Oscar 1948

ACTOR
Lew AyresJohnny Belinda {“Dr. Robert Richardson”}
Montgomery CliftThe Search {“Ralph Stevenson”}
Dan Dailey — When My Baby Smiles at Me {“Skid”}
* Laurence OlivierHamlet {“Hamlet”}
Clifton Webb — Sitting Pretty {“Lynn Belvedere”}

ACTOR IN A SUPPORTING ROLE
Charles BickfordJohnny Belinda {“Black McDonald”}
José FerrerJoan of Arc {“The Dauphin, Charles VIII”}
Oscar Homolka — I Remember Mama {“Uncle Chris”}
* Walter HustonThe Treasure of the Sierra Madre {“Howard”}
Cecil KellawayThe Luck of the Irish {“Horace”}

ACTRESS
Ingrid BergmanJoan of Arc {“Joan of Arc”}
Olivia de HavillandThe Snake Pit {“Virginia Stuart Cunningham”}
Irene Dunne — I Remember Mama {“Mama”}
Barbara StanwyckSorry, Wrong Number {“Leona Stevenson”}
* Jane WymanJohnny Belinda {“Belinda McDonald”}

ACTRESS IN A SUPPORTING ROLE
Barbara Bel Geddes — I Remember Mama {“Katrin”}
Ellen Corby — I Remember Mama {“Aunt Trina”}
Agnes MooreheadJohnny Belinda {“Aggie McDonald”}
Jean SimmonsHamlet {“Ophelia”}
* Claire TrevorKey Largo {“Gaye”}

ART DIRECTION (Black-and-White)
* Hamlet — Art Direction: Roger K. Furse; Set Decoration: Carmen Dillon
Johnny Belinda — Art Direction: Robert Haas; Set Decoration: William Wallace

ART DIRECTION (Color)
Joan of Arc — Art Direction: Richard Day; Set Decoration: Edwin Casey Roberts, Joseph Kish
* The Red Shoes — Art Direction: Hein Heckroth; Set Decoration: Arthur Lawson

CINEMATOGRAPHY (Black-and-White)
A Foreign Affair — Charles B. Lang, Jr.
I Remember Mama — Nicholas Musuraca
Johnny Belinda — Ted McCord
* The Naked City — William Daniels
Portrait of Jennie — Joseph August

CINEMATOGRAPHY (Color)
Green Grass of Wyoming — Charles G. Clarke
* Joan of Arc — Joseph Valentine, William V. Skall, Winton Hoch
The Loves of Carmen — William Snyder
The Three Musketeers — Robert Planck

COSTUME DESIGN (Black-and-White)
B. F.’s Daughter — Irene
* Hamlet — Roger K. Furse

COSTUME DESIGN (Color)
The Emperor Waltz — Edith Head, Gile Steele
* Joan of Arc — Dorothy Jeakins, Karinska

DIRECTING
Hamlet — Laurence Olivier
Johnny Belinda — Jean Negulesco
The Search — Fred Zinnemann
The Snake Pit — Anatole Litvak
* The Treasure of the Sierra Madre — John Huston

DOCUMENTARY (Feature)
The Quiet One — Janice Loeb, Producer
* The Secret Land — Orville O. Dull, Producer

DOCUMENTARY (Short Subject)
Heart to Heart — Herbert Morgan, Producer
Operation Vittles — United States Army Air Force
* Toward Independence — United States Army

FILM EDITING
Joan of Arc — Frank Sullivan
Johnny Belinda — David Weisbart
* The Naked City — Paul Weatherwax
Red River — Christian Nyby
The Red Shoes — Reginald Mills

MUSIC (Music Score of a Dramatic or Comedy Picture)
Hamlet — William Walton
Joan of Arc — Hugo Friedhofer
Johnny Belinda — Max Steiner
* The Red Shoes — Brian Easdale
The Snake Pit — Alfred Newman

MUSIC (Scoring of a Musical Picture)
* Easter Parade — Johnny Green, Roger Edens
The Emperor Waltz — Victor Young
The Pirate — Lennie Hayton
Romance on the High Seas — Ray Heindorf
When My Baby Smiles at Me — Alfred Newman

MUSIC (Song)
* “Buttons And Bows” from The Paleface — Music and Lyrics by Jay Livingston and Ray Evans
“For Every Man There’s A Woman” from Casbah — Music by Harold Arlen; Lyrics by Leo Robin
“It’s Magic” from Romance on the High Seas — Music by Jule Styne; Lyrics by Sammy Cahn
“This Is The Moment” from That Lady in Ermine — Music by Frederick Hollander; Lyrics by Leo Robin
“The Woody Woodpecker Song” from Wet Blanket Policy — Music and Lyrics by Ramey Idriss and George Tibbles

BEST MOTION PICTURE
* Hamlet — J. Arthur Rank-Two Cities Films
Johnny Belinda — Warner Bros.
The Red Shoes — J. Arthur Rank-Archers
The Snake Pit — 20th Century-Fox
The Treasure of the Sierra Madre — Warner Bros.

SHORT SUBJECT (Cartoon)
* The Little Orphan — Fred Quimby, Producer
Mickey and the Seal — Walt Disney, Producer
Mouse Wreckers — Edward Selzer, Producer
Robin Hoodlum — United Productions of America
Tea for Two Hundred — Walt Disney, Producer

SHORT SUBJECT (One-reel)
Annie Was a Wonder — Herbert Moulton, Producer
Cinderella Horse — Gordon Hollingshead, Producer
So You Want to Be on the Radio — Gordon Hollingshead, Producer
* Symphony of a City — Edmund H. Reek, Producer
You Can’t Win — Pete Smith, Producer

SHORT SUBJECT (Two-reel)
Calgary Stampede — Gordon Hollingshead, Producer
Going to Blazes — Herbert Morgan, Producer
Samba-Mania — Harry Grey, Producer
* Seal Island — Walt Disney, Producer
Snow Capers — Thomas Mead, Producer

SOUND RECORDING
Johnny Belinda — Warner Bros. Studio Sound Department, Col. Nathan O. Levinson, Sound Director
Moonrise — Republic Studio Sound Department, Daniel J. Bloomberg, Sound Director
* The Snake Pit — 20th Century-Fox Studio Sound Department, Thomas T. Moulton, Sound Director

SPECIAL EFFECTS
Deep Waters — Special Visual Effects by Ralph Hammeras, Fred Sersen, Edward Snyder; Special Audible Effects by Roger Heman
* Portrait of Jennie — Special Visual Effects by Paul Eagler, J. McMillan Johnson, Russell Shearman, Clarence Slifer; Special Audible Effects by Charles Freeman, James G. Stewart

WRITING (Motion Picture Story)
Louisiana Story — Frances Flaherty, Robert Flaherty
The Naked City — Malvin Wald
Red River — Borden Chase
The Red Shoes — Emeric Pressburger
* The Search — Richard Schweizer, David Wechsler

WRITING (Screenplay)
A Foreign Affair — Charles Brackett, Billy Wilder, Richard L. Breen
Johnny Belinda — Irmgard Von Cube, Allen Vincent
The Search — Richard Schweizer, David Wechsler
The Snake Pit — Frank Partos, Millen Brand
* The Treasure of the Sierra Madre — John Huston

SPECIAL FOREIGN LANGUAGE FILM AWARD
To Monsieur Vincent – voted by the Academy Board of Governors as the most outstanding foreign language film released in the United States during 1948.

SPECIAL AWARD
To Ivan Jandl, for the outstanding juvenile performance of 1948, as “Karel Malik” in The Search
To Sid Grauman, master showman, who raised the standard of exhibition of motion pictures.
To Adolph Zukor, a man who has been called the father of the feature film in America, for his services to the industry over a period of forty years.
To Walter Wanger for distinguished service to the industry in adding to its moral stature in the world community by his production of the picture Joan of Arc.
To Jean Hersholt – in recognition of his service to the Academy during four terms as president.
[NOTE: Presented on “Jean Hersholt Night,” June 26, 1949, at the Academy building.]

IRVING G. THALBERG MEMORIAL AWARD
Jerry Wald

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