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1950 1959

  1. 1. Academy Awards<br />1950-1959<br />
  2. 2. 1950<br />Best Picture: All About Eve (20th Century Fox- Darryl F. Zanuck)<br />Best Actor: Jose Ferrer- Cyrano de Bergerac<br />Best Actress: Judy Holiday- Born Yesterday<br />Best Supporting Actor: George Sanders- All About Eve<br />Best Supporting Actress: Josephine Hull- Harvey<br />Best Director: Joseph L. Mankiewicz- All About Eve<br />
  3. 3. 1950 Continued…<br />Best Screenplay- Adaptation: Joseph L. Mankiewicz- All About Eve<br />Best Motion Picture Story: Edna Anhalt & Edward Anhalt- Panic in the Streets<br />Best Story & Screenplay-Original: Charles Brackett, Billy Wilder& D. M. Marshman, Jr.- Sunset Boulevard<br />Best Foreign Language Film: The Walls of Malapaga (Au-delà des grilles/French & Le mura di Malapaga/Italian)- France & Italy<br />
  4. 4. 1951<br />Best Picture: An American in Paris (Metro- Goldwyn-Mayer- Arthur Freed )<br />Best Actor: Humphrey Bogart- The African Queen<br />Best Actress: Vivien Leigh- A Streetcar Named Desire<br />Best Supporting Actor: Karl Malden- A Streetcar Named Desire<br />Best Supporting Actress: Kim Hunter- A Streetcar Named Desire<br />
  5. 5. 1951 Continued…<br />Best Director: George Stevens- A Place in the Sun<br />Best Screenplay-Adaptation: Michael Wilson & Harry Brown- A Place in the Sun<br />Best Motion Picture Story: Paul Dehn & James Bernard- Seven Days to Noon<br />Best Story & Screenplay-Original: Alan Jay Lerner – An American in Paris<br />Best Foreign Language Film: Rashomon (Rashômon羅生門)- Japan<br />
  6. 6. 1952<br />Best Picture: The Greatest Show On Earth (Paramount- Cecil. B. DeMille)<br />Best Actor: Gary Cooper- High Noon<br />Best Actress: Shirley Booth- Come Back, Little Sheba <br />Best Supporting Actor: Anthony Quinn- Viva Zapata <br />Best Supporting Actress: Gloria Grahame- The Bad and the Beautiful<br />Best Director: John Ford- The Quiet Man<br />
  7. 7. 1952 Continued…<br />Best Screenplay-Adaptation: Charles Schnee- The Bad and the Beautiful<br />Best Motion Picture Story: Frederic M. Frank, Theodore St. John, <br />Frank Cavett- The Greatest Show On Earth<br />Best Story & Screenplay-Original: T. E. B. Clarke- The Lavender Hill Mob<br />Best Foreign Language Film: Forbidden Games (Jeux interdits)- France<br />
  8. 8. 1953<br />Best Picture: From Here to Eternity (Columbia- Buddy Adler)<br /> Best Actor: William Holden- Stalag 17<br /> Best Actress: Audrey Hepburn- <br /> Roman Holiday<br />Best Supporting Actor: Frank Sinatra- From Here to Eternity<br />Best Supporting Actress: Donna Reed- From Here To Eternity<br />Best Director: Fred Zinnemann- From Here to Eternity<br />Best Screenplay-Adaptation: Daniel Taradash – From <br /> Here to Eternity<br />Best Motion Picture Story: Dalton Trumbo (Ian <br /> McLellan Hunter [alias])- Roman Holiday<br />Best Story & Screenplay-Original: Charles Brackett, Walter Reisch & Richard Breen- Titanic<br />
  9. 9. 1954<br />Best Picture: On the Waterfront (Columbia- Sam Spiegel)<br />Best Actor: Marlon Brando- On the Waterfront<br />Best Actress: Grace Kelly- The Country Girl<br />Best Supporting Actor: Edmond O&apos;Brien- The Barefoot Contessa<br />Best Supporting Actress: Eva Marie Saint- On the <br /> Waterfront<br />Best Director: Elia Kazan- On the Waterfront<br />Best Screenplay-Adaptation: George Seaton- The Country Girl<br />Best Motion Picture Story: Philip Yordan- Broken Lance<br />Best Story & Screenplay-Original: Budd Schulberg- On the Waterfront<br />Best Foreign Language Film: Gate of Hell (Jigokumon/地獄門)- Japan<br />
  10. 10. 1955<br />Best Picture: Marty (United Artists- Harold Hecht)<br />Best Actor: Ernest Borgnine- Marty<br />Best Actress: Anna Magnani- The Rose Tattoo<br />Best Supporting Actor: Jack Lemmon- Mister Roberts<br />Best Supporting Actress: Jo Van Fleet- East of Eden<br />Best Director: Delbert Mann- Marty<br />Best Screenplay-Adaptation: Paddy Chayefsky - Marty<br />Best Motion Picture Story: Daniel Fuchs- Love Me or Leave Me<br />Best Story & Screenplay-Original: William Ludwig, Sonya Levien – Interrupted Melody<br />Best Foreign Language Film: Samuri, The Legend of Musashi (Miyamoto Musashi/宮本武蔵)- Japan<br />
  11. 11. 1956<br />Best Picture: Around The World In 80 Days (United Artists- Michael Todd)<br />Best Actor: Yul Brynner- The King and I<br />Best Actress: Ingrid Bergman- Anastasia<br />Best Supporting Actor: Anthony Quinn- Lust for Life<br />Best Supporting Actress: Dorothy Malone- Written on the Wind<br />Best Director: George Stevens- Giant<br />
  12. 12. 1956 Continued…<br />Best Screenplay-Adaptation: James Poe, John Farrow & S. J. Perelman- Around The World In 80 Days<br />Best Motion Picture Story: Dalton Trumbo (Robert Rich [alias])- The Brave One <br />Best Original Screenplay: Albert Lamorisse- The Red Balloon<br />Best Foreign Language Film: La Strada- Italy<br />
  13. 13. 1957<br />Best Picture: The Bridge on the River Kwai (Columbia- Sam Spiegel)<br />Best Actor: Alec Guinness- The Bridge on the River Kwai<br />Best Actress: Joanne Woodward- The Three Faces of Eve<br />Best Supporting Actor: Red Buttons- Sayonara<br />Best Supporting Actress: Miyoshi Umeki- Sayonara<br />Best Director: David Lean- The Bridge on the River Kwai <br />Best Adapted Screenplay: Pierre Boulle, Michael Wilson & Carl Foreman- The Bridge on the River Kwai <br />Best Original Screenplay: George Wells- Designing Woman<br />Best Foreign Language Film: The Nights of Cabiria (Le notti di Cabiria)- Italy<br />
  14. 14. 1958<br />Best Picture: Gigi (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer- Arthur Freed)<br />Best Actor: David Niven- Separate Tables<br />Best Actress: Susan Hayward- I Want to Live!<br />Best Supporting Actor: Burl Ives- The Big Country<br />Best Supporting Actress: Wendy Hiller- Separate Tables<br />Best Director: Vincente Minnelli- Gigi<br />Best Adapted Screenplay: Alan Jay Learner- Gigi <br />Best Original Screenplay: Nedrick Young, Harold Jacob Smith- The Defiant Ones<br />Best Foreign Language Film: My Uncle (Mon oncle)- France<br />
  15. 15. 1959<br />Best Picture: Ben-Hur (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer- Sam Zimbalist)<br />Best Actor: Charlton Heston- Ben-Hur<br />Best Actress: Simone Signoret- Room at the Top<br />Best Supporting Actor: Hugh Griffith- Ben-Hur<br />Best Supporting Actress: Shelley Winters- The Diary of Anne Frank<br />Best Director: William Wyler- Ben-Hur<br />Best Adapted Screenplay: Neil Paterson- Room at the Top<br />Best Original Screenplay: Russell Rouse, Clarence Greene, Stanley Shapiro & Maurice Richlin- Pillow Talk<br />Best Foreign Language Film: Black Orpheus (Orfeu Negro)- France<br />