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    • What was the year 1944 in film?

      • The year 1944 in film involved some significant events, including the wholesome, award-winning Going My Way plus popular murder mysteries such as Double Indemnity, Gaslight and Laura . The top ten 1944 released films by box office gross in North America are as follows:
  1. 9 Nominations, 1 Win. Actor in a Supporting Role - Akim Tamiroff in "For Whom the Bell Tolls". Art Direction (Color) - Art Direction: Hans Dreier, Haldane Douglas; Interior Decoration: Bertram Granger. Actor - Gary Cooper in "For Whom the Bell Tolls". Actress - Ingrid Bergman in "For Whom the Bell Tolls".

  2. 1944: Going My Way (1944) AA Best Picture Win: 1944: Double Indemnity (1944) AA Best Picture Nom: 1944: Gaslight (1944) AA Best Picture Nom: 1944: Since You Went Away (1944) AA Best Picture Nom: 1944: Wilson (1944) AA Best Picture Nom: 1944: Arsenic and Old Lace (1944) 1944: To Have and Have Not (1944) 1944: Laura (1944) 1944: National Velvet (1944) 1944: Meet Me in St. Louis (1944)

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    • Events
    • 1944 Film Releases
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    • Film Debuts
    March 10 – MGM's A Guy Named Joe, starring Spencer Tracy and Irene Dunne, is released nationally in the United States.
    May 3 – The film Going My Way, directed by Leo McCarey and starring Bing Crosby and Barry Fitzgerald, premieres. The highest-grossing picture of the year, it goes on to win a total of seven Academy...
    May 13 – Dale Evans appears in her first film with future husband, Roy Rogers – Cowboy and the Senorita.
    July 20 – Since You Went Awayis released.

    January–March

    1. January 1944 1.1. 7 January 1.1.1. Standing Room Only 1.2. 11 January 1.2.1. Career Girl 1.3. 14 January 1.3.1. Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves 1.4. 28 January 1.4.1. Lifeboat 1.4.2. Phantom Lady 2. February 1944 2.1. 3 February 2.1.1. None Shall Escape 2.1.2. The Fighting Sullivans 2.2. 5 February 2.2.1. Captain America 2.3. 10 February 2.3.1. Lady in the Dark 2.4. 11 February 2.4.1. The Bridge of San Luis Rey 2.5. 22 February 2.5.1. Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs(re-issue) 3. March 1944...

    April–June

    1. April 1944 1.1. 9 April 1.1.1. Rosie the Riveter(film) 1.2. 17 April 1.2.1. The Lady and the Monster 1.3. 25 April 1.3.1. Pin Up Girl 1.3.2. And the Angels Sing 1.4. 26 April 1.4.1. The Hitler Gang 2. May 1944 2.1. 5 May 2.1.1. Follow the Boys 2.2. 8 May 2.2.1. Time Flies – (GB) 2.3. 13 May 2.3.1. Cowboy and the Senorita 2.4. 27 May 2.4.1. The Tiger Woman 3. June 1944 3.1. 1 June 3.1.1. Address Unknown 3.2. 8 June 3.2.1. Days of Glory

    July–September

    1. July 1944 1.1. 2 July 1.1.1. The Hairy Ape 1.2. 6 July 1.2.1. Double Indemnity 1.3. 7 July 1.3.1. The Mummy's Ghost 1.4. 8 July 1.4.1. Johnny Doesn't Live Here Any More 1.5. 12 July 1.5.1. The Invisible Man's Revenge 1.6. 14 July 1.6.1. Summer Storm 1.7. 20 July 1.7.1. Since You Went Away 1.8. 22 July 1.8.1. The Adventures of Mark Twain 1.9. 24 July 1.9.1. The Seventh Cross 2. August 1944 2.1. 12 August 2.1.1. Mr. Skeffington 2.2. 17 August 2.2.1. Cry of the Werewolf 2.2.2. The Soul of a M...

    Captain America, starring Dick Purcell
    The Desert Hawk, starring Gilbert Roland and Charles Middleton
    Our Gang (1922-1944)
    The Three Stooges (1934–1959)
    Mickey Mouse (1928–1953)
    Looney Tunes (1930–1969)
    Terrytoons (1930–1964)
    Merrie Melodies (1931–1969)
    January 5 – Franco Ferrini, Italian screenwriter
    January 9 – Harun Farocki, German filmmaker (died 2014)
    January 20 – Margaret Avery, American actress
    January 23 – Rutger Hauer, Dutch actor (died 2019)
    March 14 – Merta Sterling, American actress (born 1883)
    July 14 – Emil Fjellström, Swedish actor (born 1884)
    July 20 – Mildred Harris, American actress (born 1901)
    September 24 – Hugo Thimig, Austrian actor (born 1854)
    Lauren Bacall – To Have and Have Not
    Red Buttons – Winged Victory
    Stan Freberg – Swooner Crooner
    Gloria Grahame – Blonde Fever
  5. "Double Indemnity", "Laura", "Arsenic and Old Lace", "To Have and Have Not", & "Gaslight" are on The Top 50 Movies of 1944 on Flickchart.

  6. Director Michael Curtiz' Casablanca (with eight nominations and three Oscar wins - Best Picture, Best Director, and Best Screenplay for Julius J. Epstein, Philip G. Epstein and Howard Koch) - the melodramatic story of international intrigue, romance and politics in the Nazi-occupied exotic locale of French Morocco, is now considered one of ...

  7. Top 100 Films Of The 1940's. 1. Casablanca (1942) Error: please try again. A cynical expatriate American cafe owner struggles to decide whether or not to help his former lover and her fugitive husband escape the Nazis in French Morocco. Director: Michael Curtiz | Stars: Humphrey Bogart, Ingrid Bergman, Paul Henreid, Claude Rains.