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Academy Awards PHOTO Art CLORIS LEACHMAN Charlie Chaplin JANE FONDA Gene Hackman

Academy Awards PHOTO Art CLORIS LEACHMAN Charlie Chaplin JANE FONDA Gene Hackman

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This is an ORIGINAL 15" x 20" ARTWORK for SCREEN STORIES MAGAZINE. It is an overlay of photos featuring CHARLIE CHARLES CHAPLIN, OONA CHAPLIN, BEN JOHNSON, CLORIS LEACHMAN, GENE HACKMAN, JANE FONDA, DONALD SUTHERLAND, some holding their Gold Staue Oscar. It was used for an article in the popular magazine, during the 1970's to promote the winners of the 44th ACADEMY AWARDSThe 44th Academy Awards were presented April 10, 1972 at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, Los Angeles. The ceremonies were presided over by Helen Hayes, Alan King, Sammy Davis, Jr., and Jack Lemmon. One of the major highlights of the evening was the appearance of Betty Grable, who was battling cancer at the time, making one of her last public appearances. She appeared along with one of her leading men from the 1940s, singer Dick Haymes, to present the musical scoring awards. Grable died the following year.The year also marked The Last Picture Show becoming the first film to win both the awards for Best Supporting Actor and Best Supporting Actress, since West Side Story nearly ten years earlier.Winners and nomineesAwardsWinners are listed first and highlighted in boldface.Best PictureBest DirectorThe French Connection – Philip D'Antoni A Clockwork Orange – Stanley KubrickFiddler on the Roof – Norman JewisonThe Last Picture Show – Stephen J. FriedmanNicholas and Alexandra – Sam SpiegelWilliam Friedkin – The French Connection Peter Bogdanovich – The Last Picture ShowNorman Jewison – Fiddler on the RoofStanley Kubrick – A Clockwork OrangeJohn Schlesinger – Sunday Bloody SundayBest ActorBest ActressGene Hackman – The French Connection as Det. Jimmy "Popeye" Doyle Peter Finch – Sunday Bloody Sunday as Dr. Daniel HirschWalter Matthau – Kotch as Joseph P. KotcherGeorge C. Scott – The Hospital as Dr. Herbert "Herb" BockTopol – Fiddler on the Roof as TevyeJane Fonda – Klute as Bree Daniels Julie Christie – McCabe & Mrs. Miller as Constance MillerGlenda Jackson – Sunday Bloody Sunday as Alex GrevilleVanessa Redgrave – Mary, Queen of Scots as Mary, Queen of ScotsJanet Suzman – Nicholas and Alexandra as Empress AlexandraBest Supporting ActorBest Supporting ActressBen Johnson – The Last Picture Show as Sam the Lion Jeff Bridges – The Last Picture Show as Duane JacksonLeonard Frey – Fiddler on the Roof as Motel KamzoilRichard Jaeckel – Sometimes a Great Notion as Joe Ben StamperRoy Scheider – The French Connection as Det. Buddy 'Cloudy' RussoCloris Leachman – The Last Picture Show as Ruth Popper Ann-Margret – Carnal Knowledge as BobbieEllen Burstyn – The Last Picture Show as Lois FarrowBarbara Harris – Who Is Harry Kellerman and Why Is He Saying Those Terrible Things About Me? as Allison DensmoreMargaret Leighton – The Go-Between as Mrs. MaudsleyBest Original ScreenplayBest Adapted ScreenplayThe Hospital – Paddy Chayefsky Investigation of a Citizen Above Suspicion – Elio Petri and Ugo PirroKlute – Andy Lewis and Dave LewisSummer of '42 – Herman RaucherSunday Bloody Sunday – Penelope GilliattThe French Connection – Ernest Tidyman from The French Connection by Robin Moore A Clockwork Orange – Stanley Kubrick from A Clockwork Orange by Anthony BurgessThe Conformist – Bernardo Bertolucci from The Conformist by Alberto MoraviaThe Garden of the Finzi-Continis – Vittorio Bonicelli and Ugo Pirro from The Garden of the Finzi-Continis by Giorgio BassaniThe Last Picture Show – Peter Bogdanovich and Larry McMurtry from The Last Picture Show by McMurtryBest Foreign Language FilmBest Costume DesignThe Garden of the Finzi-Continis (Italy) in Italian – Vittorio De Sica Dodes'ka-den (Japan) in Japanese – Akira KurosawaThe Emigrants (Sweden) in Swedish – Jan TroellThe Policeman (Israel) in Hebrew – Ephraim KishonTchaikovsky (USSR) in Russian – Igor TalankinNicholas and Alexandra – Yvonne Blake and Antonio Castillo Bedknobs and Broomsticks – Bill ThomasDeath in Venice – Piero TosiMary, Queen of Scots – Margaret FurseWhat's the Matter with Helen? – Morton HaackBest Documentary FeatureBest Documentary ShortThe Hellstrom Chronicle – Walon Green Alaska Wilderness Lake – Alan LandsburgOn Any Sunday – Bruce BrownRa – Lennart Ehrenborg and Thor HeyerdahlThe Sorrow and the Pity – Marcel OphülsSentinels of Silence – Robert Amram and Manuel Arango Adventures in Perception – Han van GelderArt Is... – Julian Krainin and DeWitt L. Sage, Jr.The Numbers Start with the River – Donald WryeSomebody Waiting – Sherwood Omens, Hal Riney and Dick SniderBest Live Action ShortBest Animated ShortSentinels of Silence – Robert Amram and Manuel Arango Good Morning – Denny Evans and Ken GreenwaldThe Rehearsal – Stephen F. VeronaThe Crunch Bird – Ted Petok Evolution – Michael MillsThe Selfish Giant – Peter Sander and Murray ShostakBest Original Score (Dramatic)Best Original Song Score or Adaptation ScoreSummer of '42 – Michel Legrand Mary, Queen of Scots – John BarryNicholas and Alexandra – Richard Rodney BennettShaft – Isaac HayesStraw Dogs – Jerry FieldingFiddler on the Roof – Adaptation: John Williams Bedknobs and Broomsticks – Adaptation: Irwin Kostal; Song Score: Richard Sherman and Robert ShermanThe Boy Friend – Adaptation: Peter Maxwell Davies and Peter GreenwellTchaikovsky – Adaptation: Dimitri TiomkinWilly Wonka and the Chocolate Factory – Adaptation: Walter Scharf; Song Score: Leslie Bricusse and Anthony NewleyBest Original SongBest Sound Mixing"Theme from Shaft" from Shaft – Isaac Hayes "The Age of Not Believing" from Bedknobs and Broomsticks – Robert Sherman and Richard Sherman"All His Children" from Sometimes a Great Notion – Alan Bergman, Marilyn Bergman and Henry Mancini"Bless the Beasts and Children" from Bless the Beasts and Children – Perry Botkin, Jr. and Barry De Vorzon"Life Is What You Make It" from Kotch – Marvin Hamlisch and Johnny MercerFiddler on the Roof – David Hildyard and Gordon McCallum Diamonds Are Forever – Gordon McCallum, John W. Mitchell and Alfred J. OvertonThe French Connection – Chris Newman and Theodore SoderbergKotch – Richard Portman and Jack SolomonMary, Queen of Scots – John Aldred and Bob JonesBest Art DirectionBest CinematographyNicholas and Alexandra – Art Direction: Ernest Archer, John Box, Jack Maxsted and Gil Parrondo; Set Decoration: Vernon Dixon The Andromeda Strain – Art Direction: Boris Leven, William H. Tuntke; Set Decoration: Ruby R. LevittBedknobs and Broomsticks – Art Direction: Peter Ellenshaw and John B. Mansbridge; Set Decoration: Hal Gausman and Emile KuriFiddler on the Roof – Art Direction: Robert F. Boyle and Michael Stringer; Set Decoration: Peter LamontMary, Queen of Scots – Art Direction: Terence Marsh and Robert Cartwright; Set Decoration: Peter HowittFiddler on the Roof – Oswald Morris The French Connection – Owen RoizmanThe Last Picture Show – Robert L. SurteesNicholas and Alexandra – Freddie YoungSummer of '42 – Robert L. SurteesBest Film EditingBest Visual EffectsThe French Connection – Gerald B. Greenberg The Andromeda Strain – Stuart Gilmore and John W. HolmesA Clockwork Orange – Bill ButlerKotch – Ralph E. WintersSummer of '42 – Folmar BlangstedBedknobs and Broomsticks – Danny Lee, Eustace Lycett and Alan Maley When Dinosaurs Ruled the Earth – Jim Danforth and Roger DickenHonorary Academy AwardsCharlie ChaplinCharlie Chaplin received an honorary award at this ceremony, for "the incalculable effect he has had in making motion pictures the art form of this century". Chaplin, who had been living in self-imposed exile in Switzerland for twenty years, came back to the United States specifically to receive this award. When introduced, Chaplin received a twelve-minute standing ovation, the longest in Academy Awards history.Films with multiple nominations and awardsThe following 18 films received multiple nominations.Eight: Fiddler on the Roof, The French Connection and The Last Picture ShowSix: Nicholas and AlexandraFive: Bedknobs and Broomsticks and Mary, Queen of ScotsFour: A Clockwork Orange, Kotch, Summer of '42 and Sunday Bloody SundayTwo: The Andromeda Strain, The Garden of the Finzi-Continis, The Hospital, Klute, Sentinels of Silence, Shaft, Sometimes a Great Notion and TchaikovskyThe following five films received multiple awards.Five: The French ConnectionThree: Fiddler on the RoofTwo: The Last Picture Show, Nicholas and Alexandra The artboard has hand written notations on it. It is stamped Screen Stories. The SCREEN STORIES information is written on the back. It was to be used for a July 1972 publication. It is OVER 40 YEARS OLD!!! It's a one of a kind piece of art some slight wear from being used for publication. Great unique item.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 OVER 37 years! Winning buyder agrees in advance to pay an additional Mailpostage (Foreign orders will require additional postage) and to remit full payment within 10 days after notification from the seller. PLEASE ALLOW 10 TO 14 DAYS FOR DELIVERY. California residents must add state sales taxes. Be sure to click on "View Seller's Other products" for more great items like this! Powered by eCRATER . List your items fast and easy and manage your active items.
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