Awards for 1941

Oscar

Best Picture

WINNER

Rebecca: (Selznick International Pictures)

NOMINEES

All This, and Heaven Too: (Warner Bros.)

Foreign Correspondent: (Walter Wanger)

The Grapes of Wrath: (20th Century Fox)

The Great Dictator: (Charles Chaplin Productions)

Kitty Foyle: (RKO Radio)

The Letter: (Warner Bros.)

The Long Voyage Home: (Argosy, Walter Wanger)

Our Town: (Sol Lesser)

Best Actor in a Leading Role

WINNER

NOMINEES




Best Actress in a Leading Role

WINNER

NOMINEES




Best Actor in a Supporting Role

WINNER

NOMINEES




Best Actress in a Supporting Role

WINNER

NOMINEES




Best Director

WINNER

NOMINEES




Best Writing, Original Screenplay

WINNER

NOMINEES




Best Writing, Original Story

WINNER

NOMINEES




Best Writing, Screenplay

WINNER

NOMINEES




Best Cinematography, Color

WINNER

NOMINEES





Best Cinematography, Black-and-White

WINNER

NOMINEES









Best Art Direction, Black-and-White

WINNER

NOMINEES












Best Art Direction, Color

WINNER

NOMINEES



Best Sound, Recording

WINNER

NOMINEES


Captain Caution: Elmer Raguse (Hal Roach SSD)

The Grapes of Wrath: Edmund H. Hansen (20th Century-Fox SSD)

The Howards of Virginia: Jack Whitney (General Service SSD)

Kitty Foyle: John Aalberg (RKO Radio SSD)


Our Town: Thomas T. Moulton (Samuel Goldwyn SSD)

The Sea Hawk: Nathan Levinson (Warner Bros. SSD)


Best Film Editing

WINNER

NOMINEES




Best Effects, Special Effects

WINNER

NOMINEES

The Blue Bird: Fred Sersen (photographic), Edmund H. Hansen (sound)



Dr. Cyclops: Farciot Edouart (photographic), Gordon Jennings (photographic)



The Long Voyage Home: R.T. Layton (photographic), Ray Binger (photographic), Thomas T. Moulton (sound)

One Million B.C.: Roy Seawright (photographic), Elmer Raguse (sound)

Rebecca: Jack Cosgrove (photographic), Arthur Johns (sound)

The Sea Hawk: Byron Haskin (photographic), Nathan Levinson (sound)


Typhoon: Farciot Edouart (photographic), Gordon Jennings (photographic), Loren L. Ryder (sound)

Women in War: Howard Lydecker (photographic), William Bradford (photographic), Bud Thackery (photographic) (as Ellis J. Thackery), Herbert Norsch (sound)

Best Music, Original Song

WINNER

Pinocchio: Leigh Harline (music), Ned Washington (lyrics)
For the song "When You Wish Upon a Star"

NOMINEES

Down Argentine Way: Harry Warren (music), Mack Gordon (lyrics)
For the song "Down Argentine Way"

You'll Find Out: Jimmy McHugh (music), Johnny Mercer (lyrics)
For the song "I'd Know You Anywhere"

Music in My Heart: Chet Forrest, Bob Wright
For the song "It's a Blue World"

Second Chorus: Artie Shaw (music), Johnny Mercer (lyrics)
For the song "Love of My Life"

Rhythm on the River: James V. Monaco (music), Johnny Burke (lyrics)
For the song "Only Forever"

Strike Up the Band: Roger Edens, George Stoll
For the song "Our Love Affair"

Spring Parade: Robert Stolz (music), Gus Kahn (lyrics)
For the song "Waltzing in the Clouds"

Hit Parade of 1941: Jule Styne (music), Walter Bullock (lyrics)
For the song "Who Am I?"

Best Music, Original Score

WINNER

NOMINEES
















Best Music, Score

WINNER

NOMINEES








Best Short Subject, Two-reel

WINNER

Teddy the Rough Rider: (Warner Bros.)

NOMINEES


Service with the Colors: (Warner Bros.)
From the National Defense Series

Best Short Subject, One-reel

WINNER

NOMINEES

London Can Take It!: (Warner Bros.)
Vitaphone Varieties


Siege: (RKO Radio)

Best Short Subject, Cartoons

WINNER

NOMINEES


Honorary Award

WINNERS

Bob Hope
In recognition of his unselfish services to the motion picture industry
(special silver plaque).

Nathan Levinson
For his outstanding service to the industry and the Army during the past nine years, which has made possible the present efficient mobilization of the motion picture industry facilities for the production of Army training films.

Academy Award of Merit

WINNER

(20th Century-Fox Film Corp.)
For the design and construction of the 20th Century Silenced Camera, developed by Daniel Clark, Grover Laube, Charles Miller and Robert W. Stevens.

Scientific and Engineering Award

WINNER


Not awarded.

Technical Achievement Award

WINNER

Anton Grot (Warner Bros. Studio Art Dept.)
For the design and perfection of the Warner Bros. water ripple and wave illusion machine.

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