You Ain't Heard Nothin' Yet: The American Talking Film: History & Memory, 1927-1949

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APPENDIX II NEW YORK FILM CPITICS CIPCLE AWARDS, 1935-1949

Best Picture
1935 The Informer
1936 Mr. Deeds Goes to Town
1937 The Life of Emile Zola
1938 The Citadel
1939 Wuthering Heights
1940 The Grapes of Wrath
1941 Citizen Kane
1942 In Which We Serve
1943 Watch on the Rhine
1944 Going My Way
1945 The Lost Weekend
1946 The Best Years of Our Lives
1947 Gentleman's Agreement
1948 The Treasure of the Sierra Madre
1949 All the King's Men

Best Actor
1935 Charles Laughton, Mutiny on the Bounty and Ruggles of Red Gap
1936 Walter Huston, Dodsworth
1937 Paul Muni, The Life of Emile Zola
1938 James Cagney, Angels with Dirty Faces
1939 James Stewart, Mr. Smith Goes to Washington
1940 Charles Chaplin, The Great Dictator
1941 Gary Cooper, Sergeant York
1942 James Cagney, Yankee Doodle Dandy
1943 Paul Lukas, Watch on the Rhine
1944 Barry Fitzgerald, Going My Way
1945 Ray Milland, The Lost Weekend
1946 Laurence Olivier, Henry V
1947 William Powell, Life with Father and The Senator Was Indiscreet
1948 Laurence Olivier, Hamlet
1949 Broderick Crawford, All the King's Men

Best Actress
1935 Greta Garbo, Anna Karenina
1936 Luise Rainer, The Great Ziegfeld

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