Contents 1 Ceremony 2 Winners and nominees 2.1 Awards 2.2 Academy Honorary Awards 2.3 Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award 2.4 Special Achievement Award 2.5 Multiple nominations and awards 3 Presenters and performers 3.1 Presenters 3.2 Performers 4 See also 5 References 6 Bibliography

Ceremony[edit] The ceremony, held at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion in Downtown Los Angeles, California, was hosted by late night talk host Johnny Carson for the first time.[8] Jack Elliott and Allyn Ferguson served as musical directors for the telecast.[9] Singers Sammy Davis Jr. and Steve Lawrence performed a medley called "Oscar's Only Human" which was composed of movie songs that were not nominated for Best Original Song.[10] Initially the Academy's music branch protested that the segment be dropped from the ceremony, but it was kept intact after Haley threatened to leave his position as producer and pull Carson from emcee duties.[11] It was also remembered for being the final public appearance of Oscar-winning actor John Wayne, where he was given a standing ovation before presenting the award for Best Picture.[12] On June 11, two months after the ceremony, he died from complications from stomach cancer at age 72.[13] This was also the final public appearance for Jack Haley, presenter of the Best Costume Design with his Wizard of Oz co-star Ray Bolger as well as the father of the producer, as he died on June 6 of that year.

Winners and nominees[edit] The nominees for the 51st Academy Awards were announced on February 20, 1979.[14] The Deer Hunter and Heaven Can Wait tied for the most nominations with nine each.[15] The winners were announced during the awards ceremony on April 9. Best Director nominees Warren Beatty and Buck Henry became the second pair of directors nominated in that category for the same film; Jerome Robbins and Robert Wise had won for co-directing 1961's West Side Story.[16] Furthermore, Beatty was the first person since Orson Welles to earn acting, directing, producing, and screenwriting nominations in the same year.[17] With Jon Voight and Jane Fonda's respective wins in the Best Actor and Best Actress categories, Coming Home was the fourth film to win both lead acting awards.[18] Best Supporting Actress winner Maggie Smith became the only person to win an Oscar for playing an Oscar loser.[19] Awards[edit] Jon Voight, Best Actor winner Jane Fonda, Best Actress winner Christopher Walken, Best Supporting Actor winner Maggie Smith, Best Supporting Actress winner Winners are listed first, highlighted in boldface and indicated with a double dagger ().[20] Best Picture Best Director The Deer Hunter – Barry Spikings, Michael Deeley, Michael Cimino and John Peverall, producers Coming Home - Jerome Hellman, producer Heaven Can Wait – Warren Beatty, producer Midnight Express – Alan Marshall and David Puttnam, producers An Unmarried Woman - Paul Mazursky and Anthony Ray, producers Michael Cimino – The Deer Hunter Hal Ashby – Coming Home Warren Beatty and Buck Henry – Heaven Can Wait Woody Allen – Interiors Alan Parker – Midnight Express Best Actor Best Actress Jon Voight – Coming Home as Luke Martin Warren Beatty – Heaven Can Wait as Joe Pendleton/Leo Farnsworth/Tom Jarrett Gary Busey – The Buddy Holly Story as Buddy Holly Robert De Niro – The Deer Hunter as Sergeant Michael "Mike" Vronsky Laurence Olivier – The Boys from Brazil as Ezra Lieberman Jane Fonda – Coming Home as Sally Hyde Ingrid Bergman – Autumn Sonata as Charlotte Andergast Ellen Burstyn – Same Time, Next Year as Doris Jill Clayburgh – An Unmarried Woman as Erica Benton Geraldine Page – Interiors as Eve Best Supporting Actor Best Supporting Actress Christopher Walken – The Deer Hunter as Corporal Nikanor "Nick" Chevotarevich Bruce Dern – Coming Home as Captain Bob Hyde Richard Farnsworth – Comes a Horseman as Dodger John Hurt – Midnight Express as Max Jack Warden – Heaven Can Wait as Max Corkle Maggie Smith – California Suite as Diana Barrie Dyan Cannon – Heaven Can Wait as Julia Farnsworth Penelope Milford – Coming Home as Vi Munson Maureen Stapleton – Interiors as Pearl Meryl Streep – The Deer Hunter as Linda Best Screenplay Written Directly for the Screen Best Screenplay Based on Material from Another Medium Coming Home – Nancy Dowd, Waldo Salt and Robert C. Jones Autumn Sonata – Ingmar Bergman The Deer Hunter – Michael Cimino, Deric Washburn, Louis Garfinkle and Quinn K. Redeker Interiors – Woody Allen An Unmarried Woman – Paul Mazursky Midnight Express – Oliver Stone based on the book by Billy Hayes and William Hoffer Bloodbrothers – Walter Newman based on the novel by Richard Price California Suite – Neil Simon based on his play Heaven Can Wait – Elaine May and Warren Beatty based on the play by Harry Segall Same Time, Next Year – Bernard Slade based on his play Best Foreign Language Film Get Out Your Handkerchiefs (France) The Glass Cell (West Germany) Hungarians (Hungary) Viva Italia! (Italy) White Bim Black Ear (Union of Soviet Socialist Republics) Best Documentary Feature Best Documentary Short Subject Scared Straight! – Arnold Shapiro The Lovers' Wind (Le vent des amoureux) – Albert Lamorisse (posthumous nomination) Mysterious Castles of Clay – Joan Root and Alan Root Raoni – Jean-Pierre Dutilleux and Luiz Carlos Saldanha With Babies and Banners: Story of the Women's Emergency Brigade – Lorraine Gray The Flight of the Gossamer Condor – Jacqueline Phillips Shedd and Ben Shedd The Divided Trail: A Native American Odyssey An Encounter with Faces – Vidhu Vinod Chopra and K. K. Kapil Goodnight Miss Ann Squires of San Quentin Best Live Action Short Film Best Animated Short Film Teenage Father – Taylor Hackford A Different Approach – Jim Belcher and Fern Field Mandy's Grandmother – Andrew Sugerman Strange Fruit – Seth Pinsker Special Delivery – Eunice Macauley and John Weldon Oh My Darling – Nico Crama Rip Van Winkle – Will Vinton Best Original Score Best Original Song Score or Adaptation Score Midnight Express – Giorgio Moroder The Boys from Brazil – Jerry Goldsmith Days of Heaven – Ennio Morricone Heaven Can Wait – Dave Grusin Superman – John Williams The Buddy Holly Story – Joe Renzetti The Wiz – Quincy Jones Pretty Baby – Jerry Wexler Best Original Song Best Sound "Last Dance" from Thank God It's Friday – Music and Lyrics by Paul Jabara "Hopelessly Devoted to You" from Grease – Music and Lyrics by John Farrar "The Last Time I Felt Like This" from Same Time, Next Year – Music by Marvin Hamlisch; Lyrics by Alan and Marilyn Bergman "Ready to Take a Chance Again" from Foul Play – Music by Charles Fox; Lyrics by Norman Gimbel "When You're Loved" from The Magic of Lassie – Music and Lyrics by Richard M. Sherman and Robert B. Sherman The Deer Hunter – Richard Portman, William McCaughey, Aaron Rochin and Darin Knight Hooper – Robert Knudson, Robert Glass, Don MacDougall and Jack Solomon Superman – Gordon K. McCallum, Graham V. Hartstone, Nicolas Le Messurier and Roy Charman The Buddy Holly Story – Tex Rudloff, Joel Fein, Curly Thirlwell and Willie D. Burton Days of Heaven – John Wilkinson, Robert W. Glass Jr., John T. Reitz and Barry Thomas Best Costume Design Best Art Direction Death on the Nile – Anthony Powell Caravans – Renie Conley Days of Heaven – Patricia Norris The Swarm – Paul Zastupnevich The Wiz – Tony Walton Heaven Can Wait – Art Direction: Paul Sylbert and Edwin O'Donovan; Set Decoration: George Gaines The Brink's Job – Art Direction: Dean Tavoularis and Angelo Graham; Set Decoration: George R. Nelson California Suite – Art Direction: Albert Brenner; Set Decoration: Marvin March Interiors – Art Direction: Mel Bourne; Set Decoration: Daniel Robert The Wiz – Art Direction: Tony Walton and Philip Rosenberg; Set Decoration: Edward Stewart and Robert Drumheller Best Cinematography Best Film Editing Days of Heaven – Nestor Almendros The Deer Hunter – Vilmos Zsigmond Heaven Can Wait – William A. Fraker Same Time, Next Year – Robert Surtees The Wiz – Oswald Morris The Deer Hunter – Peter Zinner Superman – Stuart Baird Midnight Express – Gerry Hambling The Boys From Brazil – Robert E. Swink Coming Home – Don Zimmerman Academy Honorary Awards[edit] Laurence Olivier[21] Walter Lantz[22] King Vidor[23] Museum of Modern Art Department of Film[24] Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award[edit] Leo Jaffe[25] Special Achievement Award[edit] Les Bowie, Colin Chilvers, Denys Coop, Roy Field, Derek Meddings and Zoran Perisic for the visual effects of Superman.[26] Multiple nominations and awards[edit] The following 14 films had multiple nominations: Nominations Film 9 The Deer Hunter Heaven Can Wait 8 Coming Home 6 Midnight Express 5 Interiors 4 Days of Heaven Same Time, Next Year The Wiz 3 The Boys from Brazil The Buddy Holly Story California Suite An Unmarried Woman Superman 2 Autumn Sonata The following three films received multiple awards. Awards Film 5 The Deer Hunter 3 Coming Home 2 Midnight Express

Presenters and performers[edit] The following individuals (in order of appearance) presented awards or performed musical numbers:[27] Presenters[edit] Name Role John HarlanJohn Harlan Announcer for the 51st Academy Awards Koch, Howard W.Howard W. Koch (AMPAS President) Gave opening remarks welcoming guests to the awards ceremony Williams, RobinRobin Williams Woody Woodpecker Presenters of the Honorary Award to Walter Lantz Thomas, DannyDanny Thomas Explained the voting rules to the public Cannon, DyanDyan Cannon Telly Savalas Presenters of the award for Best Supporting Actor Smith, MaggieMaggie Smith Maureen Stapleton Presenters of the Scientific and Technical Awards Benson, RobbyRobby Benson Carol Lynley Presenters of the Short Subject Awards Farrow, MiaMia Farrow David L. Wolper Presenters of the Documentary Awards Jones, ShirleyShirley Jones Ricky Schroder Presenters of the award for Best Art Direction Bolger, RayRay Bolger Jack Haley Presenters of the award for Best Costume Design DeLuise, DomDom DeLuise Valerie Perrine Presenters of the award for Best Film Editing Martin, SteveSteve Martin Presenter of the award for Best Visual Effects Kidder, MargotMargot Kidder Christopher Reeve Presenters of the award for Best Sound Coburn, JamesJames Coburn Kim Novak Presenters of the award for Best Cinematography Keeler, RubyRuby Keeler Kris Kristofferson Presenters of the award for Best Original Song Williams, PaulPaul Williams Introducer to Sammy Davis Jr. and Steve Lawrence performance Martin, DeanDean Martin Raquel Welch Presenters of the Music Awards Peck, GregoryGregory Peck Presenter of the Honorary Award to the Museum of Modern Art Department of Film Brynner, YulYul Brynner Natalie Wood Presenters of the award for Best Foreign Language Film Burns, GeorgeGeorge Burns Brooke Shields Presenters of the award for Best Supporting Actress Bacall, LaurenLauren Bacall Jon Voight Presenters of the Writing Awards Hepburn, AudreyAudrey Hepburn Presenter of the Honorary Award to King Vidor Coppola, Francis FordFrancis Ford Coppola Ali MacGraw Presenters of the award for Best Director Grant, CaryCary Grant Presenter of the Honorary Award to Laurence Olivier Dreyfuss, RichardRichard Dreyfuss Shirley MacLaine Presenters of the award for Best Actress Valenti, JackJack Valenti Presenter of the Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award Rogers, GingerGinger Rogers Diana Ross Presenters of the award for Best Actor Wayne, JohnJohn Wayne Presenter of the award for Best Picture Performers[edit] Name Role Performed Elliot, JackJack Elliot Musical arrangers Orchestral Ferguson, AllynAllyn Ferguson Newton-John, OliviaOlivia Newton-John Performer "Hopelessly Devoted to You" (from Grease) Olivor, JaneJane Olivor Performers "The Last Time I Felt Like This" (from Same Time, Next Year) Mathis, JohnnyJohnny Mathis Summer, DonnaDonna Summer Performer "Last Dance" (from Thank God It's Friday) Boone, DebbyDebby Boone Performer "When You're Loved" (from The Magic of Lassie) Manilow, BarryBarry Manilow Performer "Ready to Take a Chance Again" (from Foul Play) Davis Jr., SammySammy Davis Jr. Performers "Not Even Nominated (Oscar's Only Human)" Lawrence, SteveSteve Lawrence Academy Awards Orchestra, Academy Awards Orchestra Performers "That's Entertainment!" (instrumental)

See also[edit] 21st Grammy Awards 31st Primetime Emmy Awards 32nd British Academy Film Awards 33rd Tony Awards 36th Golden Globe Awards List of submissions to the 51st Academy Awards for Best Foreign Language Film

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