Academy Awards. Starring Ernest Borgnine, it tells the tale of a lonely butcher from the Bronx under pressure from his family to find love.

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