Oscar Movies: Breaking the Sound Barrier (1952)

United Artists (UK, London Films)

Oscar Nominations: 2

Story and Screenplay: Terence Rattigan
Sound Recording: London Film Sound Department

Oscar Awards: 1

Sound Recording

Oscar Context

In 1952, the Story and Screenplay Oscar went to another Brit, T.E. B. Clarke for the Alec Guinness comedy, “The Lavender Hill Mob.” Playwright Terrence Rattigan received a second nomination in 1958, for “Separate Tables,” for a script he co-penned with John Gay.