A Pictorial History of the Movies

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APPENDIX
ACADEMY OF MOTION PICTURE ARTS AND SCIENCES AWARDS
Director Actress Actor
1927-28 Frank Borzage ( Seventh
Heaven)
and
Lewis Milestone ( Two
Arabian Knights)
Janet Gaynor ( Seventh Heaven,
Street Angel, Sunrise)
Emil Jannings ( The Way of All
Flesh, The Last Command)
1928-29 Frank Lloyd ( Weary
River, Divine Lady,
Drag)
Mary Pickford ( Coquette) Warner Baxter ( In Old Arizona)
1929-30 Lewis Milestone ( All
Quiet on the Western
Front)
Norma Shearer ( The Divorcee) George Arliss ( Disraeli)
1930-31 Norman Taurog ( Skippy) Marie Dressler ( Min and Bill) Lionel Barrymore ( A Free Soul)
1931-32 Frank Borzage ( Bad Girl) Helen Hayes ( The Sin of Made-
lon Claudet)
Fredric March ( Dr. Jekyll and Mr.
Hyde)
1932-33 Frank Lloyd ( Cavalcade) Katharine Hepburn ( Morning
Glory)
Charles Laughton ( The Private Life
of Henry VIII)
1933-34 Frank Capra ( It Hap-
pened One Night)
Claudette Colbert ( It Happened
One Night)
Clark Gable ( It Happened One
Night)
1934-35 John Ford ( The Informer) Bette Davis ( Dangerous) Victor McLaglen ( The Informer)
1935-36 Frank Capra ( Mr. Deeds
Goes to Town)
Luise Rainer ( The Great Ziegfeld) Paul Muni ( The Story of Louis
Pasteur)
1936-37 Leo McCarey ( The Aw-
ful Truth)
Luise Rainer ( The Good Earth) Spencer Tracy ( Captains Coura-
geous)
1937-38 Frank Capra ( You Can't
Take It With You)
Bette Davis ( Jezebel) Spencer Tracy ( Boys Town)
1938-39 Victor Fleming ( Gone
With the Wind)
Vivien Leigh ( Gone With the
Wind)
Robert Donat ( Good-bye Mr.
Chips)
1939-40 John Ford ( The Grapes
of Wrath)
Ginger Rogers ( Kitty Foyle) James Stewart ( The Philadelphia
Story)
1940-41 John Ford ( How Green
Was My Valley)
Joan Fontaine ( Suspicion) Gary Cooper ( Sergeant York)
1941-42 William Wyler ( Mrs.
Miniver)
Greer Garson ( Mrs. Miniver) James Cagner ( Yankee Doodle
Dandy)

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Acknowledgments v
  • Contents vii
  • Introduction ix
  • 1 - Birth and Infancy 1
  • 2 - Griffith Turns a Page 45
  • 3 - The Twenties 97
  • 4 - Comes the Revolution 201
  • 5 - The Talking Picture 213
  • Appendix - Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Awards 339
  • Index 341
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