Oscar Movies: To Catch a Thief (1955)

Paramount

 

Oscar Nominations: 3

 

Cinematography (color): Robert Burks

Art Direction-Set Decoration (color): Hal Pereira and Joseph McMillan Johnson; Sam Comer and Arthur Krams

Costumes (color): Edith Head

 

Oscar Awards: 1

 

Cinematography

 

Oscar Context

 

Robert Burks shots 12 of Hitchcock's 53 features, beginning with “Strangers on a Train” (1951), which was in black and white and for which he was also Oscar nominated, and including “Vertigo” and “The Birds.”

 

The Art Direction Oscar went to “Picnic,” and Costume Design to “Love Is a Many-Splendored Thing.”