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Old February 15 2013, 03:10 AM   #63
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Re: 98th Annual Ronalds (film nominations)


1944


BEST PICTURE

Destination Tokyo
Double Indemnity
Lifeboat
Meet Me in St. Louis
Thirty Seconds Over Tokyo

BEST DIRECTOR

George Cukor, GASLIGHT
Alfred Hitchcock, LIFEBOAT
Mervyn LeRoy, THIRTY SECONDS OVER TOKYO
Vincente Minnelli, MEET ME IN ST. LOUIS
Billy Wilder, DOUBLE INDEMNITY

BEST ACTOR

Cary Grant, DESTINATION TOKYO
Van Johnson, THIRTY SECONDS OVER TOKYO
Fred MacMurray, DOUBLE INDEMNITY
Edward G. Robinson, DOUBLE INDEMNITY
Walter Slezak, LIFEBOAT

BEST ACTRESS

Tallulah Bankhead, LIFEBOAT
Ingrid Bergman, GASLIGHT
Joan Fontaine, JANE EYRE
Judy Garland, MEET ME IN ST. LOUIS
Barbara Stanwyck, DOUBLE INDEMNITY

BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR

William Bendix, LIFEBOAT
Hume Cronyn, LIFEBOAT
Robert Mitchum, THIRTY SECONDS OVER TOKYO
William Prince, DESTINATION TOKYO
Spencer Tracy, THIRTY SECONDS OVER TOKYO

BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS

Mary Anderson, LIFEBOAT
Heather Angel, LIFEBOAT
June Lockhart, MEET ME IN ST. LOUIS
Margaret O'Brien, MEET ME IN ST. LOUIS
Phyllis Thaxter, THIRTY SECONDS OVER TOKYO

BEST SCREENPLAY

Julius J. Epstein and Philip G. Epstein, ARSENIC AND OLD LACE
John Steinbeck and Jo Swerling, LIFEBOAT
Lamar Trotti, WILSON
Jon Van Druten, Walter Reisch and John L. Balderston,
GASLIGHT
Billy Wilder and Raymond Chandler, DOUBLE INDEMNITY

BEST MUSICAL SCORE

Miklos Rozsa, DOUBLE INDEMNITY
George E. Stoll, MEET ME IN ST. LOUIS
Herbert Stothart, NATIONAL VELVET
Herbert Stothart, THIRTY SECONDS OVER TOKYO
Franz Waxman, DESTINATION TOKYO

BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY

Double Indemnity
Gaslight
Lifeboat
Meet Me in St. Louis
Thirty Seconds Over Tokyo

BEST ART DIRECTION

Double Indemnity
Gaslight
Jane Eyre
Meet Me in St. Louis
Wilson

BEST COSTUME DESIGN

Double Indemnity
Jane Eyre
Lifeboat
Meet Me in St. Louis
Thirty Seconds Over Tokyo

BEST EDITING

Arsenic and Old Lace
Destination Tokyo
Double Indemnity
Lifeboat
Thirty Seconds Over Tokyo

BEST VISUAL EFFECTS

Destination Tokyo
The Fighting Seabees
House of Frankenstein
Lifeboat
Thirty Seconds Over Tokyo

BEST SOUND

Destination Tokyo
Lifeboat
Meet Me in St. Louis
National Velvet
Thirty Seconds Over Tokyo

In 1942, one actor won lead and support for the same year. That's never occurred at the Oscars and will likely never occur again in mine. But in 1945, for the second and final time, one film will have a complete monopoly in one category. Plus its entire cast will also be nominated, unless you count the guy with the sandwich.
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