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  • The Academy Awards
  • 1927/1928
    Best Picture: Wings (Paramount Famous Players-Lasky- Lucien Hibbard)
    Best Actor: Emil Jannings -The Last Command & The
    Way of the Flesh
    Best Actress: Janet Gaynor -Seventh
    Heaven, Street Angel& Sunrise
    Best Director (Dramatic): Frank Borzage- Seventh Heaven
    Best Director (Comedy): Lewis Milestone- Two Arabian Knights
    Best Adaptation: Benjamin Glazer- Seventh Heaven
    Best Original Story: Ben Hecht-Underworld
  • 1928/1929
    Best Picture: The Broadway Melody (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer- Harry Rapf)
    Best Actor: Warner Baxter-In Old Arizona
    Best Actress: Mary Pickford-Coquette
    Best Director: Frank Lloyd-The Divine Lady
    Best Writing Achievement-Screenplay:
    Hans Kraly-The Patriot
  • 1929/1930
    Best Picture: All Quiet on the Western Front (Universal- Carl Laemmle Jr.)
    Best Actor: George Arliss-Disraeli
    Best Actress: Norma Shearer-The Divorcee
    Best Director: Lewis Milestone- All Quiet on the Western Front
    Best Writing Achievement -Screenplay: Frances Marion-The Big House
  • 1930/1931
    Best Picture: Cimarron (RKO Radio- William LeBaron)
    Best Actor: Lionel Barrymore-A Free Soul
    Best Actress: Marie Dressler-Min and Bill
    Best Director: Norman Taurog -Skippy
    Best Writing-Adaptation: Howard Estabrook- Cimarron
    Best Original Story: John Monk Saunders-The Dawn Patrol
  • 1931/1932
    Best Picture: Grand Hotel (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer- Irving Thalberg)
    Best Actor: Fredric March- Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde
    & Wallace Beery- The Champ
    Best Actress: Helen Hayes-The Sin of Madelon Claudet
    Best Director: Frank Borzage-Bad Girl
    Best Writing-Adaptation: Edwin Burke-Bad Girl
    Best Original Story: Frances Marion-The Champ
  • 1932/1933
    Best Picture: Cavalcade (Fox- Winfield Sheehan)
    Best Actor: Charles Laughton-The Private Life of Henry VIII
    Best Actress: Katharine Hepburn-Morning Glory
    Best Director: Frank Lloyd-Cavalcade
    Best Writing-Adaptation: Vistor Heerman & Sarah Y. Mason-Little Women
    Best Original Story: Robert Lord- One Way Passage
  • 1934
    Best Picture: It Happened One Night (Columbia- Harry Cohn
    Best Actor: Clark Gable-It Happened One Night
    Best Actress: Claudette Colbert-
    It Happened One Night
    Best Director: Frank Capra-It Happened One Night
    Best Writing-Adaptation: Robert Riskin-It Happened One Night
    Best Original Story: Arthur Caesar- Manhattan Melodrama
  • 1935
    Best Picture: Mutiny on the Bounty (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer- Irving Thalberg with Albert Lewin)
    Best Actor: Victor McLaglen-The Informer
    Best Actress: Bette Davis-
    Best Director: John Ford-The Informer
    Best Screenplay-Adaptation: Dudley Nichols-The Informer
    Best Original Story: Ben Hecht & Charles MacArthur-The Scoundrel
  • 1936
    Best Picture: The Great Ziegfeld (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer- Hunt Stromberg
    Best Actor: Paul Muni-The Story of Louis Pasteur
    Best Actress: Luise Rainer-The Great Ziegfeld
    Best Supporting Actor: Walter Brennan-
    Come and Get It
    Best Supporting Actress: Gale Sondergaard-Anthony Adverse
    Best Director: Frank Capra-Mr. Deeds Goes to Town
    Best Screenplay-Adaptation: Pierre Collings & Sheridan
    Gibney-The Story Of Louis Pasteur
    Best Original Story: Pierre Collings & Sheridan Gibney-The Story Of Louis Pasteur
  • 1937
    Best Picture: The Life of Emile Zola (Warner Brothers- Henry Blanke0
    Best Actor: Spencer Tracy-Captains Courageous
    Best Actress: Luise Rainer-The Good Earth
    Best Supporting Actor: Joseph Schildkraut-The Life of Emile Zola
    Best Supporting Actress: Alice Brady-In Old Chicago
    Best Director: Leo McCarey-The Awful Truth
    Best Screenplay-Adaptation: Norman Reilly Raine, Heinz Herald,& Geza Herczeg- The Life of Emile Zola
    Best Original Story: William A. Wellman & Robert Carson-A Star is Born
  • 1938
    Best Picture: You Can’t Take It With You (Columbia- Frank Capra)
    Best Actor: Spencer Tracy-Boys Town
    Best Actress:Bette Davis-Jezebel
    Best Supporting Actor: Walter Brennan-Kentucky
    Best Supporting Actress: Fay Bainter-Jezebel
    Best Director: Frank Capra-You Can't Take It With
    Best Screenplay-Adaptation: Cecil Lewis, W. P. Lipscomb,& Ian Dalrymple- George Bernard Shaw (Screenplay)-Pygmalion
    Best Original Story: Dore Schary & Eleanore Griffin-Boys Town
  • 1939
    Best Picture: Gone With the Wind (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer- David O’Selznick)
    Best Actor: Robert Donat-Goodbye, Mr. Chips
    Best Actress: Vivien Leigh-Gone With the Wind
    Best Supporting Actor: Thomas Mitchell- Stagecoach
    Best Supporting Actress: Hattie McDaniel-Gone With
    the Wind
    Best Director: Victor Fleming-Gone With the Wind
    Best Screenplay-Adaptation: Sidney Howard- Gone With the Wind
    Best Original Story: Lewis R. Foster-Mr. Smith Goes to Washington