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Ten Best Picture winning films have gone on to win Best Picture without receiving any acting nominations for any of its cast. Can you guess which ones they are?
WINGS, ALL QUIET ON THE WESTERN FRONT, GRAND HOTEL, AN AMERICAN IN PARIS, THE GREATEST SHOW ON EARTH, AROUND THE WORLD IN 80 DAYS, GIGI, THE LAST EMPEROR, BRAVEHEART, and THE LORD OF THE RINGS: THE RETURN OF THE KING

What were the three awards given during Oscar's first year only that were never given again?
BEST ARTISTIC QUALITY OF PRODUCTION, BEST TITLE WRITING (an award for silent films), BEST COMEDY DIRECTION

There are only three films in history that have won the top five major awards, for Picture, Actor, Actress, Director, and Screenplay. Do you know them?
IT HAPPENED ONE NIGHT, ONE FLEW OVER THE CUCKOO'S NEST, THE SILENCE OF THE LAMBS

The actress who has received the most acting nominations is Meryl Streep with 16 nominations currently and the potential to gain more.  Katharine Hepburn was the previous record holder with 12 nominations, and she still holds the record for the most Oscar wins by an actress, with 4 Best Actress trophies.

Jack Nicholson is Oscar's most honored male actor, currently with 12 nominations, and 3 Oscar wins, most recently in 1997 for AS GOOD AS IT GETS.

Talk about a perennial Oscar favorite : Woody Allen, having only one acting nomination, has been nominated 19 times for either writing or directing.

The youngest Oscar winner ever? Tatum O'Neal, who at age 10 in 1973 won the Best Supporting Actress Oscar for PAPER MOON. Justin Henry in KRAMER VS. KRAMER was the youngest ever nominated.

The oldest Oscar winner over? 81 year old Jessica Tandy, for DRIVING MISS DAISY in 1989. Gloria Stuart is the oldest nominee ever, nominated in 1997 for TITANIC at the age of 87.

Who are Oscar's most honored film directors? William Wyler has 12 nominations for Best Director, the most for any director, and he won three times. One director has won more Oscars for directing though, and that is John Ford, winning four Oscars for directing. Ford was always well known for his Westerns, but amazingly his four directing Oscars came for films that were unlike the films we usually associate with him ... can you name them? He won for directing THE INFORMER, THE GRAPES OF WRATH, HOW GREEN WAS MY VALLEY, and THE QUIET MAN.

Five individuals have won back to back Oscars one year after another, can you name them? Luise Rainer was the first, in 1936 and 1937. Spencer Tracy won the lead acting Oscar two years in a row, 1937 and 1938. Katharine Hepburn won the Lead Actress Oscar two years in a row in 1967 and 1968, and then Jason Robards won the Supporting Actor Oscar two years back to back in 1976 and 1977. Most recently, Tom Hanks won back to back Oscars in 1993 and 1994 for two very different performances, a gay lawyer dying of AIDS in PHILADELPHIA, and a simple man making his way through life in FORREST GUMP.

Best Picture winners are typically films with long running times, but which three films are the longest? Three run more than three and a half hours ... GONE WITH THE WIND, LAWRENCE OF ARABIA, and BEN-HUR.

Speaking of length, what Oscar ceremony was the longest in history? It wasn't too long ago! It was the 74th Annual Academy Awards, honoring the films of 2001, that ran some four hours and eighteen minutes by varying accounts of it. Before that, it was the 1999 telecast that ran four hours and eight minutes long, one of only three to run past four hours! The 1998 telecast ran four hours and two minutes.

I bet you didn't know that it wasn't until 1985 that all 10 leading acting nominees were Americans!

Only two actors have won Oscars for a performance in a foreign language film ... Sophia Loren in TWO WOMEN and more recently, Roberto Benigni for LIFE IS BEAUTIFUL.

Who has hosted the Oscar telecast the most? No surprise here, Bob Hope is the reigning champ, hosting the show 18 different times between 1939 and 1977. Billy Crystal is the next runner up, having hosted eight times. Johnny Carson did it five times, Jack Lemmon and Whoopi Goldberg did it four times, and David Niven hosted the Oscars three times.

It's still hard to believe, but in 1941, when Orson Welles won the Screenplay Oscar for his immortal classic CITIZEN KANE, the film almost universally regarded as one of the greatest of all time, he was actually booed by the Oscar audience at the time. Some genuises just are not recognized in their time.

There is actually one Best Picture winning film that was originally a television series : MARTY, the Best Picture winner of 1955.

Oscar's most honored individuals: In the Best Actress category, as you probably know, Katharine Hepburn once held the all time record, with 12 nominations spanning from 1932 to 1981. And she has also won the most acting Oscars of any other actor, 4 of them. Do you know for which films she won for? MORNING GLORY, GUESS WHO'S COMING TO DINNER, THE LION IN WINTER, and ON GOLDEN POND. Meryl Streep recently surpassed Hepburn with 13 nominations, but not as many wins. The other most honored leading actresses include Bette Davis, with 11 nominations. Geraldine Page received 8 Best Actress nominations, Greer Garson and Jane Fonda each received the honor of a nomination 7 times, as well as Ingrid Bergman.

How about the leading actors? Jack Nicholson leads the pack, with 12 nominations and 3 Oscar victories, all happening since 1969. Laurence Olivier received 10 nominations, Spencer Tracy and Paul Newman were nominated 9 times, and a fine group of actors were nominated 8 times : Marlon Brando, Jack Lemmon, and Al Pacino. And poor Peter O'Toole and Richard Burton -- they each were nominated 7 times, but never won.

Only five actors have managed the feat of winning back-to-back Oscars, in other words, winning Oscars two years in a row ... they include Tom Hanks, Spencer Tracy, Luise Rainer, Katharine Hepburn, and Jason Robards.

Two directors have managed the feat of winning back-to-back directing Oscars. They were John Ford (for THE GRAPES OF WRATH and HOW GREEN WAS MY VALLEY in the early 40's), and Joseph Mankiewicz for PEOPLE WILL TALK and ALL ABOUT EVE right around 1950.

Two films share an honor they probably would rather not share ... two films have been nominated for 11 Oscars, without winning a single one of the awards they were nominated for. They were THE COLOR PURPLE and THE TURNING POINT.


How often has the Best Picture winner and the Best Director winner been for different films?

It has happened quite a few times in the Academy's history, where the Best Director did not end up directing the chosen Best Picture ... it hasn't happened as frequently in the contemporary cinema, but has still happened.

Here is when it has happened (I list the year, who won Best Director, and the other film that won Best Picture):

2005 : Ang Lee for BROKEBACK MOUNTAIN
(Crash won Best Picture)

2002 : Roman Polanski for THE PIANIST
(Chicago won Best Picture)

2000 : Steven Soderbergh for TRAFFIC 
(Gladiator won Best Picture)

1998 : Steven Spielberg for SAVING PRIVATE RYAN
(Shakespeare in Love won Best Picture)

1989 : Oliver Stone for BORN ON THE FOURTH OF JULY
(Driving Miss Daisy won Best Picture)

1981 : Warren Beatty for REDS
(Chariots of Fire won Best Picture)

1972 : Bob Fosse for CABARET
(The Godfather won Best Picture)

1967 : Mike Nichols for THE GRADUATE
(In The Heat of the Night won Best Picture)

1956 : George Stevens for GIANT
(Around the World in 80 Days won Best Picture)

1952 : John Ford for THE QUIET MAN
(The Greatest Show on Earth won Best Picture)

1951 : George Stevens for A PLACE IN THE SUN
(An American in Paris won Best Picture)

1949 : Joseph L. Mankiewicz for A LETTER TO THREE WIVES
(All The King's Men won Best Picture)

1948 : John Huston for THE TREASURE OF THE SIERRA MADRE
(Hamlet won Best Picture)

1940 : John Ford for THE GRAPES OF WRATH
(Hitchcock's Rebecca won Best Picture)

1937 : Leo McCarey for THE AWFUL TRUTH
(The Life of Emile Zola won Best Picture)

1936 : Frank Capra for MR. DEEDS GOES TO TOWN
(The Great Ziegfeld won Best Picture)

1935 : John Ford for THE INFORMER
(Mutiny on the Bounty won Best Picture)

1931 / 32 : Frank Borzage for BAD GIRL
(Grand Hotel won Best Picture)

1930 / 31 : Norman Taurog for SKIPPY
(Cimarron won Best Picture)

1928 / 29 : Frank Lloyd for THE DIVINE LADY
(The Broadway Melody won Best Picture)

And in the Academy's first year, the directing prizes were split into drama and comedy, and went to

1927 / 28 :
COMEDY = Lewis Milestone for TWO ARABIAN KNIGHTS
DRAMA = Frank Borzage for 7TH
(Wings won Best Picture)


What Best Picture winners did not go on to win a screenplay Oscar or a directing Oscar?

Well, here's the info ... Best Picture winners that did not win a screenplay award or Best Director ...


DIDN'T WIN A BEST DIRECTOR OR SCREENPLAY AWARD
2002: CHICAGO
2000: GLADIATOR
1949: ALL THE KING'S MEN
1948: HAMLET
1940: REBECCA
1936: THE GREAT ZIEGFELD
1935: MUTINY ON THE BOUNTY
1931/32: GRAND HOTEL
1928/29: THE BROADWAY MELODY
1927/28: WINGS


WON A SCREENPLAY AWARD, BUT NOT BEST DIRECTOR
1998: SHAKESPEARE IN LOVE
1989: DRIVING MISS DAISY
1981: CHARIOTS OF FIRE
1972: THE GODFATHER
1967: IN THE HEAT OF THE NIGHT
1956: AROUND THE WORLD IN 80 DAYS
1952: THE GREATEST SHOW ON EARTH
1951: AN AMERICAN IN PARIS
1937: THE LIFE OF EMILE ZOLA
1930/31: CIMARRON


WON BEST DIRECTOR, BUT NOT A SCREENPLAY OSCAR
1997: TITANIC
1996: THE ENGLISH PATIENT
1995: BRAVEHEART
1992: UNFORGIVEN
1986: PLATOON
1978: THE DEER HUNTER
1976: ROCKY
1968: OLIVER!
1965: THE SOUND OF MUSIC
1964: MY FAIR LADY
1962: LAWRENCE OF ARABIA
1961: WEST SIDE STORY
1959: BEN-HUR
1947: GENTLEMAN'S AGREEMENT
1941: HOW GREEN WAS MY VALLEY
1938: YOU CAN'T TAKE IT WITH YOU
1932/33: CALVACADE
1929/30: ALL QUIET ON THE WESTERN FRONT

One interesting thing to note in looking over the Best Picture winning films that had won Best Director, but did not get a screenplay Oscar ... I think we can spot another trend. The really huge epic films tend to win Picture and Director, but don't typically win a writing award. Huge epics or musicals don't tend to win screenwriting awards ... epics like TITANIC, LAWRENCE OF ARABIA, BEN-HUR, BRAVEHEART, PLATOON ... and all the musicals in there ...


The Academy traditionally brings out a big star or famous name to present its biggest award of each Oscar Night ... Best Picture (especially in more recent times). Here's a list of all of the individuals who opened that biggest of envelopes and announced the Academy's Best Picture each year:

1927-28: Douglas Fairbanks
1928-29: William C. DeMille
1929-30: Louis B. Mayer
1930-31: B.P. Schulberg
1931-32: William LeBaron
1932-33: Will Rogers
1934: Irvin S. Cobb
1935: Harry Cohn
1936: George Jessel
1937: Frank Capra
1938: James Roosevelt
1939: Y. Frank Freeman
1940: Mervyn LeRoy
1941: David O. Selznick
1942: William Goetz
1943: Sidney Franklin
1944: Hal Wallis
1945: Eric Johnston
1946: Eric Johnston
1947: Fredric March
1948: Ethel Barrymore
1949: James Cagney
1950: Ralph Bunche
1951: Jesse Lasky
1952: Mary Pickford
1953: Cecil B. DeMille
1954: Buddy Adler
1955: Audrey Hepburn (on film)
1956: Janet Gaynor
1957: Gary Cooper
1958: Ingrid Bergman
1959: Gary Cooper
1960: Audrey Hepburn
1961: Fred Astaire
1962: Olivia de Havilland
1963: Frank Sinatra
1964: Gregory Peck
1965: Jack Lemmon
1966: Audrey Hepburn
1967: Julie Andrews
1968: Sidney Poitier
1969: Elizabeth Taylor
1970: Steve McQueen
1971: Jack Nicholson
1972: Clint Eastwood
1973: Elizabeth Taylor
1974: Warren Beatty
1975: Audrey Hepburn
1976: Jack Nicholson
1977: Jack Nicholson
1978: John Wayne
1979: Charlton Heston
1980: Lillian Gish
1981: Loretta Young
1982: Carol Burnett
1983: Frank Capra
1984: Laurence Olivier
1985: John Huston, Akira Kurosawa, and Billy Wilder
1986: Dustin Hoffman
1987: Eddie Murphy
1988: Cher
1989: Warren Beatty and Jack Nicholson
1990: Barbra Streisand
1991: Elizabeth Taylor and Paul Newman
1992: Jack Nicholson
1993: Harrison Ford
1994: Robert De Niro and Al Pacino
1995: Sidney Poitier
1996: Al Pacino
1997: Sean Connery
1998: Harrison Ford
1999: Clint Eastwood
2000: Michael Douglas
2001: Tom Hanks
2002: Michael Douglas & Kirk Douglas
2003: Steven Spielberg
2004: Dustin Hoffman & Barbra Streisand
2005: Jack Nicholson
2006: Jack Nicholson and Diane Keaton
2007: Denzel Washington
2008: Steven Spielberg
2009: Tom Hanks
2010: Steven Spielberg
2011: Tom Cruise
2012: Jack Nicholson & First Lady Michelle Obama
2013: Will Smith


Ever wonder who the youngest and oldest nominees and winners have been in the major categories?

BEST ACTOR
Youngest nominee: Jackie Cooper, age 10, for Skippy in 1931
Youngest winner: Adrien Brody, age 29, for The Pianist in 2002
Oldest nominee: Richard Farnsworth, age 79, for The Straight Story in 1999
Oldest winner: Henry Fonda, age 76, for On Golden Pond in 1981

BEST ACTRESS
Youngest nominee: Keisha-Castle Hughes, age 13, for Whale Rider in 2003
Youngest winner: Marlee Matlin, age 21, for Children of a Lesser God in 1986
Oldest nominee: Jessica Tandy, age 81, for Driving Miss Daisy in 1989
Oldest winner: Jessica Tandy, age 81, for Driving Miss Daisy in 1989

BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR
Youngest nominee: Justin Henry, age 9, for Kramer vs. Kramer in 1979
Youngest winner: Timothy Hutton, age 19, for Ordinary People in 1980
Oldest nominee: George Burns, age 80, for The Sunshine Boys in 1975
Oldest winner: George Burns, age 80, for The Sunshine Boys in 1975

BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS
Youngest nominee: Mary Badham, age 9, for To Kill A Mockingbird in 1962
Youngest winner: Tatum O'Neal, age 10, for Paper Moon in 1973
Oldest nominee: Gloria Stuart, age 87, for Titanic in 1997
Oldest winner: Peggy Ashcroft, age 77, for A Passage to India in 1984

BEST DIRECTOR
Youngest nominee: John Singleton, age 24, for Boyz N The Hood in 1991
Youngest winner: William Friedkin, age 32, for The French Connection in 1971
Oldest nominee: John Huston, age 79, for Prizzi's Honor in 1985
Oldest winner: Clint Eastwood, age 74, for Million Dollar Baby in 2004

The overall youngest person to actually receive a Oscar however was Shirley
Temple, receiving a non-competitive honorary Oscar in 1934.


Ever wondered what film director directed the most actors to Oscar victories? It was William Wyler, who directed 14 actors to acting award victories. Elia Kazan was second with 9 Oscar winning actors, followed by Fred Zinnemann with 6, and George Cukor, John Ford, and Woody Allen, all directing 5 actors to Oscar victories. For a complete look at the entire history of directors and how many acting victories they directed, click here.


Two countries are tied for having the most Best Foreign Language Film Oscar winners. France and Italy are tied with 12 films a piece winning foreign film honors since the Foreign Film award officially became a competitive award (it was awarded for several years as a Special Academy Award before the first competitive one given in 1948). Russia/former Soviet Union is second with 4 films winning the Oscar, and here are the rest.

(3) Japan, Sweden, Czechoslovakia/Czech Republic, Spain, Netherlands
(2) Switzerland, Denmark, Germany
(1) Algeria, Ivory Coast, Hungary, Argentina, Taiwan, Bosnia & Herzegovina


The majority of the films that have won the Best Picture Academy Award were adapted from other sources.
36 of the 75 Best Picture winning films were adapted from novels.
12 of them were adapted from stage plays or stage musicals.
1 was adapted from articles.
1 was adapted from a TV show.
1 was adapted from various writings.
And 24 of the 74 Best Picture winning films were original screenplays.

DETAIL:

BEST PICTURE WINNING FILMS

ORIGINAL STORY

ADAPTATION

ORIGINAL OR ADAPTED???

OR ADAPTED

SOURCE

1954: On the Waterfront

ADAPTED

ARTICLES

1929/30: All Quiet on the Western Front

ADAPTED

NOVEL

1930/31: Cimarron

ADAPTED

NOVEL

1935: Mutiny on the Bounty

ADAPTED

NOVEL

1937: The Life of Emile Zola

ADAPTED

NOVEL

1939: Gone with the Wind

ADAPTED

NOVEL

1940: Rebecca

ADAPTED

NOVEL

1941: How Green Was My Valley

ADAPTED

NOVEL

1942: Mrs. Miniver

ADAPTED

NOVEL

1945: The Lost Weekend

ADAPTED

NOVEL

1946: The Best Years of Our Lives

ADAPTED

NOVEL

1947: Gentleman's Agreement

ADAPTED

NOVEL

1949: All the King's Men

ADAPTED

NOVEL

1953: From Here to Eternity

ADAPTED

NOVEL

1956: Around the World in 80 Days

ADAPTED

NOVEL

1957: The Bridge on the River Kwai

ADAPTED

NOVEL

1958: Gigi

ADAPTED

NOVEL

1959: Ben-Hur

ADAPTED

NOVEL

1963: Tom Jones

ADAPTED

NOVEL

1967: In the Heat of the Night

ADAPTED

NOVEL

1968: Oliver!

ADAPTED

NOVEL

1969: Midnight Cowboy

ADAPTED

NOVEL

1970: Patton

ADAPTED

NOVEL

1971: The French Connection

ADAPTED

NOVEL

1972: The Godfather

ADAPTED

NOVEL

1974: The Godfather Part II

ADAPTED

NOVEL

1975: One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest

ADAPTED

NOVEL

1979: Kramer vs. Kramer

ADAPTED

NOVEL

1980: Ordinary People

ADAPTED

NOVEL

1983: Terms of Endearment

ADAPTED

NOVEL

1985: Out of Africa

ADAPTED

NOVEL

1990: Dances with Wolves

ADAPTED

NOVEL

1991: The Silence of the Lambs

ADAPTED

NOVEL

1993: Schindler's List

ADAPTED

NOVEL

1994: Forrest Gump

ADAPTED

NOVEL

1996: The English Patient

ADAPTED

NOVEL

2001: A Beautiful Mind

ADAPTED

NOVEL

1989: Driving Miss Daisy

ADAPTED

STAGE PLAY

1931/32: Grand Hotel

ADAPTED

STAGE PLAY

1932/33: Cavalcade

ADAPTED

STAGE PLAY

1938: You Can't Take It with You

ADAPTED

STAGE PLAY

1943: Casablanca

ADAPTED

STAGE PLAY

1948: Hamlet

ADAPTED

STAGE PLAY

1961: West Side Story

ADAPTED

STAGE PLAY

1964: My Fair Lady

ADAPTED

STAGE PLAY

1965: The Sound of Music

ADAPTED

STAGE PLAY

1966: A Man for All Seasons

ADAPTED

STAGE PLAY

1984: Amadeus

ADAPTED

STAGE PLAY

1955: Marty

ADAPTED

TV SHOW

1962: Lawrence of Arabia

ADAPTED

WRITINGS

1927/28: Wings

ORIGINAL

1928/29: The Broadway Melody

ORIGINAL

1934: It Happened One Night

ORIGINAL

1936: The Great Ziegfeld

ORIGINAL

1944: Going My Way

ORIGINAL

1950: All About Eve

ORIGINAL

1951: An American in Paris

ORIGINAL

1952: The Greatest Show on Earth

ORIGINAL

1960: The Apartment

ORIGINAL

1973: The Sting

ORIGINAL

1976: Rocky

ORIGINAL

1977: Annie Hall

ORIGINAL

1978: The Deer Hunter

ORIGINAL

1981: Chariots of Fire

ORIGINAL

1982: Gandhi

ORIGINAL

1986: Platoon

ORIGINAL

1987: The Last Emperor

ORIGINAL

1988: Rain Man

ORIGINAL

1992: Unforgiven

ORIGINAL

1995: Braveheart

ORIGINAL

1997: Titanic

ORIGINAL

1998: Shakespeare in Love

ORIGINAL

1999: American Beauty

ORIGINAL

2000: Gladiator

ORIGINAL

If you happen to be looking for some different bit of trivia than the ones I have here, please feel free to e-mail me! I enjoy doing Academy Award research, and any new trivia type requests will only serve to enhance this page! Just drop me an e-mail at jaobrien@charter.net. Also let me know if you have any questions or comments on the trivia I've already included.


Finally, try some other Oscar trivia questions. Try guessing the answers before clicking on the drop down menu to reveal the answer. See how many you know!


Andy Fox, always a good contributor to our Oscar history materials, has also compiled some more in depth data on Oscar history. Thanks to Andy for his continuing contributions.

Nomination Order
14(2) - All About Eve, 1950; Titanic, 1997
13(5) - Gone With the Wind, 1939; From Here to
Eternity, 1953; Forrest Gump, 1994;
            Shakespeare in Love, 1998; Chicago, 2002
12(7) - Mrs. Miniver, 1942; On The Waterfront, 1954;
Ben-Hur, 1959; My Fair Lady, 1964; Dances
            With Wolves, 1990; The English Patient,
1996; Gladiator, 2000
11(8)- Rebecca, 1940; West Side Story, 1961; Oliver!,
1968; The Godfather Part II, 1974; Gandhi,
            1982; Terms of Endearment, 1983; Amadeus,
1984; Out of Africa, 1985
10(10)- How Green Was My Valley, 1941; Going My Way,
1944; The Apartment, 1960; Lawrence
             of Arabia, 1962; Tom Jones, 1963; The
Sound of Music, 1965; Patton, 1970; The  
             Godfather, 1972; The Sting, 1973;
Braveheart, 1995
9(9) - The Life of Emile Zola, 1937; Gigi, 1958; One
Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest, 1975; Rocky,
           1976;The Deer Hunter, 1978; Kramer Vs.
Kramer, 1979; The Last Emperor, 1987; Driving    
            Miss Daisy, 1989; Unforgiven, 1992
8(14)- Mutiny on the Bounty, 1935; Casablanca, 1943;
The Best Years of Our Lives, 1946;
           Gentlemen's Agreement, 1947; An American in
Paris, 1951; Marty, 1955; Around of the  
           World in 80 Days, 1956; The Bridge on the
River Kwai, 1957; A Man For All Seasons,      
           1966; The French Connection, 1971; Platoon,
1986; Rain Man, 1988;
           Schindler's List, 1993; American Beauty,
1999
7(9) - Cimarron, 1930-31; You Can't Take It With You,
1938; The Last Weekend, 1945; All the
          King's Men, 1949; In the Heat of the Night,
1967; All Midnight Cowboy, 1969; Chariots of     
          Fire, 1981; The Silence of the Lambs, 1991;
A Beautiful Mind, 2001
6(3) - The Great Ziegfeld, 1936; Hamlet, 1948;
Ordinary People, 1980
5(3)- It Happened One Night, 1934; The Greatest Show
on Earth, 1952; Annie Hall, 1977
4(2) - All Quiet on the Western Front, 1929-30;
Cavalcade, 1932-33
3 (1) - The Broadway Melody, 1928-29
2(1) - Wings, 1927-28
1(1) - Grand Hotel, 1931-32


Movies in Ordered By the Number of Wins
11(2) - Ben-Hur, 1959; Titanic, 1997
9(3)- Gigi, 1958; West Side Story, 1961; The English
Patient, 1996; 
8(4)- Gone With the Wind, 1939; From Here to Eternity,
1953; On the Waterfront, 1954; My Fair Lady,
1964; Gandhi, 1982; Amadeus, 1984
7(9) - Going My Way, 1944; The Best Years of Our
Lives, 1946; The Bridge on the River Kwai, 1957;
Patton, 1970; The Sting, 1973; Out of Africa, 1985;
Dances with Wolves, 1990; Schindler's List, 1993;
Shakespeare in Love, 1998
6(6) - All About Eve, 1950; An American in Paris,
1951; A Man for All Seasons, 1966; The Godfather Part
II,
1974; Forrest Gump, 1994; Chicago, 2002
5(17) - It Happened One Night, 1934; How Green Was My
Valley, 1941; Mrs. Miniver, 1942; Around the
World in 80 Days, 1956; The Sound of Music, 1965; The
Apartment, 1960; In The Heat of the
Night, 1967; Oliver!, 1968; The French Connection,
1971; One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest, 1975; The Deer
Hunter, 1978; Kramer Vs. Kramer, 1979; Terms of
Endearment, 1983; Driving Miss Daisy, 1989;
Braveheart, 1995; American Beauty, 1999; Gladiator,
2000
4(10) - The Lost Weekend, 1945; Hamlet, 1948; Marty,
1955; Tom Jones, 1963; Annie Hall, 1977; Chariots of
Fire, 1981; Platoon, 1986; Rain Man, 1988; Unforgiven,
1992; A Beautiful Mind, 2001
3(10) - Cimarron, 1930-31; Cavalcade, 1932-33; The
Great Ziegfeld, 1936; The Life of Emile Zola, 1937;
Casablanca, 1943: Gentlemen's Agreement, 1947; All the
King's Men, 1949; Midnight Cowboy,
1969; The Godfather, 1972; Rocky, 1976
2(6)- Wings, 1927-28; All Quiet on the Western Front,
1929-30; You Can't Take It With You, 1938;
Rebecca, 1940; All The King's Men, 1949; The Greatest
Show on Earth, 1952
1(3) - The Broadway Melody, 1928-29; Grand Hotel,
1931-32; The Mutiny on the Bounty, 1935


The Nominations and Wins. Alphabetically

ALL ABOUT EVE, 1950 (14 NOMS, 6 WINS)
· ACTOR, GEORGE SANDERS
· COSTUME DESIGN, EDITH HEAD & CHARLES LE MAIRE
· DIRECTOR, JOSEPH L MANKIEWICZ
· PICTURE, DARRYL F. ZANUCK
· SOUND, W D FLICK & ROGER HERMAN JR
· SCREENPLAY, JOSEPH L MANKIEWICZ
· ACTRESS, BETTE DAVIS
· ACTRESS, ANNE BAXTER
· SUPPORTING ACTRESS, CELESTE HOLM
· SUPPORTING ACTRESS, THELMA RITTER
· ART DIRECTION/SET DECORATION, LYLE R WHEELER, GEORGE
W DAVIS, THOMAS LITTLE & WALTER M SCOTT
· CINEMATOGRAPHY, MILTON R KRASNER
· FILM EDITING, BARBARA McLEAN
· SCORING, ALFRED NEWMAN

 ALL QUIET ON THE WESTERN FRONT, 1929-30 (4 NOMS, 2
WIN)
· PICTURE, CARL LAEMMLE JR
· DIRECTOR, LEWIS MILESTONE
· CINEMATAGRAPHY, ARTHUR EDESON
· WRITING, GEORGE ABBOTT, MAXWELL ANDERSON & DEL
ANDREWS

ALL THE KING'S MEN, 1949 (7 NOMS, 3 WINS)
· ACTOR, BRODERICK CRAWFORD
· ACTRESS, MERCEDES McCAMBRIDGE
· PICTURE, ROBERT ROSSEN
· SUPPORTING ACTOR, JOHN IRELAND
· DIRECTOR, ROBERT ROSSEN
· FILM EDITING, ROBERT PARRISH & AL CLARK
· WRITER, ROBERT ROSSEN

AMADEUS, 1984 (11 NOMS, 7 WINS)
· ACTOR, F MURRAY ABRAHAM
· ART DIRECTION, PATRIZIA VON BRANDENSTEIN & KAREL
CERNY
· COSTUME DESIGN, THEODOR PISTEK
· DIRECTING, MILOS FORMAN
· MAKEUP, PAUL LEBLANC & DICK SMITH
· PICTURE, SAUL ZAENTZ
· SOUND, MARK BERGER, TOM SCOTT, TODD BOERKELHEIDE &
CHRIS NEWMAN
· WRITING, PETER SHAFFER
· ACTOR, TOM HOLCE
· CINAMATGRAPHY, MIROSLAV ONDRICEK
· FILM EDITING, NENA DANEVIC & MICHAEL CHANDLER

AMERICAN BEAUTY, 1999 (8 NOMS, 5 WINS)
· ACTOR, KEVIN SPACEY
· CINEMATOGRAPHY, CONRAD L HALL
· DIRECTING, SAM MENDES
· PICTURE, BRUCE COHEN & DAN KINKS
· WRITING, ALAN BALL
· ACTRESS, ANNETTE BENING
· FILM EDITING, TARIQ ANWAR & CHRISTOPHER GREENBURY
· SONG, THOMAS NEWMAN

AN AMERICAN IN PARIS, 1951 (8 NOMS, 6 WINS)
· ART DIRECTION, CEDRIC GIBBONS, PRESTON AMES, EDWIN B
WALLIS & KEOGH GLEASON
· CINEMATOGRAPHY, ALFRED GILKS & JOHN ALTON
· COSTUME DESIGN, ORRY KELLY, WALTER PLINKETT & IRENE
SHARAFF
· SCORING, JOHNNY GREEN & SAUL CHAPLIN
· PICTURE, ARTHUR FREED
· WRITING, ALAN JAY LERNER
· DIRECTING, VINCENTE MINELLI
· FILM EDITING, ADREIENNE FAZAN

ANNIE HALL, 1977 (5 NOMS, 4 WINS)
· ACTRESS, DIANE KEATON
· DIRECTING, WOODY ALLEN
· PICTURE, CHARLES H JAFFE
· WRITING, WOODY ALLEN & MARSHALL BRICKMAN
· ACTOR, WOODY ALLEN

THE APARTMENT, 1960 (10 NOMS, 5 WINS)
· ACTOR, JACK LEMMON
· ART DIRECTION, ALEXANDER TRAUNER & EDWARD G BOYLE
· DIRETOR, BILLY WILDER
· FILM EDITING, DANIEL MANDELL
· PICTURE, BILLY WILDER
· WRITING, BILLY WILDER & I. A. L. DIAMOND
· SUPPORTING ACTOR, JACK KRUSCHEN
· ACTRESS, SHIRLEY MacLAINE
· CINEMATOGRAPHY, JOSEPH LaSHELLE
· SOUND, GORDON E SAWYER

AROUND THE WORLD IN 80 DAYS, 1956 (8 NOMS, 5 WINS)
· CINEMATOGRAPHY, LIONEL LINDON
· FILM EDITING, GENE RUGGIERO & PAUL WEATHERWAX
· SCORE, VICTOR YOUNG
· PICTURE, MICHAEL TODD
· WRITING, JAMES POE, JOHN FARROW & S.J. PERELMAN
· ART DIRECTION, JAMES W SULLIVAN, KEN ADAM & ROSS J
DOWD
· COSTUME DESIGN, MILES WHITE
· DIRECTOR, MICHAEL ANDERSON

A BEAUTIFUL MIND, 2001 (8 NOMS, 4 WINS)
· SUPPORTING ACTRESS, JENNIFER CONNELLY
· DIRECTOR, RON HOWARD
· PICTURE, BRIAN GRAZER & RON HOWARD
· WRITING, AKIVA GOLDSMAN
· ACTOR, RUSSELL CROWE
· FILM EDITING, MIKE HILL & DAN HANLEY
· MAKEUP, GREG CANNOM & COLLEEN CALLAGHAN
· SCORE, JAMES HORNER

BEN-HUR, 1959 (12 NOMS, 11 WINS)
· ACTOR, CHARLTON HESTON
· SUPPORTING ACTOR, HUGH GRIFFITH
· ART DIRECTION, WILLIAM A HORNING, EDWARD CARFAGNO &
HUGH HUNT
· CINEMATOGRAPHY, ROBERT L SURTEES
· COSTUME DESIGN, ELIZABETH HAFFENDEN
· DIRECTOR, WILLIAM WYLER
· FILM EDITING, RAPLH E WINTERS & JOHN D DUNNING
· SCORE, MIKLOS ROZSA
· PICTURE, SAM ZIMBALIST
· SOUND, FRANKLIN E MILTON
· VISUAL EFFECTS, A ARNOLD GILLESPIE & ROBERT
MacDONALD &  MILO LORY
· WRITING, KARL TUNBERG

THE BEST YEARS OF OUR LIVES, 1946 (8 NOMS, 7 WINS)
· ACTOR, FREDRIC MARCH
· SUPPORTING ACTOR, HAROLD RUSSELL
· DIRECTOR, WILLIAM WYLER
· FILM EDITING, DANIEL MANDELL
· SCORE, HUGH FRIEDHOFER
· WRITING, ROBERT E SHERWOOD
· SOUND, GOLDEN SAWYER

BRAVEHEART, 1995 (10 NOMS, 5 WINS)
· CINEMATOGRAPHY, JOHN TOLL
· DIRECTOR, MEL GIBSON
· MAKEUP, PETER FRAMPTON, PAUL PATTISON & LOIS BURWELL
· PICTURE, MEL GIBSON, ALAN LADD JR, & BRUCE DAVEY
· SOUND EFFECTS EDITING, LON BENDER, PER HALLBERG
· COSTUME DESIGN, CHALES KNODE
· FILM EDITING, STEVEN ROSENBLUM
· SCORE, JAMES HORNER
· SOUND, ANDY NELSON, SCOTT MILLAN, ANNA BEHLEMER &
BRIAN SIMMONS
· WRITING, RANDALL WALLACE

THE BRIDGE ON THE RIVER KWAI, 1957 (8 NOMS, 7 WINS)
· ACTOR, ALEC GUINNESS
· CINEMATOGRAPHY, JACK HILDYARD
· DIRECTOR, DAVID LEAN
· FILM EDITING, PETER TAYLOR
· SCORE, MALCOLM ARNOLD
· PICTURE, SAM SPIEGEL
· WRITING, MICHAEL WILSON, CARL FOREMAN & PIERRE
BOULLE
· SUPPORTING ACTOR, SESSUE HAYAKAWA

THE BROADWAY MELODY, 1928-29 (3 NOMS, 1 WIN)
· PICTURE, IRVING THALBERG
· ACTRESS, BESSIE LOVE
· DIRECTOR, HARRY BEAUMONT

CASABLANCA, 1943 (8 NOMS, 3 WINS)
· DIRECTOR, MICHAEL CURTIZ
· PICTURE, HAL B WALLIS
· WRITING, JULES J EPSTEIN, PHILIP G EPSTEIN & HOWARD
KOCH
· ACTOR, HUMPHREY BOGART
· SUPPORTING ACTOR, CLAUDE RAINS
· CINEMATOGRAPHY, ARTHUR EDESON
· FILM EDITING, OWEN MARKS
· SCORE, MAX STEINER

CAVALCADE, 1932-33, (4 NOMS, 3 WINS)
· ART DIRECTION, WILLIAM S DARLING
· DIRECTOR, FRANK LLOYD
· PICTURE, WILFIELD SHEEHAN
· ACTRESS, DIANA WYNYARD

CHARIOTS OF FIRE, 1981 (7 NOMS, 4 WINS)
· COSTUME DESIGN, MILENA CANONERO
· SCORE, VANGELIS
· PICTURE, DAVID PUTTNAM
· WRITING, COLIN WELLAND
· ACTOR, IAN HOLM
· DIRECTOR, HUGH HUDSON
· FILM EDITING, TERRY RAWLINGS

CHICAGO, 2002 (13 NOMS, 6 WINS)
· SUPPORTING ACTRESS, CATHERINE ZETA JONES
· ART DIRECTION, JOHN MYHRE & GORDON SIM
· COSTUME DESIGN, COLLEEN ATWOOD
· FILM EDITING, MARTIN WALSH
· PICTURE, MARTIN RICHARDS
· SOUND, MICHAEL MINKLER, DOMINICK TAVELLA & DAVID LEE
· SUPPORTING ACTOR, JOHN C REILLY
· ACTRESS, RENEE ZELLWEGER
· SUPPORTING ACTRESS, QUEEN LATIFAH
· CINEMATAGRAPHY, DION BEEBE
· DIRECTOR, ROB MARSHALL
· SONG, JOHN JANDER & FRED EBB, "I MOVE ON"
· WRITING, BILL CONDON

CIMARRON, 1930-31 (7 NOMS, 3 WINS)
· ART DIRECTION, MAX REE
· PICTURE,  WILLIAM LeBARON
· WRITER, HOWARD ESTABROOK
· ACTOR, RICHARD DIX
· ACTRESS, IRENE DUNNE
· CINEMATOGRAPHY, EDWARD CRONJAGER
· DIRECTOR, WESLEY RUGGLES

DANCES WITH WOLVES, 1990 (12 NOMS, 7 WINS)
· CINEMATOGRAPHY, DEAN SEMLER
· DIRECTOR, KEVIN COSTNER
· FILM EDITING, NEIL TRAVIS
· SCORE, JOHN BARRY
· PICTURE, JIM WILSON & KEVIN COSTNER
· SOUND, JEFFREY PERKIND, BILL W BENTON, GREG WATKINS
& RUSSELL WILLIAMS II
· WRITING, MICHAEL BLAKE
· ACTOR, KEVIN COSTNER
· SUPPORTING ACTOR, GRAHAM GREENE
· SUPPORTING ACTRESS, MARY McDONNELL
· ART DIRECTION, JEFFREY BEECROFT & LISA DEAN
· COSTUME DESIGN, ELSA ZAMPARELLI

THE DEER HUNTER, 1978 (9 NOMS, 5 WINS)
· SUPPORTING ACTOR, CHRISTOPHER WALKEN
· DIRECTOR, MICHAEL CIMINO
· FILM EDITING, PETER ZINNER
· PICTURE, BARRY SPIKINGS, MICHAEL DDELEY, MICHAEL
CIMINIO & JOHN PRVERALL
· SOUND, RICHARD PORTMAN, WILLIAM McCAUGHLEY, AARON
ROCHIN & DARIN KNIGHT
· ACTOR, ROBERT DE NIRO
· SUPPORTING ACTRESS, MERYL STREEP
· CINEMATOGRAPHY, VILMOS ZSIGMOND
· WRITING, MICHAEL CIMINO, DERIC WASHBURN, LOUIS
GARFINKLE & QUINN K REDEKER

DRIVING MISS DAISY, 1989 (10 NOMS, 4 WINS)
· ACTRESS, JESSICA TANDY
· MAKEUP, MANLIO ROCCHETTI, LYNN BARBER & KEVIN HANEY
· PICTURE, RICHARD D ZANUCK, & LILI FINI ZANUCK
· WRITING, ALFRED UHRY
· ACTOR, MORGAN FREEMAN
· SUPPRTING ACTOR, DAN AYKROYD
· ART DIRECTION , BRUNO RUBEO & CRISPIAN SALLIS
· COSTUME DESIGN, ELIZABETH McBRIDE
· FILM EDITING, MARK WARNER

THE ENGLISH PATIENT (12 NOMS, 9 WINS)
· SUPPORTING ACTRESS, JULIETTE BINOCHE
· ART DIRECTION, STUART CRAIG & STEPHENIE McMILLAN
· CINEMATOGRAPHY, JOHN SEALE
· COSTUME DESIGN, ANN ROTH
· DIRECTOR, ANTHONY MINGHELLA
· FILM EDITING, WALTER MURCH
· SCORE, GABRIEL YARED
· PICTURE, SAUL ZAENTZ
· SOUND, WALTER MURCH, MARK BERGER, DAVID PARKER &
CHRIS NEWMAN
· ACTOR, RAPLH FIENNES
· ACTRESS, KRISTIN SCOTT THOMAS
· WRITING, ANTHONY MINGHELLA

FORREST GUMP, 1994 (13 NOMS, 6 WINS)
· ACTOR, TOM HANKS
· DIRECTOR, ROBERT ZEMECKIS
· FILM EDITING, ARTHUR SCHMIDT
· PICTURE, WENDY FINERMAN, STEVE TISCH & STEVE STARKEY
· VISUAL EFFECTS, KEN RALSTON, GEORGE MURPHY, STEPHEN
ROSENBAUM & ALLEN HALL
· WRITING, ERIC ROTH
· SUPPORTING ACTOR, GARY SINISE
· ART DIRECTION, RICK CARTER & NANCY HAIGH
· CINEMATOGRAPHY, DON BURGESS
· MAKEUP, DANIEL C STRIEPEKE, HALLIE D'AMORE, JUDITH A
CORY
· SCORE, ALAN SILVERSTRI
· SOUND, RANDY THOMS, TOM JOHNSON, DENNIS SANDS &
WILLIAM B KAPLAN
· SOUND EFFECTS EDITING, GLORIA S BORDERS, RANDY THOM

THE FRENCH CONNECTION, 1971 (8 NOMS, 5 WINS)
· ACTOR, GENE HACKMAN
· DIRECTOR, WILLIAM FRIEDKIN
· FILM EDITING, JERRY GREENBERG
· PICTURE, PHILIP D'ANTONI
· WRITING, ERNEST TIDYMAN
· SUPPORTING ACTOR, ROY SCHEIDER
· CINEMATOGRAPHY, OWEN ROIZMAN
· SOUND, THEODORE SODERBERG

FROM HERE TO ETERNITY, 1953 (13 NOMS, 9 WINS)
· SUPPORTING ACTOR, FRANK SINATRA
· SUPPORTING ACTRESS, DONNA REED
· CINEMATOGRAPHY, BURNETT GUFFEY
· DIRECTOR, FRED ZINNEMANN
· FILM EDITING, WILLIAM LYON
· PICTURE, BUDDY ADLER
· SOUND, JOHN P LIVADARY
· WRITING, DANIEL TARADASH
· ACTOR, MONTGOMERY CLIFT
· ACTOR, BURT LANCASTER
· ACTRESS, DEBORAH KERR
· COSTUME DESIGN, JEAN LOUIS
· SCORE, MORRIS STOLOFF & GEORGE DUNNING

GANDHI, 1982 (11 NOMS, 8 WINS)
· ACTOR, BEN KINGSLEY
· ART DIRECTION, STUART CRAIG, BOB LAING & MICHAEL
SEIRTON
· CINEMATOGRAPHY, BILLY WILLIAMS & RONNIE TAYLOR
· COSTUME DESIGN, JOHN MOLLO & BHANU ATHAIYA
· DIRECTOR, RICHARD ATTENBOROUGH
· FILM EDITING, JOHN BLOOM
· PICTURE, RICHARD ATTENBOROUGH
· WRITING, JOHN BRILEY
· MAKEUP, TOM SMITH
· SCORE, RAVI SHANKAR, GEORGE FENTON
· SOUND, GERRY HUMPHREYS, ROBIN O'DONOGHUE, JONATHAN
BATES & SIMON KAYE

GENTLEMAN'S AGREEMENT, 1947 (8 NOMS, 3 WINS)
· SUPPORTING ACTRESS, CELESTE HOLM
· DIRECTOR, ELIA KAZAN
· PICTURE, DARRYL F ZANUCK
· ACTOR, GREGORY PECK
· ACTRESS, DOROTHY McGUIRE
· SUPPORTING ACTRESS, ANNE REVERE
· FILM EDITING, HARMON JONES
· WRITING, MOSS HART

GIGI, 1958 (9 NOMS, 9 WINS)
· ART DIRECTION, WILLIAM A HORNING, PRESTON AMES,
HENRY GRACE & KEOGH GLEASON
· CINEMATOGRAPHY, JOSEPH RUTTENBERG
· COSTUME DESIGN
· DIRECTOR, VINCENTE MINNELLI
· FILM EDITING, ADRIENNE FAZAN
· SCORE, ANDRE PREVIN
· SONG, FREDERICK LOEWE & ALAN JAY LERNER "GIGI"
· PICTURE, ARTHUR FREED
· WRITING, ALAN JAY LERNER

GLADIATOR, 2000 (12 NOMS, 4 WINS)
· ACTOR, RUSSELL CROWE
· COSTUME DESIGN, JANTY YATES
· PICTURE, DOUGLAS WICK, DAVID FRANZONI & BRANKO
LUSTIG
· VISUAL EFFECTS, JOHN NELSON, NEIL CORBOULD, TIM
BURKE & ROB HARVEY
· SUPPORTING ACTOR, JOAQUIN PHEONIX
· ART DIRECTION, ARTHUR MAX & CRISPIAN SALLIS
· CINEMATOGRAPHY, JOHN MATHIESON
· DIRECTOR, RIDLEY SCOTT
· FILM EDITING, PIETRO SCALIA
· MUSIC, HANS ZIMMER
· WRITER, DAVID FRANZONI, JOHN LOGAN & WILLIAM
NICHOLSON

THE GODFATHER, 1972 (11 NOMS, 3 WINS)
· ACTOR, MARLON BRANDO
· PICTURE, ALBERT S RUDDY
· WRITING, MARIO PUZO & FRANCIS FORD COPPOLA
· SUPPORTING ACTOR, JAMES CAAN
· SUPPORTING ACTOR, ROBERT DUVALL
· SUPPORTING ACTOR, AL PACINO
· COSTUME DESIGN, ANNE HILL JOHNSTONE
· DIRECTOR, FRANCIS FORD COPPOLA
· FILM EDITING, WILLIAM REYNOLDS & PETER ZINNER
· SCORE, NINO ROTA
· SOUND, BUD GRENZBACH, RICHARD PORTMAN, CHRISTOPHER
NEWMAN

THE GODFATHER PART II, 1974 (11 NOMS, 6 WINS)
· SUPPORTING ACTOR, ROBERT DE NIRO
· ART DIRECTION, DEAN TAVOULARIS, ANGELO GRAHAM &
GEORGE R NELSON
· DIRECTOR, FRANCES FORD COPPOLA
· SCORE, NINO ROTA & CARMINE COPPOLA
· PICTURE, FRANCIS FORD COPPOLA, GRAY FREDERICKSON &
FREED ROOS
· WRITING, FRANCIS FORD COPPOLA & MARIO PUZO
· ACTOR, AL PACINO
· SUPPORTING ACTOR, MICHAEL V GAZZO
· SUPPORTING ACTOR, LEE STRASBERG
· SUPPORTING ACTRESS, TALIA SHIRE
· COSTUME DESIGN, THEADORA VAN RUNKLE

GOING MY WAY, 1944 (10 NOMS, 7 WINS)
· ACTOR, BING CROSBY
· SUPPORTING ACTOR, BARRY FITZGERALD
· DIRECTOR, LEO McCAREY
· SONG, JAMES VAN HEUSEN & JOHNNY BURKE "SWINGING ON A
STAR"
· PICTURE, LEO McCAREY
· WRITING, LEO McCAREY
· WRITING, FRANK BUTLER & FRANK CAVETT
· ACTOR, BARRY FITZGERALD
· CINEMATOGRAPHY, LIONEL LINDON
· FILM EDITING, LEROY STONE

GONE WITH THE WIND, 1939 (13 NOMS, 8 WINS)
· ACTRESS, VIVIEN LEIGH
· SUPPORTING ACTRESS, HATTIE McDANIEL
· ART DIRECTION, LYLE WHEELER
· CINEMATOGRAPHY, ERNEST HALLER & RAY RENNAHAN
· DIRECTOR, VICTOR FLEMING
· FILM EDITING, HAL C KERN & JAMES E. NEWCOM
· PICTURE, DAVID O SELZNICK
· WRITING, SIDNEY HOWARD
· ACTOR, CLARK GABLE
· SUPPORTING ACTRESS, OLIVIA DE HAVILLAND
· SCORE, MAX STEINER
· SOUND RECORDING & THOMAS T MOULTON
· SPECIAL EFFECTS, JOHN R COSGROVE, FRED ALBIN &
ARTHUR JOHNS

GRAND HOTEL, 1931-32 (1 NOM, 1 WIN)
· PICTURE, PAUL BERN

THE GREAT ZIEGFELD, 1936 (7 NOMS, 3 WINS)
· ACTRESS, LUISE RAINER
· DANCE DIRECTION, SEYMOUR FELIX "A PRETTY GIRL IS
LIKE A MELODY"
· PICTURE, HUNT STROMBERG
· ART DIRECTION, CEDRIC GIBBONS, EDDIE IMAZU & EDWIN B
WILLIS
· DIRECTOR, ROBERT Z. LEONARD
· FILM EDITING, WILLIAM S GRAY
· WRITING, WILLIAM ANOTHONY McGUIRE

THE GREATEST SHOW ON EARTH, 1952 (5 NOMS, 2 WINS)
· PICTURE, CECIL B. DeMILLE
· WRITING, FREDERIC M FRANK, THEODORE ST. JOHN & FRANK
CAVETT
· COSTUME DESIGN, EDITH HEAD, DOROTHY JEAKINS & MILES
WHITE
· DIRECTOR, CECIL B DeMILLE
· FILM EDITING, ANNE BEAUCHENS

HAMLET, 1948 (7 NOMS, 4 WINS)
· ACTOR, LAURENCE OLIVIER
· ART DIRECTION, ROGER K FURSE & CARMEN DILLON
· COSTUME DESIGN, ROGER K FURSE
· PICTURE, LAURENCE OLIVIER
· SUPPORTING ACTRESS, JEAN SIMMONS
· DIRECTOR, LAURENCE OLIVIER
· SCORE, WILLIAM WALTON

HOW GREEN WAS MY VALLEY, 1941 (10 NOMS, 5 WINS)
· SUPPORTING ACTOR, DONALD CRISP
· ART DIRECTION, RICHARD DAY, NATHAN JURAN & THOMAS
LITTLE
· CINEMATOGRAPHY, ARTHUR MILLER
· DIRECTOR, JOHN FORD
· PICTURE, DARRYL L. ZANUCK
· SUPPORTING ACTRESS, SARA ALLGOOD
· FILM EDITING, JAMES B CLARK
· SCORE, ALFRED NEWMAN
· SOUND RECORDING, E.H. HANSEN
· WRITING, PHILIP DUNNE

IN THE HEAT OF THE NIGHT, 1967 (7 NOMS, 4 WINS)
· ACTOR, ROD STEIGER
· FILM EDITING, HAL ASHBY
· PICTURE, WALTER MIRISCH
· SOUND, SAMUEL GOLDWYN
· WRITING, STIRLING SILLIPHANT
· DIRECTOR, NORMAN JEWISON
· SOUD EFFECTS, JAMES A RICHARD

IT HAPPENED ON NIGHT, 1934 (5 NOMS, 5 WINS)
· ACTOR, CLARK GABLE
· ACTRESS, CLAUDETTE COLBERT
· DIRECTOR, FRANK CAPRA
· PICTURE, HARRY COHN
· WRITING, ROBERT RISKIN

KRAMER VS. KRAMER, 1979 (9 NOMS, 5 WINS)
· ACTOR, DUSTIN HOFFMAN
· SUPPORTING ACTRESS, MERYL STREEP
· DIRECTOR, ROBERT BENTON
· PICTURE, STANLEY R JAFFE
· WRITING, ROBERT BENTON
· SUPPORTING ACTOR, JUSTIN HENRY
· SUPPORTING ACTRESS, JANE ALEXANDER
· CINEMATOGRAPHY, NESTOR ALMENDROS
· FILM EDITING, JERRY GREENBERG

THE LAST EMPEROR, 1987 (9 NOMS, 0 WINS)
· ART DIRECTION, FERDINANDO SCARFIOTTI, BRUNO CESARI &
OSVALSO DESIDERI
· CINEMATOGRAPHY, VITTORIO STORARO
· COSTUME DESIGN, JAMES ACHESON
· DIRECTOR, BERNARDO BERTOLUCCI
· FILM EDITING, GABRIELLA CRISTIANI
· SCORE, RYUICHI SAKAMOTO, DAVID BYRNE & CONG SU
· PICTURE, JEREMY THOMAS
· SOUND, BILL ROWE & IVAN SHARROCK
· WRITING, MARK PEPLOE & BERNARDO BERTOLUCCI

LAWRENCE OF ARABIA, 1962 (10 NOMS, 7 WINS)
· ART DIRECTION, JOHN BOX, JOHN STOL & DARIO SIMONI
· CINEMATOGRAPHY, FRED A YOUNG
· DIRECTOR, DAVID LEON
· FILM EDITING, ANNE COATES
· SCORE, MAURICE JARRE
· PICTURE, SAM SPIEGEL
· SOUND, JOHN COX
· ACTOR, PETER O'TOOLE
· SUPPORTING ACTOR, OMAR SHARIF
· WRITING, ROBERT BOLT & MICHAEL WILSON

THE LIFE OF EMILE ZOLA, 1937 (10 NOMS, 3 WINS)
· SUPPORTING ACTOR, JOSEPH SCHILDKRAUT
· PICTURE, HENRY BLANKE
· WRITING, NORMAN RIELLY RAINE, HEINZ HERALD & GEZA
HERCZEG
· ACTOR, PAUL MUNI
· ART DIRECTION, ANTON GROT
· ASSISTANT DIRECTOR, RUSS SAUNDERS
· DIRECTOR, WILLIAM DIETERLE
· SOUND RECORDING, NATHAN LEVINSON
· ORGINAL SCREENPLAY, HEINZ HERALD & GEZA HERCZEG

THE LOST WEEKEND, 1945 (7 NOMS, 4 WINS)
· ACTOR, RAY MILLAND
· DIRECTOR, BILLY WILDER
· PICTURE, CHARLES BRACKETT
· WRITING, CHARLES BRACKETT & BILLY WILDER
· CINEMATOGRAPHY
· FILM EDITING, DOANE HARRISON
· SCORE, MIKLOS ROZSA

A MAN FOR ALL SEASONS, 1966 (8 NOMS, 6 WINS)
· ACTOR, PAUL SCOFIELD
· CINEMATOGRAPHY, TED MOORE
· COSTUME DESIGN, ELIZABETH HAFFENDEN & JOAN BRIDGE
· DIRECTOR, FRED ZINNEMANN
· PICTURE, FRED ZINNEMANN
· WRITING, ROBERT BOLT
· SUPPORTING ACTOR, ROBERT SHAW
· SUPPORTING ACTRESS, WENDY HILLER

MARTY, 1955 (8 NOMS, 4 WINS)
· ACTOR, ERNEST BORGNINE
· DIRECTOR, DELBERT MANN
· PICTURE, HAROLD HECHT
· WRITING, PADDY CHAYEFSKY
· SUPPORTING ACTOR, JOE MANTELL
· SUPPORTING ACTRESS, BETSY BLAIR
· ART DIRECTION, EDWARD S HAWORTH, WALTER SIMONDS &
ROBERT PRIESTLEY
· CINEMATOGRAPHY, JOSEPH LaSHELLE

MIDNIGHT COWBOY, 1969 (7 NOMS, 3 WINS)
· DIRECTOR, JOHN SCHLESINGER
· PICTURE, JEROME HELLMAN
· WRITING, WALDO SALT
· ACTOR, DUSTIN HOFFMAN
· ACTOR, JON VOIGHT
· SUPPORTING ACTRESS, SYLVIA MILES
· FILM EDITING, HUGH A. ROBERTSON

MRS MINIVER, 1942 (12 NOMS, 6 WINS)
· ACTRESS, GREER GARSON
· SUPPORTING ACTRESS, TERESA WRIGHT
· CINEMATOGRAPHY, JOSEPH RUTTENBERG
· DIRECTOR, WILLIAM WYLER
· PICTURE, SIDNEY FRANKLIN
· WRITING, ARTHUR WIMPERIS, GEORGE FROESCHEL, JAMES
HILTON & CLAUDINE WEST
· ACTOR, WALTER PIDGEON
· SUPPORTING ACTOR, HENRY TRAVERS
· SUPPORTING ACTRESS, DAME MAY WHITTY
· FILM EDITING, HAROLD F KRESS
· SOUND RECORDING, DOUGLAS SHEARER
· SPECIAL EFFECTS, A ARNOLD GILLESPIE, WARREN NEWCOMB
& DOUGLAS SHEARER

MUTINY ON THE BOUNTY, 1935 (8 NOMS, 1 WIN)
· PICTURE, ALBERT LEVIN & IRVING THALBERG
· ACTOR, CLARK GABLE
· ACTOR, CHARLES LAUGHTON
· ACTOR, FRANCHOT TONE
· DIRECTOR, FRANK LLOYD
· FILM EDITING, MARGARET BOOTH
· SCORE, HERBERT STOTHART
· WRITING, TALBOT JENNINGS, JULES FURTHMAN & CAREY
WILSON

MY FAIR LADY, 1964 (12 NOMS, 8 WINS)
· ACTOR, REX HARRISON
· ART DIRECTION, GENE ALLEN, CECIL BEATON & GEORGE
JAMES HOPKINS
· CINEMATOGRAPHY, HARRY STRADING
· COSTUME DESIGN, CECIL BEATON
· DIRECTOR, GEORGE CUKOR
· SCORE, ANDRE PREVIN
· PICTURE, JACK L WARNER
· SOUND, GEORGE R GROVES
· SUPPORTING ACTOR, STANLEY HOLLOWAY
· SUPPORTING ACTRESS, GLADYS COOPER
· FILM EDITING, WILLIAM ZIEGLER
· WRITING, ALAN JAY LERNER

OLIVER! 1968 (11 NOMS, 5 WINS)
· ART DIRECTION, JOHN BOX, TERENCE MARSH, VERNON DIXON
& KEN MUGGLESTON
· DIRECTOR, CAREL REED
· SCORE, JOHN GREEN
· PICTURE, JOHN WOOLF
· SOUND, SHEPPERTON STUDIO SOUND DEPARTMENT
· ACTOR, RON MOODY
· SUPPORTING ACTOR, JACK WILD
· CINEMATOGRAPHY, OSWEALD MORRIS
· COSTUME DESIGN, PHYLLIS DALTON
· FILM EDITING, RALPH KEMPLEN
· WRITING, VERNON HARRIS

ON THE WATERFRONT, 1954 (12 NOMS, 8 WINS)
· ACTOR, MARLON BRANDO
· SUPPORTING ACTRESS, EVA MARIE SAINT
· ART DIRECTION, RICHARD DAY
· CINEMATOGRAPHY, BORIS KAUFMAN
· DIRECTOR, ELIA KAZAN
· FILM EDITING, GENE MILFORD
· PICTURE, SAM SPIEGEL
· WRITING, BUDD SCHULBERG
· SUPPORTING ACTOR, LEE J COBB
· SUPPORTING ACTOR, KARL MALDEN
· SUPPORTING ACTOR, ROD STEIGER
· SCORE, LEONARD BERNSTEIN

ONE FLEW OVER THE CUCKOO'S NEST, 1975 (9 NOMS, 5 WINS)
· ACTOR, JACK NICHOLSON
· ACTRESS, LOUISE FLETCHER
· DIRECTOR, MILOS FORMAN
· PICTURE, SAUL ZAENTZ & MICHAEL DOUGLAS
· WRITING, LAWRENCE HAUBEN & BO GOLDMAN
· SUPPORTING ACTOR, BRAD DOURIF
· CINEMATOGRAPHY, HASKELL WEXLER & BILL BUTLER
· FILM EDITING, RICHARD CHEW, LYNZEE KLINGMAN &
SHELDON KAHN
· SCORE, JACK NITZSCHE

ORDINARY PEOPLE, 1980 (6 NOMS, 4 WINS)
· SUPPORTING ACTOR, TIMOTHY HUTTON
· DIRECTOR, ROBERT REDFORD
· PICTURE, RONALD L SCHWARY
· WRITING, ALVIN SARGENT
· SUPPORTING ACTOR, JUDD HIRSCH
· ACTRESS, MARY TYLER MOORE

OUT OF AFRICA, 1985 (11 NOMS, 7 WINS)
· ART DIRECTION, STEPHEN GRIMES & JOSIE MacAVIN
· CINEMATOGRAPHY, DAVID WATKIN
· DIRECTOR, SYDNEY POLLACK
· SCORE, JOHN BARRY
· PICTURE, SYDNEY POLLACK
· SOUND, CHRIS JENKINS, GARY ALEXANDER, LARRY
STENSCOLD & PETER HANDFORD
· WRITING, KURT LUEDTKE
· SUPPORTING ACTOR, KLAUS MARIA BRANDAUER
· SUPPORTING ACTRESS, MERYL STREEP
· COSTUME DESIGN, MILENA CANONERO
· FILM EDITING, FREDERIC STEINKAMP, WILLIAM STEINKAMP,
PEMBROKE HERRING & SHELDON KAHN

PATTON, 1970 (9 NOMS, 7 WINS)
· ACTOR, GEORGE C SCOTT
· ART DIRECTION, URIE McCLEARY, GIL PARRONDO, ANTONIO
MATEOS & PIERRE-LOUIS THEVENET
· DIRECTOR, FRANKLIN J SCHAFFNER
· PICTURE, FRANK McCARTHY
· SOUND, DOUGLAS WILLIAMS & DON BASSMAN
· WRITING, FRANCIS FORD COPPOLA & EDMUND H NORTH
· CINEMATOGRAPHY, FRED KOENEKAMP
· SCORE, JERRY GOLDSMITH


PLATOON, 1986 (8 NOMS, 4 WINS)
· DIRECTOR, OLIVER STONE
· FILM EDITING, CLAIRE SIMPSON
· PICTURE, ARNOLD KOPELSON
· SOUND, JOHN K WILKINSON, RICHARD ROGERS, CHARLES
GRENZBACH & SIMON KAYE
· SUPPORTING ACTOR, TOM BERENGER
· SUPPORTING ACTOR, WILLEM DAFOE
· CINEMATOGRAPHY, ROBERT RICHARDSON
· WRITING, OLIVER STONE

RAIN MAN, 1988 (8 NOMS, 4 WINS)
· ACTOR, DUSTIN HOFFMAN
· DIRECTOR, BARRY LEVINSON
· PICTURE, MARK JOHNSON
· WRITING, RONALD BASS, BARRY MORROW
· ART DIRECTION, IDA RANDON & LINDA DeSCENNA
· CINEMATOGRAPHY, JOHN SEALE
· FILM EDITING, STU LINDER
· SCORE, HANS ZIMMER

REBECCA, 1940 (11 NOMS, 2 WINS)
· CINEMATOGRAPHY, GEORGE BARNES
· PICTURE, DAVID O SELZNICK
· ACTOR, LAURENCE OLIVIER
· ACTRESS, JOAN FONTAINE
· SUPPORTING ACTRESS, JUDITH ANDERSON
· DIRECTOR, ALFRED HITCHCOCK
· FILM EDITING, HAL C KERN
· SCORE, FRANZ WAXMAN
· SPECIAL EFFECTS, JACK COSGROVE & ARTHUR JOHNS
· WRITING, ROBERT E SHERWOOD & JOAN HARRISON

ROCKY, 1976 (10 NOMS, 3 WINS)
· DIRECTOR, JOHN G AVILDSEN
· FILM EDITING, RICHARD HALSEY & SCOTT CONRAD
· PICTURE, IRWIN WINKLER & ROBERT CHARTOFF
· ACTOR, SYLVESTOR STALLONE
· SUPPORTING ACTOR, BURGESS MEREDITH
· SUPPORTING ACTOR, BURT YOUNG
· ACTRESS, TALIA SHIRE
· SONG, BILL CONTI, CAROL CONNORS & AYN ROBBINS "GONNA
FLY NOW"
· SOUND, HARRY WARREN TETRICK, WILLIAM McCAUGHEY, LYLE
BURBRIDGE & BUD ALPER
· WRITING, SYLVESTER STALLONE

SCHINDLER'S LIST, 1993 (12 NOMS, 7 WINS)
· ART DIRECTION, ALLAN STASKI & EWA BRAUN
· CINEMATOGRAPHY, JANUSZ KAMINSKI
· DIRECTOR, STEVEN SPIELBERG
· FILM EDITING, MICHAEL KAHN
· SCORE, JOHN WILLIAMS
· PICTURE, STEVEN SPEILBERG, GERALD R MOLEN & BRANKO
LUSTIG
· WRITING, STEVEN ZAILLIAN
· ACTOR, LIAM NEESON
· SUPPORTING ACTOR, RAPLH FIENNES
· COSTUME DESIGN, ANNA BIEDRZYCKA-SHEPPARD
· MAKEUP, CHRISTINA SMITH, MATTHEY MUNGLE & JUSY
ALEXANDER CORY
· SOUND, ANDY NELSON, STEVE PEDERSON, SCOTT MILLAN &
RON JUDKINS

SHAKESPEARE IN LOVE, 1998 (13 NOMS, 7 WINS)
· ACTRESS, GWYNETH PALTROW
· SUPPORTING ACTRESS, JUDI DENCH
· ART DIRECTION, MICHAEL CHILDS & JILL QUERTIER
· COSTUME DESIGN, SANDY POWELL
· SCORE, STEPHEN WARBECK
· PICTURE, DAVID PARFITT, DONNA GIGLIOTTI, HARVEY
WEINSTEIN, EDWARD ZWICK & MARC NORMAN
· WRITING, MARC NORMAN & TOM STOPPARD
· SUPPORTING ACTOR, GEOFFREY RUSH
· CINEMATOGRAPHY, RICHARD GREATREX
· DIRECTOR, JOHN MADDEN
· FILM EDITING, DAVID GAMBLE
· MAKEUP, LISA WESTCOTT & VERONICA BREBNER
· SOUND, ROBIN O'DONOGHUE, DOMINIC LESTER & PETER
GLOSSOP

THE SILENCE OF THE LAMBS, 1991 (7 NOMS, 5 WINS)
· ACTOR, ANTHONY HOPKINS
· ACTRESS, JODIE FOSTER
· DIRECTOR, JONATHAN DEMME
· PICTURE, EDWARD SAXON, KENNETH UTT & RON BOZMAN
· WRITING, TED TALLY
· FILM EDITING, CRAIG McKAY
· SOUND, TOM FLEISCHMAN & CHRISTOPHER NEWMAN

THE SOUND OF MUSIC, 1965 (10 NOMS, 5 WINS)
· DIRECTOR, ROBERT WISE
· FILM EDITING, WILLIAN REYNOLDS
· SCORE, IRWIN KOSTAL
· PICTURE, ROBERT WISE
· SOUND, JAMES P CORCORAN & FRED HYNES
· ACTRESS, JULIE ANDREWS
· SUPPORTING ACTRESS, PEGGY WOOD
· CINEMATOGRAPHY, TED McCORD
· COSTUME DESIGN, DOROTHY JEAKINS
· ART DIRECTION, BORIS LEVEN, WALTER M SCOTT & RUBY
LEVITT

THE STING, 1973
· ART DIRECTION, HENRY BUNSTEAD & JAMES PAYNE
· COSTUME DESIGN, EDITH HEAD
· DIRECTOR, GEORGE ROY HILL
· SCORE, MARVIN HAMLISCH
· PICTURE, TONY BILL, MICHAEL PHILLIPS & JULIA
PHILLIPS
· WRITING, DAVID S WARD
· ACTOR, ROBERT REDFORD
· SOUND, RONALD K PIERCE & ROBERT BERTRAND

TERMS OF ENDEARMENT, 1983 (11 NOMS, 5 WINS)
· SUPPORTING ACTOR, JACK NICHOLSON
· ACTRESS, SHIRLEY MacLAINE
· DIRECTOR, JAMES L BROOKS
· PICTURE, JAMES L BROOKS
· WRITING, JAMES L BROOKS
· SUPPORTING ACTOR, JOHN LITHGOW
· ACTRESS, DEBRA WINGER
· ART DIRECTION, POLLY PLATT, HAROLD MICHELSON, TOM
PEDIGO & ANTHONY MONDELLO
· FILM EDITING, RICAHRD MARKS
· SCORE, MICHAEL GORE
· SOUND, DONALD O MITCHELL, RICK KLINE, KEVIN O'CONELL
& JIM ALEXANDER

TITANIC, 1997 (14 NOMS, 11 WINS)
· ART DIRECTION, PETER LAMONT & MICHAEL FORD
· CINEMATOGRAPHY, RUSSELL CARPENTER
· COSTUME DESIGN, DEBORAH L SCOTT
· DIRECTOR, JAMES CAMERON
· FILM EDITING, CONRAD BUFF, JAMES CAMERON & RICHARD A
HARRIS
· SCORE, JAMES HORNER
· SONG, JAMES HORNER & WILL JENNINGS "MY HEART WILL GO
ON"
· PICTURE, JAMES CAMERON & JON LANDAU
· SOUND, GARY RYDSTROM, TOM JOHNSON, GARY SUMMERS &
MARK ULANO
· SOUND EFFECTS, TOM BELLFORD & CHRISTOPHER BOYES
· VISUAL EFFECTS, ROBERT LEGATO, MARK LASOFF, THOMAS L
FISHER & MICHAEL KANFER
· ACTRESS, KATE WINSLET
· SUPPORTING ACTRESS, GLORIA STUART
· MAKEUP, TINA EARNSHAY, GREG CANNOM & SIMON THOMPSON

TOM JONES, 1963 (10 NOMS, 4 WINS)
· DIRECTOR, TONY RICHARDSON
· SCORE, JOHN ADDISON
· PICTURE, TONY RICHARDSON
· WRITING, JOHN OSBORNE
· ACTOR, ALBERT FINNEY
· SUPPORTING ACTOR, HUGH GRIFFITH
· SUPPORTING ACTRESS, DIANE CILENTO
· SUPPORTING ACTRESS, DAME EDITH EVANS
· SUPPORTING ACTRESS, JOYCE REDMAN
· ART DIRECTION, RALPH BRINTON, TED MARSHALL, JOCELYN
HERBERT & JOSIE MacAVIN

UNFORGIVEN, 1992 (9 NOMS, 4 WINS)
· SUPPORTING ACTOR, GENE HACKMAN
· DIRECTOR, CLINT EASTWOOD
· FILM EDITING, JOEL COX
· PICTURE, CLINT EASTWOOD
· ACTOR, CLINT EASTWOOD
· ART DIRECTION, HENRY BUMSTEAD & JANICE
BLACKIE-GOODINE
· CINEMATOGRAPHY, JACK N. GREEN
· SOUND, LES FRESHOLTZ, VERN POORE, DICK ALEXANDER &
ROB YOUNG
· WRITING, DAVID WEBB PEOPLES

WEST SIDE STORY, 1961 (10 NOMS, 10 WINS)
· SUPPORTING ACTOR, GEORGE CHAKIRIS
· SUPPORTING ACTRESS, RITA MORENO
· ART DIRECTION, BORIS LEVEN & VICTOR A GANGELIN
· CINEMATOGRAPHY, DANIEL L FAPP
· COSTUME DESIGN, IRENE SHARAFF
· DIRECTOR, ROBERT WISE & JEROME ROBBINS
· FILM EDITING, THOMS STANFORD
· SCORE, SAUL CHAPLIN, JOHNNY GREEN, SID RAMIN & IRWIN
KOSTAL
· PICTURE, ROBERT WISE
· SOUND, FRED HYNES & GORDON E SAWYER

WINGS, 1927-28 (2 NOMS, 1 WIN)
· PICTURE, LUCIAN HUBBARD
· ENGINEERING EFFECTS, ROY POMEROY

YOU CAN'T TAKE IT WITH YOU, 1938 (7 NOMS, 2 WINS)
· DIRECTOR, FRANK CAPRA
· PICTURE, FRANK CAPRA
· SUPPORTING ACTRESS, SPRING BYINGTON
· CINEMATOGRAPHY, JOSEPH WALKER
· FILM EDITING, GENE HAVLICK
· SOUND RECORDING, JOHN LIVADARY
· WRITING, ROBERT RISKEN

The Actors nominated for Best Picture Winners
Abraham, F Murray Salieri, Antonio Amadeus 1984 Actor
Alexander, Jane Phelps, Margaret Kramer Vs. Kramer
1979 S Actress
Allen, Woody Singer, Alvy Annie Hall 1977 Actor
Allgood, Sara Morgan, Mrs. How Green Was My Valley
1941 S Actress
Anderson, Judith Danvers, Mrs. Rebecca 1940 S Actress
Andrews, Julie Maria Sound of the Music, The 1965
Actress
Aykroyd, Dan Werthan, Boolie Driving Miss Daisy 1989 S
Actor
Baxter, Anne Harrington, Eve All About Eve 1950
Actress
Bening, Annette Burnham, Carolyn American Beauty 1999
Actress
Binoche, Juliette Hana English Patient, The 1996 S
Actress
Blair, Betsy Snyder, Clara Marty 1955 S Actress
Bogart, Humphrey Blaine, Rick Casablanca 1943 Actor
Borgnine, Ernest Pilletti, Marty Marty 1955 Actor
Brandeaur, Klaus Maris Bror Out of Africa 1985 S Actor
Brando, Marlon Malloy, Terry On the Waterfront 1954
Actor
Brando, Marlon Corleone, Vito Godfather, The 1972
Actor
Byington, Spring Sycamore, Penny You Can't Take It
with You 1938 S Actress
Caan, James Corleone, Sonny Godfather, The 1972 S
Actor
Chakiris, George Bernardo West Side Story 1961 S Actor
Cilento, Diane Molly Tom Jones 1963 S Actress
Clift, Montgomery Prewitt, Robert E Lee From Here to
Eternity 1953 Actor
Cobb, Lee J. Friendly, Johnny On the Waterfront 1954 S
Actor
Colbert, Claudette Andrews, Ellie It Happened One
Night 1934 Actress
Connelly, Jennifer Nash, Alicia Beautiful Mind, A 2001
S Actress
Cooper, Gladys Higgins, Mrs. My Fair Lady 1964 S
Actress
Costner, Kevin Dunbar, Lieutenant Dances With Wolves
1990 Actor
Crawford, Broderick Stark, Willie All the King's Men
1949 Actor
Crisp, Donald Morgan, Mr. How Green Was My Valley
1941 S Actress
Crosby, Bing O'Malley, Father Going My Way 1944 Actor
Crowe, Russell Meridius, Gen. Maximus Gladiator 2000
Actor
Crowe, Russell Nash, Prof John Beautiful Mind, A 2001
Actor
Davis, Bette Channing, Margo All About Eve 1950
Actress
De Havilland, Olivia Hamilton, Melanie Gone with the
Wind 1939 S Actress
De Niro, Robert Michael Deer Hunter, The 1978 Actor
De Niro, Robert Corleone, Vito Godfather Part II, The
1974 S Actor
Dench, Judi Elizabeth, Queen Shakespeare in Love 1998
S Actress
Dix, Richard Cravat, Yancey Cimarron 1930-31 Actor
Dourif, Brad Bibbit, Billy One Flew Over the Cuckoo's
Nest 1975 S Actor
Dunne, Irene Cravat, Sabra Cimarron 1930-31 Actress
Duvall, Robert Hagen, Tom Godfather, The 1972 S Actor
Eastwood, Clint Munny, Bill Unforgiven 1992 Actor
Evans, Dame Edith Western, Mrs. Tom Jones 1963 S
Actress
Fiennes, Ralph Goeth, Amon Schindler's List 1993 S
Actor
Finney, Albert Jones, Tom Tom Jones 1963 Actor
Fitzgerald, Barry Fitzgibbon, Father Going My Way 1944
Actor
Fitzgerald, Barry Fitzgibbon, Father Going My Way 1944
S Actor
Fletcher, Louise Ratched, Nurse Mildred One Flew Over
the Cuckoo's Nest 1975 Actress
Fontaine, Joan De Winter, Mrs. Rebecca 1940 Actress
Foster, Jodie Starling, Clarice Silence of the Lambs,
The 1991 Actress
Freeman, Morgan Colburn, Hoke Driving Miss Daisy 1989
Actor
Gable, Clark Warner, Peter It Happened One Night 1934
Actor
Gable, Clark Fletcher, Christian Mutiny on the Bounty
1935 Actor
Gable, Clark Butler, Rhett Gone with the Wind 1939
Actor
Garson, Greer Miniver, Kay Mrs. Miniver 1942 Actress
Gazzo, Michael V. Pentangeli, Frankie Godfather Part
II, The 1974 S Actor
Greene, Graham Kicking Bird Dances With Wolves 1990 S
Actor
Griffith, Hugh Western, Squire Tom Jones 1963 S Actor
Gtiffith, Hugh Ilderim, Sheik Ben-Hur 1959 S Actor
Guinness, Alec Nicholson, Col. Bridge on the River
Kwai, The 1957 Actor
Hackman, Gene Doyle, Jimmy "Popeye" French Connection,
The 1971 Actor
Hackman, Gene Daggett, Little Bill Unforgiven 1992 S
Actor
Hanks, Tom Gump, Forrest Forrest Gump 1994 Actor
Harrison, Rex Higgins, Prof Henry My Fair Lady 1964
Actor
Hayakawa, Sessue Saito Bridge on the River Kwai, The
1957 S Actor
Henry, Justin Kramer, Billy Kramer Vs. Kramer 1979 S
Actor
Heston, Charlton Ben-Hur, Judah Ben-Hur 1959 Actor
Hiller, Wendy More, Alice Man for All Seasons, A 1966
S Actress
Hirsch, Judd Berger, Dr. Ordinary People 1980 S Actor
Hoffman, Dustin Rizzo, Ratso Midnight Cowboy 1969
Actor
Hoffman, Dustin Kramer, Ted Kramer Vs. Kramer 1979
Actor
Hoffman, Dustin Babbitt, Raymond Rain Man 1988 Actor
Holloway, Stanley Doolittle, Alfred P My Fair Lady
1964 S Actor
Holm, Celeste Anne Gentleman's Agreement 1947 S
Actress
Holm, Celeste Richards, Karen All About Eve 1950 S
Actress
Holm, Ian Mussabini, Sam Chariots of Fire 1981 S
Actor
Hopkins, Anthony Lecter, Dr. Hannaibal Silence of the
Lambs, The 1991 Actor
Hulce, Tom Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus Amadeus 1984 Actor
Hutton, Timothy Jarret, Conrad Ordinary People 1980 S
Actor
Ireland, John Burden, Jack All the King's Men 1949 S
Actor
Keaton, Diane Hall, Annie Annie Hall 1977 Actress
Kerr, Deborah Holmes, Karen From Here to Eternity 1953
Actress
Kingsley, Ben Gandhi, Mahatma Gandhi 1982 Actor
Kruschen, Jack Dreyfuss, Dr Apartment, The 1960 S
Actor
Lancaster, Burt Warden, Sgt Milton From Here to
Eternity 1953 Actor
Latifah, Queen Morton, Mama Chicago 2002 S Actress
Laughton, Charles Bligh, Captain Mutiny on the Bounty
1935 Actor
Leigh, Vivien O'Hara, Scarlett Gone with the Wind 1939
Actress
Lemmon, Jack Baxter, C C Bud Apartment, The 1960 Actor
Lithgow, John Burns, Sam Terms of Endearment 1983 S
Actor
Love, Bessie Mahoney, Hank Broadway Melody, The
1928-29 Actress
MacLaine, Shirley Kubelik, Fran Apartment, The 1960
Actress
MacLaine, Shirley Greenway, Aurora Terms of Endearment
1983 Actress
Malden, Karl Barry, Father On the Waterfront 1954 S
Actor
Mantell, Joe Angie Marty 1955 S Actor
March, Fredric Stephenson, Al Best Years of Our Lives,
The 1946 Actor
McCambridge, Mercedes Burke, Sadie All the King's Men
1949 S Actress
McDaniel, Hattie Mammy Gone with the Wind 1939 S
Actress
McDonnell, Mary Stands With A Fist Dances With Wolves
1990 S Actress
McGuire, Dorothy Kathy Gentleman's Agreement 1947
Actress
Meredith, Burgess Mickey Rocky 1976 S Actor
Miles, Sylvia Cass Midnight Cowboy 1969 S Actress
Milland, Ray Birnam, Don Lost Weekend, The 1945 Actor
Moody, Ron Fagin Oliver! 1968 Actor
Moore, Mary Tyler Jarret, Beth Ordinary People 1980
Actress
Moreno, Rita Anita West Side Story 1961 S Actress
Muni, Paul Zola, Emile Life of Emile Zola, The 1937
Actor
Neeson, Liam Schindler, Oskar Schindler's List 1993
Actor
Nicholson, Jack McMurphy, Randle Patrick One Flew Over
ther Cuckoo's Nest 1975 Actor
Nicholson, Jack Breedlove, Garret Terms of Endearment
1983 S Actor
O'Toole, Peter Lawrence, T. E. Lawrence of Arabia 1962
Actor
Olivier, Laurence De Winter, Maxim Rebecca 1940 Actor
Olivier, Laurence Hamlet Hamlet 1948 Actor
Pacino, Al Corleone, Michael Godfather Part II, The
1974 Actor
Pacino, Al Corleone, Michael Godfather, The 1972 S
Actor
Paltrow, Gwyneth De Lesseps, Viola Shakespeare in Love
1998 Actress
Peck, Gregory Green, Phil Gentleman's Agreement 1947
Actor
Phoenix, Joaquin Commodus Gladiator 2000 S Actor
Pidgeon, Walter Miniver, Clem Mrs. Miniver 1942 Actor
Rainer, Luise Held, Anna Great Ziegfeld, The 1936
Actress
Rains, Claude Renault, Capt. Louis Casablanca 1943 S
Actor
Redford, Robert Hooker, Johnny Sting, The 1973 Actor
Redman, Joyce Waters, Mrs. Tom Jones 1963 S Actress
Reed, Donna Lorene/Alma From Here to Eternity 1953 S
Actress
Revere, Anne Green, Mrs. Gentleman's Agreement 1947 S
Actress
Rielly, John C Hart, Amos Chicago 2002 S Actor
Ritter, Thelma Birdie All About Eve 1950 S Actress
Rush, Geoffrey Henslowe, Philip Shakespeare in Love
1998 S Actor
Russell, Harold Parrish, Homer Best Years of Our
Lives, The 1946 S Actor
Saint, Eva Marie Doyle, Edie On the Waterfront 1954 S
Actress
Sanders, Goerge De Witt, Addison All About Eve 1950 S
Actor
Scheider, Roy Russo, Buddy French Connection, The 1971
S Actor
Schildkraut, Joseph Dreyfuss, Capt. Alfred Life of
Emile Zola, The 1937 S Actor
Scofield, Paul More, Sir Thomas Man for All Seasons, A
1966 Actor
Scott, George C. Patton, Gen. George Patton 1970
Actor
Sharif, Omar Kharish, Sherif Ali iboon el Lawrence of
Arabia 1962 S Actor
Shaw, Robert Henry, King Man for All Seasons, A 1966 S
Actor
Shire, Talia Adrian Rocky 1976 Actress
Shire, Talia Corleone, Connie Godfather Part II, The
1974 S Actress
Simmons, Jean Ophelia Hamlet 1948 S Actress
Sinatra, Frank Maggio, Angelo From Here to Eternity
1953 S Actor
Sinise, Gary Dan, Lieutenant Forrest Gump 1994 S Actor
Spacey, Kevin Burnham, Lester American Beauty 1999
Actor
Stallone, Sylvester Balboa, Rocky Rocky 1976 Actor
Steiger, Rod Gillespie, Police Chief Bill In the Heat
of the Night 1967 Actor
Stradberg, Lee Roth, Hyman Godfather Part II, The 1974
S Actor
Streep, Meryl Karen Out of Africa 1985 Actress
Streep, Meryl Linda Deer Hunter, The 1978 S Actress
Streep, Meryl Kramer, Joanna Kramer Vs. Kramer 1979 S
Actress
Stuart, Gloria Dawson, Rose Titanic 1997 S Actress
Tandy, Jessica Werthan, Daisy Driving Miss Daisy 1989
Actress
Thomas, Kristin Scott Clifton, Katherine English
Patient, The 1996 Actress
Tone, Franchot Byam, Roger Mutiny on the Bounty 1935
Actor
Travers, Henry Ballard, Mr. Mrs. Miniver 1942 S Actor
Voight, Jon Buck, Joe Midnight Cowboy 1969 Actor
Walken, Christopher Nick Deer Hunter, The 1978 S Actor
Whitty, Dame May Beldon, Lady Mrs. Miniver 1942 S
Actress
Wild, Jack Artful Dodger, The Oliver! 1968 S Actor
Winger, Debra Horton, Emma Terms of Endearment 1983
Actress
Winslet, Kate DeWitt Bukater Dawson, Rose Titanic 1997
Actress
Wood, Peggy Abbess, Mother Sound of the Music, The
1965 S Actress
Wright, Teresa Beldon, Carol Mrs. Miniver 1942 S
Actress
Wynyard, Diana Marryot, Jane Cavalcade 1932-33 Actress
Zellweger, Renee Hart, Roxie Chicago 2002 Actress
Zetra-Jones, Catherine Kelly, Velma Chicago 2002 S
Actress
The Acting Nominations, by Category

Best Actor (55 Nominations, 26 Wins)
1. RICHARD DIX as YANCEY CRAVET in 1930-31's CIMARRON
2. CLARK GABLE as PETER WARNER in 1934's IT HAPPENED
ONE NIGHT
3. CLARK GABLE as CHRISTIAN FLETCHER in 1935's MUTINY
ON THE BOUNTY
4. CHARLES LAUGHTON as CAPTAIN BLIGH in 1935's MUTINY
ON THE BOUNTY
5. FRANCHOT TONE as ROGER BYAM in 1935's MUTINY ON THE
BOUNTY
6. PAUL MUNI as EMILE ZOLA in 1937's THE LIFE OF EMILE
ZOLA
7. CLARK GABLE as RHETT BUTLER in 1939's GONE WITH THE
WIND
8. LAURENCE OLIVIER as MAXIM DE WINTER in 1940's
REBECCA
9. WALTER PIDGEON as CLEM MINIVER in 1942's MRS.
MINIVER
10. HUMPHREY BOGART as RICK BLAINE in 1943's
CASABLANCA
11. BING CROSBY as FATHER O'MALLEY in 1944's GOING MY
WAY
12. BARRY FITZGERALD as FATHER FITZGIBBON in 1944's
GOING MY WAY
13. RAY MILLAND WINS as DON BIRNAM in 1945's THE LOST
WEEKEND
14. FREDRIC MARCH WINS as AL STEPHENSON in 1946's THE
BEST YEARS OF OUR LIVES
15. GREGORY PECK as PHIL GREEN in 1947's GENTLEMEN'S
AGREEMENT
16. LAURENCE OLIVIER WINS as HAMLET in 1948's HAMLET
17. BRODERICK CRAWFORD as WILLIE STARK in 1949's ALL
THE KING'S MEN
18. MONTGOMERY CLIFT as ROBERT E LEE PREWITT in 1953's
FROM HERE TO ETERNITY
19. BURT LANCASTER as SGT. MILTON WARDEN in 1953's
FROM HERE TO ETERNITY
20. MARLON BRANDO as TERRY MALLOY in 1954's ON THE
WATERFRONT
21. ERNEST BORGNINE as MARTY PILLETTI in 1955's MARTY
22. ALEC GUINNESS as COL. NICHOLSON in 1957's THE
BRIDGE ON THE RIVER KWAI
23. CHARLTON HESTON as JUDAH BEN-HUR in 1959's BEN-HUR
24. JACK LEMMON as C. C. "BUD" BAXTER in 1960's THE
APARTMENT
25. PETER O'TOOLE as T. E. LAWRENCE in 1962's LAWRENCE
OF ARABIA
26. ALBERT FINNEY as TOM JONES in 1963's TOM JONES
27. REX HARRISON as PROFESSOR HENRY HIGGINS in 1964's
MY FAIR LADY
28. PAUL SCOFIELD as SIR THOMAS MORE in 1966's A MAN
FOR ALL SEASONS
29. ROD STEIGER as POLICE CHIEF BILL GILLESPIE in
1967's IN THE HEAT OF THE NIGHT
30. RON MOODY as FAGIN in 1968's OLIVER!
31. DUSTIN HOFFMAN as RATSO RIZZO in 1969's MIDNIGHT
COWBOY
32. JON VOIGHT as JOE BUCK in 1969'S MIDNIGHT COWBOY
33. GEORGE C SCOTT as GENERAL GEORGE S PATTON in
1970"s PATTON
34. GENE HACKMAN as JIMMY "POPEYE" DOYLE in 1971's THE
FRENCH CONNECTION
35. MARLON BRANDO as VITO CORLEONE in 1972's THE
GODFATHER
36. ROBERT REDFORD as JOHNNY HOOKER in 1973's THE
STING
37. AL PACINO as MICHAEL CORLEONE in 1974's THE
GODFATHER PART II
38. JACK NICHOLSON as RANDLE PATRICK McMURPHY in
1975's ONE FLEW OVER THE CUCKOO'S NEST
39. SYLVESTER STALLONE as ROCKY BALBOA in 1976's ROCKY
40. WOODY ALLEN as ALVY SINGER in 1977's ANNIE HALL
41. ROBERT DE NIRO as MICHAEL in 1978's THE DEER
HUNTER
42. DUSTIN HOFFMAN as TED KRAMER in 1979'S KRAMER VS.
KRAMER
43. BEN KINGSLEY as MAHATMA GANDHI in 1982's GANDHI
44. F MURRAY ABRAHAM as ANTONIO SALIERI in 1984's
AMADEUS
45. TOM HULCE as WOLFGANG AMADEUS MOZART in 1984's
AMADEUS
46. DUSTIN HOFFMAN as RAYMOND BABBITT in 1988's RAIN
MAN
47. MORGAN FREEMAN as HOKE COLBURN in 1989's DRIVING
MISS DAISY
48. KEVIN COSTNER as LIEUTENAT DUNBAR in 1990's DANCES
WITH WOLVES
49. ANTHONY HOPKINS as DR. HANNAIBAL LECTER in 1991's
THE SILENCE OF THE LAMBS
50. CLINT EASTWOOD as BILL MUNNY in 1992's UNFORGIVEN
51. LIAM NEESON as OSKAR SCHINDLER in 1993's
SCHINDLER'S LIST
52. TOM HANKS as FORREST GUMP in 1994's FORREST GUMP
53. KEVIN SPACEY as LESTER BURNHAM in 1999's AMERICAN
BEAUTY
54. RUSSELL CROWE as GENERAL MAXIMUS MERIDUS in 2000's
GLADIATOR
55. RUSSELL CROWE as PROFESSOR JOHN NASH in 2001's A
BEAUTIFUL MIND

BEST ACTRESS (28 NOMINATIONS, 10 WINS)
1. BESSIE LOVE as HANK MAHONEY in 1928-29's THE
BROADWAY MELODY
2. IRENE DUNNE as SABRA CRAVAT in 1930-31's CIMARRON
3. DIANA WYNYARD as JANE MARRYOT in 1932-33's
CAVALCADE
4. CLAUDETTE COLBERT as ELLIE ANDREWS in 1934's IT
HAPPENED ONE NIGHT
5. LUISE RAINER as ANNA HELD in 1936's THE GREAT
ZIEGFELD
6. VIVIEN LEIGH as SCARLETT O'HARA in 1939's GONE WITH
THE WIND
7. JOAN FONTAINE as MRS. DE WINTER in 1940's REBECCA
8. GREER GARSON as MRS. KAY MINIVER in 1942's MRS.
MINIVER
9. DOROTHY McGUIRE as KATHY in 1947's GENTLEMEN'S
AGREEMENT
10. ANNE BAXTER as EVE HARINGTON in 1950's ALL ABOUT
EVE
11. BETTE DAVIS as MARGO CHANNING in 1950's ALL ABOUT
EVE
12. DEBORAH KERR as KAREN HOLMES in 1953's FROM HERE
TO ETENITY
13. SHIRLEY MacLAINE as FRAN KUBELIK in 1960's THE
APARTMENT
14. JULIE ANDREWS as MARIA in 1964's THE SOUND OF
MUSIC
15. LOUISE FLETCHER as NURSE MILDRED RATCHED in 1975's
ONE FLEW OVER THE CUCKOO'S NEST
16. TALIA SHIRE as ADRIAN in 1976's ROCKY
17. DIANE KEATON as ANNIE HALL in 1977's ANNIE HALL
18. MARY TYLER MOORE as BETH JARRET in 1980's ORDINARY
PEOPLE
19. SHIRLEY MacLAINE as AURORA GREENWAY in 1983's
TERMS OF ENDEARMENT
20. DEBRA WINGER as EMMA HORTON in 1983's TERMS OF
ENDEARMENT
21. MERYL STREEP as KAREN in 1985's OUT OF AFRICA
22. JESSICA TANDY as DAISY WERTHAN in 1989's DRIVING
MISS DAISY
23. JODIE FOSTER as CLARICE STARLING in 1991's THE
SILENCE OF THE LAMBS
24. KRISTON SCOTT THOMAS as KATHERINE CLIFTON in
1996's THE ENGLISH PATIENT
25. KATE WINSLET as ROSE DeWITT BUKATER DAWSON in
1997's TITANIC
26. GWYNETH PALTROW as VIOLA DE LESSEPS in 1998's
SHAKESPEARE IN LOVE
27. ANNETTE BENNING as CAROLYN BURNHAM in 1999's
AMERICAN BEAUTY
28. RENEE ZELWEGGER as ROXIE HART in 2002's CHICAGO

BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR (45 Nominations, 12 Wins)
1. JOSEPH SCHILDKRAUT as CAPTAIN ALFRED DREYFUSS in
1937's THE LIFE OF EMILE ZOLA
2. HENRY TRAVERS as MR. BALLARD in 1942's MRS. MINIVER
3. CLAUDE RAINS as CAPTAIN LOUIS RENAULT in 1943's
CASABLANCA
4. BARRY FITZGERALD as FATHER FITZGIBBON in 1944's
GOING MY WAY
5. HAROLD RUSSELL as HOMER PARRISH in 1946's THE BEST
YEARS OF OUR LIVES
6. JOHN IRELAND as JACK BURDEN in 1949's ALL THE
KING'S MEN
7. GEORGE SANDERS as ADDISON DE WITT in 1950's ALL
ABOUT EVE
8. FRANK SINATRA as ANGELO MAGGIO in 1953's FROM HERE
TO ETERNITY
9. LEE J COBB as JOHNNY FRIENDLY in 1954's ON THE
WATERFRONT
10. KARL MALDEN as FATHER BARRY in 1954's ON THE
WATEFRONT
11. JOE MANTELL as ANGIE in 1955's MARTY
12. SESSUE HAYAKAWA as SAITO in 1957's THE BRIDGE ON
THE RIVER KWAI
13. HUGH GRIFFITH as SHIEK ILLDERIM in 1959's BEN-HUR
14. JACK KRUSCHEN as DOCTOR DREYFUSS in 1960's THE
APARTMENT
15. GEORGE CHAKIRIS as BERNARDO in 1961's WEST SIDE
STORY
16. OMAR SHARIF as SHERIF ALI IBOON EL KHARISH in
1962's LAWRENCE OF ARABIA
17. HUGH GRIFFITH as SQUIRE WESTERN in 1963's TOM
JONES
18. STANLEY HOLLOWAY as ALFRED P. DOOLITTLE in 1964's
MY FAIR LADY
19. ROBERT SHAW as KING HENRY VIII in 1966's A MAN FOR
ALL SEASONS
20. JACK WILD as THE ARTFUL DODGER in 1968's OLIVER!
21. ROY SCHEIDER as BUDDY RUSSO in 1971's THE FRENCH
CONNECTION
22. JAMES CAAN as SONNY CORLEONE in 1972's THE
GODFATHER
23. ROBERT DUVALL as TOM HAGEN in 1972's THE GODFATHER
24. AL PACINO as MICHAEL CORLEONE in 1972's THE
GODFATHER
25. ROBERT DE NIRO as VITO CORLEONE in 1974's THE
GODFATHER PART II
26. MICHAEL V. GAZZO as FANKIE PENTANGELI in 1974's
THE GODFATHER PART II
27. LEE STRADBERG as HYMAN ROTH in 1974's THE
GODFATHER PART II
28. BRAD DOURIF as BILLY BIBBIT in 1975's ONE FLEW
OVER THE CUCKOO'S NEST
29. BURGESS MEREDITH as MICKEY in 1976's ROCKY
30. CHRISTOPHER WALKEN as NICK in 1978's THE DEER
HUNTER
31. JUSTIN HENRY as BILLY KRAMER in 1979's KRAMER VS.
KRAMER
32. JUDD HIRSCH as DOCTOR BERGER in 1960's ORDINARY
PEOPLE
33. TIMOTHY HUTTON as CONRAD JARRET in 1980's ORDINARY
PEOPLE
34. IAN HOLM as SAM MUSSABINI in 1981's CHARIOTS OF
FIRE
35. JOHN LITHGOW as SAM BURNS in 1983's TERMS OF
ENDEARMENT
36. JACK NICHOLSON as GARRET BREEDLOVE in 1983's TERMS
OF ENDEARMENT
37. KLAUS MARIS BRANDEUR as BROR in 1985's OUT OF
AFRICA
38. DAN AYKROYD as BOOLIE WERTHAN in 1989's DRIVING
MISS DAISY
39. GRAHAM GREENE as KICKING BIRD in 1990's DANCES
WITH WOLVES
40. GENE HACKMEN as LITTLE BILL DAGGERTT in 1992's
UNFORGIVEN
41. RALPH FIENNES as AMON GOETH in 1993's SCHINDLER'S
LIST
42. GARY SINISE as LIEUTENANT DAN in 1994's FORREST
GUMP
43. GEOFFREY RUSH as PHILIP HENSLOWE in 1998's
SHAKESPARE IN LOVE
44. JOAQUIN PHOENIX as COMMODUS in 2000's GLADIATOR
45. JOHN C RIELLY as AMOS HART in 2002's CHICAGO

BEST SUPPRORTING ACTRESS (36 NOMINATIONS, 12 WINS)
1. SPRING BYINGTON as PENNY SYCAMORE in 1938's YOU
CAN'T TAKE IT WITH YOU
2. OLIVIA DE HAVILLAND as MELANIE HAMILTON in 1939's
GONE WITH THE WIND
3. HATTIE McDANIEL as MAMMY in 1939's GONE WITH THE
WIND
4. JUDITH ANDERSON as MRS. DANVERS in 1940's REBECCA
5. SARA ALLGOOD as MRS. MORGAN in 1941's HOW GREEN WAS
MY VALLEY
6. DONALD CRISP as MR. MORGAN in 1941's HOW GREEN WAS
MY VALLEY
7. DAME MAY WHITTY as LADY BELDON in 1942's MRS.
MINIVER
8. TERESA WRIGHT as CAROL BELDON in 1942's MRS.
MINIVER
9. CELESTE HOLM as ANNE in 1947's GENTLEMEN'S
AGREEMENT
10. ANNE REVERE as MRS. GREEN in 1947's GENTLEMEN'S
AGREEMENT
11. JEAN SIMMONS as OPHELIA in 1948's HAMLET
12. MERCEDES McCAMBRIDGE as SADIE BURKE in 1949's ALL
THE KING'S MEN
13. CELESTE HOLM as KAREN RICHARDS in 1950's ALL ABOUT
EVE
14. THELMA RITTER as BIRDIE in 1950's ALL ABOUT EVE
15. DONNA REED as LORENE/ALMA in 1953's FROM HERE TO
ETERNITY
16. EVA SAINT MARIE as EDIE DOYLE in 1954's ON THE
WATERFRONT
17. BESTY BLAIR as CLARA SNYDER in 1955's MARTY
18. RITA MORENO as ANITA in 1961's WEST SIDE STORY
19. DIANE CILENTO as MOLLY in 1963's TOM JONES
20. DAME EDITH EVANS as MRS. WESTERN in 1963's TOM
JONES
21. JOYCE REDMAN as MRS. WATERS in 1963's TOM JONES
22. GLADYS COOPER as MRS. HIGGINS in 1964's MY FAIR
LADY
23. PEGGY WOOD as MOTHER ABBESS in 1965's THE SOUND OF
THE MUSIC
24. WENDY HILLER as ALICE MORE in 1966's A MAN FOR ALL
SEASONS
25. SYLVIA MILES as CASS in 1969's MIDNIGHT COWBOY
26. TALIA SHIRE as CONNIE CORLEONE in 1974's THE
GODFATHER PART II
27. MERYL STREEP as LINDA in 1978's THE DEER HUNTER
28. JANE ALEXANDER as MARGARET PHELPS in 1979's KRAMER
VS. KRAMER
29. MERYL STREEP as JOANNA KRAMER in 1979's KRAMER VS.
KRAMER
30. MARY McDONNELL as STANDS WITH A FIST in 1990's
DANCES WITH WOLVES
31. JULIETTE BINOCHE as HANA in 1996's THE ENGLISH
PATIENT
32. GLORIA STUART as OLD ROSE DAWSON in 1997's TITANIC
33. JUDI DENCH as QUEEN ELIZABETH in 1998's
SHAPESPEARE IN LOVE
34. JENNIFER CONNELLY as ALICIA NASH in 2001's A
BEAUTIFUL MIND
35. QUEEN LATIFIAH as MAMA MORTON in 2002's CHICAGO
36. CATHERINE ZETA-JONES as VELMA KELLY in 2002's
CHICAGO

Films that have one The Top Five Awards
· Actor
· Actress
· Director
· Picture
· Script

They Are:
It Happened One Night, 1934 (Clark Gable, Actor;
Claudette Colbert, Actress; Frank
Capra, Director; Harry Cohn, Picture; and Robert
Riskin, Script)
One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest, 1975 (Jack Nicholson,
Actor; Louise Fletcher, Actress; Milos
Forman, Director; Mike Douglas & Saul Zaentz,
Picture; Lawrence Hauben & Bo
Goldman, Script)
The Silence of the Lambs, 1991 (Anthony Hopkins,
Actor; Jodie Foster, Actress; Jonathan
Demme, Director; Edward Saxon, Kenneth Utt & Ron
Bozman, Picture; Ted
Tally, Script)

Best Pictures that won all its nominations: Gigi, 1958
and The Last Emperor, 1987

I few Actors, were nominated for consecutive best
picture winner roles.

1. Clark Gable as Peter Warner in It Happened One
Night and as Fletcher Christian in The Mutiny of the
Bounty
2. Meryl Streep as Karen in The Deer Hunter and as
Joanna Kramer in Kramer Vs. Kramer
3. Russell Crowe as Maximus Meridius in Gladiator and
as John Nash in A Beautiful Mind

Best Pictures that failed to win any other Awards
(MGM)
· The Broadway Melody, 1928-29
· Grand Hotel, 1931-32
· Mutiny on the Bounty, 1935

Films that were nominated and won for best Picture,
but failed to be nominated for acting
· Wings, 1927-28
· All Quiet on the Western Front, 1929-30
· Grand Hotel, 1931-32
· An American in Paris, 1951
· The Greatest Show on Earth, 1952
· Around the World in Days, 1956
· Gigi, 1958
· The Last Emperor, 1987
· Braveheart, 1995

Silent Film Winners
· Wings, 1927-28

Black & White Winners
1. The Broadway Melody, 1928-29
2. All Quiet on the Western Front, 1929-30
3. Cimarron, 1930-31
4. Grand Hotel, 1931-32
5. Cavalcade, 1932-33
6. It Happened One Night, 1934
7. Mutiny on the Bounty, 1935
8. The Great Ziegfeld, 1936
9. The Life of Emile Zola, 1937
10. You Can't Take It With You, 1938
11. Rebecca, 1940
12. How Green Was My Valley, 1941
13. Mrs. Miniver, 1942
14. Casablanca, 1943
15. Going My Way, 1944
16. The Lost Weekend, 1945
17. The Best Years of Our Lives, 1946
18. Gentlemen's Agreement, 1947
19. Hamlet, 1948
20. All The King's Men, 1949
21. All About Eve, 1950
22. From Here to Eternity, 1953
23. On the Waterfront, 1954
24. Marty, 1955
25. The Apartment, 1960

Color Winners
1. Gone With the Wind, 1939
2. An American in Paris, 1951
3. The Greatest Show on Earth, 1952
4. The Bridge on the River Kwai, 1957
5. Gigi, 1958
6. Ben-Hur, 1959
7. West Side Story, 1961
8. Lawrence of Arabia, 1962
9. Tom Jones, 1963
10. My Fair Lady, 1964
11. The Sound of Music, 1965
12. A Man for all Seasons, 1966
13. In the Heat of the Night, 1967
14. Oliver!, 1968
15. Midnight Cowboy, 1969
16. Patton, 1970
17. The French Connection, 1971
18. The Godfather, 1972
19. The Sting, 1973
20. The Godfather Part II, 1974
21. One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest, 1975
22. Rocky, 1976
23. Annie Hall, 1977
24. The Deer Hunter, 1978
25. Kramer Vs. Kramer, 1979
26. Ordinary People, 1980
27. Chariots of Fire, 1981
28. Gandhi, 1982
29. Terms of Endearment, 1983
30. Amadeus, 1984
31. Out of Africa, 1985
32. Platoon, 1986
33. The Last Emperor, 1987
34. Rain Man, 1988
35. Driving Miss Daisy, 1989
36. Dances with Wolves, 1990
37. The Silence of Lambs, 1991
38. Unforgiven, 1992
39. Forrest Gump, 1994
40. Braveheart, 1995
41. The English Patient, 1996
42. Titanic, 1997
43. Shakespeare in Love, 1998
44. American Beauty, 1999
45. Gladiator, 2000
46. A Beautiful Mind, 2001
47. Chicago, 2002

Color/Black and White Winners
· Schindler's List, 1993

X-Rated Winners
· Midnight Cowboy, 1969

Sequels (Original, Sequel, and Second Sequel were
Nominated, but the first two won)
· The Godfather, 1972
· The Godfather Part II, 1974
· The Godfather Part III, 1990, nominated

Remake
· Ben-Hur, 1959, remake of a 1923 version
· Mutiny of the Bounty, 1935, remake of a 1933 version

The Length of the Films
GONE WITH THE WIND 1939 222 MINS
LAWRENCE OF ARABIA 1962 216 MINS
BEN-HUR 1959 212 MINS
THE GODFATHER PART II 1974 200 MINS
SCHINDLER'S LIST 1993 195 MINS
TITANIC 1997 194 MINS
GANDHI 1982 188 MINS
THE DEER HUNTER 1978 183 MINS
DANCES WITH WOLVES 1990 181 MINS
BRAVEHEART 1995 177 MINS
THE GREAT ZIEGFELD 1936 176 MINS
THE GODFATHER 1972 175 MINS
THE SOUND OF MUSIC 1965 174 MINS
THE BEST YEARS OF OUR LIVES 1946 172 MINS
MY FAIR LADY 1964 170 MINS
PATTON 1970 169 MINS
AROUND THE WORLD IN 80 DAYS 1956 167 MINS
THE ENGLISH PATIENT 1996 162 MINS
OUT OF AFRICA 1985 161 MINS
THE BRIDGE ON THE RIVER KWAI 1956 160 MINS
THE LAST EMOEROR 1987 160 MINS
AMADEUS 1984 158 MINS
GLADIATOR 2000 154 MINS
HAMLET 1948 153 MINS
THE GREATEST SHOW ON EARTH 1952 153 MINS
OLIVER! 1968 153 MINS
WEST SIDE STORY 1961 151 MINS
FORREST GUMP 1994 142 MINS
WINGS 1927-28 139 MINS
ALL ABOUT EVE 1950 138 MINS
MRS. MINIVER 1942 134 MINS
A BEAUTIFUL MIND 2001 134 MINS
ALL QUIET ON THE WESTERN FRONT 1929-30 133 MINS
ONE FLEW OVER THE CUCKOO'S NEST 1975 133 MINS
RAIN MAN 1988 133 MINS
MUTINY ON THE BOUNTY 1935 132 MINS
TERMS OF ENDEARMENT 1983 132 MINS
REBECCA 1940 130 MINS
TOM JONES 1963 129 MINS
THE STING 1973 129 MINS
YOU CAN'T TAKE IT WITH YOU 1938 127 MINS
UNFORGIVEN 1992 127 MINS
GOING MY WAY 1944 126 MINS
THE APARTMENT 1960 125 MINS
CIMARRON 1930-31 124 MINS
ORDINARY PEOPLE 1980 123 MINS
CHARIOTS OF FIRE 1981 123 MINS
SHAKESPEARE IN LOVE 1998 122 MINS
AMERICAN BEAUTY 1999 121 MINS
A MAN FOR ALL SEASONS 1966 120 MINS
PLATOON 1986 120 MINS
ROCKY 1976 119 MINS
HOW GREEN WAS MY VALLEY 1941 118 MINS
GENTLEMEN'S AGREEMENT 1947 118 MINS
FROM HERE TO ETERNITY 1953 118 MINS
THE SILENCE OF LAMBS 1991 118 MINS
THE LIFE EMILE ZOLA 1937 116 MINS
GIGI 1958 116 MINS
AN AMERICAN IN PARIS 1951 115 MINS
GRAND HOTEL 1931-32 113 MINS
MIDNIGHT COWBOY 1969 113 MINS
CHICAGO 2002 113 MINS
CAVALCADE 1932-33 110 MINS
ALL THE KING'S MEN 1949 109 MINS
IN THE HEAT OF THE NIGHT 1967 109 MINS
ON THE WATERFRONT 1954 108 MINS
IT HAPPENED ONE NIGHT 1934 105 MINS
THE FRENCH CONNECTION 1971 104 MINS
KRAMER VS KRAMER 1979 104 MINS
CASABLANCA 1943 102 MINS
THE LOST WEEKEND 1945 101 MINS
THE BROADWAY MELODY 1928-29 100 MINS
DRIVING MISS DAISY 1989 099 MINS
ANNIE HALL 1977 094 MINS
MARTY 1955 091 MINS

THE BEST PICTURE DIRECTORS

3 BEST PICTURES UNDER THE BELT
WILLIAM WYLER (MRS. MINIVER, 1942; THE BEST YEARS OF
OUR LIVES, 1946; BEN-HUR, 1949)

2 BEST PICTURES UNDER THE BELT
FRANK CAPRA (IT HAPPENED ONE NIGHT, 1934 & YOU CAN'T
TAKE IT WITH YOU, 1938)
FRANCES FORD COPPOLA (THE GODFATHER, 1972; THE
GODFATHER PART II, 1974)
MILOS FORMAN (ONE FLEW OVER THE CUCKOO'S NEST, 1975;
AMADEUS, 1984)
ELIA KAZAN (GENTLEMEN'S AGREEMENT, 1947; ON THE
WATERFRONT, 1954)
DAVID LEAN (THE BRIDGE ON THE RIVER KWAI, 1957;
LAWRENCE OF ARABIA, 1962)
FRANK LLOYD (CAVALCADE, 1932-33; MUTINY ON THE BOUNTY,
1935)
VINCENTE MINNELLI (AN AMERICAN IN PARIS, 1951; GIGI,
1958)
FRED ZINNEMANN (FROM HERE TO ETERNITY, 1953; A MAN FOR
ALL SEASONS, 1966)

1 BEST PICTURE WINNER UNDER THE BELT
WOODY ALLEN (ANNIE HALL, 1977)
MICHAEL ANDERSON (AROUND THE WORLD IN 80 DAYS, 1956)
RICHARD ATTENBOROUGH (GANDHI, 1982)
JOHN G AVILDSEN (ROCKY, 1976)
HARRY BEAUMONT (THE BROADWAY MELODY, 1928-29)
ROBERT BENTON (KRAMER VS. KRAMER, 1979)
BRUCE BERESFORD (DRIVING MISS DAISY, 1989)
BERNARDO BERTOLUCCI (THE LAST EMPEROR, 1967)
JAMES L BROOKS (TERMS OF ENDEARMENT, 1983)
JAMES CAMERON (TITANIC, 1997)
MICHAEL CIMINO (THE DEER HUNTER, 1978)
KEVIN COSTNER (DANCES WITH WOLVES, 1990)
GEORGE CUKOR (MY FAIR LADY, 1964)
MICHAEL CURTIZ (CASABLANCA, 1943)
CECIL B DEMILLE (THE GREATEST SHOW ON EARTH, 1952)
JONATHAN DEMME (THE SILENCE OF THE LAMBS, 1991)
WILLIAM DIETERLE (THE LIFE OF EMILE ZOLA, 1937)
CLINT EASTWOOD (UNFORGIVEN, 1992)
JOHN FORD (HOW GREEN WAS MY VALLEY, 1941)
VICTOR FLEMING (GONE WITH THE WIND, 1939)
WILLIAM FRIEDKIN (THE FRENCH CONNECTION, 1971)
MEL GIBSON (BRAVEHEART, 1995)
EDMUND GOULDING (GRAND HOTEL, 1931-32)
GEORGE ROY HILL (THE STING, 1973)
ALFRED HITCHCOCK (REBECCA, 1940)
RON HOWARD (A BEAUTIFUL MIND, 2001)
HUGH HUDSON (CHARIOTS OF FIRE, 1981)
NORMAN JEWISON (IN THE HEAT OF THE NIGHT, 1967)
ROBERT Z. LEONARD (THE GREAT ZIEGFELD, 1936)
BARRY LEVINSON (RAIN MAN, 1988)
JOHN MADDEN (SHAKESPEARE IN LOVE, 1998)
JOSEPH L MANKIEWICZ (ALL ABOUT EVE, 1950)
DELBERT MANN (MARTY, 1955)
LEO MCCAREY (GOING MY WAY, 1944)
SAM MENDES (AMERICAN BEAUTY, 1999)
LEWIS MILESTONE (ALL QUIET ON THE WESTERN FRONT,
1929-30)
ANTHONY MINGHELLA  (THE ENGLISH PATIENT, 1996)
LAURENCE OLIVIER (HAMLET, 1948)
SYDNEY POLLACK (OUT OF AFRICA, 1985)
ROBERT REDFORD (ORDINARY PEOPLE, 1980)
OLIVER REED (OLIVER!, 1968)
TONY RICHARDSON (TOM JONES, 1963)
JEROME ROBBINS (WEST SIDE STORY, 1961)
ROBERT ROSSEN (ALL THE KING'S MEN, 1949)
WESLEY RUGGLES (CIMARRON, 1930-31)
FRANKLIN J SCHAFFNER (PATTON, 1970)
JOHN SCHLESINGER (MIDNIGHT COWBOY, 1969)
STEVEN SPIELBERG (SCHINDLER'S LIST, 1993)
OLIVER STONE (PLATOON, 1986)
WILLIAM A WELLMAN (WINGS, 1927-28)
BILLY WILDER (THE LOST WEEKEND, 1945; THE APARTMENT,
1960)
ROBERT WISE (WEST SIDE STORY, 1961; THE SOUND OF
MUSIC, 1965)
ROBERT ZEMECKIS (FORREST GUMP, 1994)

THEY WON BEST PICTURE AND BEST DIRECTOR
WOODY ALLEN  (ANNIE HALL, 1977)
RICHARD ATTENBOROUGH (GANDHI, 1982;)
JOHN G. AVILDSEN (ROCKY, 1976)
ROBERT BENTON (KRAMER VS KRAMER, 1979)
BERNARDO BERTOLUCCI (THE LAST EMPEROR, 1987)
JAMES L BROOKS (TERMS OF ENDEARMENT, 1983)
JAMES CAMERON (TITANIC, 1997)
FRANK CAPRA (IT HAPPNED ONE NIGHT, 1934; YOU CAN'T
TAKE IT WITH YOU, 1938)
MICHAEL CIMINO (THE DEER HUNTER, 1978)
FRANCIS FORD COPPOLA (THE GODFATHER PART II, 1974)
KEVIN COSTNER (DANCES WITH WOLVES, 1990)
GOERGE CUKOR (MY FAIR LADY, 1963)
MICHAEL CURTIZ (CASABLANCA, 1943)
JONATHAN DEMME (THE SILENCE OF THE LAMBS, 1991)
CLINT EASTWOOD (UNFORGIVEN, 1992)
JOHN FORD (HOW GREEN WAY MY VALLEY, 1941)
MILOS FORMAN (ONE FLEW OVER THE CUCKOO'S NEST, 1975;
AMADEUS, 1984)
WILLIAM FRIEDKIN (THE FRENCH CONNECTION, 1971)
MEL GIBSON (BRAVEHEART, 1996)
GOERGE ROY HILL (THE STING, 1973)
RON HOWARD (A BEAUTIFUL MIND, 2001)
ELIA KAZAN (GENTLEMEN'S AGREEMENT, 1947; ON THE
WATERFRONT, 1954)
DAVID LEAN (THE BRIDGE ON THE RIVER KWAI, 1957;
LAWRENCE OF ARABIA, 1962)
BARRY LEVINSON (RAIN MAN, 1988)
FRANK LLOYD (CAVALCADE, 1932-33)
JOSEPH L MANKIEWICZ (ALL ABOUT EVE, 1950)
DELBERT MANN (MARTY, 1955)
LEO MCCAREY (GOING MY WAY, 1944)
SAM MENDES (AMERICAN BEAUTY, 1999)
LEWIS MILESTONES (ALL QUIET ON THE WESTERN FRONT,
1929-30)
ANTHONY MINGHELLA (THE ENGLISH PATIENT, 1996)
SYDNEY POLLACK (OUT OF AFRICA, 1985)
ROBERT REDFORD (ORDINARY PEOPLE, 1980)
OLIVER REED (OLIVER! , 1968)
TONY RICHARDSON (TOM JONES, 1963)
JEROME ROBBINS (WEST SIDE STORY, 1961)
FRANKLIN J SCHAFFNER (PATTON, 1970)
JOHN SCHLESINGER (MIDNIGHT COWBOY, 1969)
STEVEN SPEILBERG (SCHDLER'S LIST, 1994)
OLIVER STONE (PLATOON, 1986)
BILLY WILDER (THE LOST WEEKEND, 1945; THE APARTMENT,
1960)
ROBERT WISE (WEST SIDE STORY, 1961; THE SOUND OF
MUSIC, 1965)
WILLIAM WYLER (MRS. MINIVER, 1942; THE BEST YEARS OF
OUR LIVES, 1946; BEN-HUR, 1959)
ROBERT ZEMECKIS (FORREST GUMP, 1994)
FRED ZINNEMANN (FROM HERE TO ETERNITY, 1953; A MAN FOR
ALL SEASONS, 1966)

WE WERE NOMINATED, BUT DID NOT WIN


· HARRY BEAUMONT, THE BROADWAY MELODY, 1928-29
· WESLEY RUGGLES, CIMARRON , 1930-31
· FRANK LLOYD, MUTINY ON THE BOUNTY, 1935
· ROBERT Z LEONARD, THE GREAT ZIEGFELD, 1936
· WILLIAM DIETERLE, THE LIFE OF EMILE ZOLA, 1937
· ALFRED HITCHCOCK, REBECCA, 1940
· LAURENCE OLIVIER, HAMLET, 1948
· ROBERT ROSSEN, ALL THE KING'S MEN, 1949
· VINCENTE MINELLI, AN AMERICAN IN PARIS, 1951
· CECIL B DEMILLE, THE GREATEST SHOW ON EARTH, 1952
· MICHAEL ANDERSON, AROUND THE WORLD IN 80 DAYS, 1956
· NORMAN JEWISON, IN THE HEAT OF THE NIGHT, 1967
· FRANCES FORD COPPOLA, THE GODFATHER, 1972
· HUGH HUDSON, CHARIOTS OF FIRE, 1981
· JOHN MADDEN, SHAKESPEARE IN LOVE, 1998
· RIDLEY SCOTT, GLADIATOR, 2000
· ROB MARSHALL, CHICAGO, 2001

THEY WERE NOT EVEN NOMINATED FOR BEST DIRECTOR
· WILLIAM A WELLMAN, WINGS, 1927-28
· EDMUND GOULDING, GRAND HOTEL, 1931-32
· BRUCE BERESFORD, DRIVING MISS DAISY, 1989

The Studio Best Picture Wins

Columbia (12 Wins)
· It Happened One Night, 1934
· You Can't Take It With You, 1938
· All the King's Men, 1949
· From Here to Eternity, 1953
· On the Waterfront, 1954
· The Bridge on the River Kwai, 1957
· Lawrence of Arabia, 1962
· A Man for All Seasons, 1966
· Oliver!, 1968
· Kramer Vs. Kramer, 1979
· Gandhi, 1982
· The Last Emperor, 1987
·
United Artists (12 Wins)
· Rebecca, 1940
· Marty, 1955
· Around the World in 80 Days, 1956
· The Apartment, 1960
· West Side Story, 1961
· Tom Jones, 1963
· In the Heat of the Night, 1967
· Midnight Cowboy, 1969
· One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest, 1975
· Rocky, 1976
· Annie Hall, 1977
· Rain Man, 1988

Paramount (11 Wins)
· Wings, 1927-28
· Going My Way, 1944
· The Lost Weekend, 1945
· The Greatest Show on Earth, 1952
· The Godfather, 1972
· The Godfather Part II, 1974
· Ordinary People, 1980
· Terms of Endearment, 1983
· Forrest Gump, 1994
· Braveheart, 1995
· Titanic, 1997

Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (9 Wins)
· The Broadway Melody, 1928-29
· Grand Hotel, 1931-32
· Mutiny on the Bounty, 1935
· The Great Ziegfeld, 1936
· Gone with the Wind, 1939
· Mrs. Miniver, 1942
· An American in Paris, 1951
· Gigi, 1958
· Ben-Hur, 1959

20th Century Fox (7 Wins)
· Cavalcade, 1932-33
· How Green Was My Valley, 1941
· Gentlemen's Agreement, 1947
· All About Eve, 1950
· The Sound of Music, 1965
· Patton, 1970
· The French Connection, 1971

Warner Bros. (6 Wins)
· The Life of Emile Zola, 1937
· Casablanca, 1943
· My Fair Lady, 1964
· Chariots of Fire, 1981
· Driving Miss Daisy, 1989
· Unforgiven, 1992

Universal
· All Quiet on the Western Front, 1929-30
· The Sting, 1973
· The Deer Hunter, 1978
· Out of Africa, 1985
· Schindler's List, 1993

Orion (4 Wins)
· Amadeus, 1984
· Platoon, 1986
· Dances with Wolves, 1990
· The Silence of the Lambs, 1991

DreamWorks (3 Wins)
· American Beauty, 1999
· Gladiator, 2000
· A Beautiful Mind, 2001

Miramax (3 Wins)
· The English Patient, 1996
· Shakespeare in Love, 1998
· Chicago, 2002

RKO Radio (2 Wins)
· Cimarron, 1930-31
· The Best Years of Our Lives, 1946

J Arthur Rank (1 Win)
· Hamlet, 1948


The Best Picture Winning Producers

They Produced 3 Winners
· SAM SPEIGEL (FROM HERE TO ETERNITY, 1953; THE BRIDGE
ON THE RIVER KWAI, 1958; LAWRENCE OF ARABIA, 1962)
· SAUL ZAENTZ PRODUCER, (ONE FLEW OVER THE CUCKOO'S
NEST, 1975; AMADEUS, 1984; THE ENGLISH PATIENT, 1996)
· DARRYL F ZANUCK (HOW GREEN WAS MY VALLEY, 1941;
GENTLEMEN'S AGREEMENT, 1947; ALL ABOUT EVE, 1950)

2 BEST PICTURE WINNING PRODUCERS
FRANK CAPRA (IT HAPPNED ONE NIGHT, 1934; YOU CAN'T
TAKE IT WITH YOU, 1938)
ARTHUR FREED (AN AMERICAN IN PARIS, 1951; GIGI, 1958)
BRANKO LUSTIG (SCHINDLER'S LIST, 1993; GLADIATOR,
2000)
DAVID O SELZNICK (GONE WITH THE WIND, 1939; REBECCA,
1940)
IRVING THALBERG (GRAND HOTEL, 1931-32; MUTINY ON THE
BOUNTY, 1935)
ROBERT WISE (WEST SIDE STORY, 1961; THE SOUND OF
MUSIC, 1965)
They only had one Best Picture Win
BUDDY ADLER (FROM HERE TO ETERNITY, 1952)
RICHARD ATTENBOROUGH (GANDHI, 1982)
TONY BILL (THE STING, 1973)
HENRY BLANKE  (THE LIFE OF EMILE ZOLA, 1937)
RON BOZMAN (THE SILENCE OF THE LAMBS, 1991)
CHARLES BRACKETT (THE LOST WEEKEND, 1945)
JAMES L BROOKS (TERMS OF ENDEARMENT, 1983)
JAMES CAMERON (TITANIC, 1997)
ROBERT CHARTOFF (ANNIE HALL, 1977)
MICHAEL CIMINO (THE DEER HUNTER, 1978)
BRUCE COHEN  (AMERICAN BEAUTY, 1999)
HARRY COHN (IT HAPPENED ONE NIGHT, 1934)
FRANCIS FORD COPPOLA (THE GODFATHER PART II, 1974)
KEVIN COSTNER (DANCES WITH WOLVES, 1990)
PHILIP D'ANTONI (THE FRENCH CONNECTION, 1971)
BRUCE DAVEY (BRAVEHEART, 1995)
CECIL B DEMILLE (THE GREATEST SHOW ON EARTH, 1952)
MICHAEL DEELEY (THE DEER HUNTER, 1978)
MICHAEL DOUGLAS (ONE FLEW OVER THE CUCKOO'S NEST,
1975)
WENDY FINERMAN (FORREST GUMP, 1994)
SIDNEY FRANKLIN (MRS MINIVER, 1942)
DAVID FRANZONI (GLADIATOR, 2000)
GARY FREDERICKSON (THE GODFATHER PART II, 1974)
MEL GIBSON (BRAVEHEART, 1996)
DONNA GIGLOTTI (SHAKESPEARE IN LOVE, 1998)
SAMUEL GOLDWYN (THE BEST YEARS OF OUR LIVES, 1945)
BRIAN GRAZER (A BEAUTIFUL MIND, 2001)
HAROLD HECHT (MARTY, 1955)
JEROME HELLMAN (MIDNIGHT COWBOY, 1969)
RON HOWARD (A BEAUTIFUL MIND, 2001)
LUCIAN HUBBARD (WINGS, 1927-28)
STANLEY R JAFFE (KRAMER VS KRAMER, 1979)
DAN JINKS (AMERICAN BEAUTY, 1999)
CHARLES H JOFFE (ANNIE HALL, 1977)
MARK JOHNSON (RAIN MAN, 1988)
ARNOLD KOPELSON (PLATOON, 1986)
WILLIAM LABORON (CIMARRON, 1930-31)
ALAN LADD JR. (BRAVEHEART, 1995)
CARL LAEMMLE JR. (ALL QUIET ON THE WESTERN FRONT
1930-31)
JON LANDAU (TITANIC, 1997)
ALBERT LEWIN (MUTINY ON THE BOUNTY, 1935)
LEO MCCAREY (GOING MY WAY, 1944)
FRANK MCCARTHY (PATTON, 1970)
WALTER MIRISCH (IN THE HEAT OF THE NIGHT, 1967)
GERALD R MOLEN (SCHINDLER'S LIST, 1994)
MARC NEWMAN (SHAKESPEARE IN LOVE, 1998)
LAURENCE OLIVIER (HAMLET, 1948)
DAVID PARLITT (SHAKESPEARE IN LOVE, 1998
JOHN PEVERALL (THE DEER HUNTER, 1978)
JULIA PHILLIPS (THE STING, 1973)
MICHAEL PHILLIPS (THE STING, 1973)
SYNDEY POLLACK (OUT OF AFRICA, 1985)
DAVID PUTTMAN (CHARIOTS OF FIRE, 1981)
HARRY RAPT (THE BROADWAY MELODY, 1928-29)
TONY RICHARDSON (TOM JONES, 1963)
FRED ROOS (THE GODFATHER PART II, 1974)
ROBERT ROSSEN (ALL THE KING'S MEN, 1949)
ALBERT S RUDDY (THE GODFATHER, 1972)
EDWARD SAXON (THE SILENCE OF THE LAMBS, 1991)
RONALD L SCHWARY (ORDINARY PEOPLE, 1980)
WINFIELD SHEEHAND (CAVALCADE, 1932-33)
STEVEN SPIELBERG (SCHINDLER'S LIST, 1994)
STEVE STARKEY (FORREST GUMP, 1994)
HUNT STROMBERG (THE GREAT ZIEGFIELD, 1938)
JEREMY THOMAS (THE LAST EMPEROR, 1987)
STEVE TISCH (FORREST GUMP, 1994)
MICHAEL TODD (AROUND THE WORLD IN 80 DAYS, 1986)
KENNETH UTT (THE SILENCE OF THE LAMBS, 1991)
HAL B WALLIS (CASABLANCA, 1943)
JACK L WARNER (MY FAIR LADY, 1964)
HARVEY WEINSTEIN (SHAKESPEARE IN LOVE, 1998)
DOUGLAS WICK (GLADIATOR, 2000)
BILLY WILDER (THE APARTMENT, 1960)
JIM WILSON (DANCES WITH WOLVES, 1990)
IRWIN WINKLER (ANNIE HALL, 1977)
JOHN WOOLF (OLIVER!, 1968)
RICHARD D ZANUCK (DRIVING MISS DAISY, 1989)
LILI FINI ZANUCK (DRIVING MISS DAISY, 1989)
SAM ZIMBALIST (BEN-HUR, 1959)
EDWARD ZWICK  (SHAKESPEARE IN LOVE, 1998)

The Genre of Best Picture Winners

Horror/Thriller Films: (2)
Rebecca, 1940; The Silence of the Lambs, 1991

Comedy Films (9)
It Happened One Night, 1934; You Can't Take It With
You, 1938; Going My Way, 1944; The Apartment, 1960;
Tom Jones, 1963; The Sting, 1973; Annie Hall, 1977;
Terns of Endearment, 1983; Shakespeare in Love, 1998

Western Films (3)
Cimarron, 1930-31; Dances with Wolves, 1990;
Unforgiven, 1992

Musicals (10)
The Broadway Melody, 1928-29; The Great Ziegfeld,
1936; An American in Paris, 1951; Gigi, 1958; West
Side Story, 1961; My Fair Lady, 1964; The Sound of
Music, 1965; Oliver!, 1968; Amadeus, 1984; Chicago,
2002

Action-Adventure (3)
The Greatest Show on Earth, 1952; Around the World in
80 Days, 1956; The French Connection, 1971

Historical Epics (13)
Mutiny on the Bounty, 1935; Gone with the Wind, 1939;
Hamlet, 1948; Ben-Hur, 1959; Lawrence of Arabia, 1962;
Gandhi, 1982; Out of Africa, 1985; The Last Emperor,
1987; Forrest Gump, 1994; Braveheart, 1995; The
English Patient, 1996; Titanic, 1997; Gladiator, 2000

War Films (8)
Wings, 1927-28; All Quiet on the Western Front,
1929-30; Casablanca, 1943; The Bridge on the River
Kwai, 1957; Patton, 1970; The Deer Hunter, 1978;
Platoon, 1986; Schindler's List, 1993


Drama Films (27) 
Grand Hotel, 1931-32; Cavalcade, 1932-33; The Life of
Emile Zola, 1937; How Green Was My Valley, 1941; Mrs.
Miniver, 1942; The Lost Weekend, 1945; The Best Years
of Our Lives, 1946; Gentlemen's Agreement, 1947; All
the King's Men, 1949;All About Eve, 1950; From Here to
Eternity, 1953; On the Waterfront, 1954; Marty, 1955;
In the Heat of the Night, 1967; A Man for All Seasons,
1966; Midnight Cowboy, 1969; The Godfather, 1972; The
Godfather Part II; 1974; One Flew Over the Cuckoo's
Nest, 1975, Rocky, 1976; Kramer Vs. Kramer, 1979;
Ordinary People, 1980;Chariots of Fire, 1981; Rain
Man, 1988; Driving Miss Daisy, 1989; American Beauty,
1999; A Beautiful Mind, 2001

This films are divided in two three categories
Women Pictures (3);
Family & Individual Message Movies (14)
Race, Politics, Crime: Message Movies (10)

Women Films (3)
Grand Hotel, 1931-32
Mrs. Miniver, 1942
All About Eve, 1950

Race, Politics and Crime Message Movies (11)
The Life Emile Zola, 1937; The Best Year of Our Lives,
1946; Gentlemen's Agreement, 1947; All the King's Men,
1949; From Here to Eternity, 1953; On The Waterfront,
1954; A Man for All Seasons, 1966; In The Heat of the
Night, 1967; Midnight Cowboy, 1969; The Godfather,
1972; The Godfather Part II, 1974

Racial Films (3)
The Life of Emile Zola, 1937
Gentlemen's Agreement, 1947
In The Heat of the Night, 1967

Political Films (5)
The Best Year of Our Lives, 1946
All the King's Men, 1949
From Here to Eternity, 1953
On The Waterfront, 1954
A Man for All Seasons, 1966

Crime Films (3)
Midnight Cowboy, 1969
The Godfather, 1972
The Godfather Part II, 1974

Individual and the Family Message Movies (13)
Cavalcade, 1932-33; How Green Was My Valley, 1941;
Marty, 1955; One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest, 1975;
Rocky, 1976; Kramer Vs. Kramer, 1979; Ordinary People,
1980; Chariots of Fire, 1981; Rain Man, 1988; Driving
Miss Daisy, 1989: American Beauty, 1999; A Beautiful
Mid, 2001

The Individual-Based Films (5)
The Lost Weekend, 1945
One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest, 1975
Chariots of Fire, 1981
A Beautiful Mid, 2001

Family Films (9)
Cavalcade, 1932-33
How Green Was My Valley, 1941
Marty, 1955
Rocky, 1976
Kramer Vs. Kramer, 1979
Ordinary People, 1980
Rain Man, 1988
Driving Miss Daisy, 1989
American Beauty, 1999

THE AFI
THE BEST PICTURES FILMS THAT MADE THE LIST (44)
All Quiet on the Western Front, 1929-30; It Happened
One Night, 1934; Mutiny on the Bounty, 1935; Gone with
the Wind, 1939; Rebecca, 1940; Casablanca, 1943; The
Best Years of Our Lives, 1946; All About Ever, 1950;
An American in Paris, 1951; From Here to Eternity,
1953; On the Waterfront, 1954; Marty, 1955; The Bridge
on the River Kwai, 1957; Gigi, 1958; Ben-Hur, 1959;
The Apartment, 1960; West Side Story, 1961; Lawrence
of Arabia, 1962; My Fair Lady, 1964; The Sound of
Music, 1965; In the Heat of the Night, 1967; Midnight
Cowboy, 1969; Patton, 1970; The French Connection,
1971; The Godfather, 1972; The Godfather Part II,
1974; One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest, 1975; Rocky,
1976; Annie Hall, 1977; The Deer Hunter, 1978; Gandhi,
1982; Amadeus, 1984; Out of Africa, 1985; Platoon,
1986; Dances with Wolves, 1990; The Silence of the
Lambs, 1991; Unforgiven, 1992; Schindler's List, 1993;
Forrest Gump, 1994; Braveheart, 1995; The English
Patient, 1996; Titanic, 1997: Shakespeare in Love,
1998; Gladiator, 2000

THE BEST PICTURES THAT ARE NOT ON THE LIST.YET (31)
Wings, 1927-28; The Broadway Melody, 1928-29;
Cimarron, 1930-31; Grand Hotel, 1931-32; Cavalcade,
1932-33; The Great Ziegfeld, 1936; The Life of Emile
Zola, 1937; You Can't Take It With You, 1938; How
Green Was My Valley, 1941; Mrs. Miniver, 1942; Going
My Way, 1944; The Lost Weekend, 1945; Gentlemen's
Agreement, 1947; Hamlet, 1948; All the King's Men,
1949; The Greatest Show on Earth, 1952; Around the
World in 80 Days, 1958; Tom Jones, 1963; A Man for All
Seasons, 1966; Oliver!, 1968; The Sting, 1973; Annie
Hall, 1977; Kramer Vs. Kramer, 1979; Ordinary People,
1980; Chariots of Fire, 1981; Terms of Endearment,
1983; The Last Emperor, 1987; Rain Man, 1988; Driving
Miss Daisy, 1989; American Beauty, 1999; A Beautiful
Mind, 2001; Chicago, 2002




100 YEARS.100 MOVIES  (33 OUT OF 100 ARE BEST PICTURE
WINNERS)
1942: CASABLANCA (2)
1972: THE GODFATHER (3)
1939: GONE WITH THE WIND (4)
1962: LAWRENCE OF ARABIA (5)
1954: ON THE WATERFRONT (8)
1993: SCHINDLER'S LIST (9)
1957: THE BRIDGE ON THE RIVER KWAI (13)
1950: ALL ABOUT EVE (16)
1975: ONE FLEW OVER THE CUCKOO'S NEST (20)
1977: ANNIE HALL (31)
1974: THE GODFATHER PART II (32)
1934: IT HAPPENED ONE NIGHT (35)
1969: MIDNIGHT COWBOY (36)
1946: THE BEST YEARS OF OUR LIVES (37)
1961: WEST SIDE STORY (41)
1953: FROM HERE TO ETENITY (52)
1984: AMADEUS (53)
1930: ALL QUIET ON THE WESTERN FRONT (54)
1965: THE SOUND OF MUSIC (55)
1991: THE SILENCE OF THE LAMBS (65)
1951: AN AMERICAN IN PARIS (68)
1971: THE FRENCH CONNECTION (70)
1994: FORREST GUMP (71)
1959: BEN-HUR (72)
1990: DANCES WITH WOLVES (75)
1976: ROCKY (78)
1978: THE DEER HUNTER (79)
1986: PLATOON (83)
1935: MUTINY ON THE BOUNTY (86)
1970: PATTON (89)
1964: MY FAIR LADY (91)
1960: THE APARTMENT (93)
1992: UNFORGIVEN (98)

100 YEARS.100 LAUGHS (3 OUT OF 100 ARE BEST PICTURE
WINNERS)

1977: ANNIE HALL (4)
1934: IT HAPPENED ONE NIGHT (8)
1960: THE APARTMENT (20)

100 YEARS.100 THRILLS (14 OUT OF 100 ARE BEST PICTURE
WINNERS)
1991: THE SILENCE OF THE LAMBS (5)
1971: THE FRENCH CONNECTION (8)
1972: THE GODFATHER (11)
1962: LAWRENCE OF ARABIA (23)
1997: TITANIC (25)
1978: THE DEER HUNTER (30)
1942: CASABLANCA (37)
1959: BEN-HUR (49)
1976: ROCKY (52)
1957: THE BRIDGE ON THE RIVER KWAI (58)
1986: PLATOON (72)
1940: REBECCA (80)
1995: BRAVEHEART (91)

100 YEARS.100 ROMANCES  (16 OUT OF A 100 ARE BEST
PICTURE WINNERS)
1942: CASABLANCA (1)
1939: GONE WITH THE WIND (2)
1961: WEST SIDE STORY (3)
1977: ANNIE HALL (11)
1964: MY FAIR LADY (12)
1985: OUT OF AFRICA (13)
1953: FROM HERE TO ETERNITY (20)
1965: THE SOUND OF MUSIC (27)
1958: GIGI (35)
1997: TITANIC (37)
1934: IT HAPPENED ONE NIGHT (38)
1951: AN AMERICAN IN PARIS (39)
1998: SHAKESPEARE IN LOVE (50)
1996: THE ENGLISH PATIENT (56)
1960: THE APARTMENT (62)
1955: MARTY (64)

100 YEARS.100 HEROES AND VILLIANS
VILLIANS (7 OUT OF 50 CHARACTERS WERE IN BEST WINNING
PICTURES)
1991: THE SILENCE OF THE LAMBS: Dr. Hannibal Lecter
(1)
1975: ONE FLEW OVER THE CUCKOO'S NEST: Nurse Mildred
Ratched (5)
1974: THE GODFATHER PART II: Michael Corleone (11)
1993: SCHINDLER'S LIST: Amon Goeth (15)
1935: MUTINY ON THE BOUNTY: Captain Bligh (19)
1950: ALL ABOUT EVE: Eve Harrington (23)
1940: REBECCA: Mrs. Danvers (31)

HEROS (11 OUT OF 50 CHARACTERS WERE IN BEST PICTURE
WINNING FILMS
1942: CASABLANA: Rick Blaine (4)
1991: THE SILENCE OF THE LAMBS: Clarice Starling (6)
1976: ROCKY: Rocky Balboa (7)
1962: LAWRENCE OF ARABIA: T.E. Lawrence (10)
1993: SCHINDLER'S LIST: Oskar Schindler (13)
1967: IN THE HEAT OF THE NIGHT: Virgil Tibbs (19)
1982: GANDHI: Mahatma Gandhi (21)
1954: ON THE WATERFRONT: Terry Malloy (23)
1970: PATTON: General George Patton (29)
1971: THE FRENCH CONNECTION: Jimmy "Popeye" Doyle (44)
2000: GLADIATOR: General Maximus Decimus Meridus (50)

Nominations Order of the Best Directors
12(1)- William Wyler, 1936, 1939, 1940, 1941, 1942,
1946, 1949, 1951, 1953, 1956, 1959, 1965
8(1)- Billy Wilder, 1944, 1945, 1950, 1953, 1954,
1957, 1959, 1960
7(2)- Fred Zinnemann, 1948, 1952, 1953, 1959, 1960,
1966, 1977; David Lean, 1946, 1947, 1955, 1957,
1962, 1965, 1984
6(2)- Frank Capra, 1933, 1934, 1936, 1938, 1939, 1946;
Woody Allen, 1977, 1978, 1984, 1986, 1989, 1994 
5(7)- John Ford, 1935, 1939,1940, 1941,1952; Michael
Curtiz, 1935, 1938 (2), 1942, 1943; Elia Kazan,
1947, 1951, 1954, 1955, 1963; John Huston, 1948, 1950,
1951, 1952, 1885; George Stevens,
1943, 1951, 1953, 1956, 1959; George Cukor, 1932-33,
1940, 1947, 1950, 1964; Steven
Spielberg, 1977, 1981, 1982, 1993, 1998
4(4)- Frank Lloyd, 1928-29 (2), 1932-33, 1935; Joseph
L Mankiewicz, 1949, 1950, 1952, 1972; Mike
Nichols, 1966, 1967, 1983, 1988; Francis Ford Coppola,
1972, 1974, 1979, 1990;
3(10)- Lewis Milestone, 1927-28, 1929-30, 1930-31; Leo
McCarey, 1937, 1944, 1945; Robert Wise, 1958,
1961, 1965; Carel Reed, 1949, 1950, 1968; John
Schlesinger, 1965, 1969, 1971; Bob Fasse,
1972, 174, 1979; Milos Forman, 1975, 1984, 1996;
Sydney Pollack, 1969, 1982, 1985; Oliver Stone, 1986,
1989, 1991; Roman Polasnski, 1974, 1980, 2002
2(11)- Frank Borzage, 1927-28, 1932; Norman Taurog,
1930-31; 1938; Vincente Minnelli, 1951, 1958;
William Friedkin, 1971, 1973; George Roy Hill, 1969,
1973; Robert Benton, 1979, 1984; Robert
Redford, 1980, 1994; Warren Beaty, 1978, 1981;
Bernardo Bertolucci, 1973, 1987; Barry Levinson, 1988,
1991; Steven Soderberg, 2000 (2);
1(18)- Victor Fleming, 1939; Delbert Mann, 1955;
Jerome Robbins, 1961; Tony Richardson, 1963; Franklin
J
Schaffner, 1970; John G. Avildsen, 1976; Michael
Cimino, 1978; Richard Attenborough, 1982;
James L. Brooks, 1983; Kevin Costner, 1990; Jonathan
Demme, 1991; Clint Eastwood, 1992; Robert Zemeckis,
1994; Mel Gibson, 1995; Anthony Minghella, 1996; James
Cameron, 1997; Sam Mendes, 1999; Ron Howard, 2001


The Winning Directors
4(1)- John Ford, 1935, 1940, 1941, 1952
3(2)- Frank Capra, 1934, 1936, 1938; William Wyler,
1942, 1946, 1959
2(12)- Frank Borzage, 1927-28, Lewis Milestone,
1927-28, 1929-30; Frank Lloyd, 1928-29, 1932-33; 1930-
31; Leo McCarey, 1937, 1944; Elia Kazan, 1947, 1954;
Joseph L. Mankiewicz, 1949, 1950; Fred Zinnemann,
1953, 1966; David Leon, 1957, 1962; Robert Wise, 1961,
1965; Milos Forman, 1975, 1984; Olver Stone, 1986,
1989; Steven Spielberg, 1993, 1998
1(60)- Michael Curtiz, 1942; Delbert Mann, 1955;
Jerome Robbins, 1961; Tony Richardson, 1963;George
Cukor, 1964; Mike Nichols, 1967; Carel Reed, 1968;
John Schlesinger, 1969; Franklin J Schaffner, 1970;
William Fiedkin, 1971; Bob Fasse, 1972; George Roy
Hill, 1973; Francis Ford Coppola, 1974; John G.
Avildsen, 1976; Woody Allen, 1977; Michael Cimino,
1978; Robert Benton, 1979; Robert Redford, 1980;
Warren Beatty, 1981; Richard Attenborough, 1982; James
L Brooks, 1983; Sydney Pollack, 1985; Bernardo
Bertolucci, 1987; Barry Levinson, 1988; Kevin Costner,
1990; Jonathan Demme, 1991; Clint Eastwood, 1992;
Robert Zemeckis, 1994; Mel Gibson, 1995; Anthony
Minghella, 1996; James Cameron, 1997; Sam Mendes,
1999; Steven Soderberg, 2000; Ron Howard, 2001; Roman
Polanski, 2002

The Nominated Directors and their wins

WOODY ALLEN (6 NOMS, 1 WIN)
· ANNIE HALL, 1977
· INTERIORS, 1978
· BROADWAY DANNY ROSE, 1984
· HANNAH AND HER SISTERS, 1986
· CRIMES AND MISDEMEANORS, 1989
· BULLETS OVER BROADWAY, 1994

RICHARD ATTENBOROUGH (1 NOM, 1 WIN)
· GANDHI, 1982

JOHN G AVILDSEN (1 NOM, 1 WIN)
· ROCKY, 1976

WARREN BEATTY (2 NOMS, 1 WIN)
· HEAVEN CAN WAIT, 1978 with Buck Henry
· REDS, 1981

ROBERT BENTON (2 NOMS, 1 WIN)
· KRAMER VS. KRAMER, 1979
· PLACES IN THE HEART, 1984

BERNARDO BERTOLUCCI (2 NOMS, 1 WIN)
· LAST TANGO IN PARIS, 1973
· THE LAST EMPEROR, 1987

FRANK BORZAGE (2 NOMS, 2 WINS)
· 7TH HEAVEN, 1927-28
· BAD GIRL, 1931-32

JAMES L BROOKS (1 NOM, 1 WIN)
· TERMS OF ENDEARMENT, 1983

JAMES CAMERON (1 NOM, 1 WIN)
· TITANIC, 1997

FRANK CAPRA (6 NOMS, 3 WINS)
· LADY FOR A DAY, 1932-33
· IT HAPPENED ONE NIGHT, 1934
· MR DEEDS GOES TO TOWN, 1936
· YOU CAN'T TAKE IT WITH YOU, 1938
· MR. SMITH GOES TO WASHINGTON, 1939
· IT'S A WONDERFUL LIFE, 1946

MICHAEL CIMINIO (1 NOM, 1 WIN)
· THE DEER HUNTER, 1978

FRANCES FORD COPPOLA (4 NOMS, 1 WIN)
· THE GODFATHER, 1972
· THE GODFATHER PART II, 1974
· APOCALYPSE NOW, 1979
· THE GODFATHER PART III, 1990

KEVIN COSTNER (1 NOM, 1 WIN)
· DANCES WITH WOLVES, 1990

GEORGE CUKOR (5 NOMS, 1 WIN)
· LITTLE WOMAN, 1932-33
· THE PHILADELPHIA STORY, 1950
· A DOUBLE LIFE, 1947
· BORN YESTERDAY, 1950
· MY FAIR LADY, 1964

MICHAEL CURTIZ (5 NOMS, 1 WIN)
· CAPTAIN BLOOD, 1935
· ANGELS WITH THE DIRTY FACES, 1938
· FOUR DAUGHTERS, 1938
· YANKEE DOODLE DANDY, 1942
· CASABLANCA, 1943

JONATHAN DEMME (1 NOM, 1 WIN)
· THE SILENCE OF LAMBS, 1991

CLINT EASTWOOD (1 NOM, 1 WIN)
· UNFORGIVEN, 1992

VICTOR FLEMING (1 NOM, 1 WIN)
· GONE WITH THE WIND, 1939


JOHN FORD (5 NOMS, 3 WINS)
· THE INFORMER, 1935
· STAGECOACH, 1939
· THE GRAPES OF WRATH, 1940
· HOW GREEN WAS MY VALLEY, 1941
· THE QUIET MAN, 1952

MILOS FORMAN (3 NOMS, 2 WINS)
· ONE FLEW OVER THE CUCKOO'S NEST, 1975
· AMADEUS, 1984
· THE PEOPLE VS. LARRY FLIGHT, 1996

BOB FOSSE (3 NOMS, 1 WIN)
· CABARET, 1972
· LENNY, 1974
· ALL THAT JAZZ, 1979

WILLIAM FRIEDKIN (2 NOMS, 1 WIN)
· THE FRENCH CONNECTION, 1971
· THE EXORCIST, 1973

MEL GIBSON (1 NOM, 1 WIN)
· BRAVEHEART, 1995

GEORGE ROY HILL (2 NOMS, 1 WIN)
· BUTCH CASSIDY AND THE SUNDANCE KID, 1969
· THE STING, 1973

RON HOWARD (1 NOM, 1 WIN)
· A BEAUTIFUL MIND, 2001

ELIA KAZAN (5 NOMS, 2 WINS)
· GENTLEMEN'S AGREEMENT, 1947
· A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE, 1951
· ON THE WATERFRONT, 1954
· EAST OF EDEN, 1955
· AMERICA AMERICA, 1963

DAVID LEAN  (5 NOMS, 2 WINS)
· BRIEF ENCOUNTER, 1946
· GREAT EXPECATIONS, 1947
· SUMMERTIME, 1955
· THE BRIDGE ON THE RIVER KWAI, 1957
· LAWRENCE OF ARABIA, 1952

BARRY LEVINSON (2 WINS, 1 NOM)
· RAIN MAN, 1988
· BUGSY, 1991

FRANK LLOYD (5 NOMS, 2 WINS)
· THE DIVINE LADY, 1928-29
· DRAG, 1928-29
· WEARY RIVER, 1928-29
· CAVALCADE, 1932-33
· MUTINY ON THE BOUNTY, 1935

JOSEPH L MANKIWICZ (4 NOMS, 2 WINS)
· A LETTER TO THREE EVES, 1949
· ALL ABOUT EVE, 1950
· FIVE FINGERS, 1952
· SLEUTH, 1972

DELBERT MANN (1 NOM, 1 WIN)
· MARTY, 1955

LEO McCAREY (3 NOMS, 2 WINS)
· THE AWFUL TRUTH, 1937
· GOING MY WAY, 1944
· THE BELLS OF ST. MARY'S, 1945

SAM MENDES (1 NOM, 1 WIN)
· AMERICAN BEAUTY, 1999

LEWIS MILESTONE (3 NOMS, 2 WINS)
· TWO ARABIAN KNIGHTS, 1927-28
· ALL QUIET ON THE WESTERN FRONT, 1929-30
· THE FRONT PAGE, 1930-31

ANTHONY MINGHELLA (1 NOM, 1 WIN)
· THE ENGLISH PATIENT, 1996

MIKE NICHOLS (4 NOMS, 1 WIN)
· WHO'S AFRAID OF VIRGINIA WOOLF?, 1966
· THE GRADUATE, 1967
· SILKWOOD, 1983
· WORKING GIRL, 1988

ROMAN POLANSKI (3 NOMS, 1 WIN)
· CHINATOWN, 1974
· TESS, 1980
· THE PIANIST

SYDNEY POLLACK (3 WINS, 1 WIN)
· THEY SHOOT HORSES, DON'T THEY?, 1969
· TOOTSIE, 1982
· OUT OF AFRICA, 1985

ROBERT REDFORD (2 NOMS, 1 WIN)
· ORDINARY PEOPLE, 1980
· QUIZ SHOW, 1994

CAREL REED (3 NOMS, 1 WIN)
· THE FALLEN IDOL, 1949
· THE THIRD MAN, 1950
· OLIVER! , 1968

TONY RICHARDSON (1 NOM, 1 WIN)
· TOM JONES, 1963

JEROME ROBBINS (1 NOM, 1 WIN)
· WEST SIDE STORY, 1961 with Robert Wise

FRANKLIN J SCHAFFNER (1 NOM, 1 NOM)
· PATTON, 1970

JOHN SCHLESINGER (3 NOMS, 1 WIN)
· DARLING, 1965
· MIDNIGHT COWBOY, 1969
· SUNDAY BLOODY SUNDAY, 1971

STEVEN SODERBERGH (2 NOMS, 1 WIN)
· ERIN BROCKOVICH, 2000
· TRAFFIC, 2000

STEVEN SPIELBERG (5 NOMS, 2 WINS)
· CLOSE ENCOUNTERS OF THE THIRD KIND, 1977
· RAIDERS OF THE LOST ARK, 1981
· E.T. THE EXTRA-TERRESTIAL, 1982
· SCHINDLER'S LIST, 1993
· SAVING PRIVATE RYAN, 1998

OLIVER STONE (3 NOMS, 2 WINS)
· PLATOON, 1986
· BORN ON THE FOURTH OF JULY, 1989
· JFK, 1991

BILLY WILDER (8 NOMS, 2 WINS)
· DOUBLE INDEMNITY, 1944
· THE LOST WEEKEND, 1945
· SUNSET BOULEVARD, 1950
· STALAG 17, 1953
· SABRINA, 1954
· WINESS FOR THE PROSECUTION, 1957
· SOME LIT IT HOT, 1959
· THE APARTMENT, 1960

ROBER WISE (3 NOMS, 2 WINS)
· I WANT TO LIVE! , 1958
· WEST SIDE STORY, 1961 with Jerome Robbns
· THE SOUNF OF MUSIC, 1965

WILLIAM WYLER (12 NOMS, 3 WINS)
· DODSWORTH, 1936
· WUTHERING HEIGHTS, 1939
· THE LETTER, 1940
· THE LITTLE FOXES, 1941
· MRS MINIVER, 1942
· THE BEST YEARS OF OUR LIVES, 1946
· THE HEIRESS, 1949
· DETECTIVE STORY, 1951
· ROMAN HOLIDAY, 1953
· FRIENDLY PERSUASION, 1956
· BEN-HUR, 1959
· THE COLLECTOR, 1965

ROBERT ZEMECKIS (1 NOM, 1 WIN)
· FORREST GUMP, 1994

FRED ZINNEMANN (6 NOMS, 2 WINS)
· THE SEARCH, 1948
· HIGH NOON, 1952
· FROM HERE TO ETERNITY, 1953
· THE NUN'S STORY
· THE SUNDOWNERS, 1960
· A MAN FOR ALL SEASONS, 1966
· JULIA, 1977