Sunday, November 27

Production Design (Black-and-White)

1953 Awards, Academy Awards, All Movie Awards, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, Production Design (Black-and-White)

1953 Academy Awards – Production Design (Black-and-White) Winner and Nominees

1953 Academy Awards - Production Design (Black-and-White) WinnerThe Bad and the BeautifulCedric GibbonsAn unscrupulous movie producer uses an actress, a director and a writer to achieve success.Amazon1953 Academy Awards - Production Design (Black-and-White) NomineesCarrieHal PereiraAmazonMy Cousin RachelLyle R. WheelerAmazonRashomonTakashi MatsuyamaAmazonViva Zapata!Lyle R. WheelerAmazon
1967 Awards, Academy Awards, All Movie Awards, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, Production Design (Black-and-White)

1967 Academy Awards – Production Design (Black-and-White) Winner and Nominees

1967 Academy Awards - Production Design (Black-and-White) WinnerWho's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?Richard SylbertA bitter, aging couple, with the help of alcohol, use their young houseguests to fuel anguish and emotional pain towards each other over the course of a distressing night.Amazon1967 Academy Awards - Production Design (Black-and-White) NomineesIs Paris Burning?Willy HoltAmazonMister BuddwingGeorge W. DavisAmazonThe Fortune CookieRobert LuthardtAmazonThe Gospel According to St. MatthewLuigi ScaccianoceAmazon
1966 Awards, Academy Awards, All Movie Awards, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, Production Design (Black-and-White)

1966 Academy Awards – Production Design (Black-and-White) Winner and Nominees

1966 Academy Awards - Production Design (Black-and-White) WinnerShip of FoolsRobert ClatworthyA varied group of passengers boarding a ship bound for pre-WWII Germany represents a microcosm of early 1930s society.Amazon1966 Academy Awards - Production Design (Black-and-White) NomineesA Patch of BlueGeorge W. DavisAmazonKing RatRobert Emmet SmithAmazonThe Slender ThreadHal PereiraAmazonThe Spy Who Came in from the ColdHal PereiraAmazon
1965 Awards, Academy Awards, All Movie Awards, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, Production Design (Black-and-White)

1965 Academy Awards – Production Design (Black-and-White) Winner and Nominees

1965 Academy Awards - Production Design (Black-and-White) WinnerZorba the GreekVassilis PhotopoulosAn uptight English writer travelling to Crete, on a matter of business, finds his life changed forever when he meets the gregarious Alexis Zorba.Amazon1965 Academy Awards - Production Design (Black-and-White) NomineesHush...Hush, Sweet CharlotteWilliam GlasgowAmazonSeven Days in MayCary OdellAmazonThe Americanization of EmilyGeorge W. DavisAmazonThe Night of the IguanaStephen B. GrimesAmazon
1964 Awards, Academy Awards, All Movie Awards, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, Production Design (Black-and-White)

1964 Academy Awards – Production Design (Black-and-White) Winner and Nominees

1964 Academy Awards - Production Design (Black-and-White) WinnerAmerica AmericaGene CallahanA young Anatolian Greek, entrusted with his family's fortune, loses it en route to Istanbul and dreams of going to the United States.Amazon1964 Academy Awards - Production Design (Black-and-White) Nominees8½Piero GherardiAmazonHudHal PereiraAmazonLove with the Proper StrangerHal PereiraAmazonTwilight of HonorGeorge W. DavisAmazon
1963 Awards, Academy Awards, All Movie Awards, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, Production Design (Black-and-White)

1963 Academy Awards – Production Design (Black-and-White) Winner and Nominees

1963 Academy Awards - Production Design (Black-and-White) WinnerTo Kill a MockingbirdAlexander GolitzenAtticus Finch, a lawyer in the Depression-era South, defends a black man against an undeserved rape charge, and his children against prejudice.Amazon1963 Academy Awards - Production Design (Black-and-White) NomineesDays of Wine and RosesJoseph C. WrightAmazonPeriod of AdjustmentGeorge W. DavisAmazonThe Longest DayTed HaworthAmazonThe Pigeon That Took RomeHal PereiraAmazon
1962 Awards, Academy Awards, All Movie Awards, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, Production Design (Black-and-White)

1962 Academy Awards – Production Design (Black-and-White) Winner and Nominees

1962 Academy Awards - Production Design (Black-and-White) WinnerThe HustlerHarry HornerAn up-and-coming pool player plays a long-time champion in a single high-stakes match.Amazon1962 Academy Awards - Production Design (Black-and-White) NomineesJudgment at NurembergRudolph SternadAmazonLa dolce vitaPiero GherardiAmazonThe Absent Minded ProfessorCarroll ClarkAmazonThe Children's HourFernando CarrereAmazon
1961 Awards, Academy Awards, All Movie Awards, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, Production Design (Black-and-White)

1961 Academy Awards – Production Design (Black-and-White) Winner and Nominees

1961 Academy Awards - Production Design (Black-and-White) WinnerThe ApartmentAlexandre TraunerA man tries to rise in his company by letting its executives use his apartment for trysts, but complications and a romance of his own ensue.Amazon1961 Academy Awards - Production Design (Black-and-White) NomineesPsychoJoseph HurleyAmazonSons and LoversThomas N. MorahanAmazonThe Facts of LifeJ. McMillan JohnsonAmazonVisit to a Small PlanetHal PereiraAmazon
1960 Awards, Academy Awards, All Movie Awards, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, Production Design (Black-and-White)

1960 Academy Awards – Production Design (Black-and-White) Winner and Nominees

1960 Academy Awards - Production Design (Black-and-White) WinnerThe Diary of Anne FrankLyle R. WheelerDuring World War II, a teenage Jewish girl named Anne Frank and her family are forced into hiding in the Nazi-occupied Netherlands.Amazon1960 Academy Awards - Production Design (Black-and-White) NomineesCareerHal PereiraAmazonSome Like It HotTed HaworthAmazonSuddenly, Last SummerOliver MesselAmazonThe Last Angry ManCarl AndersonAmazon
1957 Awards, Academy Awards, All Movie Awards, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, Production Design (Black-and-White)

1957 Academy Awards – Production Design (Black-and-White) Winner and Nominees

1957 Academy Awards - Production Design (Black-and-White) WinnerSomebody Up There Likes MeCedric GibbonsBoxer Rocky Graziano's biopic, based on his autobiography, from childhood to his World Middleweight Championship title win at age 28 in 1947.Amazon1957 Academy Awards - Production Design (Black-and-White) NomineesSeven SamuraiTakashi MatsuyamaAmazonTeenage RebelLyle R. WheelerAmazonThe Proud and ProfaneHal PereiraAmazonThe Solid Gold CadillacRoss BellahAmazon