Oscar winning movies

All Movies in green I have seen already. There are a lot of movies I have seen partly or can’t really remember anymore. I didn’t check them off. I have no clue if I am even able to watch all of them especially the really old ones. All the ones I’ll watch from now on I’ll check off with the date I watched them.

1927/28 (1st) Paramount Famous Lasky — Wings
1928/29 (2nd) Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer — The Broadway Melody
1929/30 (3rd) All Quiet on the Western Front — Universal
1930/31 (4th) Cimarron– RKO Radio
1931/32 (5th) Grand Hotel– Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
1932/33 (6th) Cavalcade — Fox
1934 (7th) It Happened One Night — Columbia
1935 (8th) Mutiny on the Bounty — Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
1936 (9th) The Great Ziegfeld — Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
1937 (10th) The Life of Emile Zola — Warner Bros.
1938 (11th) You Can’t Take It with You — Columbia
1939 (12th) Gone with the Wind — Selznick International Pictures
1940 (13th) Rebecca — Selznick International Pictures
1941 (14th) How Green Was My Valley — 20th Century-Fox
1942 (15th) Mrs. Miniver — Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
1943 (16th) Casablanca — Warner Bros.
1944 (17th) Going My Way — Paramount
1945 (18th) The Lost Weekend — Paramount
1946 (19th) The Best Years of Our Lives — Samuel Goldwyn Productions
1947 (20th) Gentleman’s Agreement — 20th Century-Fox
1948 (21st) Hamlet — J. Arthur Rank-Two Cities Films
1949 (22nd) All the King’s Men — Robert Rossen Productions
1950 (23rd) All about Eve — 20th Century-Fox
1951 (24th) An American in Paris — Arthur Freed, Producer
1952 (25th) The Greatest Show on Earth — Cecil B. DeMille, Producer
1953 (26th) From Here to Eternity — Buddy Adler, Producer
1954 (27th) On the Waterfront — Sam Spiegel, Producer
1955 (28th) Marty — Harold Hecht, Producer
1956 (29th) Around the World in 80 Days — Michael Todd, Producer
1957 (30th) The Bridge on the River Kwai — Sam Spiegel, Producer
1958 (31st) Gigi — Arthur Freed, Producer
1959 (32nd) Ben-Hur — Sam Zimbalist, Producer
1960 (33rd) The Apartment — Billy Wilder, Producer
1961 (34th) West Side Story — Robert Wise, Producer
1962 (35th) Lawrence of Arabia — Sam Spiegel, Producer
1963 (36th) Tom Jones — Tony Richardson, Producer
1964 (37th) My Fair Lady — Jack L. Warner, Producer
1965 (38th) The Sound of Music — Robert Wise, Producer (25/08/2010)
1966 (39th) A Man for All Seasons — Fred Zinnemann, Producer
1967 (40th) In the Heat of the Night — Walter Mirisch, Producer
1968 (41st) Oliver! — John Woolf, Producer
1969 (42nd) Midnight Cowboy — Jerome Hellman, Producer
1970 (43rd) Patton — Frank McCarthy, Producer
1971 (44th) The French Connection — Philip D’Antoni, Producer
1972 (45th) The Godfather — Albert S. Ruddy, Producer
1973 (46th) The Sting — Tony Bill, Michael Phillips and Julia Phillips, Producers
1974 (47th) The Godfather Part II — Francis Ford Coppola, Producer; Gray Frederickson and Fred Roos, Co-Producers
1975 (48th) One Flew over the Cuckoo’s Nest — Saul Zaentz and Michael Douglas, Producers
1976 (49th) Rocky — Irwin Winkler and Robert Chartoff, Producers
1977 (50th) Annie Hall — Charles H. Joffe, Producer
1978 (51st) The Deer Hunter — Barry Spikings, Michael Deeley, Michael Cimino and John Peverall, Producers
1979 (52nd) Kramer vs. Kramer — Stanley R. Jaffe, Producer
1980 (53rd) Ordinary People — Ronald L. Schwary, Producer
1981 (54th) Chariots of Fire — David Puttnam, Producer
1982 (55th) Gandhi — Richard Attenborough, Producer
1983 (56th) Terms of Endearment — James L. Brooks, Producer
1984 (57th) Amadeus — Saul Zaentz, Producer
1985 (58th) Out of Africa — Sydney Pollack, Producer
1986 (59th) Platoon — Arnold Kopelson, Producer
1987 (60th) The Last Emperor — Jeremy Thomas, Producer
1988 (61st) Rain Man — Mark Johnson, Producer
1989 (62nd) Driving Miss Daisy — Richard D. Zanuck and Lili Fini Zanuck, Producers
1990 (63rd) Dances With Wolves — Jim Wilson and Kevin Costner, Producers
1991 (64th) The Silence of the Lambs — Edward Saxon, Kenneth Utt and Ron Bozman, Producers (25/04/2010)
1992 (65th) Unforgiven — Clint Eastwood, Producer
1993 (66th) Schindler’s List — Steven Spielberg, Gerald R. Molen and Branko Lustig, Producers
1994 (67th) Forrest Gump — Wendy Finerman, Steve Tisch and Steve Starkey, Producers
1995 (68th) Braveheart — Mel Gibson, Alan Ladd, Jr. and Bruce Davey, Producers
1996 (69th) The English Patient — Saul Zaentz, Producer
1997 (70th) Titanic — James Cameron and Jon Landau, Producers
1998 (71st) Shakespeare in Love — David Parfitt, Donna Gigliotti, Harvey Weinstein, Edward Zwick and Marc Norman, Producers
1999 (72nd) American Beauty — Bruce Cohen and Dan Jinks, Producers
2000 (73rd) Gladiator — Douglas Wick, David Franzoni and Branko Lustig, Producers
2001 (74th) A Beautiful Mind — Brian Grazer and Ron Howard, Producers
2002 (75th) Chicago — Martin Richards, Producer
2003 (76th) The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King — Barrie M. Osborne, Peter Jackson and Fran Walsh, Producers
2004 (77th) Million Dollar Baby — Clint Eastwood, Albert S. Ruddy and Tom Rosenberg, Producers
2005 (78th) Crash — Paul Haggis and Cathy Schulman, Producers (08/04/2010)
2006 (79th) The Departed — Graham King, Producer
2007 (80th) No Country for Old Men — Scott Rudin, Ethan Coen and Joel Coen, Producers (06/04/2010)
2008 (81st) Slumdog Millionaire — Christian Colson, Producer (06/04/2010)
2009 (82nd) The Hurt Locker — Kathryn Bigelow, Mark Boal, Nicolas Chartier and Greg Shapiro, Producers (06/04/2010)
2010 (83nd) The King’s Speech


3 responses to “Oscar winning movies

  1. Hey AJ! TB & I have decided on “A Man for All Seasons 😉

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