Friday, December 9

Production Design (Color)

1953 Awards, Academy Awards, All Movie Awards, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, Production Design (Color)

1953 Academy Awards – Production Design (Color) Winner and Nominees

1953 Academy Awards - Production Design (Color) WinnerMoulin RougePaul SheriffFictional account of French artist Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec.Amazon1953 Academy Awards - Production Design (Color) NomineesHans Christian AndersenRichard DayAmazonThe Merry WidowCedric GibbonsAmazonThe Quiet ManFrank HotalingAmazonThe Snows of KilimanjaroLyle R. WheelerAmazon
1967 Awards, Academy Awards, All Movie Awards, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, Production Design (Color)

1967 Academy Awards – Production Design (Color) Winner and Nominees

1967 Academy Awards - Production Design (Color) WinnerFantastic VoyageJack Martin SmithA scientist is nearly assassinated. In order to save him, a submarine is shrunken to microscopic size and injected into his blood stream with a small crew. Problems arise almost as soon as they enter the bloodstream.Amazon1967 Academy Awards - Production Design (Color) NomineesGambitAlexander GolitzenAmazonJuliet of the SpiritsPiero GherardiAmazonThe OscarHal PereiraAmazonThe Sand PebblesBoris LevenAmazon
1966 Awards, Academy Awards, All Movie Awards, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, Production Design (Color)

1966 Academy Awards – Production Design (Color) Winner and Nominees

1966 Academy Awards - Production Design (Color) WinnerDoctor ZhivagoJohn BoxThe life of a Russian physician and poet who, although married to another, falls in love with a political activist's wife and experiences hardship during World War I and then the October Revolution.Amazon1966 Academy Awards - Production Design (Color) NomineesInside Daisy CloverRobert ClatworthyAmazonThe Agony and the EcstasyJohn DeCuirAmazonThe Greatest Story Ever ToldRichard DayAmazonThe Sound of MusicBoris LevenAmazon
1965 Awards, Academy Awards, All Movie Awards, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, Production Design (Color)

1965 Academy Awards – Production Design (Color) Winner and Nominees

1965 Academy Awards - Production Design (Color) WinnerMy Fair LadyGene AllenSnobbish phonetics Professor Henry Higgins (Sir Rex Harrison) agrees to a wager that he can make flower girl Eliza Doolittle (Audrey Hepburn) presentable in high society.Amazon1965 Academy Awards - Production Design (Color) NomineesBecketJohn BryanAmazonMary PoppinsCarroll ClarkAmazonThe Unsinkable Molly BrownGeorge W. DavisAmazonWhat a Way to Go!Jack Martin SmithAmazon
1964 Awards, Academy Awards, All Movie Awards, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, Production Design (Color)

1964 Academy Awards – Production Design (Color) Winner and Nominees

1964 Academy Awards - Production Design (Color) WinnerCleopatraJohn DeCuirQueen Cleopatra VII of Egypt experiences both triumph and tragedy as she attempts to resist the imperial ambitions of Rome.Amazon1964 Academy Awards - Production Design (Color) NomineesCome Blow Your HornHal PereiraAmazonHow the West Was WonGeorge W. DavisAmazonThe CardinalLyle R. WheelerAmazonTom JonesRalph W. BrintonAmazon
1963 Awards, Academy Awards, All Movie Awards, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, Production Design (Color)

1963 Academy Awards – Production Design (Color) Winner and Nominees

1963 Academy Awards - Production Design (Color) WinnerLawrence of ArabiaJohn BoxThe story of T.E. Lawrence, the English officer who successfully united and led the diverse, often warring, Arab tribes during World War I in order to fight the Turks.Amazon1963 Academy Awards - Production Design (Color) NomineesMutiny on the BountyGeorge W. DavisAmazonThat Touch of MinkAlexander GolitzenAmazonThe Music ManPaul GroesseAmazonThe Wonderful World of the Brothers GrimmGeorge W. DavisAmazon
1962 Awards, Academy Awards, All Movie Awards, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, Production Design (Color)

1962 Academy Awards – Production Design (Color) Winner and Nominees

1962 Academy Awards - Production Design (Color) WinnerWest Side StoryBoris LevenTwo youngsters from rival New York City gangs fall in love, but tensions between their respective friends build toward tragedy.Amazon1962 Academy Awards - Production Design (Color) NomineesBreakfast at Tiffany'sHal PereiraAmazonEl CidVeniero ColasantiAmazonFlower Drum SongAlexander GolitzenAmazonSummer and SmokeHal PereiraAmazon
1961 Awards, Academy Awards, All Movie Awards, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, Production Design (Color)

1961 Academy Awards – Production Design (Color) Winner and Nominees

1961 Academy Awards - Production Design (Color) WinnerSpartacusAlexander GolitzenThe slave Spartacus leads a violent revolt against the decadent Roman Republic.Amazon1961 Academy Awards - Production Design (Color) NomineesCimarronGeorge W. DavisAmazonIt Started in NaplesHal PereiraAmazonPepeTed HaworthAmazonSunrise at CampobelloEdward CarrereAmazon
1960 Awards, Academy Awards, All Movie Awards, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, Production Design (Color)

1960 Academy Awards – Production Design (Color) Winner and Nominees

1960 Academy Awards - Production Design (Color) WinnerBen-HurWilliam A. HorningWhen a Jewish prince is betrayed and sent into slavery by a Roman friend, he regains his freedom and comes back for revenge.Amazon1960 Academy Awards - Production Design (Color) NomineesJourney to the Center of the EarthLyle R. WheelerAmazonNorth by NorthwestWilliam A. HorningAmazonPillow TalkRichard H. RiedelAmazonThe Big FishermanJohn DeCuirAmazon
1957 Awards, Academy Awards, All Movie Awards, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, Production Design (Color)

1957 Academy Awards – Production Design (Color) Winner and Nominees

1957 Academy Awards - Production Design (Color) WinnerThe King and ILyle R. WheelerA widow accepts a job as a live-in governess to the King of Siam's children.Amazon1957 Academy Awards - Production Design (Color) NomineesAround the World in 80 DaysJames W. SullivanAmazonGiantBoris LevenAmazonLust for LifeCedric GibbonsAmazonThe Ten CommandmentsHal PereiraAmazon