Oscar 1935: Winners and Nominees in All Categories

Picture: Mutiny on the Bounty (MGM, produced by Irving Thalberg with Albert Lewin)

Director: John Ford, The Informer

Actor: Victor McLaglen, The Informer

Actress: Bette Davis, Dangerous

Writing Screenplay: The Informer, Dudley Nichols

Original Story: The Scoundrel, Ben Hecht and Charles MacArthur

CinematographyA Midsummer Night’s Dream, Hal Mohr

Interior Decoration: The Dark Angel, Richard Day

Sound Recording: Naughty Marietta, Douglas Shearer

Assistant Direction: Paul Wing, Lives of a Bengal Lancer

Song: “Lullaby of Broadway” (Gold Diggers of 1935), music by Harry Warren, lyrics by Al Dubin

Score: The Informer (RKO Radio), music by Max Steiner

Editing: A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Ralph Dawson

Dance Direction: David Gould, “I’ve Got a Feeling You’re Foolin’,” from Broadway Melody of 1936 (MGM) and “Straw Hat,” from Follies Bergere (Fox)

Short Subjects: Cartoons: Three Orphan Kittens (Disney)

Short Subjects: Comedy: How to Sleep (MGM)

Short Subjects: Novelty: Wings Over Mt. Everest (Educational)

Special Award: David Wark Griffith, for his distinguished creative achievements as director and producer and his invaluable initiative and lasting contributions to the progress of the motion picture arts (Statuette)

Nominees in All Categories

Picture:

Mutiny on the Bounty (MGM, produced by Irving Thalberg with Albert Lewin)
Alice Adams
Broadway Melody of 1936, The
Captain Blood
David Copperfield
The Informer
Les Miserables
Lives of a Bengal Lancer
A Midsummer Night’s Dream
Naughty Marietta
Ruggles of Red Gap
Top Hat

Director:

John Ford, The Informer
Henry Hathaway, Lives of Bengal Lancer
Frank Lloyd, Mutiny on the Bounty

Actor:

Victor McLaglen, The Informer
Clark Gable, Mutiny on the Bounty
Charles Laughton, Mutiny on the Bounty
Franchot Tone, Mutiny on the Bounty

Actress:

Bette Davis, Dangerous
Elizabeth Bergner, Escape Me Never
Claudette Colbert, Private Worlds
Katharine Hepburn, Alice Adams
Miriam Hopkins, Becky Sharp
Merle Oberon, The Dark Angel

Original Screenplay:

Dudley Nichols, The Informer
Achmed Abdullah, John L. Balderston, Grover Jones, William Slavens McNutt, and Waldemar Young, Lives of a Bengal Lancer
Jules Furthman, Talbot Jennings, and Gary Wilson, Mutinty on the Bounty

Original Story:

Ben Hecht and Charles MacArthur, The Scoundrel
Moss Hart, Broadway Melody of 1936
Don Hartman and Stephen Avery, The Gay Deception

Cinematography

Hal Mohr, A Midsummer Night’s Dream
Ray June, Barbary Coast
Victor Milner, The Crusades
Gregg Toland, Les Miserables

Interior Decoration:

Richard Day, The Dark Angel
Hans Dreier and Roland Anderson, Lives of Bengal Lnacer
Carroll Clark and Van Nest Polglase, Top Hat

Sound Recording:

Douglas Shearer, Naughty Marietta
Gilbery Kurland, The Bride of Frankenstein
Nthan Levinson, Captain Blood
Thoms T. Moulton, The Dark Angel
Carl Dreher, I Dream Too Much
Franklin Hansen, Lives of a Bengal Lnacer
John Livadary, Love Me Forever
Republic Sound Department, 1,000 Dollars a Minute
E.H. Hansen, Thanks a Million

Assistant Direction:

Paul Wing, Lives of a Bengal Lancer
Clem Beauchamp, Lives of a Bengal Lancer
Eric Stacey, Les Miserables
Joseph Newman, David Copperfield

Song:

“Lullaby of Broadway” (Gold Diggers of 1935), music by Harry Warren, lyrics by Al Dubin
“Cheek to Cheek (Top Hat), music and lyrics by Irving Berlin
“Lovely to Look At” (Roberta), music by Jerome Kern, lyrics by Dorothy Fields and Jimmy McHugh

Score:

Max Steiner, The Informer
Herbert Stothart, Mutiny on the Bounty
Ernst Toch, Peter Ibbetson

Film Editing:

Ralph Dawson, A Midsummer Night’s Dream
Robert J. Kern, David Copperfield
George Hively, The Informer
Barbara McLean, Les Miserables
Ellsworth Hoagland, Lives of a Bengal Lancer
Margaret Booth, Mutiny on a Bounty

Dance Direction:

David Gould, “I’ve Got a Feeling You’re Foolin’,” from Broadway Melody of 1936 (MGM) and “Straw Hat,” from Follies Bergere (Fox)
Busby Berkeley, “Lullaby of Broadway” and “The Words Are in My Heart” (Gold Diggers of 1935 (Warner)
Bobby Connolly, “Latin from Manhattan” from Go Into Your Dance (Warner) and Playboy from Paree” from Broadway Hostess (Warner)
Sammy Lee, “Lovely Lady” and “Tood Good to be True” from King of Burlesque (Fox)
Hermes Pan, “Piccolino” and “Top Hat” from Top Hat (RKO Radio)
Leroy Prinz, “Elephant NumberIt’s the Animal in Me” from Big Broadcast of 1936 (Paramount) and “Viennese Waltz” from All the King’s Horses (Paramount)
Ben Zemach, “Hal of Kings” from She (RKO Radio)

Short Subjects: Cartoons: Three Orphan Kittens (Disney)

Short Subjects: Comedy: How to Sleep (MGM)

Short Subjects: Novelty: Wings Over Mt. Everest (Educational)

Special Award: David Wark Griffith, for his distinguished creative achievements as director and producer and his invaluable initiative and lasting contributions to the progress of the motion picture arts (Statuette)

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