My Old Addiction

Oscar 1929/1930

ACTOR
* George ArlissDisraeli {“Benjamin Disraeli”}
[NOTE: As allowed by the award rules for this year, a single nomination could honor work in one or more films. Though the final awards ballot listed both Disraeli and The Green Goddess in his nomination, the award was announced for only the Disraeli performance. It has never been established as to why this was, but it possibly could have been because the original report from the Acting Branch Board of Judges only listed the Disraeli performance in the results of the nominations voting, or it could have been because on some of the final ballots, the voters had indicated the Disraeli performance over the other.]
George Arliss — The Green Goddess {“Oxonian, the Rajah of Rukh”}
[NOTE: As allowed by the award rules for this year, a single nomination could honor work in one or more films. Though the final awards ballot listed both Disraeli and The Green Goddess in his nomination, the award was announced for only the Disraeli performance. It has never been established as to why this was, but it possibly could have been because the original report from the Acting Branch Board of Judges only listed the Disraeli performance in the results of the nominations voting, or it could have been because on some of the final ballots, the voters had indicated the Disraeli performance over the other.]
Wallace BeeryThe Big House {“‘Machine Gun’ Butch Schmidt”}
Maurice Chevalier — The Big Pond {“Pierre Mirande”}; and The Love Parade {“Count Alfred Renard”}
Ronald ColmanBulldog Drummond {“Hugh ‘Bulldog’ Drummond”}; and Condemned {“Michel”}
Lawrence Tibbett — The Rogue Song {“Yegor”}

ACTRESS
Nancy Carroll — The Devil’s Holiday {“Hallie Hobart”}
Ruth Chatterton — Sarah and Son {“Sarah Storm”}
Greta GarboAnna Christie {“Anna Christie”}; and Romance {“Madame Rita Cavallini”}
* Norma ShearerThe Divorcee {“Jerry”}
[NOTE: As allowed by the award rules for this year, a single nomination could honor work in one or more films. Though the final awards ballot listed both The Divorcee and Their Own Desire in her nomination, the award was announced for only the The Divorcee performance. It has never been established as to why this was, but it possibly could have been because the original report from the Acting Branch Board of Judges only listed The Divorcee performance in the results of the nominations voting, or it could have been because on some of the final ballots, the voters had indicated the The Divorcee performance over the other.]
Norma Shearer — Their Own Desire {“Lucia ‘Lally’ Marlett”}
[NOTE: As allowed by the award rules for this year, a single nomination could honor work in one or more films. Though the final awards ballot listed both The Divorcee and Their Own Desire in her nomination, the award was announced for only the The Divorcee performance. It has never been established as to why this was, but it possibly could have been because the original report from the Acting Branch Board of Judges only listed The Divorcee performance in the results of the nominations voting, or it could have been because on some of the final ballots, the voters had indicated the The Divorcee performance over the other.]
Gloria Swanson — The Trespasser {“Marion Donnell”}

ART DIRECTION
Bulldog Drummond — (William Cameron Menzies)
[NOTE: For the third Academy Awards no certificates of nomination were given out in this category, only the titles of the nominated films and their companies were listed. When the winners were revealed, only the names of the individuals involved with the winning achievements were announced. The name(s) of those credited with this achievement are indicated here in parens.]
* King of Jazz — Herman Rosse
The Love Parade — (Hans Dreier)
[NOTE: For the third Academy Awards no certificates of nomination were given out in this category, only the titles of the nominated films and their companies were listed. When the winners were revealed, only the names of the individuals involved with the winning achievements were announced. The name(s) of those credited with this achievement are indicated here in parens.]
Sally — (Jack Okey)
[NOTE: For the third Academy Awards no certificates of nomination were given out in this category, only the titles of the nominated films and their companies were listed. When the winners were revealed, only the names of the individuals involved with the winning achievements were announced. The name(s) of those credited with this achievement are indicated here in parens.]
The Vagabond King — (Hans Dreier)
[NOTE: For the third Academy Awards no certificates of nomination were given out in this category, only the titles of the nominated films and their companies were listed. When the winners were revealed, only the names of the individuals involved with the winning achievements were announced. The name(s) of those credited with this achievement are indicated here in parens.]

CINEMATOGRAPHY
All Quiet on the Western Front — (Arthur Edeson)
[NOTE: For the third Academy Awards no certificates of nomination were given out in this category, only the titles of the nominated films and their companies were listed. When the winners were revealed, only the names of the individuals involved with the winning achievements were announced. The name(s) of those credited with this achievement are indicated here in parens.]
Anna Christie — (William Daniels)
[NOTE: For the third Academy Awards no certificates of nomination were given out in this category, only the titles of the nominated films and their companies were listed. When the winners were revealed, only the names of the individuals involved with the winning achievements were announced. The name(s) of those credited with this achievement are indicated here in parens.]
Hell’s Angels — (Gaetano Gaudio), (Harry Perry)
[NOTE: For the third Academy Awards no certificates of nomination were given out in this category, only the titles of the nominated films and their companies were listed. When the winners were revealed, only the names of the individuals involved with the winning achievements were announced. The name(s) of those credited with this achievement are indicated here in parens.]
The Love Parade — (Victor Milner)
[NOTE: For the third Academy Awards no certificates of nomination were given out in this category, only the titles of the nominated films and their companies were listed. When the winners were revealed, only the names of the individuals involved with the winning achievements were announced. The name(s) of those credited with this achievement are indicated here in parens.]
* With Byrd at the South Pole — Joseph T. Rucker, Willard Van Der Veer

DIRECTING
Clarence Brown — Anna Christie; and Romance
Robert Leonard — The Divorcee
Ernst Lubitsch — The Love Parade
* Lewis Milestone — All Quiet on the Western Front
King Vidor — Hallelujah

OUTSTANDING PRODUCTION
* All Quiet on the Western Front — Universal
The Big House — Cosmopolitan
Disraeli — Warner Bros.
The Divorcee — Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
The Love Parade — Paramount Famous Lasky

SOUND RECORDING
* The Big House — Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studio Sound Department, Douglas Shearer, Sound Director
The Case of Sergeant Grischa — (RKO Radio Studio Sound Department, John Tribby, Sound Director)
[NOTE: For the third Academy Awards no certificates of nomination were given out in this category, only the titles of the nominated films and their companies were listed. When the winners were revealed, only the names of the individuals involved with the winning achievements were announced. The name(s) of those credited with this achievement are indicated here in parens.]
The Love Parade — (Paramount Famous Lasky Studio Sound Department, Franklin Hansen, Sound Director)
[NOTE: For the third Academy Awards no certificates of nomination were given out in this category, only the titles of the nominated films and their companies were listed. When the winners were revealed, only the names of the individuals involved with the winning achievements were announced. The name(s) of those credited with this achievement are indicated here in parens.]
Raffles — (United Artists Studio Sound Department, Oscar Lagerstrom, Sound Director)
[NOTE: For the third Academy Awards no certificates of nomination were given out in this category, only the titles of the nominated films and their companies were listed. When the winners were revealed, only the names of the individuals involved with the winning achievements were announced. The name(s) of those credited with this achievement are indicated here in parens.]
Song of the Flame — (First National Studio Sound Department, George Groves, Sound Director)
[NOTE: For the third Academy Awards no certificates of nomination were given out in this category, only the titles of the nominated films and their companies were listed. When the winners were revealed, only the names of the individuals involved with the winning achievements were announced. The name(s) of those credited with this achievement are indicated here in parens.]

WRITING
All Quiet on the Western Front — (George Abbott), (Maxwell Anderson), (Del Andrews)
[NOTE: For the third Academy Awards no certificates of nomination were given out in this category, only the titles of the nominated films and their companies were listed. When the winners were revealed, only the names of the individuals involved with the winning achievements were announced. The name(s) of those credited with this achievement are indicated here in parens.]
* The Big House — Frances Marion
Disraeli — (Julian Josephson)
[NOTE: For the third Academy Awards no certificates of nomination were given out in this category, only the titles of the nominated films and their companies were listed. When the winners were revealed, only the names of the individuals involved with the winning achievements were announced. The name(s) of those credited with this achievement are indicated here in parens.]
The Divorcee — (John Meehan)
[NOTE: For the third Academy Awards no certificates of nomination were given out in this category, only the titles of the nominated films and their companies were listed. When the winners were revealed, only the names of the individuals involved with the winning achievements were announced. The name(s) of those credited with this achievement are indicated here in parens.]
Street of Chance — (Howard Estabrook)
[NOTE: For the third Academy Awards no certificates of nomination were given out in this category, only the titles of the nominated films and their companies were listed. When the winners were revealed, only the names of the individuals involved with the winning achievements were announced. The name(s) of those credited with this achievement are indicated here in parens.]

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