Oscar 1945: Winners

Picture: The Lost Weekend (Paramount), produced by Charles Brackett

Director: Billy Wilder, The Lost Weekend

Actor: Ray Milland, The Lost Weekend

Actress: Joan Crawford, Mildred Pierce

Supporting Actor: James Dunn, A Tree Grows in Brooklyn

Supporting Actress: Anne Revere, National Velvet

Writing Screenplay: The Lost Weekend, Charles Brackett and Billy Wilder

Writing Original Screenplay: Marie-Louise, Richard Schweizer

Writing Original Story: The Affairs of Susan, Laszlo Gorog, Thomas Monroe

Cinematography (b/w): The Picture of Dorian Gray, Harry Stradling

Cinematography (color): Leave Her to Heaven, Leon Shamroy

Interior Decoration (b/w): Blood on the Sun, Wiard Ihnen, A. Roland Fields

Interior Decoration (color): Frenchman's Creek, Hans Dreier and Ernst Fegte; Sam Comer

Sound Recording: The Bells of St. Mary's, Stephen Dunn

Music Song: “It Might As Well Be Spring” (State Fair), Music by Richard Rodgers, lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein

Music Scoring of a Dramatic or Comedy Picture: Spellbound, Miklos Rozsa

Music Scoring of a Musical Picture: Anchors Aweigh, Georgie Stoll

Editing: National Velvet, Robert J. Kern

Special Effects: Wonder Man (Goldwyn/RKO), Photographic, John Fulton; Sound: A. W. Johns

Short Subjects: Cartoons: Quiet Please (MGM), Tom & Jerry series

Short Subjects: One-Reel: Stairway to Light (MGM)

Short Subjects: Two-Reel: Star in the Night (Warner)

Documentary Short: Hitler Lives (Warner)

Documentary Feature: The True Glory (US and UK)

Special Awards:

Walter Wanger, for his six years service as President of the Academy (Plaque)

Peggy Ann Warner, outstanding child actress of 1945 (Miniature Statuette)

The House I Live In, Tolerance short subject, directed by Mervyn LeRoy

Republic Studio, Daniel J. Bloomberg and Republic Sound Department