Award-Winning Films of the 1930s

Award-Winning Films of the 1930s

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Eighty prize-winning films of the 1930s are discussed in detail, with complete cast and technical credits, background notes, etc. Movies covered include qGone With The Wind, q qThe Wizard of Oz, q qGarden of Allah, q qThe Hurricane, q qSan Francisco, q qIn Old Chicago, q qLost Horizon, q qIt Happened One Night, q qSweethearts, q qThe Broadway Melody, q qThe Adventures of Robin Hood, q qTabu, q qWings, q qStagecoach, q qDr Jekyll and Mr Hydeq (both Fredric March and Spencer Tracy versions), qCimarron, q qCleopatra, q qGrand Hotel.qFilm editor: William Hamilton. Art director and costume designer: Max Ree. Make- up: Ern Westmore. ... RCA Sound System. ... Special effects: Lloyd Knechtel. ... NOTES: The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences made history in 1931 by handing its annual award for Best ... by some of its technical deficiencies ( chiefly a muzzy, if always audible sound track, with poor gunshot effects) and the stiffanbsp;...

Title:Award-Winning Films of the 1930s
Author:John Reid - 2004-10-01


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