Oscar 1933: All Nominees and Winners

Winners in All Categories

Picture: Cavalcade (Fox, produced by Winfield Sheehan)

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Oscar History: Cavalcade (1933)–Noel Coward’s Oscar-Winning Melodrama

Director: Frank Lloyd, Cavalcade

Actor: Charles Laughton, The Private Life of Henry VIII

Actress: Katharine Hepburn, Morning Glory

Writing Adapted: Little Women, Victor Heerman and Sarah Y. Mason

Original Story: One Way Passage, Robert Lord

Cinematography: A Farewell to Arms, Charles Lang

Interior Decoration: Cavalcade, William S. Darling

Assistant Direction: Charles Barton, Paramount

Sound Recording: A Farewell to Arms, Harold C. Lewis

Short Subjects Cartoons: The Three Little Pigs (Disney)

Short Subjects Comedy: So This Is Harris (RKO Radio)

Short Subjects Novelty: The Sea (Educational, Battle for Life)

Nominees in All Categories

Best Picture:

Cavalcade (Fox)
A Farewell to Arms (Paramount)
42ND Street (Warner)
I Am a Fugitive from a Chain Gang (Warner)
Lady for a Day (Columbia)
Little Women (RKO)
Private Life of Henry VIII, The (UA)
She Done Him Wrong (Paramount)
Smilin’ Thru’ (MGM)
State Fair (Fox)

Best Actor

Charles Laughton, The Private Life of Henry VIII
Leslie Howard, Berkeley Square
Paul Muni, I Am a Fugitive from a Chain Gang

Best Actress

Katharine Hepburn, Morning Glory
May Robson, Lady for a Day
Diana Wynyard, Cavalcade

Writing Adapted:

Little Women, Victor Heerman and Sarah Y. Mason
Lady for a Day, Robert Riskin
State Fair, Paul Green and Sonya Levien

Writing: Original Story:

One Way Passage, Robert Lord
The Prizefighter and the Lady, Frances Marion
Rasputin and the Empress, Charles MacArthur

Cinematography:

A Farewell to Arms, Charles B. Lang Jr.
Reunion in Vienna
Sign of the Cross

Interior Decoration:

Cavalcade, William S. Darling
A Farewell to Arms
When Ladies Meet

Assistant Direction:

Charles Barton, Paramount
Scott Beal, Universal
Charles Dorian, MGM
Fred Fox, UA
Gordon Hollingshead, Warner
Dewey Starkey, RKO
William Tummel, Fox

Sound Recording:

A Farewell to Arms, Harold C. Lewis/b>
42ND Street
Goldiggers of 1933
I Am a Fugitive from a Chain Gang