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1940 1949

  1. 1. The Academy Awards<br />1940-1949<br />
  2. 2. 1940<br />Best Picture: Rebecca (Selznick, United Artists-David O’Selznick) <br />Best Actor: James Stewart- The Philadelphia Story<br />Best Actress: Ginger Rogers- Kitty Foyle<br />Best Supporting Actor: Walter Brennan-The Westerner <br />Best Supporting Actress: Jane Darwell- The Grapes of Wrath<br />Best Director: John Ford- The Grapes of Wrath<br />Best Screenplay-Adaptation: Donald Ogden Stewart- The Philadelphia Story<br />Best Original Story: Benjamin Glazer & John S. Toldy- Arise, My Love<br />Best Original Screenplay: Preston Sturges- The Great McGinty<br />
  3. 3. 1941<br />Best Picture: How Green Was My Valley (20th Century Fox-Darryl F. Zanuck)<br />Best Actor: Gary Cooper- Sergeant York<br />Best Actress: Joan Fontaine-Suspicion<br />Best Supporting Actor: Donald Crisp- How Green Was My Valley<br />Best Supporting Actress: Mary Astor- The Great Lie<br />Best Director: John Ford- How Green Was My Valley<br />Best Screenplay-Adaptation: Sidney Buchman & Seton I. Miller- Here Comes Mr. Jordan<br />Best Original Motion Picture Story: Harry Segal- Here Comes Mr. Jordan<br />Best Original Screenplay: Herman J. Mankiewicz & Orson Welles- Citizen Kane<br />
  4. 4. 1942<br />Best Picture: Mrs. Miniver (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer- Samuel Franklin)<br />Best Actor: James Cagney- Yankee Doodle Dandy<br />Best Actress: Greer Garson- Mrs. Miniver<br />Best Supporting Actor: Van Heflin- Johnny Eager<br />Best Supporting Actress: Teresa Wright- Mrs. Miniver<br />Best Director: William Wyler- Mrs. Miniver<br />Best Screenplay-Adaptation: Arthur Wimperis, George Froeschel, James Hilton & Claudine West- Mrs. Miniver<br />Best Original Motion Picture Story: Emeric Pressburger- The Invaders<br />Best Original Screenplay: Ring Lardner, Jr. & Michael Kanin- Woman of the Year<br />
  5. 5. 1943<br />Best Picture: Casablanca (Warner Bros.-Hal B. Wallis)<br />Best Actor: Paul Lukas- Watch on the Rhine<br />Best Actress: Jennifer Jones- The Song of Bernadette<br />Best Supporting Actor: Charles Coburn- The More the Merrier<br />Best Supporting Actress: Katina Paxinou- For Whom the Bell Tolls<br />Best Director: Michael Curtiz- Casablanca<br />Best Screenplay-Adaptation: Julius J. Epstein, Philip G. Epstein, Howard Koch- Casablanca<br />Best Original Motion Picture Story: William Saroyan- The Human Comedy<br />Best Original Screenplay: Norman Krasna- Princess O&apos;Rourke<br />
  6. 6. 1944<br />Best Picture: Going My Way (Paramount-Leo McCarey)<br />Best Actor: Bing Crosby- Going My Way<br />Best Actress: Ingrid Bergman- Gaslight<br />Best Supporting Actor: Barry <br />Fitzgerald- Going My Way<br />Best Supporting Actress: Ethel Barrymore- None But the Lonely Heart<br />Best Director: Leo McCarey- Going My Way<br />Best Screenplay-Adaptation: Frank Butler, Frank Cavett- Going My Way<br />Best Original Motion Picture Story: LeoMcCarey- Going My Way<br />Best Original Screenplay: Lamar Trotti- Wilson<br />
  7. 7. 1945<br />Best Picture: The Lost Weekend (Paramount-Charles Brackett)<br />Best Actor: Ray Milland- The Lost Weekend<br />Best Actress: Joan Crawford- Mildred Pierce<br />Best Supporting Actor: James Dunn- A Tree Grows in Brooklyn<br />Best Supporting Actress: Anne Revere- National Velvet<br />Best Director: Billy Wilder- The Lost Weekend<br />Best Screenplay-Adaptation: Charles Brackett, Billy Wilder - The Lost Weekend<br />Best Original Motion Picture Story: Charles G. Booth- The House On 92nd Street<br />Best Original Screenplay: Richard Schweizer- Marie-Louise<br />
  8. 8. 1946<br />Best Picture: The Best Years of Our Lives (RKO Radio-Samuel Goldwyn)<br />Best Actor: Fredric March- The Best Years of Our Lives <br />Best Actress: Olivia de Havilland- To Each His Own<br />Best Supporting Actor: Harold Russell- The Best Years of Our Lives <br />Best Supporting Actress: Anne Baxter- The Razor’s Edge<br />Best Director: William Wyler- The Best Years of Our Lives<br />Best Screenplay-Adaptation: Robert E. Sherwood- The Best Years of Our Lives <br />Best Original Motion Picture Story: Clemence Dane- Vacation From Marriage<br />Best Original Screenplay: Muriel Box & Sydney Box- The Seventh Veil<br />
  9. 9. 1947<br />Best Picture: Gentleman’s Agreement (20th Century Fox-Darryl F. Zanuck)<br />Best Actor: Ronald Colman- A Double Life<br />Best Actress: Loretta Young-The Farmer’s Daughter<br />Best Supporting Actor: Edmund Gwenn- Miracle On 34th Street<br />Best Supporting Actress: Celeste Holm- Gentleman’s Agreement<br />
  10. 10. 1947 Continued…<br />Best Director: Elia Kazan- Gentleman’s Agreement<br />Best Screenplay-Adaptation: George Seaton- Miracle On 34th Street<br />Best Motion Picture Story: Valentine Davies- Miracle On 34th Street<br />Best Original Screenplay: Sidney Sheldon- The Bachelor And The Bobby-Soxer<br />Best Foreign Language Film: Shoe Shine (Sciuscià)-Italy<br />
  11. 11. 1948<br />Best Picture: Hamlet (J. Arthur Rank-Two Cities Films, U-I –Lawrence Olivier)<br />Best Actor: Lawrence Olivier- Hamlet<br />Best Actress: Jane Wyman- Johnny Belinda<br />Best Supporting Actor: Walter Huston- The Treasure of the Sierra Madre<br />Best Supporting Actress: Claire Trevor- Key Largo<br />
  12. 12. 1948 Continued…<br />Best Director: John Huston- The Treasure of the Sierra Madre<br />Best Screenplay-Adaptation: John Huston- The Treasure of the Sierra Madre<br />Best Motion Picture Story: Richard Schweizer & David Wechsler- The Search<br />Best Foreign Language Film: Monsieur Vincent (France)<br />
  13. 13. 1949<br />Best Picture: All the King’s Men (Rossen, Columbia-Robert Rossen)<br />Best Actor: Broderick Crawford- All the King’s Men <br />Best Actress: Olivia de Havilland- The Heiress<br />Best Supporting Actor: Dean Jagger- Twelve O&apos;Clock High <br />Best Supporting Actress: Mercedes McCambridge- All the King’s Men<br />Best Director: Joseph L. Mankiewicz- A Letter to Three Wives<br />Best Screenplay-Adaptation: Joseph L. Mankiewicz- A Letter to Three Wives<br />Best Motion Picture Story: Douglas Morrow- The Stratton Story<br />Best Story & Screenplay-Original: Robert Pirosh- Battleground<br />Best Foreign Language Film: The Bicycle Thief (Ladri di biciclette)- Italy<br />

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