Oscar 1954

Humphrey Bogart — The Caine Mutiny {“Captain Queeg”}
* Marlon Brando — On the Waterfront {“Terry Malloy”}
Bing Crosby — The Country Girl {“Frank Elgin”}
James Mason — A Star Is Born {“Norman Maine/Alfred Hinkel”}
Dan O’Herlihy — Adventures of Robinson Crusoe {“Robinson Crusoe”}

Lee J. Cobb — On the Waterfront {“Johnny Friendly”}
Karl Malden — On the Waterfront {“Father Barry”}
* Edmond O’Brien — The Barefoot Contessa {“Oscar Muldoon”}
Rod Steiger — On the Waterfront {“Charles Malloy”}
Tom Tully — The Caine Mutiny {“Captain DeVriess”}

Dorothy Dandridge — Carmen Jones {“Carmen Jones”}
Judy Garland — A Star Is Born {“Esther Blodgett/Vicki Lester”}
Audrey Hepburn — Sabrina {“Sabrina Fairchild”}
* Grace Kelly — The Country Girl {“Georgie Elgin”}
Jane Wyman — Magnificent Obsession {“Helen Phillips”}

Nina Foch — Executive Suite {“Erica Martin”}
Katy Jurado — Broken Lance {“Senora Devereaux”}
* Eva Marie Saint — On the Waterfront {“Edie Doyle”}
Jan Sterling — The High and the Mighty {“Sally McKee”}
Claire Trevor — The High and the Mighty {“Mary Holst”}

ART DIRECTION (Black-and-White)
The Country Girl — Art Direction: Hal Pereira, Roland Anderson; Set Decoration: Sam Comer, Grace Gregory
Executive Suite — Art Direction: Cedric Gibbons, Edward Carfagno; Set Decoration: Edwin B. Willis, Emile Kuri
Le Plaisir — Max Ophuls
* On the Waterfront — Richard Day
Sabrina — Art Direction: Hal Pereira, Walter Tyler; Set Decoration: Sam Comer, Ray Moyer

Brigadoon — Art Direction: Cedric Gibbons, Preston Ames; Set Decoration: Edwin B. Willis, Keogh Gleason
Desiree — Art Direction: Lyle Wheeler, Leland Fuller; Set Decoration: Walter M. Scott, Paul S. Fox
Red Garters — Art Direction: Hal Pereira, Roland Anderson; Set Decoration: Sam Comer, Ray Moyer
A Star Is Born — Art Direction: Malcolm Bert, Gene Allen, Irene Sharaff; Set Decoration: George James Hopkins
* 20,000 Leagues under the Sea — Art Direction: John Meehan; Set Decoration: Emile Kuri

CINEMATOGRAPHY (Black-and-White)
The Country Girl — John F. Warren
Executive Suite — George Folsey
* On the Waterfront — Boris Kaufman
Rogue Cop — John Seitz
Sabrina — Charles Lang, Jr.

The Egyptian — Leon Shamroy
Rear Window — Robert Burks
Seven Brides for Seven Brothers — George Folsey
The Silver Chalice — William V. Skall
* Three Coins in the Fountain — Milton Krasner

COSTUME DESIGN (Black-and-White)
The Earrings of Madame de… — Georges Annenkov, Rosine Delamare
Executive Suite — Helen Rose
Indiscretion of an American Wife — Christian Dior
It Should Happen to You — Jean Louis
* Sabrina — Edith Head

Brigadoon — Irene Sharaff
Desiree — Charles LeMaire, René Hubert
* Gate of Hell — Sanzo Wada
A Star Is Born — Jean Louis, Mary Ann Nyberg, Irene Sharaff
There’s No Business Like Show Business — Charles LeMaire, Travilla, Miles White

The Country Girl — George Seaton
The High and the Mighty — William Wellman
* On the WaterfrontElia Kazan
Rear WindowAlfred Hitchcock
Sabrina — Billy Wilder

The Stratford Adventure — Guy Glover, Producer
* The Vanishing Prairie — Walt Disney, Producer

DOCUMENTARY (Short Subject)
Jet Carrier — Otto Lang, Producer
Rembrandt: A Self-Portrait — Morrie Roizman, Producer
* Thursday’s Children — World Wide Pictures and Morse Films

The Caine Mutiny — William A. Lyon, Henry Batista
The High and the Mighty — Ralph Dawson
* On the Waterfront — Gene Milford
Seven Brides for Seven Brothers — Ralph E. Winters
20,000 Leagues under the Sea — Elmo Williams

MUSIC (Music Score of a Dramatic or Comedy Picture)
The Caine Mutiny — Max Steiner
Genevieve — Larry Adler
[NOTE: Because of the political climate of the times, Genevieve’s arranger and orchestra conductor Muir Mathieson was credited as composer on American prints of this British-made film, and was thus credited with the nomination. In June of 1986, the Board of Governors had Academy records updated to give Larry Adler his proper credit, which Mr. Mathieson had never claimed. Mr. Mathieson’s name was removed from the nomination and Mr. Adler’s inserted.]
* The High and the Mighty — Dimitri Tiomkin
On the Waterfront — Leonard Bernstein
The Silver Chalice — Franz Waxman

MUSIC (Scoring of a Musical Picture)
Carmen Jones — Herschel Burke Gilbert
The Glenn Miller Story — Joseph Gershenson, Henry Mancini
* Seven Brides for Seven Brothers — Adolph Deutsch, Saul Chaplin
A Star Is Born — Ray Heindorf
There’s No Business Like Show Business — Alfred Newman, Lionel Newman

MUSIC (Song)
“Count Your Blessings Instead Of Sheep” from White Christmas — Music and Lyrics by Irving Berlin
“The High And The Mighty” from The High and the Mighty — Music by Dimitri Tiomkin; Lyrics by Ned Washington
“Hold My Hand” from Susan Slept Here — Music and Lyrics by Jack Lawrence and Richard Myers
“The Man That Got Away” from A Star Is Born — Music by Harold Arlen; Lyrics by Ira Gershwin
* “Three Coins In The Fountain” from Three Coins in the Fountain — Music by Jule Styne; Lyrics by Sammy Cahn

The Caine Mutiny — Stanley Kramer, Producer
The Country Girl — William Perlberg, Producer
* On the Waterfront — Sam Spiegel, Producer
Seven Brides for Seven Brothers — Jack Cummings, Producer
Three Coins in the Fountain — Sol C. Siegel, Producer

Crazy Mixed Up Pup — Walter Lantz, Producer
Pigs Is Pigs — Walt Disney, Producer
Sandy Claws — Edward Selzer, Producer
Touché, Pussy Cat — Fred Quimby, Producer
* When Magoo Flew — Stephen Bosustow, Producer

The First Piano Quartette — Otto Lang, Producer
The Strauss Fantasy — Johnny Green, Producer
* This Mechanical Age — Robert Youngson, Producer

Beauty and the Bull — Cedric Francis, Producer
Jet Carrier — Otto Lang, Producer
Siam — Walt Disney, Producer
* A Time Out of War — Denis Sanders and Terry Sanders, Producers

Brigadoon — Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studio Sound Department, Wesley C. Miller, Sound Director
The Caine Mutiny — Columbia Studio Sound Department, John P. Livadary, Sound Director
* The Glenn Miller Story — Universal-International Studio Sound Department, Leslie I. Carey, Sound Director
Rear Window — Paramount Studio Sound Department, Loren L. Ryder, Sound Director
Susan Slept Here — RKO Radio Studio Sound Department, John O. Aalberg, Sound Director

Hell and High Water — 20th Century-Fox Studio
Them! — Warner Bros. Studio
* 20,000 Leagues under the Sea — Walt Disney Studios

WRITING (Motion Picture Story)
Bread, Love and Dreams — Ettore Margadonna
* Broken Lance — Philip Yordan
Forbidden Games — François Boyer
Night People — Jed Harris, Tom Reed
There’s No Business Like Show Business — Lamar Trotti

WRITING (Screenplay)
The Caine Mutiny — Stanley Roberts
* The Country Girl — George Seaton
Rear Window — John Michael Hayes
Sabrina — Billy Wilder, Samuel Taylor, Ernest Lehman
Seven Brides for Seven Brothers — Albert Hackett, Frances Goodrich, Dorothy Kingsley

WRITING (Story and Screenplay)
The Barefoot Contessa — Joseph L. Mankiewicz
Genevieve — William Rose
The Glenn Miller Story — Valentine Davies, Oscar Brodney
Knock on Wood — Norman Panama, Melvin Frank
* On the Waterfront — Budd Schulberg

To Gate of Hell – Best Foreign Language Film first released in the United States during 1954.

To Bausch & Lomb Optical Company for their contributions to the advancement of the motion picture industry.
To Kemp R. Niver for the development of the Renovare Process which has made possible the restoration of the Library of Congress Paper Film Collection.
To Greta Garbo for her unforgettable screen performances.
To Danny Kaye for his unique talents, his service to the Academy, the motion picture industry, and the American people.
To Jon Whiteley for his outstanding juvenile performance in The Little Kidnappers.
To Vincent Winter for his outstanding juvenile performance in The Little Kidnappers.