Golden Globes 1949

Best Picture
* All the King’s Men directed by Robert Rossen
Come to the Stable directed by Henry Koster

Best Actor in a Leading Role
* Broderick Crawford – All the King’s Men
Richard Todd – The Hasty Heart

Best Actress in a Leading Role
* Olivia de Havilland – The Heiress
Deborah Kerr – Edward, My Son

Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role in a Motion Picture
* James Whitmore – Battleground
David Brian – Intruder in the Dust

Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in a Motion Picture
* Mercedes McCambridge – All the King’s Men
Miriam Hopkins – The Heiress

Best Director – Motion Picture
* Robert Rossen – All the King’s Men
William Wyler – The Heiress

Best Screenplay – Motion Picture
* Battleground – Robert Pirosh
Rope of Sand – Walter Doniger

Best Music, Original Score – Motion Picture
* The Inspector General – Johnny Green
All the King’s Men – George Duning

Best Foreign Language Film
* Bicycle Thieves (Ladri di biciclette), Italy
The Fallen Idol, UK

Best Cinematography – Black and White
* Champion photographed by Franz F. Planer
All the King’s Men photographed by Burnett Guffey

Best Cinematography – Color
* The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad by Walt Disney
On The Town by Harold Rosson

Promoting International Understanding
* The Hasty Heart directed by Vincent Sherman
Monsieur Vincent directed by Maurice Cloche

New Star of the Year – Actor
* Richard Todd in The Hasty Heart
Juano Hernandez in Intruder in the Dust

New Star of the Year – Actress
* Mercedes McCambridge in All the King’s Men
Ruth Roman in Champion