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  (in credits order)

Steve Martin ... Himself - Host
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Ben Affleck ... Himself - Presenter: Best Original Screenplay

John Agar ... Himself (Memorial Tribute) (archive footage)

Wayne Allwine ... Mickey Mouse - Co-Presenter: Best Animated Short Film (voice)
Agustín Almodóvar ... Himself - Audience Member

Pedro Almodóvar ... Himself - Winner: Best Original Screenplay / Nominee: Best Director
Mie Andreasen ... Herself - Winner: Best Live Action Short Film

Julie Andrews ... Herself - Presenter: Short Film / Past Oscar Night Music Highlights / Past Winner

Royce D. Applegate ... Himself (Memorial Tribute) (archive footage)

Eric Armstrong ... Himself - Winner: Best Animated Short

Colleen Atwood ... Herself - Winner: Best Costume Design

Anne Bancroft ... Annie Sullivan (archive footage)

Kathy Bates ... Herself - Nominee: Best Actress in a Supporting Role / Presenter: Past Winner Recollections / Past Winner

Philippe Bergeron ... French interpreter

Milton Berle ... Himself - In Memorium Tribute (archive footage)

Halle Berry ... Herself - Presenter: Best Actor in a Leading Role / Past Winner
Margaret Booth ... Herself - (Memorial Tribute) (archive footage)

Ernest Borgnine ... Himself - Past Winner

Eddie Bracken ... Himself (Memorial Tribute) (archive footage)
Jack Brodsky ... Himself - (Memorial Tribute) (archive footage)

Adrien Brody ... Himself - Winner: Best Actor in a Leading Role

Josh Brolin ... Himself - Audience Member

Horst Buchholz ... Himself - (Memorial Tribute) (archive footage)

Red Buttons ... Himself - Past Winner

Nicolas Cage ... Himself - Nominee: Best Actor in a Leading Role / Past Winner

Michael Caine ... Himself - Nominee: Best Actor in a Leading Role / Past Winner

George Chakiris ... Himself - Past Winner

Rosemary Clooney ... Herself (Memorial Tribute)

James Coburn ... Himself (Memorial Tribute)

Jennifer Connelly ... Herself - Presenter: Best Actor in a Supporting Role / Past Winner

Sean Connery ... Himself - Presenter: Best Actress in a Supporting Role / Past Winner
Randall William Cook ... Himself - Winner: Best Visual Effects

Chris Cooper ... Himself - Winner: Best Actor in a Supporting Role

Richard Crenna ... Himself (Memorial Tribute)

Stephen Daldry ... Himself - Nominee: Best Director

Geena Davis ... Herself - Presenter: Best Film Editing / Past Winner

Daniel Day-Lewis ... Himself - Nominee: Best Actor in a Leading Role / Past Winner

Beatrice De Alba ... Herself - Winner: Best Makeup

Olivia de Havilland ... Herself - Presenter: Oscar Tribute Sequence / Past Winner

Brad Dexter ... Himself (Memorial Tribute) (archive footage)

Cameron Diaz ... Herself - Presenter: Best Animated Feature
Michael Donovan ... Himself - Winner: Best Documentary

Kirk Douglas ... Himself - Co-Presenter: Best Picture / Past Winner

Michael Douglas ... Himself - Co-presenter: Best Picture / Past Winner

Lila Downs ... Herself - Performer:'Burn It Blue'

Robert Duvall ... Himself - Past Winner

Colin Farrell ... Himself - Presenter: Song 'The Hands That Built America'

Louise Fletcher ... Herself - Past Winner

Harrison Ford ... Himself - Presenter: Best Director

John Frankenheimer ... Himself (Memorial Tribute) (archive footage)

Brendan Fraser ... Himself - Presenter: Film clip from 'The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers'

Brenda Fricker ... Herself - Past Winner
Alex Funke ... Himself - Winner: Best Visual Effects

Gael García Bernal ... Himself - Presenter: Song 'Burn It Blue'

Jennifer Garner ... Herself - Presenter: Best Animated Short Film and Best Short Film

Richard Gere ... Himself - Presenter: 'Chicago' Film Clip

Elliot Goldenthal ... Himself - Winner: Best Original Score

Cuba Gooding Jr. ... Himself - Past Winner

Louis Gossett Jr. ... Himself - Past Winner
Adolph Green ... Himself - (Memorial Tribute) (archive footage)

Joel Grey ... Himself - Past Winner
Charles Guggenheim ... Himself - (Memorial Tribute) (archive footage)
Bill Guttentag ... Himself - Winner: Best Documentary Short
Conrad L. Hall ... Himself (Memorial Tribute)

Conrad W. Hall ... Himself - accepting Cinematography Award for his late father Conrad L. Hall

Tom Hanks ... Himself - Past Winner

Marcia Gay Harden ... Herself - Presenter: Best Adapted Screenplay / Past Winner

Ed Harris ... Himself - Nominee: Best Actor in a Supporting Role

Richard Harris ... Himself (Memorial Tribute) (archive footage)

Ronald Harwood ... Himself - Winner: Best Adapted Screenplay

Signe Hasso ... Herself - (Memorial Tribute) (archive footage)

Salma Hayek ... Herself - Nominee: Best Actress in a Leading Role / Presenter: Best Foreign Language Film

George Roy Hill ... Himself (Memorial Tribute) (archive footage)

Dustin Hoffman ... Himself - Presenter: Film clip from 'The Pianist' / Past Winner

Celeste Holm ... Herself - Past Winner

Mike Hopkins ... Himself - Winner: Best Sound Editing

Kate Hudson ... Herself - Host: Technical Awards Banquet

Tara Nicole Hughes ... Dancer

Holly Hunter ... Herself - recalling her award (pre-recorded)

Kim Hunter ... Herself (Memorial Tribute) (archive footage)

Anjelica Huston ... Herself - Past Winner

John E. Jackson ... Himself - Winner: Best Makeup
Claude Jarman Jr. ... Himself - Past Winner

Jennifer Jones ... Herself - Past Winner

Shirley Jones ... Herself - Past Winner

Katy Jurado ... Herself (Memorial Tribute) (archive footage)

George Kennedy ... Himself - Past Winner

Nicole Kidman ... Herself - Winner: Best Actress in a Leading Role
Ward Kimball ... Himself (Memorial Tribute) (archive footage)

Ben Kingsley ... Himself - Past Winner

Martin Landau ... Himself - Past Winner

Diane Lane ... Herself - Nominee: Best Actress in a Leading Role / Presenter: Best Documentary Feature

Queen Latifah ... Herself - Nominee: Best Actress in a Supporting Role & Performer: 'I Move On'

Cloris Leachman ... Herself - Past Winner
J. Lee Thompson ... Himself - (Memorial Tribute) (archive footage)
David Lee ... Himself - Winner: Best Sound Mixing

Joe Letteri ... Himself - Winner: Best Visual Effects

Jennifer Lopez ... Herself - Presenter: Best Art Direction

Karl Malden ... Himself - Past Winner

Rob Marshall ... Himself - Nominee: Best Director

Marlee Matlin ... Herself - Past Winner

Matthew McConaughey ... Himself - Presenter: Film clip from 'Gangs of New York'

Leo McKern ... Himself - (Memorial Tribute) (archive footage)

Hayley Mills ... Herself - Past Winner

Michael Minkler ... Himself - Winner: Best Sound Mixing
Marvin Mirisch ... Himself - (Memorial Tribute) (archive footage)

Dudley Moore ... Himself (Memorial Tribute)

Julianne Moore ... Herself - Nominee: Best Actress in a Supporting Role / Best Actress in a Leading Role and Presenter: Best Sound Mixing & Best Sound Editing

Michael Moore ... Himself - Winner: Best Documentary Feature

Rita Moreno ... Herself - Past Winner

John Myhre ... Himself - Winner: Best Art Direction

Patricia Neal ... Herself - Past Winner

Jack Nicholson ... Himself - Nominee: Best Actor in a Leading Role / Past Winner

Margaret O'Brien ... Herself - Past Winner

Tatum O'Neal ... Herself - Past Winner

Peter O'Toole ... Himself - Honorary Award Recipient (also archive footage)

Jack Palance ... Himself - Past Winner
Norman Panama ... Himself - (Memorial Tribute) (archive footage)

Frank Pierson ... Himself - Academy President

Robert David Port ... Himself

Luise Rainer ... Herself - Past Winner

Keanu Reeves ... Himself - Presenter: Best Visual Effects

John C. Reilly ... Himself - Nominee: Best Actor in a Supporting Role

Luis Resto ... Himself - Winner: Best Original Song

Martin Richards ... Himself - Winner: Best Picture

Julia Roberts ... Herself - Presenter: Best Cinematography / Past Winner

Cliff Robertson ... Himself - Past Winner

Mickey Rooney ... Himself - Past Winner
Kay Rose ... Herself - (Memorial Tribute) (archive footage)

Neil Ross ... Himself - Announcer

John Ryan Jr. ... Himself

Jim Rygiel ... Himself - Winner: Best Visual Effects

Eva Marie Saint ... Herself - Past Winner

Susan Sarandon ... Herself - Presenter: Memorial segment / Past Winner
Walter Scharf ... Himself - (Memorial Tribute) (archive footage)

Maximilian Schell ... Himself - Past Winner

Martin Scorsese ... Himself - Nominee: Best Director
Mildred Shay ... Herself

George Sidney ... Himself - (Memorial Tribute) (archive footage)
Gordon Sim ... Himself - Winner: Best Art Direction

Paul Simon ... Himself - Performer: 'Father and Daughter'

Alberto Sordi ... Himself - (Memorial Tribute) (archive footage)

Mira Sorvino ... Herself - Presenter: Best Costume Design / Past Winner

Sissy Spacek ... Herself - Past Winner

Mary Steenburgen ... Herself - Past Winner

Rod Steiger ... Himself (Memorial Tribute)
Martin Strange-Hansen ... Himself - Winner: Best Short Film, Live Action

Meryl Streep ... Herself - Nominee: Best Actress in a Supporting Role / Presenter: Honorary Award to Peter O'Toole / Past Winner

Barbra Streisand ... Herself - Presenter: Best Original Song / Past Winner

Hilary Swank ... Herself - Presenter: Film clip from 'The Hours' / Past Winner
Richard Sylbert ... Himself - (Memorial Tribute) (archive footage)
Daniel Taradash ... Himself - (Memorial Tribute) (archive footage)
Dominick Tavella ... Himself - Winner: Best Sound Mixing

Julie Taymor ... Herself - Nominee: Best Original Song
Randy Thomas ... Herself - Announcer

John Travolta ... Himself - Presenter: Song 'I Move On'

Gina Tuttle ... Announcer

U2 ... Themselves - Performers: 'The Hands That Built America'

Robert Urich ... Himself (Memorial Tribute) (archive footage)

Jack Valenti ... Himself

Ethan Van der Ryn ... Himself - Winner: Best Sound Editing

Nia Vardalos ... Herself - Nominee: Best Original Screenplay & Presenter: Best Makeup

Caetano Veloso ... Himself - Co-Performer: 'Burn It Blue'

Jon Voight ... Himself - Past Winner

Christopher Walken ... Himself - Nominee: Best Actor in a Supporting Role / Past Winner

Martin Walsh ... Himself - Winner: Best Film Editing

Denzel Washington ... Himself - Presenter: Best Actress in a Leading Role / Past Winner

Lew Wasserman ... Himself - (Memorial Tribute) (archive footage)

Harvey Weinstein ... Himself - Nominee: Best Picture

Billy Wilder ... Himself (Memorial Tribute)

Teresa Wright ... Herself - Past Winner

Renée Zellweger ... Herself - Nominee: Best Actress in a Leading Role / Presenter: Best Original Score

Catherine Zeta-Jones ... Herself - Winner: Best Actress in a Supporting Role & Co-Performer: 'I Move On'
Fabrício Correia ... Himself (uncredited)

Calista Flockhart ... Herself - Audience Member (uncredited)

Isaac Hayes ... Himself - recalling his award (pre-recorded) (uncredited)

Ron Howard ... Himself (uncredited)

Tommy Lee Jones ... Himself - recalling his award (pre-recorded) (uncredited)

Barbara Kopple ... Herself - recalling her awards (pre-recorded) (uncredited)

Chad Lowe ... Himself - Audience Member (uncredited)

Amy Madigan ... Herself - Audience Member (uncredited)

Randy Newman ... Himself - recalling his award (pre-recorded) (uncredited)

Edward Norton ... Himself - Audience Member (uncredited)

Carly Simon ... Herself - recalling her award (pre-recorded) (uncredited)

Kevin Spacey ... Himself - recalling his awards (pre-recorded) (uncredited)

Kathleen Turner ... Joan Wilder (archive footage) (uncredited)

Leonor Watling ... Herself - Audience Member (uncredited)

John Williams ... Himself - recalling his awards (pre-recorded) (uncredited)

Robin Williams ... Himself - recalling his award (pre-recorded) (uncredited)

Lili Fini Zanuck ... Herself - recalling her award (pre-recorded) (uncredited)

Directed by
Louis J. Horvitz 
Penelope Spheeris (segment "Tribute to Documentaries")
Writing credits
Hal Kanter (written by) and
Rita Cash (written by) and
Buz Kohan (written by)

Steve Martin (special material written by) and
Beth Armogida (special material written by) and
Dave Barry (special material written by) and
Dave Boone (special material written by) and
Andy Breckman (special material written by) and
Jon Macks (special material written by) and
Rita Rudner (special material written by) and
Bruce Vilanch (special material written by)

Produced by
Gilbert Cates .... executive producer
Dennis E. Doty .... producer: pre-show
Danette Herman .... coordinating producer
Scott McIsaac .... segment producer (segment "Memorial & Diamond Anniversary")
Lucas Meyers .... segment producer: opening segments directed by Adam Shankman
Michael B. Seligman .... associate producer
Robert Shapiro .... co-producer
Penelope Spheeris .... segment producer
Allan Wells .... screens producer
Film Editing by
Jon Bloom 
John Burridge 
Tony Cacciarelli 
Susan D. Cooper 
Maura Corey (co-editor)
Brian Derby 
Radu Ion 
Alexandra Komisaruk 
Paul Marengo 
Shannon Martellaro (segment: actor montages, "When I Won the Oscar")
Dirk Meenen 
Karen Erickson Moore  (as Karen Erickson)
Paul C. Nesmith 
Michael Polito  (as Mike Polito)
Jeff Roe 
Phil Savenick 
Michael J. Shapiro 
Matthew Sharp 
Mark Stepp 
Douglass M. Stewart Jr. 
Yoram Tal 
Paula S. Vannucci 
John Wesley Whitton 
Lucas Wilson 
Chuck Workman 
John Zimmer 
Production Design by
Roy Christopher 
Art Direction by
Carlos Osorio 
Greg Richman 
Keaton S. Walker 
Tamlyn Wright 
Makeup Department
Donna J. Anderson .... hair stylist
Lori Benson .... makeup artist
Marianna Elias .... makeup artist
Rhonda O'Neal .... hair stylist
Susan Seligman .... makeup artist
Production Management
Rob Paine .... production manager
Victoria Zika .... production supervisor
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Tim Kettle .... associate director
Richard A. Preuss .... associate director
Deborah Read .... associate director
Art Department
Hugh Grew .... electronic graphics
Carlos Osorio .... additional art director
Charlotte Raybourn .... art department coordinator
Miles S. Richman .... charge scenic artist
Sound Department
Jason Atwell .... sound
Patrick Baltzell .... sound mixer
Robert Douglass .... sound re-recording mixer (as Bob Douglass)
Ed Greene .... sound mixer
Jamie Santos .... sound re-recording mixer
Visual Effects by
Tim Drnec .... Spydercam coordinator
Scott Paider .... Spydercam head rigger
Todd Semmes .... Spydercam aerial camera
Ben Britten Smith .... spydercam flight control
Camera and Electrical Department
Jerry Abboud .... rigging grip
Yogi Allen .... electrician
Tim Arasheben .... camera technician: Wescam XR
Theodore Ashton .... camera operator
Rob Balton .... camera operator
Robert T. Barnhart .... lighting director (as Robert Barnhart)
John Burdick .... camera operator
Rocky Danielson .... camera operator
Robert A. Dickinson .... lighting designer
Dave Eastwood .... camera operator
Freddy Frederick .... camera operator (as Freddie Fredericks)
Thomas Geren .... camera operator
Hank Geving .... camera operator
Marc Hunter .... camera operator
Charlie Huntley .... camera operator
Michael L. Lewin .... rigging grip
Jean Mason .... video controller
Jay Millard .... camera operator
Lyn Noland .... camera operator
John O'Brien .... video controller
Andy O'Reilly .... lighting director
Scott Paider .... camera operator
Rob Palmer .... camera operator
Kenneth Patterson .... camera operator
Bill Philbin .... camera operator
David Plakos .... camera operator
Hector Ramirez .... camera operator
Brian Reason .... camera operator
Mark Sanford .... video controller
Ron Sheldon .... camera operator
Holly Sorenson .... camera operator
Cody Taylor .... camera operator
Mark Whitman .... camera operator
Keith Winikoff .... video controller
Animation Department
Darrin Butters .... animator: "Mickey Mouse" crew
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Sandy Ampon .... set costumer
Debra L. Wiley .... costumer
Editorial Department
Jeffrey R. Coulter .... assistant editor (as Jeff Coulter)
Stephanie Erickson .... assistant editor
Tiffany Hope .... assistant editor
Daniel Demme Krutchkoff .... post-production coordinator
Robert Lang .... colorist: segment 'Best Foreign Language Film' nomination
Matthew Searer .... post-production assistant
Shannon Stohner .... assistant editor
Music Department
Bill Conti .... musical director
Evan Greenspan .... music clearance
Ashley Irwin .... music arranger
Chris McGeary .... music editor
Thomas Vicari .... orchestra mixer
Transportation Department
Paul-Michel Pierre-Benoist .... assistant transportation coordinator
Other crew
Christopher Aber .... assistant to Mickey Rooney
Marc Baker .... senior talent coordinator
Matt Beckner .... talent assistant
Anthony Boco .... production assistant
Michael Bouson .... credentials associate
Stacy Brewster .... talent coordinator
Deborah Cahn .... credentials manager
Michael Redford Carney .... talent manager (as Michael Carney)
Bob Claster .... teleprompter operator
Tina Cannizzaro DeBone .... script coordinator (as Tina Cannizzaro)
Kara DeFrias .... production assistant (as Kara Vichko)
Matthew J. Dias .... production assistant
Rick Edwards .... technical director
John B. Field .... technical director
Joel A. Fox .... production assistant
Alice Fuller .... production assistant
Farrah Skyler Greye .... production assistant
Danette Herman .... executive in charge of talent
Kathryn Hoffman .... insurance broker (as Katherine Hoffman)
Katie Holland .... production assistant
Garry Hood .... head stage manager
Crystal Liu .... production assistant
Marjorie Mann .... production coordinator
Peter Margolis .... dga stage manager
Troy Mosley .... script coordinator
Vanessa J. Noon .... production coordinator
Silas Pachon .... production assistant
Daniel Potasz .... production assistant
Vince Poxon .... stage manager
Robert Shapiro .... senior executive consultant (as Robert Z. Shapiro)
Joni Smith .... production assistant
Summer Spooner .... production assistant
Jenny Stanley .... script supervisor
Kristen Patterson Terry .... audience executive
Toni Thompson .... show publicist
Allan Wells .... technical director

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1 out of 2 people found the following review useful.
Very intense emotions did not always run smoothly..., 1 April 2003
Author: Michael DeZubiria ( from Luoyang, China

It's just as obvious that the most prevalent issue in the awards ceremony this year was to be the war in Iraq as it was after the Oscar ceremony in 1999 that the biggest rivalry of all was between two equally powerful films, Saving Private Ryan and Shakespeare In Love. But there was something of an unwritten rule this year that, if an Oscar winner absolutely HAD to say something about the Iraq situation, they would keep it mild and quick, such as the way Chris Cooper hoped for peace for the world in his acceptance speech for Best Supporting Actor (which he richly deserved).

The Best Documentary category was a sure win by Michael Moore's stunningly brilliant film Bowling For Columbine, but when he went up to the stage to deliver his speech, he made such incendiary comments that he was booed by the entire audience and, given my own personal opinions in regard to his comments, I can't say that all of the booing was just because everyone disagreed with him.

The point is not whether or not you agree with Moore that the war in Iraq is a huge corrupt ordeal and that George W. Bush should be shamed, but rather in the fact that this is simply not the time or the place for that topic. It's hard to get a lot of people on stage in front of millions to say whatever they want and prevent them entirely from saying a thing about their personal views in such politically intense times as these, but Michael Moore went too far. It's as simple as that.

One of the things that really bothered me was that (although this is true to his style) Moore invited all of his fellow nominees onstage and then made his volatile speech, without having previously discussed with the other nominees what he was going to say so that they could decide if they wanted to go on stage with him or not. I agree 100% with what Moore said (well, maybe more like 80%), but it was simply the wrong time for his opinion to be made known, and I personally would not have stepped on stage with him had I known he would make a speech like that.

I wish he would have thought it through more and not allowed his emotions to get the better of him in his speech, because he is now an Oscar winning documentarian – he literally has endless other ways, more effective and more respectable ways, that he could have made his feelings known to the world. Adrien Brody also went on entirely too long in his emotionally-tinged speech, but at least was not as blatantly disrespectful as Moore was in making his opinions known to the audience and the world.

In other news, the rest of the ceremony was peppered with spectacular events. Steve Martin has returned to solidify once again his permanent status as the greatest host the Academy Awards have ever had. This guy can tell a joke that is absolutely as predictable as jokes get and still make it funny. U2 and Paul Simon each deliver staggering live performances, and Eminem, one of the hardest commercial rappers currently recording, is honored for a much deserved Oscar for Best Song.

I would just like to say that I was absolutely thrilled when Eminem won the award (although I was sure that he would), because even though all of the nominees deserved the recognition for their achievements, this is a case where, had the award gone to any of the other nominees, everyone would have clapped, gone on to the next category, and then gone home with a nice content smile on their face, and the winner of the Oscar for Best Song in 2002 would have been forgotten forever almost immediately. But since the award went to such a controversial nominee, this is a category that will not soon be forgotten. Eminem has done no less than revolutionized the possibilities for Academy Awards.

The Academy Awards are a time of goodwill and appreciation of the wonderful movies that deserve to be celebrated because they took advantage of the enormous impact that films can have on their audiences. The movies honored at the awards ceremony this year and every other year are honored because they were so well-made in many different areas and deserved to be recognized for one or more of those areas, and it is truly a shame that current political events have to have such a negative impact on a show that celebrates something like this. The movies awarded this year, with only one or two exceptions, have little to nothing to do with the current political climate, and I just wish that the winners could have concentrated more on appreciating their recognition for their accomplishments than on taking political stands.

If for no other reason, I absolutely love Michael Moore's work and, given the content of Bowling For Columbine, he's not in real good standing with the NRA, probably some of the strongest supporters of the war in Iraq and some of the most backwards people in our nation. I honestly hope Michael Moore has considered his own personal safety!

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