Oscar 1941: Winners in All Categories

Picture: How Green Was My Valley (Fox), produced by Darryl F. Zanuck

Director: John Ford, How Green Was My Valley

Actor: Gary Cooper, Sergeant York

Actress: Joan Fontaine, Suspicion

Supporting Actor: Donald Crisp, How Green Was My Valley

Supporting Actress: Mary Astor, The Great Lie

Writing Screenplay: Here Comes Mr. Jordan, Sidney Buchman and Seton I. Miller

Writing Original Screenplay: Citizen Kane, Herman J. Mankiewicz and Orson Welles

Writing Original Story: Here Comes Mr. Jordan, Harry Segall

Cinematography (b/w): How Green Was My Valley, Arthur Miller

Cinematography (color): Blood and Sand, Ernset Palmer and W. Howard Greene

Interior Decoration (b/w): How Green Was My Valley, Richard Day and Nathan Juran; Thomas little

Interior Decoration (color): Blossoms in the Dust, Cedric Gibbons and Urie McCleary; Edwin B. Willis

Sound Recording: That Hamilton Woman, Jack Whitney

Music Song: “The Last Time I Saw Paris” (Lady Be Good), music by Jerome Kern, lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II

Music Scoring of a Dramatic Picture: All That Money Can Buy, Bernard Hermann

Music Scoring of a Musical Picture: Dumbo, Frank Churchill and Oliver Wallace

Editing: Sergeant York, William Holmes

Special Effects: I Wanted Wings (Paramount), Photographic, Fraciot Edouart and Gordon Jennings; Sound: Louis Mesenkop

Short Subjects: Cartoons: Lend a Pow (Disney, RKO Radio)

Short Subjects: One-Reel: Of Pupps and Puzzles (MGM)

Short Subjects: Two-Reel: Main Street on the March (MGM)

Documentary: Churchill’s Island (Canadian Film Board, UA)

Irving G. Thalberg Memorial Award: Walt Disney

Special Awards:

Rey Scott for extraordinary achievement in producing Kukan, the film record of China’s struggle, including its photography with a 16mm camera under the most difficult conditions (Certificate).

The British Ministry of Information for its vivid and dramatic presentation of the heroism of the RAF in the documentary film, Target for Tonight (Certificate)

Leopold Stokowski and his associates for their unique achievement in the creation of a new form of visualized music in Walt Disney’s production Fantasia, thereby widening the scope of the motion picture as entertainment and as an art form (Certificate).

Walt Disney, William Garity, John N.A. Hawkins and the RCA Manufacturing Company, for their outstanding contribution to the advancement of the use of sound in motion pictures through the production of Fantasia (Certificates).