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Old February 13 2013, 02:28 AM   #61
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Re: 98th Annual Ronalds (film nominations)

1942

BEST PICTURE

Desperate Journey
Kings Row
Saboteur
They Died with Their Boots On
To Be Or Not to Be

BEST DIRECTOR

John Farrow, WAKE ISLAND
Alfred Hitchcock, SABOTEUR
Ernst Lubitsch, TO BE OR NOT TO BE
Raoul Walsh, THEY DIED WITH THEIR BOOTS ON
Sam Wood, KINGS ROW

BEST ACTOR

Jack Benny, TO BE OR NOT TO BE
Robert Cummings, KINGS ROW
Robert Cummings, SABOTEUR
Errol Flynn, THEY DIED WITH THEIR BOOTS ON
Ronald Reagan, KINGS ROW

BEST ACTRESS

Olivia DeHavilland, THEY DIED WITH THEIR BOOTS ON
Veronica Lake, THIS GUN FOR HIRE
Priscilla Lane, SABOTEUR
Carole Lombard, TO BE OR NOT TO BE
Ann Sheridan, KINGS ROW

BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR

Alan Hale, DESPERATE JOURNEY
Arthur Kennedy, THEY DIED WITH THEIR BOOTS ON
Norman Lloyd, SABOTEUR
Claude Rains, KINGS ROW
Ronald Reagan, DESPERATE JOURNEY

BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS

Judith Anderson, KINGS ROW
Nancy Coleman, DESPERATE JOURNEY
Betty Field, KINGS ROW
Alma Kruger, SABOTEUR
Hattie McDaniel, THEY DIED WITH THEIR BOOTS ON

BEST SCREENPLAY

W.R. Burnett and Frank Butler, WAKE ISLAND
Edwin Justus Meyer, TO BE OR NOT TO BE
Casey Robinson, KINGS ROW
Peter Viertel, Joan Harrison and Dorothy Parker, SABOTEUR
Orson Welles, THE MAGNIFICENT AMBERSONS

BEST MUSICAL SCORE

Werner R. Heymann, TO BE OR NOT TO BE
Erich Wolfgang Korngold, KINGS ROW
Max Steiner, DESPERATE JOURNEY
Max Steiner, THEY DIED WITH THEIR BOOTS ON
Roy Webb, CAT PEOPLE

BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY

Desperate Journey
Kings Row
One of Our Aircraft is Missing
Saboteur
Wake Island

BEST ART DIRECTION

Cat People
The Jungle Book
Kings Row
The Magnificent Ambersons
Wake Island

BEST COSTUME DESIGN

The Jungle Book
Kings Row
The Magnificent Ambersons
They Died with Their Boots On
To Be Or Not to Be

BEST EDITING

Desperate Journey
Flying Tigers
Saboteur
They Died with Their Boots On
Wake Island

BEST VISUAL EFFECTS

Cat People
Desperate Journey
The Mummy's Tomb
One of Our Aircraft is Missing
Saboteur

BEST SOUND

Desperate Journey
One of Our Aircraft is Missing
Saboteur
They Died with Their Boots On
Wake Island
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Old February 14 2013, 02:59 AM   #62
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1943

BEST PICTURE

Bataan
Casablanca
Sahara
The Ox-Bow Incident
Shadow of a Doubt

BEST DIRECTOR

Michael Curtiz, CASABLANCA
Tay Garnett, BATAAN
Alfred Hitchcock, SHADOW OF A DOUBT
Zoltan Korda, SAHARA
William A. Wellman, THE OX-BOW INCIDENT

BEST ACTOR

Humphrey Bogart, CASABLANCA
Joseph Cotten, SHADOW OF A DOUBT
Henry Fonda, THE OX-BOW INCIDENT
Roddy McDowall, LASSIE, COME HOME
Robert Taylor, BATAAN

BEST ACTRESS

Ingrid Bergman, CASABLANCA
Susanna Foster, THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA
Greer Garson, MADAME CURRIE
Jane Russell, THE OUTLAW
Teresa Wright, SHADOW OF A DOUBT

BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR

Paul Henreid, CASABLANCA
Rex Ingram, SAHARA
Lloyd Nolan, BATAAN
Anthony Quinn, THE OX-BOW INCIDENT
Claude Rains, CASABLANCA
Dooley Wilson, CASABLANCA

BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS

Jane Darwell, THE OX-BOW INCIDENT
Mary Beth Hughes, THE OX-BOW INCIDENT
Shirley Patterson, THE BATMAN
Elizabeth Taylor, LASSIE, COME HOME
Edna Mae Wonacott, SHADOW OF A DOUBT

BEST SCREENPLAY

Robert D. Andrews, BATAAN
Julius J. Epstein, Philip G. Epstein and Howard Koch,
CASABLANCA

Lamar Trotti, THE OX-BOW INCIDENT
Lamar Trotti and Jerome Cady, GUADALCANAL DIARY
Thornton Wilder, Sally Benson and Alma Reville, SHADOW OF A
DOUBT

BEST MUSICAL SCORE

Bronislau Kaper, BATAAN
Miklos Rozsa, SAHARA
Max Steiner, CASABLANCA
Dimitri Tiomkin, SHADOW OF A DOUBT
Franz Waxman, AIR FORCE

BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY

Air Force
Bataan
Casablanca
Guadalcanal Diary
Sahara

BEST ART DIRECTION

The Adventures of Baron Munchausen
Casablanca
The Ox-Bow Incident
The Phantom of the Opera
The Raven

BEST COSTUME DESIGN

The Adventures of Baron Munchausen
Casablanca
Frankenstein Meets the Wolf Man
The Outlaw
The Phantom of the Opera

BEST EDITING

Air Force
Bataan
Casablanca
Sahara
Shadow of a Doubt

BEST VISUAL EFFECTS

Bataan
Frankenstein Meets the Wolf Man
The Phantom of the Opera
Sahara
Shadow of a Doubt

BEST SOUND

Bataan
Guadalcanal Diary
The Phantom of the Opera
Sahara
Shadow of a Doubt
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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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Old February 16 2013, 02:36 AM   #64
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1945


BEST PICTURE

And Then There Were None
Objective, Burma!
Open City
Spellbound
A Walk in the Sun

BEST DIRECTOR

Rene Clair, AND THEN THERE WERE NONE
Alfred Hitchcock, SPELLBOUND
Lewis Milestone, A WALK IN THE SUN
Roberto Rossellini, OPEN CITY
Raoul Walsh, OBJECTIVE, BURMA!

BEST ACTOR

Barry Fitzgerald, AND THEN THERE WERE NONE
Errol Flynn, OBJECTIVE, BURMA!
Louis Hayward, AND THEN THERE WERE NONE
Gregory Peck, SPELLBOUND
John Wayne, THEY WERE EXPENDABLE

BEST ACTRESS

Ingrid Bergman, THE BELLS OF ST. MARY'S
Ingrid Bergman, SPELLBOUND
Dale Evans, BELLS OF ROSARITA
Anna Magnani, OPEN CITY
Donna Reed, THEY WERE EXPENDABLE

BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR

Mischa Auer, AND THEN THERE WERE NONE
Richard Haydn, AND THEN THERE WERE NONE
Walter Huston, AND THEN THERE WERE NONE
Sir C. Aubrey Smith, AND THEN THERE WERE NONE
Roland Young, AND THEN THERE WERE NONE

BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS

Judith Anderson, AND THEN THERE WERE NONE
Beulah Bondi, BACK TO BATAAN
June Duprez, AND THEN THERE WERE NONE
Rhonda Fleming, SPELLBOUND
Queenie Leonard, AND THEN THERE WERE NONE

BEST SCREENPLAY

Sergio Amidei and Federico Fellini, OPEN CITY
John Baines, E.F. Benson, T.E.B. Clarke, Angus MacPhail and
H.G. Wells, DEAD OF NIGHT
Angus MacPhail and Ben Hecht, SPELLBOUND
Dudley Nichols, AND THEN THERE WERE NONE
Commander Frank Wead, THEY WERE EXPENDABLE

BEST MUSICAL SCORE

Georges Auric, DEAD OF NIGHT
Mario Castelnuovo-Tedesco, AND THEN THERE WERE NONE
Miklos Rozsa, SPELLBOUND
Max Steiner, BACK TO BATAAN
Franz Waxman, OBJECTIVE, BURMA!

BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY

Dead of Night
Open City
Spellbound
They Were Expendable
A Walk in the Sun

BEST ART DIRECTION

Dead of Night
Ivan the Terrible, Part 1
Open City
The Picture of Dorian Gray
Spellbound

BEST COSTUME DESIGN

And Then There Were None
Caesar and Cleopatra
Dead of Night
Open City
Spellbound

BEST EDITING

And Then There Were None
Dead of Night
Objective, Burma!
Spellbound
A Walk in the Sun

BEST VISUAL EFFECTS

Dead of Night
House of Dracula
Objective, Burma!
The Picture of Dorian Gray
Spellbound

BEST SOUND

Back to Bataan
Objective, Burma!
Open City
They Were Expendable
A Walk in the Sun
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Old February 16 2013, 02:43 PM   #65
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1946


BEST PICTURE

The Best Years of Our Lives
It's a Wonderful Life
The Killers
My Darling Clementine
Notorious

BEST DIRECTOR

Frank Capra, IT'S A WONDERFUL LIFE
John Ford, MY DARLING CLEMENTINE
Alfred Hitchcock, NOTORIOUS
Robert Siodmak, THE KILLERS
William Wyler, THE BEST YEARS OF OUR LIVES

BEST ACTOR

Henry Fonda. MY DARLING CLEMENTINE
Cary Grant, NOTORIOUS
Burt Lancaster, THE KILLERS
Victor Mature, MY DARLING CLEMENTINE
James Stewart, IT'S A WONDERFUL LIFE

BEST ACTRESS

Ingrid Bergman, NOTORIOUS
Ava Gardner, THE KILLERS
Myrna Loy, THE BEST YEARS OF OUR LIVES
Donna Reed, IT'S A WONDERFUL LIFE
Teresa Wright, THE BEST YEARS OF OUR LIVES

BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR

Ward Bond, MY DARLING CLEMENTINE
Walter Brennan, MY DARLING CLEMENTINE
Claude Rains, NOTORIOUS
Harold Russell, THE BEST YEARS OF OUR LIVES
Henry Travers, IT'S A WONDERFUL LIFE

BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS

Ethel Barrymore, THE SPIRAL STAIRCASE
Cathy Downs, MY DARLING CLEMENTINE
Karolyn Grimes, IT'S A WONDERFUL LIFE
Madame Konstantin, NOTORIOUS
Cathy O'Donnell, THE BEST YEARS OF OUR LIVES

BEST SCREENPLAY

Samuel G. Engel and Winston Miller, MY DARLING CLEMENTINE
Frances Goodrich, Albert Hackett and Frank Capra, IT'S A
WONDERFUL LIFE
Ben Hecht, NOTORIOUS
Ernest Hemingway and Anthony Veiller, THE KILLERS
Robert E. Sherwood, THE BEST YEARS OF OUR LIVES

BEST MUSICAL SCORE

Georges Auric, BEAUTY AND THE BEAST
Cyril Mockridge, MY DARLING CLEMENTINE
Miklos Rozsa, THE KILLERS
Dimitri Tiomkin, IT'S A WONDERFUL LIFE
Roy Webb, NOTORIOUS

BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY

Beauty and the Beast
It's a Wonderful Life
My Darling Clementine
Notorious
The Spiral Staircase

BEST ART DIRECTION

Beauty and the Beast
The Best Years of our Lives
It's a Wonderful Life
My Darling Clementine
Notorious

BEST COSTUME DESIGN

Same as above, but Notorious wins.

BEST EDITING

It's a Wonderful Life
The Killers
My Darling Clementine
Notorious
The Spiral Staircase

BEST VISUAL EFFECTS

Beauty and the Beast
Henry V
It's a Wonderful Life
Song of the South
Tarzan and the Leopard Woman

BEST SOUND

It's a Wonderful Life
The Killers
My Darling Clementine
Notorious
The Spiral Staircase
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Old February 17 2013, 02:03 PM   #66
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1947


BEST PICTURE

Brute Force
Dark Passage
Gentleman's Agreement
Kiss of Death
The Secret Life of Walter Mitty

BEST DIRECTOR

Jules Dassin, BRUTE FORCE
Edward Dmytryk, CROSSFIRE
Henry Hathaway, KISS OF DEATH
Elia Kazan, GENTLEMAN'S AGREEMENT
George Seaton, MIRACLE ON 34TH STREET

BEST ACTOR

Humphrey Bogart, DARK PASSAGE
Danny Kaye, THE SECRET LIFE OF WALTER MITTY
Burt Lancaster, BRUTE FORCE
Victor Mature, KISS OF DEATH
Gregory Peck, GENTLEMAN'S AGREEMENT

BEST ACTRESS

Lauren Bacall, DARK PASSAGE
Rita Hayworth, THE LADY FROM SHANGHAI
Virginia Mayo, THE SECRET LIFE OF WALTER MITTY
Dorothy McGuire, GENTLEMAN'S AGREEMENT
Maureen O'Hara, MIRACLE ON 34TH STREET

BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR

Whit Bissell, BRUTE FORCE
Hume Cronyn, BRUTE FORCE
Howard Duff, BRUTE FORCE
John Garfield, GENTLEMAN'S AGREEMENT
Dean Stockwell, GENTLEMAN'S AGREEMENT
Richard Widmark, KISS OF DEATH

BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS

Yvonne DeCarlo, BRUTE FORCE
Colleen Gray, KISS OF DEATH
Agnes Moorehead, DARK PASSAGE
Natalie Wood, MIRACLE ON 34TH STREET
Jane Wyatt, GENTLEMAN'S AGREEMENT

BEST SCREENPLAY

Richard Brooks, BRUTE FORCE
Delmer Dawes, DARK PASSAGE
Ken Engund and Everett Freeman, THE SECRET LIFE OF
WALTER MITTY
Moss Hart, GENTLEMAN'S AGREEMENT

George Seaton, MIRACLE ON 34TH STREET

BEST MUSICAL SCORE

David Buttolph, KISS OF DEATH
Cyril Mockridge, MIRACLE ON 34TH STREET
Alfred Newman, GENTLEMAN'S AGREEMENT
Miklos Rozsa, BRUTE FORCE
Franz Waxman, DARK PASSAGE

BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY

Angel and the Badman
Brute Force
Dark Passage
Out of the Past
The Paradine Case

BEST ART DIRECTION

Gentleman's Agreement
Great Expectations
Monsieur Verdoux
Out of the Past
The Secret Life of Walter Mitty

BEST COSTUME DESIGN

Dark Passage
Gentleman's Agrrement
Great Expectations
Miracle on 34th Street
Out of the Past

BEST EDITING

Body and Soul
Brute Force
Dark Passage
Kiss of Death
Out of the Past

IBEST VISUAL EFFECTS

Brute Force
Dick Tracy Meets Gruesome
The Ghost and Mrs. Muir
The Secret Life of Walter Mitty
Sinbad the Sailor

BEST SOUND

Body and Soul
Brute Force
Dark Passage
Song of the South
T-Men
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1948


BEST PICTURE

Fort Apache
Hamlet
Key Largo
Macbeth
Red River
Rope
The Snake Pit
The Treasure of the Sierra Madre

BEST DIRECTOR

John Ford, FORT APACHE
Howard Hawks, RED RIVER
Alfred Hitchcock, ROPE
John Huston, KEY LARGO
John Huston, THE TREASURE OF THE SIERRA MADRE
Laurence Olivier, HAMLET
Orson Welles, MACBETH

BEST ACTOR

Kirk Alyn, SUPERMAN: THE SERIAL
Humphrey Bogart, THE TREASURE OF THE SIERRA MADRE
Montgomery Clift, RED RIVER
Henry Fonda, FORT APACHE
Laurence Olivier, HAMLET
Edward G. Robinson, KEY LARGO
Orson Welles, MACBETH
John Wayne, RED RIVER

BEST ACTRESS

Lauren Bacall, KEY LARGO
Olivia DeHavilland, THE SNAKE PIT
Noel Neill, SUPERMAN: THE SERIAL
Jenette Nolan, MACBETH
Barbara Stanwyck, SORRY, WRONG NUMBER

BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR

Alfonso Bedoya, THE TREASURE OF THE SIERRA MADRE
Walter Brennan, RED RIVER
Lee J. Cobb, CALL NORTHSIDE 777
Thomas Gomez, KEY LARGO
Tim Holt, THE TREASURE OF THE SIERRA MAdre
Walter Huston, THE TREASURE OF THE SIERRA MADRE
John Ireland, RED RIVER
James Stewart, ROPE

BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS

Joanne Dru, RED RIVER
Eileen Herlie, HAMLET
Jean Simmons, HAMLET
Shirley Temple, FORT APACHE
Lurene Tuttle, MACBETH
Claire Trevor, KEY LARGO

BEST SCREENPLAY

Richard Brooks and John Huston, KEY LARGO
Borden Chase and Charles Schnee, RED RIVER
Hume Cronyn and Arthur Laurents, ROPE
Lucille Fletcher, SORRY, WRONG NUMBER
John Huston, THE TREASURE OF THE SIERRA MADRE

BEST MUSICAL SCORE

Richard Hageman, FORT APACHE
Jacques Ibert, MACBETH
Max Steiner, KING KONG
Max Steiner, THE TREASURE OF THE SIERRA MADRE
Dimitri Tiomkin, RED RIVER
William Walton, HAMLET
Franz Waxman, SORRY, WRONG NUMBER

BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY

Fort Apache
Hamlet
Key Largo
Red River
Rope

BEST ART DIRECTION

Call Northside 777
Hamlet
Macbeth
Rope
The Treasure of the Sierra Madre

BEST COSTUME DESIGN

Hamlet
Key Largo
Macbeth
Red River
The Treasure of the Sierra Madre

BEST EDITING

Fort Apache
Key Largo
Red River
Rope
The Treasure of the Sierra Madre

BEST VISUAL EFFECTS

Fighter Squadron
Hamlet
Macbeth
Rope
Superman: The Serial

BEST SOUND

Fort Apache
Macbeth
Red River
Rope
The Treasure of the Sierra Madre

This, to me, was one of the trickiest years to pin down......so many of the films were this close to equally good. Comments? Compliments? Condemnations?
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Nitpick: Mary Astor wasn't in Citizen Kane.
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Old February 19 2013, 03:32 AM   #71
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So daffy, yet full of vice.
Ally Sheedy cares as well. Mark Hamill fans, stay tuned. My thanks to the Cardinal for catching the 1941 boo-boo. Here's how it should have looked:

Mary Astor, THE MALTESE FALCON
Ingrid Bergman, DR. JEKYLL AND MR. HYDE
Bette Davis, THE LITTLE FOXES
Joan Fontaine, SUSPICION
Maureen O'Hara, HOW GREEN WAS MY VALLEY

There is one other blatant error in the listings thus far which will require some tinkering to totally fix.
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Old February 21 2013, 02:48 AM   #72
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1949


BEST PICTURE

All the King's Men
Battleground
Little Women
Sands of Iwo Jima
The Third Man
Twelve O'Clock High
White Heat

BEST DIRECTOR

Allan Dwan, SANDS OF IWO JIMA
Henry King, TWELVE O'CLOCK HIGH
Mervyn LeRoy, LITTLE WOMEN
Carol Reed, THE THIRD MAN
Robert Rossen, ALL THE KING'S MEN
Raoul Walsh, WHITE HEAT
William A. Wellman, BATTLEGROUND

BEST ACTOR

James Cagney, WHITE HEAT
Broderick Crawford, ALL THE KING'S MEN
Van Johnson, BATTLEGROUND
Gregory Peck, TWELVE O'CLOCK HIGH
John Wayne, SANDS OF IWO JIMA

BEST ACTRESS

June Allyson, LITTLE WOMEN
Janet Leigh, LITTLE WOMEN

Virginia Mayo, WHITE HEAT
Elizabeth Taylor, LITTLE WOMEN
Alida Valli, THE THIRD MAN

BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR

Rossano Brazzi, LITTLE WOMEN
Peter Lawford, LITTLE WOMEN
Ricardo Montalban, BATTLEGROUND
Edmond O'Brien, WHITE HEAT
Orson Welles, THE THIRD MAN

BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS

Mary Astor, LITTLE WOMEN
Adele Mara, SANDS OF IWO JIMA
Mercedes McCambridge, ALL THE KING'S MEN
Margaret O'Brien, LITTLE WOMEN
Margaret Wycherly, WHITE HEAT

BEST SCREENPLAY

Sy Bartlett and Beirne Lay, Jr., TWELVE O'CLOCK HIGH
Ivan Goff and Ben Roberts, WHITE HEAT
James Edward Grant and Harry Brown, SANDS OF IWO JIMA
Graham Greene, THE THIRD MAN
Robert Rossen, ALL THE KING'S MEN

BEST MUSICAL SCORE

Adolph Deutsch, LITTLE WOMEN
Anton Karas, THE THIRD MAN
Alfred Newman, TWELVE O'CLOCK HIGH
Max Steiner, WHITE HEAT
Victor Young, SANDS OF IWO JIMA

BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY

All the King's Men
Battleground
She Wore a Yellow Ribbon
The Third Man
Twelve O'Clock High

BEST ART DIRECTION

Same as above, but The Third Man wins.

BEST COSTUME DESIGN

All the King's Men
Little Women
She Wore a Yellow Ribbon
The Third Man
Twelve O'Clock High

BEST EDITING

Sands of Iwo Jima
She Wore a Yellow Ribbon
The Third Man
Twelve O'Clock High
White Heat

BEST VISUAL EFFECTS

Battleground
Mighty Joe Young
Sands of Iwo Jima
Twelve O'Clock High
White Heat

BEST SOUND

Battleground
Sands of Iwo Jima
She Wore a Yellow Ribbon
Twelve O'Clock High
White Heat

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Re: 98th Annual Ronalds (film nominations)

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I can't wait until we get to '77!
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Old February 22 2013, 02:40 AM   #74
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It just occurred to me that in the case of all the STAR WARS films and the LORD OF THE RINGS trilogy, the only acting nominees for either for the actual Oscars were the token old guys.

1950


BEST PICTURE

The Asphalt Jungle
Cyrano De Bergerac
D.O.A.
The Glass Menagerie
Winchester '73

BEST DIRECTOR

John Huston, THE ASPHALT JUNGLE
Elia Kazan, PANIC IN THE STREETS
Anthony Mann, WINCHESTER '73
Rudolph Mate, D.O.A.
Billy Wilder, SUNSET BOULEVARD

BEST ACTOR

Jose Ferrer, CYRANO DE BERGERAC
Sterling Hayden, THE ASPHALT JUNGLE
William Holden, SUNSET BOULEVARD
Edmond O'Brien, D.O.A.
James Stewart, WINCHESTER '73

BEST ACTRESS

Gertrude Lawrence, THE GLASS MENAGERIE
Mala Powers, CYRANO DE BERGERAC
Gloria Swanson, SUNSET BOULEVARD
Shelley Winters, WINCHESTER '73
Jane Wyman, THE GLASS MENAGERIE

BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR

Neville Brand, D.O.A.
Louis Calhern, THE ASPHALT JUNGLE
Sam Jaffe, THE ASPHALT JUNGLE
Marc Lawrence, THE ASPHALT JUNGLE
James Whitmore, THE ASPHALT JUNGLE

BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS

Barbara Bel Geddes, PANIC IN THE STREETS
Pamela Britton, D.O.A
Beverly Campbell, D.O.A. (aka Beverly Garland)
Jean Hagen, THE ASPHALT JUNGLE
Marilyn Monroe, THE ASPHALT JUNGLE

BEST SCREENPLAY

Peter Berneis and Tennessee Williams, THE GLASS MENAGERIE
Charles Brackett, Billy Wilder and D.M. Marshman, Jr., SUNSET
BOULEVARD
Borden Chase and Robert L. Richards, WINCHESTER '73
Ben Maddow and John Huston, THE ASPHALT JUNGLE
Russell Rouse and Clarence Green, D.O.A.

BEST MUSICAL SCORE

Miklos Rozsa, THE ASPHALT JUNGLE
Walter Scharf, WINCHESTER '73
Dimitri Tiomkin, CYRANO DE BERGERAC
Dimitri Tiomkin, D.O.A.
Franz Waxman, SUNSET BOULEVARD

BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY

Destination Moon
Rio Grande
Sunset Boulevard
Treasure Island
Winchester '73

BEST ART DIRECTION

The Asphalt Jungle
Cyrano De Bergerac
Destination Moon
Sunset Boulevard
Treasure Island

BEST COSTUME DESIGN

Cyrano De Bergerac
Destination Moon
Sunset Boulevard
Treasure Island
Winchester '73

BEST EDITING

The Asphalt Jungle
D.O.A.
Panic in the Streets
Treasure Island
Winchester '73

BEST VISUAL EFFECTS

Destination Moon
Harvey
King Solomon's Mines
Rocketship X-M
Treasure Island

BEST SOUND

Destination Moon
The Gunfighter
Rio Grande
Treasure Island
Winchester '73

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1951


BEST PICTURE

The Day the Earth Stood Still
Rashomon
Strangers on a Train
A Streetcar Named Desire
The Thing from Another World

BEST DIRECTOR

Alfred Hitchcock, STRANGERS ON A TRAIN
Elia Kazan, A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE
Akira Kurosawa, RASHOMON
Christian Nyby, THE THING FROM ANOTHER WORLD
Robert Wise, THE DAY THE EARTH STOOD STILL

BEST ACTOR

Humphrey Bogart, THE AFRICAN QUEEN
Marlon Brando, A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE
Fredric March, DEATH OF A SALESMAN
Michael Rennie, THE DAY THE EARTH STOOD STILL
Robert Walker, STRANGERS ON A TRAIN

BEST ACTRESS

Mildred Dunnock, DEATH OF A SALESMAN
Katharine Hepburn, THE AFRICAN QUEEN
Vivien Leigh, A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE
Patricia Neal, THE DAY THE EARTH STOOD STILL
Ginger Rogers, STORM WARNING

BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR

Robert Cornthwaite, THE THING FROM ANOTHER WORLD
Sam Jaffe, THE DAY THE EARTH STOOD STILL
Karl Malden, A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE
Kevin McCarthy, DEATH OF A SALESMAN
Toshiro Mifune, RASHOMON

(Jaffe is the first supporting performer to win for two consecutive years.)

BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS

Frances Bavier, THE DAY THE EARTH STOOD STILL
Doris Day, STORM WARNING
Audrey Hepburn, THE LAVENDER HILL MOB
Patricia Hitchcock, STRANGERS ON A TRAIN
Kim Hunter, A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE

BEST SCREENPLAY

Raymond Chandler and Czenzi Ormonde, STRANGERS ON A
TRAIN
T.E.B. Clarke, THE LAVENDER HILL MOB
Akira Kurosawa and Shinobu Hashimoto, RASHOMON
Arthur Miller and Stanley Roberts, DEATH OF A SALESMAN
Tennessee Williams, A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE

BEST MUSICAL SCORE

Bernard Herrmann, THE DAY THE EARTH STOOD STILL
Alex North, A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE
Miklos Rozsa, QUO VADIS
Dimitri Tiomkin, STRANGERS ON A TRAIN
Dimitri Tiomkin, THE THING FROM ANOTHER WORLD

BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY

The African Queen
The Day the Earth Stood Still
Rashomon
Strangers on a Train
The Thing from Another World

BEST ART DIRECTION

The Day the Earth Stood Still
Quo Vadis
Rashomon
The Red Badge of Courage
A Streetcar Named Desire

BEST COSTUME DESIGN

The African Queen
The Day the Earth Stood Still
Death of a Salesman
Rashomon
A Streetcar Named Desire

BEST EDITING

The Day the Earth Stood Still
The Lavender Hill Mob
Rashomon
Strangers on a Train
The Thing from Another World

BEST VISUAL EFFECTS

The Day the Earth Stood Still
Operation Pacific
Strangers on a Train
The Thing from Another World
When Worlds Collide

BEST SOUND

The Day the Earth Stood Still
Quo Vadis
Rashomon
Strangers on a Train
The Thing from Another World

''Let's send this p----k to Valhalla.''-----Lance Henriksen.
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