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VIVIEN LEIGH Grace Kelly HUMPHREY BOGART Bette Davis ACADEMY AWARD Poster OSCAR
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VIVIEN LEIGH Grace Kelly HUMPHREY BOGART Bette Davis ACADEMY AWARD Poster OSCAR
VIVIEN LEIGH Grace Kelly HUMPHREY BOGART Bette Davis ACADEMY AWARD Poster OSCAR

VIVIEN LEIGH Grace Kelly HUMPHREY BOGART Bette Davis ACADEMY AWARD Poster OSCAR

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Great ORIGINAL 22” x 28” ROLLED Promotional Poster. This isa RARE Style ROLLED Posterthat was distributed back in 1978 by the HOLLYWOOD REPORTER. It was used to promote the 197850th Academy AwardsThis poster is ALL ORIGINAL. It has never been hung, but does have edgewear and a corner bottom left stain. It features great photo images of: VIVIEN LEIGH, BETTE DAVIS, MARLON BRANDO, GRACE KELLY, MARY PICKFORD, HATTIE McDANIEL, FAY BAINTER, and HUMPHREY BOGART. This poster is OVER 35 YEARS OLD! Nice poster if you like these Hollywood classic celebrities or Oscar collectibles!Shop with confidence! This is part of our in-store inventory from our shop which is has been located in the heart of Hollywood where we have been in business for OVER 40 years!The 50th Academy Awards were held at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion in Los Angeles, California on April 3, 1978. The ceremonies were presided over by Bob Hope, who hosted the awards for the nineteenth and last time.Two of the year's biggest winners were Star Wars, which swept the technical categories by winning 6 out of its 10 nominations and a Special Achievement for Sound Effects Editing, and Annie Hall, winning 4 out of 5 nominations, including Best Picture, Best Actress and Best Director. The awards show was also notable for a very politically charged acceptance speech by Vanessa Redgrave.The Turning Point set the record for the most nominations without a win (11), previously held by Peyton Place and The Little Foxes, which each had 9 nominations with no wins. This record, later tied by The Color Purple, still stands as of the 87th Academy Awards.Annie Hall was the last Best Picture winner to be nominated for just five awards until The Departed 29 years later in 2006.Jason Robards became the fourth actor to win back-to-back Oscars, following Luise Rainer, Spencer Tracy, and Katharine Hepburn.For the first and only time to date, both Best Actor and Best Actress winners won for roles in two different romantic comedies.The animated opening sequence, as well as promos for the Awards show, were designed by British graphic designer Harry Marks, who outsourced the animated sequences to Robert Abel and Associates. Marks also designed animated sequences for the top nominated categories, which weren't used for the final telecast.Winners are listed first and highlighted in boldface.Best PictureBest DirectorAnnie Hall The Goodbye GirlJuliaStar WarsThe Turning PointWoody Allen – Annie Hall Steven Spielberg – Close Encounters of the Third KindFred Zinnemann – JuliaGeorge Lucas – Star WarsHerbert Ross – The Turning PointBest ActorBest ActressRichard Dreyfuss – The Goodbye Girl Woody Allen – Annie HallRichard Burton – EquusMarcello Mastroianni – A Special DayJohn Travolta – Saturday Night FeverDiane Keaton – Annie Hall Anne Bancroft – The Turning PointJane Fonda – JuliaShirley MacLaine – The Turning PointMarsha Mason – The Goodbye GirlBest Supporting ActorBest Supporting ActressJason Robards – Julia Mikhail Baryshnikov – The Turning PointPeter Firth – EquusAlec Guinness – Star WarsMaximilian Schell – JuliaVanessa Redgrave – Julia Leslie Browne – The Turning PointQuinn Cummings – The Goodbye GirlMelinda Dillon – Close Encounters of the Third KindTuesday Weld – Looking for Mr. GoodbarBest Original ScreenplayBest Adapted ScreenplayAnnie Hall – Woody Allen and Marshall Brickman The Goodbye Girl – Neil SimonThe Late Show – Robert BentonStar Wars – George LucasThe Turning Point – Arthur LaurentsJulia – Alvin Sargent Equus – Peter ShafferI Never Promised You a Rose Garden – Gavin Lambert and Lewis John CarlinoOh, God! – Larry GelbartThat Obscure Object of Desire – Luis Buñuel and Jean-Claude CarrièreBest Foreign Language FilmMadame Rosa (France) Iphigenia (Greece)Operation Thunderbolt (Israel)A Special Day (Italy)That Obscure Object of Desire (Spain)Best Documentary FeatureBest Documentary ShortWho Are the DeBolts? And Where Did They Get Nineteen Kids? The Children of Theatre StreetHigh Grass CircusHomage to Chagall: The Colours of LoveUnion MaidsGravity Is My Enemy Agueda Martinez: Our People, Our CountryFirst EditionOf Time, Tombs and TreasuresThe Shetland ExperienceBest Live Action ShortBest Animated ShortI'll Find a Way The Absent-Minded WaiterFloating FreeNotes on the Popular ArtsSpaceborneThe Sand Castle Bead GameThe Doonesbury SpecialJimmy the CBest Original ScoreBest Original Song Score or Adaptation ScoreStar Wars – John Williams Julia – Georges DelerueThe Spy Who Loved Me – Marvin HamlischMohammad, Messenger of God – Maurice JarreClose Encounters of the Third Kind – John WilliamsA Little Night Music – Jonathan Tunick Pete's Dragon – Al Kasha and Joel Hirschhorn, song; Irwin Kostal, adaptationThe Slipper and the Rose: The Story of Cinderella – Richard M. Sherman and Robert B. Sherman, song; Angela Morley, adaptationBest Original SongBest Costume Design"You Light Up My Life" from You Light Up My Life – Music and Lyric by Joseph Brooks "Candle on the Water" from Pete's Dragon – Music and Lyric by Al Kasha and Joel Hirschhorn"Someone's Waiting for You" from The Rescuers – Music by Sammy Fain; Lyric by Carol Connors and Ayn Robbins"The Slipper and the Rose Waltz (He Danced with Me/She Danced with Me)" from The Slipper and the Rose – Music and Lyric by Richard M. Sherman and Robert B. Sherman"Nobody Does It Better" from The Spy Who Loved Me – Music by Marvin Hamlisch; Lyric by Carole Bayer SagerStar Wars – John Mollo Airport '77 – Edith Head and Burton MillerA Little Night Music – Florence KlotzThe Other Side of Midnight – Irene SharaffJulia – Anthea SylbertBest Sound MixingBest Sound EditingStar Wars – Don MacDougall, Ray West, Bob Minkler and Derek Ball The Deep – Walter Goss, Dick Alexander, Tom Beckert and Robin GregoryClose Encounters of the Third Kind – Robert Knudson, Robert Glass, Don MacDougall and Gene CantamessaSorcerer – Robert Knudson, Robert Glass, Richard Tyler and Jean-Louis DucarmeThe Turning Point – Theodore Soderberg, Paul Wells, Douglas O. Williams and Jerry JostClose Encounters of the Third Kind – Frank E. WarnerStar Wars – Benjamin Burtt, Jr. for the creation of the alien, creature and robot voicesBest Art DirectionBest CinematographyStar Wars – Art Direction: John Barry, Norman Reynolds and Leslie Dilley; Set Decoration: Roger Christian The Spy Who Loved Me – Art Direction: Ken Adam and Peter Lamont; Set Decoration: Hugh ScaifeClose Encounters of the Third Kind – Art Direction: Joe Alves and Dan Lomino; Set Decoration: Phil AbramsonThe Turning Point – Art Direction: Albert Brenner; Set Decoration: Marvin MarchAirport '77 – Art Direction: George C. Webb; Set Decoration: Mickey S. MichaelsClose Encounters of the Third Kind – Vilmos Zsigmond Looking for Mr. Goodbar – William A. FrakerIslands in the Stream – Fred J. KoenekampJulia – Douglas SlocombeThe Turning Point – Robert SurteesBest Film EditingBest Visual EffectsStar Wars – Paul Hirsch, Marcia Lucas and Richard Chew Smokey and the Bandit – Walter Hannemann and Angelo RossClose Encounters of the Third Kind – Michael KahnJulia – Walter MurchThe Turning Point – William ReynoldsStar Wars – John Stears, John Dykstra, Richard Edlund, Grant McCune and Robert Blalack Close Encounters of the Third Kind – Roy Arbogast, Douglas Trumbull, Matthew Yuricich, Gregory Jein and Richard YuricichAcademy Honorary AwardsMargaret BoothJean Hersholt Humanitarian AwardCharlton HestonIrving G. Thalberg Memorial AwardWalter MirischCeremonyDebby Boone's performance of You Light Up My Life was accompanied by schoolgirls described as "affiliated with the John Tracy Clinic for the Deaf" interpreting the lyrics in sign language. After complaints that their signing was incomprehensible, it was revealed the girls were not deaf and had been taught rudimentary signing specifically for the performance. This prompted protests from the Alliance for Deaf Artists.It is part of our in-store inventory from our shop which is located in the heart of Hollywood where we have been in business for the past40 years! Winning buyder agrees in advance to pay an additional Mailpostage (Foreign orders will require additional postage) and to remit full payment after notification from the seller. California residents must add state sales taxes. Be sure to click on "View Seller's Other products" for more great items like this!
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