Saturday, January 22

1952 Awards

1952 Awards, Academy Awards, All Movie Awards, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, Production Design (Black-and-White)

1952 Academy Awards – Production Design (Black-and-White) Winner and Nominees

1952 Academy Awards - Production Design (Black-and-White) WinnerA Streetcar Named DesireRichard DayDisturbed Blanche DuBois moves in with her sister in New Orleans and is tormented by her brutish brother-in-law while her reality crumbles around her.Amazon1952 Academy Awards - Production Design (Black-and-White) NomineesFourteen HoursLyle R. WheelerAmazonLa rondeJean d'EaubonneAmazonThe House on Telegraph HillLyle R. WheelerAmazonToo Young to KissCedric GibbonsAmazon
1952 Awards, Academy Awards, All Movie Awards, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, Production Design (Color)

1952 Academy Awards – Production Design (Color) Winner and Nominees

1952 Academy Awards - Production Design (Color) WinnerAn American in ParisCedric GibbonsThree friends struggle to find work in Paris. Things become more complicated when two of them fall in love with the same woman.Amazon1952 Academy Awards - Production Design (Color) NomineesDavid and BathshebaLyle R. WheelerAmazonOn the RivieraLyle R. WheelerAmazonQuo VadisWilliam A. HorningAmazonThe Tales of HoffmannHein HeckrothAmazon
1952 Awards, Academy Awards, All Movie Awards, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, Short Film (Animated)

1952 Academy Awards – Short Film (Animated) Winner and Nominees

1952 Academy Awards - Short Film (Animated) WinnerThe Two MouseketeersFred QuimbyThis Tom and Jerry cartoon is set in 17th century France. Tom, who is a soldier in the King's castle, is assigned to guard the food laid out on a banquet table. Jerry and a smaller mouse ...Amazon1952 Academy Awards - Short Film (Animated) NomineesLambert the Sheepish LionWalt DisneyAmazonRooty Toot TootStephen BosustowAmazon
1952 Awards, Academy Awards, All Movie Awards, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, Short Subject (2 Reel)

1952 Academy Awards – Short Subject (2 Reel) Winner and Nominees

1952 Academy Awards - Short Subject (2 Reel) WinnerNature's Half AcreWalt DisneyThe variety of wildlife in a meadow - particularly insects and flowers - is observed over the course of a year, through the use of microphotography and time-lapse photography.Amazon1952 Academy Awards - Short Subject (2 Reel) NomineesBalzacAmazonDanger Under the SeaTom MeadAmazon
1952 Awards, Academy Awards, All Movie Awards, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, Sound Mixing

1952 Academy Awards – Sound Mixing Winner and Nominees

1952 Academy Awards - Sound Mixing WinnerThe Great CarusoDouglas ShearerThis film traces the life of tenor Enrico Caruso (1873-1921). He loves Musetta, in his home town of Naples, and then Dorothy, the daughter of one of the Metropolitan Opera's patrons. Caruso...Amazon1952 Academy Awards - Sound Mixing NomineesA Streetcar Named DesireNathan LevinsonAmazonBright VictoryLeslie I. CareyAmazonI Want YouGordon SawyerAmazonTwo Tickets to BroadwayJohn AalbergAmazon
1952 Awards, Academy Awards, All Movie Awards, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, Writing (Adapted Screenplay)

1952 Academy Awards – Writing (Adapted Screenplay) Winner and Nominees

1952 Academy Awards - Writing (Adapted Screenplay) WinnerA Place in the SunMichael WilsonA poor boy gets a job working for his rich uncle and ends up falling in love with two women.Amazon1952 Academy Awards - Writing (Adapted Screenplay) NomineesA Streetcar Named DesireTennessee WilliamsAmazonDetective StoryPhilip YordanAmazonLa rondeJacques NatansonAmazonThe African QueenJames AgeeAmazon
1952 Awards, Academy Awards, All Movie Awards, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, Writing (Original Screenplay)

1952 Academy Awards – Writing (Original Screenplay) Winner and Nominees

1952 Academy Awards - Writing (Original Screenplay) WinnerAn American in ParisAlan Jay LernerThree friends struggle to find work in Paris. Things become more complicated when two of them fall in love with the same woman.Amazon1952 Academy Awards - Writing (Original Screenplay) NomineesAce in the HoleBilly WilderAmazonDavid and BathshebaPhilip DunneAmazonGo for Broke!Robert PiroshAmazonThe WellClarence GreeneAmazon