The Moon and Sixpence. 1 Nomination. Music (Music Score of a Dramatic or Comedy Picture) - Dimitri Tiomkin. The More the Merrier. 6 Nominations, 1 Win. * Actor in a Supporting Role - Charles Coburn in "The More the Merrier". Outstanding Motion Picture - Columbia. Directing - George Stevens.
- Best Motion Picture
- Actor in A Supporting Role
- Actress in A Supporting Role
- Film Editing
Double Indemnity – Paramount Gaslight – Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Going My Way – Paramount Since You Went Away – Selznick International Pictures Wilson– 20th Century-Fox
Double Indemnity – Billy Wilder Going My Way – Leo McCarey Laura – Otto Preminger Lifeboat – Alfred Hitchcock Wilson– Henry King
Charles Boyer – Gaslight Bing Crosby – Going My Way Barry Fitzgerald – Going My Way Cary Grant – None but the Lonely Heart Alexander Knox – Wilson
Ingrid Bergman – Gaslight Claudette Colbert – Since You Went Away Bette Davis – Mr. Skeffington Greer Garson – Mrs. Parkington Barbara Stanwyck – Double Indemnity
Hume Cronyn – The Seventh Cross Barry Fitzgerald – Going My Way Claude Rains – Mr. Skeffington Clifton Webb – Laura Monty Woolley – Since You Went Away
Ethel Barrymore – None but the Lonely Heart Jennifer Jones – Since You Went Away Angela Lansbury – Gaslight Aline MacMahon – Dragon Seed Agnes Moorehead – Mrs. Parkington
Going My Way – Leo McCarey A Guy Named Joe – Chandler Sprague, David Boehm Lifeboat – John Steinbeck None Shall Escape – Alfred Neumann, Joseph Than The Sullivans– Edward Doherty, Jules Schermer
“I Couldn’t Sleep A Wink Last Night” – Higher and Higher – Music by Jimmy McHugh; Lyrics by Harold Adamson “I’ll Walk Alone” – Follow the Boys – Music by Jule Styne; Lyrics by Sammy Cahn “I’m Making Believe” – Sweet and Lowdown – Music by James V. Monaco; Lyrics by Mack Gordon “Long Ago And Far Away” – Cover Girl – Music by Jerome Kern; Lyrics by Ira Gershwin “Now I Know” – Up in Arms – Music by Harold Arlen; Lyrics by Ted Koehler “Remember Me To Carolina” – Minstrel Man – Music by Harry Revel; Lyrics by Paul Webster “Rio De Janeiro” – Brazil – Music by Ary Barroso; Lyrics by Ned Washington “Silver Shadows And Golden Dreams” – Lady, Let’s Dance – Music by Lew Pollack; Lyrics by Charles Newman “Sweet Dreams Sweetheart” – Hollywood Canteen – Music by M. K. Jerome; Lyrics by Ted Koehler “Swinging On A Star” – Going My Way – Music by James Van Heusen; Lyrics by Johnny Burke “Too Much In Love” – Song of the Open Road – Music by Walter Kent; Lyrics by Kim Gannon “The Trolley Song” – Meet...
Going My Way – Leroy Stone Janie – Owen Marks None but the Lonely Heart – Roland Gross Since You Went Away – Hal C. Kern, James E. Newcom Wilson– Barbara McLean
Double Indemnity – John Seitz Dragon Seed – Sidney Wagner Gaslight – Joseph Ruttenberg Going My Way – Lionel Lindon Laura – Joseph LaShelle Lifeboat – Glen MacWilliams Since You Went Away – Stanley Cortez, Lee Garmes Thirty Seconds over Tokyo – Robert Surtees, Harold Rosson The Uninvited – Charles Lang The White Cliffs of Dover– George Folsey
The Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay is the Academy Award for the best screenplay not based upon previously published material. It was created in 1940 as a separate writing award from the Academy Award for Best Story. Beginning with the Oscars for 1957, the two categories were combined to honor only the screenplay.
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The Academy Award for Best Story was an Academy Award given from the beginning of the Academy Awards until 1956. This award can be a source of confusion for modern audiences, given its co-existence with the Academy Award for Best Adapted Screenplay and Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay.