Oscar Movies: Come and Get It (1936)

Walter Brennan received the very first Supporting Actor Oscar for playing faultlessly an honest, devoted Swede, Sawn Bostrom. It Brennan's first of three Oscars in that category, the others being "Kentucky" in 1938 and "The Westerner" in 1940. Brennan received a fourth supporting nomination for "Sergeant York," in 1941.
 
Oscar Nominations: 2
 
Supporting Actor: Walter Brennan
Film Editing: Edward Curtiss
 
Oscar Awards: 1
 
Supporting Actor
 
Oscar Context
 
The editing Oscar went to Ralph Dawson for "Anthony Adverse."