Oscar 1975

ACTOR
Walter MatthauThe Sunshine Boys {“Willy Clark”}
* Jack NicholsonOne Flew over the Cuckoo’s Nest {“Randle Patrick McMurphy”}
Al PacinoDog Day Afternoon {“Sonny”}
Maximilian Schell — The Man in the Glass Booth {“Arthur Goldman”}
James Whitmore — Give ’em Hell, Harry! {“Harry S. Truman”}

ACTOR IN A SUPPORTING ROLE
* George BurnsThe Sunshine Boys {“Al Lewis”}
Brad DourifOne Flew over the Cuckoo’s Nest {“Billy Bibbit”}
Burgess MeredithThe Day of the Locust {“Harry”}
Chris SarandonDog Day Afternoon {“Leon”}
Jack WardenShampoo {“Lester Carr”}

ACTRESS
Isabelle AdjaniThe Story of Adele H. {“Adele Hugo”}
Ann-MargretTommy {“Nora Walker Hobbs”}
* Louise FletcherOne Flew over the Cuckoo’s Nest {“Nurse Mildred Ratched”}
Glenda JacksonHedda {“Hedda Gabler”}
Carol KaneHester Street {“Gitl”}

ACTRESS IN A SUPPORTING ROLE
Ronee BlakleyNashville {“Barbara Jean”}
* Lee GrantShampoo {“Felicia Karpf”}
Sylvia Miles — Farewell, My Lovely {“Mrs. Florian”}
Lily TomlinNashville {“Linnea Reese”}
Brenda VaccaroJacqueline Susann’s Once Is Not Enough {“Linda”}

ART DIRECTION
* Barry Lyndon — Art Direction: Ken Adam, Roy Walker; Set Decoration: Vernon Dixon
The Hindenburg — Art Direction: Edward Carfagno; Set Decoration: Frank McKelvy
The Man Who Would Be King — Art Direction: Alexander Trauner, Tony Inglis; Set Decoration: Peter James
Shampoo — Art Direction: Richard Sylbert, W. Stewart Campbell; Set Decoration: George Gaines
The Sunshine Boys — Art Direction: Albert Brenner; Set Decoration: Marvin March

CINEMATOGRAPHY
* Barry Lyndon — John Alcott
The Day of the Locust — Conrad Hall
Funny Lady — James Wong Howe
The Hindenburg — Robert Surtees
One Flew over the Cuckoo’s Nest — Haskell Wexler, Bill Butler

COSTUME DESIGN
* Barry Lyndon — Ulla-Britt Soderlund, Milena Canonero
The Four Musketeers — Yvonne Blake, Ron Talsky
Funny Lady — Ray Aghayan, Bob Mackie
The Magic Flute — Henny Noremark, Karin Erskine
The Man Who Would Be King — Edith Head

DIRECTING
Amarcord — Federico Fellini
Barry Lyndon — Stanley Kubrick
Dog Day Afternoon — Sidney Lumet
Nashville — Robert Altman
* One Flew over the Cuckoo’s Nest — Milos Forman

DOCUMENTARY (Feature)
The California Reich — Walter F. Parkes and Keith F. Critchlow, Producers
Fighting for Our Lives — Glen Pearcy, Producer
The Incredible Machine — Irwin Rosten, Producer
* The Man Who Skied down Everest — F. R. Crawley, James Hager and Dale Hartleben, Producers
The Other Half of the Sky: A China Memoir — Shirley MacLaine, Producer

DOCUMENTARY (Short Subject)
Arthur and Lillie — Jon Else, Steven Kovacs and Kristine Samuelson, Producers
* The End of the Game — Claire Wilbur and Robin Lehman, Producers
Millions of Years Ahead of Man — Manfred Baier, Producer
Probes in Space — George V. Casey, Producer
Whistling Smith — Barrie Howells and Michael Scott, Producers

FILM EDITING
Dog Day Afternoon — Dede Allen
* Jaws — Verna Fields
The Man Who Would Be King — Russell Lloyd
One Flew over the Cuckoo’s Nest — Richard Chew, Lynzee Klingman, Sheldon Kahn
Three Days of the Condor — Fredric Steinkamp, Don Guidice

FOREIGN LANGUAGE FILM
* Dersu Uzala — Union of Soviet Socialist Republics
Land of Promise — Poland
Letters from Marusia — Mexico
Sandakan No. 8 — Japan
Scent of a Woman — Italy

MUSIC (Original Score)
Birds Do It, Bees Do It — Gerald Fried
Bite the Bullet — Alex North
* Jaws — John Williams
One Flew over the Cuckoo’s Nest — Jack Nitzsche
The Wind and the Lion — Jerry Goldsmith

MUSIC (Scoring: Original Song Score and Adaptation -or- Scoring: Adaptation)
* Barry Lyndon — Adaptation Score by Leonard Rosenman
Funny Lady — Adaptation Score by Peter Matz
Tommy — Adaptation Score by Peter Townshend

MUSIC (Original Song)
“How Lucky Can You Get” from Funny Lady — Music and Lyrics by Fred Ebb and John Kander
* “I’m Easy” from Nashville — Music and Lyrics by Keith Carradine
“Now That We’re In Love” from Whiffs — Music by George Barrie; Lyrics by Sammy Cahn
“Richard’s Window” from The Other Side of the Mountain — Music by Charles Fox; Lyrics by Norman Gimbel
“Theme From Mahogany (Do You Know Where You’re Going To)” from Mahogany — Music by Michael Masser; Lyrics by Gerry Goffin

BEST PICTURE
Barry Lyndon — Stanley Kubrick, Producer
Dog Day Afternoon — Martin Bregman and Martin Elfand, Producers
Jaws — Richard D. Zanuck and David Brown, Producers
Nashville — Robert Altman, Producer
* One Flew over the Cuckoo’s Nest — Saul Zaentz and Michael Douglas, Producers

SHORT FILM (Animated)
* Great — Bob Godfrey, Producer
Kick Me — Robert Swarthe, Producer
Monsieur Pointu — René Jodoin, Bernard Longpré and André Leduc, Producers
Sisyphus — Marcell Jankovics, Producer

SHORT FILM (Live Action)
* Angel and Big Joe — Bert Salzman, Producer
Conquest of Light — Louis Marcus, Producer
Dawn Flight — Lawrence M. Lansburgh and Brian Lansburgh, Producers
A Day in the Life of Bonnie Consolo — Barry Spinello, Producer
Doubletalk — Alan Beattie, Producer

SOUND
Bite the Bullet — Arthur Piantadosi, Les Fresholtz, Richard Tyler, Al Overton, Jr.
Funny Lady — Richard Portman, Don MacDougall, Curly Thirlwell, Jack Solomon
The Hindenburg — Leonard Peterson, John A. Bolger, Jr., John Mack, Don K. Sharpless
* Jaws — Robert L. Hoyt, Roger Heman, Earl Madery, John Carter
The Wind and the Lion — Harry W. Tetrick, Aaron Rochin, William McCaughey, Roy Charman

WRITING (Original Screenplay)
Amarcord — Federico Fellini, Tonino Guerra
And Now My Love — Claude Lelouch, Pierre Uytterhoeven
* Dog Day Afternoon — Frank Pierson
Lies My Father Told Me — Ted Allan
Shampoo — Robert Towne, Warren Beatty

WRITING (Screenplay Adapted from Other Material)
Barry Lyndon — Stanley Kubrick
The Man Who Would Be King — John Huston, Gladys Hill
* One Flew over the Cuckoo’s Nest — Lawrence Hauben, Bo Goldman
Scent of a Woman — Ruggero Maccari, Dino Risi
The Sunshine Boys — Neil Simon

SPECIAL ACHIEVEMENT AWARD (Sound Effects)
* The Hindenburg — Peter Berkos

SPECIAL ACHIEVEMENT AWARD (Visual Effects)
* The Hindenburg — Albert Whitlock, Glen Robinson

JEAN HERSHOLT HUMANITARIAN AWARD
Dr. Jules C. Stein

HONORARY AWARD
To Mary Pickford in recognition of her unique contributions to the film industry and the development of film as an artistic medium.

IRVING G. THALBERG MEMORIAL AWARD
Mervyn LeRoy

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