Award of the American academy of cinematographic arts and sciences, from 1940th known as "Oscar", - American film award created in 1929 and traditionally handed to the figures of cinematographic art for their contribution to creation of movies.
Did You Know?
Due to the events surrounding the Persian Gulf War, which had just called a cease fire, security was tight at the Dorothy Chandler Pavillion and everyone was searched and had to go through a metal detector. The only exception was Bob Hope
because Bob Verdan, an Academy spokesman, said "He's like the American flag. Are you going to make him go through a metal detector?" See more
[following the film tribute sequence to Myrna Loy
Here from her apartment in New York, its Miss Loy. Congratulations Myrna!
Myrna Loy - Honorary Award Recipient
You've made me very happy, thank you very much.
Somewhere in My Memory
Written by John Williams
and Leslie Bricusse See more