Contents 1 Most awards 2 Awards for debut acting or directing performances on film 3 Big Five winners 4 Most consecutive awards 5 Academy Award firsts 6 Age-related records 7 Film records 8 Acting records 9 Miscellaneous records 10 Oscar speeches 11 Tied winners 12 See also 13 References 14 External links


Most awards[edit] Most awards won by a single film Three films have won 11 Academy Awards: Ben-Hur (1959) – 15 categories available for nomination; nominated for 12 Titanic (1997) – 17 categories available for nomination; nominated for 14 The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King (2003) – 17 categories available for nomination; nominated for 11 Most nominations received by a single film Three films have received 14 nominations: All About Eve (1950) – 16 categories available for nomination; won 6 awards Titanic (1997) – 17 categories available for nomination; won 11 awards La La Land (2016) – 17 categories available for nomination; won 6 awards (Note: contrary to All About Eve and La La Land which were nominated in 12 and 13 different categories respectively, Titanic's nominations were clear, meaning that actually is the only picture that could have won more than 13 Oscars). Largest sweep (winning awards in every nominated category) The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King (2003) won all 11 categories for which it was nominated: Best Picture, Director, Adapted Screenplay, Original Score, Original Song, Sound Mixing, Art Direction, Makeup, Costume Design, Film Editing, and Visual Effects Most awards won by an individual Walt Disney won 22 Oscars. Most awards won by a woman Edith Head won eight Oscars, all for Costume Design Most nominations in a single year / Most awards in a single year In 1954, Walt Disney won four awards out of six nominations, both records. He won Best Documentary, Features for The Living Desert; Best Documentary, Short Subjects for The Alaskan Eskimo; Best Short Subject, Cartoons for Toot Whistle Plunk and Boom; and Best Short Subject, Two-reel for Bear Country. He had two additional nominations in Best Short Subject, Cartoons for Rugged Bear; and Best Short Subject, Two-reel for Ben and Me. Most awards won by a person who is still living Visual Effects Supervisor Dennis Muren has won nine Academy Awards – six competitive awards, two "Special Achievement" awards, and one "Technical Achievement" award Most competitive awards won by a person who is still living Composer Alan Menken has won eight competitive Academy Awards Acting Katharine Hepburn won four awards, all for Best Actress Directing John Ford won the most directing awards, with four Cinematography The highest number of Academy Awards won by a cinematographer is four: Joseph Ruttenberg, in 1938, 1942, 1956, and 1958 Leon Shamroy, in 1942, 1944, 1945, and 1963 Art Direction Cedric Gibbons, who designed the Oscar statuette, won 11 awards out of a total of 39 nominations.[1] Makeup Rick Baker won seven Academy Awards (all for Best Makeup) Most awards won by a country for Best Foreign Language Film Italy won 14 awards in this category and received, in total, 32 nominations Most nominations received by a country for Best Foreign Language Film France received 40 nominations and won the award 12 times Most awards won by a foreign-language film Two foreign-language films have won four Academy Awards: Fanny and Alexander (1982) won Best Foreign Language Film, Best Cinematography, Best Art Direction, and Best Costume Design Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon (2000) won Best Foreign Language Film, Best Art Direction, Best Original Score, and Best Cinematography Most nominations received by a foreign-language film Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon (2000) received ten nominations: Best Foreign Language Film, Best Picture, Best Director, Best Adapted Screenplay, Best Original Song, Best Costume Design, Best Art Direction, Best Film Editing, Best Original Score, and Best Cinematography


Awards for debut acting or directing performances on film[edit] The following individuals won Academy Awards for their film debut acting performances: Best Actor None Best Actress Shirley Booth (Come Back, Little Sheba, 1952) Julie Andrews (Mary Poppins, 1964) Barbra Streisand (Funny Girl, 1968) Marlee Matlin (Children of a Lesser God, 1986) Best Supporting Actor Harold Russell (The Best Years of Our Lives, 1946) Timothy Hutton (Ordinary People, 1980) Haing S. Ngor (The Killing Fields, 1984) Best Supporting Actress Gale Sondergaard (Anthony Adverse, 1936) Katina Paxinou (For Whom the Bell Tolls, 1943) Mercedes McCambridge (All the King's Men, 1949) Eva Marie Saint (On the Waterfront, 1954) Jo Van Fleet (East of Eden, 1955) Tatum O'Neal (Paper Moon, 1973) Anna Paquin (The Piano, 1993) Jennifer Hudson (Dreamgirls, 2006) Lupita Nyong'o (12 Years a Slave, 2013) [2][3][4] Academy Juvenile Award Claude Jarman Jr. (The Yearling, 1946) Vincent Winter (The Little Kidnappers, 1954) [2][3][5] The following individuals won Academy Awards for their film debut direction. Best Director Delbert Mann (Marty, 1955) Jerome Robbins (West Side Story, 1961) Robert Redford (Ordinary People, 1980) James L. Brooks (Terms of Endearment, 1983) Kevin Costner (Dances with Wolves, 1990) Sam Mendes (American Beauty, 1999) [2][3][6]


Big Five winners[edit] Three films have received the Big Five Academy Awards: Best Picture, Director, Actor, Actress, and Screenplay (Original or Adapted).[7][8][9] It Happened One Night (1934) One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest (1975) The Silence of the Lambs (1991)


Most consecutive awards[edit] Any awards Walt Disney was awarded a record of 10 awards in the eight consecutive years from 1931/32 through 1939. Eight (listed below) are for Short Subject (Cartoon), and two were Special Awards: one for the creation of Mickey Mouse, and one recognizing the innovation of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. Best Actress Two actresses have won two consecutive awards: Luise Rainer (The Great Ziegfeld, 1936 and The Good Earth, 1937) Katharine Hepburn (Guess Who's Coming to Dinner, 1967 and The Lion in Winter, 1968) Best Actor Two actors have won two consecutive awards: Spencer Tracy – Captains Courageous (1937) and Boys Town (1938) Tom Hanks – Philadelphia (1993) and Forrest Gump (1994) [7][10] Best Director Three directors have won two consecutive awards: John Ford – The Grapes of Wrath (1940) and How Green Was My Valley (1941) Joseph L. Mankiewicz – A Letter to Three Wives (1949) and All About Eve (1950) [7][11] Alejandro G. Iñárritu – Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance) (2014) and The Revenant (2015) Best Supporting Actor Jason Robards won two consecutive awards for All the President's Men in 1976 and Julia in 1977[12][13] Best Supporting Actress No consecutive winner for Best Supporting Actress Best Picture David O. Selznick produced two consecutive Best Picture winners Gone with the Wind in 1939 and Rebecca in 1940. (He himself was not awarded the Oscars as at the time the statuette went to the studio instead of the producer.) Best Original Screenplay No consecutive winner for Best Original Screenplay Best Adapted Screenplay Joseph L. Mankiewicz won two consecutive adapted screenplay awards for A Letter to Three Wives in 1949 and All About Eve in 1950 Robert Bolt won for Doctor Zhivago in 1965 and A Man for All Seasons in 1966 Best Cinematography Emmanuel Lubezki has won three consecutive awards for Gravity in 2013, Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance) in 2014 and The Revenant in 2015 Best Art Direction Thomas Little won three consecutive awards for Best Art Direction, Black and White, for the films How Green Was My Valley in 1941, This Above All in 1942, and The Song of Bernadette in 1943. Little also won an Oscar the next year in 1944 for Best Art Direction, Color for the film Wilson. Best Film Editing Angus Wall and Kirk Baxter won for The Social Network in 2010 and The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo in 2011 Best Original Score Roger Edens won three consecutive awards for composing the scores for Easter Parade (1948), On the Town (1949), and Annie Get Your Gun (1950) Best Original Song Three composers have won two consecutive awards for best original song, but under different award names: Henry Mancini (music) and Johnny Mercer (lyrics) shared the awards for Best Music (Song) for "Moon River" from Breakfast at Tiffany's in 1961 and "Days of Wine and Roses" from Days of Wine and Roses in 1962 Alan Menken (music) won twice consecutively for Best Music (Original Song) for "Beauty and the Beast" from Beauty and the Beast (lyrics by Howard Ashman) in 1991 and "A Whole New World" from Aladdin (lyrics by Tim Rice) in 1992 Best Visual Effects Jim Rygiel and Randall William Cook won 3 consecutive visual effects Oscars for The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring, The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers, and The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King in 2001, 2002, and 2003 respectively. Best Sound Mixing Thomas Moulton won three consecutive awards for The Snake Pit in 1948, Twelve O'Clock High in 1949, and All About Eve in 1950. Best Costume Design Edith Head won three consecutive awards for The Heiress in 1949, All About Eve in 1950, and A Place in the Sun in 1951. Best Short Subject (Cartoon) Walt Disney won eight consecutive awards for Flowers and Trees in 1931/32, Three Little Pigs in 1932/33, The Tortoise and the Hare in 1934, Three Orphan Kittens in 1935, The Country Cousin in 1936, The Old Mill in 1937, Ferdinand the Bull in 1938, and The Ugly Duckling in 1939 Best Short Subject (Two-Reel) Walt Disney won four consecutive awards for In Beaver Valley in 1950, Nature's Half Acre in 1951, Water Birds in 1952, and Bear Country in 1953 Best Documentary (Feature) Walt Disney won two consecutive awards for The Living Desert in 1953 and The Vanishing Prairie in 1954


Academy Award firsts[edit] First woman to win Best Picture Julia Phillips for The Sting (1973) First woman to win Best Director Kathryn Bigelow for The Hurt Locker (2009) First woman to win Best Animated Feature Brenda Chapman for Brave (2012) First woman to receive an Honorary Award 6 year old Shirley Temple received a Special Award in 1934 Greta Garbo received an Honorary Award in 1954 First foreign-language film to be nominated for Best Picture Grand Illusion (1937), in French First science fiction film to be nominated for Best Picture A Clockwork Orange (1971) First horror film to be nominated for Best Picture The Exorcist (1973) First animated film to be nominated for Best Picture Beauty and the Beast (1991) First fantasy film to win Best Picture The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King (2003) First 3-D films to be nominated for Best Picture Avatar and Up (2009) First film with an entirely non-white cast to win Best Picture Slumdog Millionaire (2008) First film with an all-black cast to win Best Picture Moonlight (2016) First animated film to be nominated for Best Foreign Language Film Waltz with Bashir (2008), representing Israel First animated film to be nominated for Best Original Screenplay and for a Best Screenplay award in general Toy Story (1995) First animated film to be nominated for Best Adapted Screenplay Shrek (2001) First actress to be nominated for a performance in a 3-D film Sandra Bullock for Gravity (2013) First actor to be nominated for a performance in a 3-D film Matt Damon for The Martian (2015) First film to receive the most nominations of its year without receiving a Best Picture nomination Dreamgirls (2006), with eight nominations First X-rated film to win Best Picture Midnight Cowboy (1969). It was also the first X-rated film to be nominated for Best Picture and the only one to date to have won it. First actor to receive ten nominations for acting Laurence Olivier received his tenth nomination (for Best Actor and Best Supporting Actor) for the film The Boys from Brazil (1978) First actress to receive ten nominations for acting Bette Davis received her tenth official nomination (all for Best Actress) for the film What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? (1962) First actress to receive twenty nominations for acting Meryl Streep received her twentieth nomination (for Best Actress and Best Supporting Actress) for the film Florence Foster Jenkins (2016) First posthumous nomination for acting Jeanne Eagels, nominated for Best Actress for The Letter (1929) First posthumous nomination for a male actor James Dean, nominated for Best Actor for East of Eden (1955) First posthumous win for acting Peter Finch won Best Actor for Network (1976) First actress to be nominated for performing in a language other than English Melina Mercouri was nominated for Best Actress for Never on Sunday (1960), performing in Greek First actor to be nominated for performing in a language other than English Marcello Mastroianni was nominated for Best Actor for Divorce, Italian Style (1962), performing in Italian First actress to win for performing in a language other than English Sophia Loren won Best Actress for Two Women (1961), performing in Italian First actor to win for performing in a language other than English Robert De Niro won Best Supporting Actor for The Godfather Part II (1974), performing in Italian First actress to win for performing in a sign language Marlee Matlin won Best Actress for Children of a Lesser God (1986), performing in American Sign Language First French actress to be nominated for performing in the French language Anouk Aimée was nominated for Best Actress for A Man and a Woman (1966) First French actress to win for performing in the French language Marion Cotillard won Best Actress for La Vie en rose (2007). She's the only one to date to have won it. First Nordic actress to be nominated for acting Greta Garbo (from Sweden) was nominated for Best Actress for Anna Christie (1930) First Nordic actor to be nominated for acting Max von Sydow (from Sweden) was nominated for Best Actor for Pelle the Conqueror (1988) First Nordic actress to win for acting Ingrid Bergman (from Sweden) won Best Actress for Gaslight (1944) First actor from Africa to be nominated for acting Basil Rathbone (from South Africa), nominated for Best Supporting Actor for Romeo and Juliet (1936) First actress from Africa to win for acting Charlize Theron (from South Africa), won Best Actress for Monster (2003) First actress from Asia to win for acting Miyoshi Umeki (from Japan), won Best Supporting Actress for Sayonara (1957) First Asian (and non-Caucasian) to win Best Director Ang Lee (from Taiwan) for Brokeback Mountain (2005) First Australian actress to win Best Actress Nicole Kidman for The Hours (2002) – Born in the U.S. First Australian actor to win Best Actor Peter Finch for Network (1976) First French actress to win Best Actress Claudette Colbert for It Happened One Night (1934) First French actor to win Best Actor Jean Dujardin for The Artist (2011) First Italian actress to win Best Actress Anna Magnani for The Rose Tattoo (1955) First Italian actor to win Best Actor Roberto Benigni for Life Is Beautiful (1998) First German actress to win Best Actress Luise Rainer for The Great Ziegfeld (1937) First German actor to win Best Actor Emil Jannings (born in Switzerland) for The Way of All Flesh (1927) and The Last Command (1928) First Austrian actor to win twice for acting Christoph Waltz won Best Supporting Actor for Inglorious Basterds (2009) and Django Unchained (2012) First persons from India to win in any music category A. R. Rahman won Best Original Score and Best Original Song ("Jai Ho") for Slumdog Millionaire (2008) Gulzar also won Best Original Song ("Jai Ho") for Slumdog Millionaire (2008) First Middle Eastern/North African actor to be nominated for acting Omar Sharif, nominated for Best Supporting Actor for Lawrence of Arabia (1962) First Middle Eastern movie to win Best Foreign Language Film A Separation (2011), representing Iran First foreign actress to be nominated twice for Best Actress for foreign-language films without the films receiving a Best Foreign Language Film nomination Marion Cotillard (from France) won Best Actress for La Vie en Rose (2007) and was nominated for Two Days, One Night (2014) First black filmmaker to win Best Picture Steve McQueen won for producing 12 Years a Slave (2013) First black filmmaker to be nominated for Best Director John Singleton for Boyz n the Hood (1991) First black actress to win for acting Hattie McDaniel won Best Supporting Actress for Gone with the Wind (1939) First black actor to win for acting Sidney Poitier won Best Actor for Lilies of the Field (1963) First black actress to win Best Actress Halle Berry for Monster's Ball (2001) First black actress to win for film acting debut Jennifer Hudson won Best Supporting Actress for Dreamgirls (2006) First year in which two black actors/actresses won for acting 74th Academy Awards (in 2002, for 2001): Denzel Washington won Best Actor for Training Day; Halle Berry won Best Actress for Monster's Ball First black African actor to be nominated for acting Djimon Hounsou (born in Benin, U.S.-Benin dual citizen), nominated for Best Supporting Actor for In America (2003) First black writer to win for screenwriting Geoffrey S. Fletcher won Best Adapted Screenplay for Precious: Based on the Novel "Push" by Sapphire (2009) First African American to receive an Honorary Award James Baskett received a Special Award for his portrayal of Uncle Remus in Song of the South (1946) First Latin American director to win Best Director Alfonso Cuarón from Mexico won for Gravity in 2014 First Latin American actress to be nominated for Best Actress Fernanda Montenegro from Brazil was nominated for Best Actress for Central Station (1998) First Latin American actor to win Best Actor José Ferrer from Puerto Rico won for Cyrano de Bergerac in 1950 First Muslim actor to win in an acting category Mahershala Ali for Moonlight in 2016 First child actor to receive an Academy Award nomination [14] Jackie Cooper, age 9, was nominated for Best Actor for Skippy (1931) First short film to win an Academy Award outside of the Short Film categories The Red Balloon (1956) for Best Original Screenplay


Age-related records[edit] Youngest winner of an acting award Tatum O'Neal, age 10 (Best Supporting Actress, Paper Moon, 1973) Youngest nominee for an acting award Justin Henry, age 8 (Best Supporting Actor, Kramer vs. Kramer, 1979) Youngest female winner of a lead acting award Marlee Matlin, age 21 (Best Actress, Children of a Lesser God, 1986) Youngest male winner of a lead acting award Adrien Brody, age 29 (Best Actor, The Pianist, 2002) Youngest male nominee for a lead acting award Jackie Cooper, age 9 (Best Actor, Skippy, 1931) Youngest female nominee for a lead acting award Quvenzhané Wallis, age 9 (Best Actress, Beasts of the Southern Wild, 2012) [15][16] (also first person born in the 21st century to be nominated for an Academy Award) Youngest winner of an Oscar Shirley Temple, age 6, who was awarded the inaugural (now retired) non-competitive Academy Juvenile Award in 1934 Youngest winner of Best Director Damien Chazelle, age 32 (La La Land, 2016) Youngest nominee for Best Director John Singleton, age 24 (Boyz n the Hood, 1991) Oldest winner of Best Director Clint Eastwood, age 74 (Million Dollar Baby, 2004) Oldest nominee for Best Director John Huston, age 79 (Prizzi's Honor, 1985) Oldest winner of an acting award Christopher Plummer, age 82 (Best Supporting Actor, Beginners, 2011) Oldest woman to win best Actress Award Jessica Tandy, age 80 (Best Actress, Driving Miss Daisy, 1989) Oldest man to win Best Actor Award Henry Fonda, age 76 (Best Actor, On Golden Pond, 1981) Oldest nominee for an acting award Christopher Plummer, age 88 (Best Supporting Actor, All the Money in the World, 2017) Oldest nominee for a lead acting award Emmanuelle Riva, age 85 (Best Actress, Amour, 2012) [15][16] Oldest competitive Oscar winner Ennio Morricone, age 87 (Best Original Score, The Hateful Eight, 2015)[17][18] Oldest competitive Oscar nominee Agnès Varda, age 89 (Best Documentary, Faces Places, 2017) James Ivory, age 89 (Best Adapted Screenplay, Call Me by Your Name, 2017) is eight days younger than Varda Year where all four Acting winners had the oldest age average 1981 with a combined average age of 70·5 years old[19]. Henry Fonda (aged 77) John Gielgud (also 77) Katharine Hepburn (72) Maureen Stapleton (56) Year where all four Acting winners had the youngest age average 1980 with a combined average age of 29 years old. Sissy Spacek (aged 31) Robert De Niro (37) Timothy Hutton (20) Mary Steenburgen (28) Youngest multiple nominees for an acting award (best actor or best supporting actor) Nomination Name Age Film Year Date of Birth Date of Nomination 2nd Mineo, SalSal Mineo 7003805300000000000♠22 years, 17 days Exodus 1960 000000001939-01-10-0000January 10, 1939 000000001961-01-27-0000January 27, 1961 3rd Brando, MarlonMarlon Brando 7004109100000000000♠29 years, 318 days Julius Caesar 1953 000000001924-04-03-0000April 3, 1924 000000001954-02-15-0000February 15, 1954 4th Marlon Brando 7004112720000000000♠30 years, 315 days On the Waterfront 1954 000000001924-04-03-0000April 3, 1924 000000001955-02-12-0000February 12, 1955 5th Marlon Brando 7004123740000000000♠33 years, 321 days Sayonara 1957 000000001924-04-03-0000April 3, 1924 000000001958-02-18-0000February 18, 1958 6th Burton, RichardRichard Burton 7004161690000000000♠44 years, 98 days Anne of the Thousand Days 1969 000000001925-11-10-0000November 10, 1925 000000001970-02-16-0000February 16, 1970 7th Nicholson, JackJack Nicholson 7004171010000000000♠46 years, 300 days Terms of Endearment 1983 000000001937-04-22-0000April 22, 1937 000000001984-02-16-0000February 16, 1984 8th Jack Nicholson 7004178210000000000♠48 years, 289 days Prizzi's Honor 1985 000000001937-04-22-0000April 22, 1937 000000001986-02-05-0000February 5, 1986 9th Jack Nicholson 7004185630000000000♠50 years, 301 days Ironweed 1987 000000001937-04-22-0000April 22, 1937 000000001988-02-17-0000February 17, 1988 10th Jack Nicholson 7004203910000000000♠55 years, 302 days A Few Good Men 1992 000000001937-04-22-0000April 22, 1937 000000001993-02-18-0000February 18, 1993 Youngest multiple nominees for an acting award (best actress or best supporting actress) Nomination Name Age Film Year Date of Birth Date of Nomination 2nd Lansbury, AngelaAngela Lansbury 7003740800000000000♠20 years, 103 days The Picture of Dorian Gray 1945 000000001925-10-16-0000October 16, 1925 000000001946-01-27-0000January 27, 1946 3rd Lawrence, JenniferJennifer Lawrence 7003855500000000000♠23 years, 154 days American Hustle 2013 000000001990-08-15-0000August 15, 1990 000000002014-01-16-0000January 16, 2014 4th Lawrence, JenniferJennifer Lawrence 7003928300000000000♠25 years, 152 days Joy 2015 000000001990-08-15-0000August 15, 1990 000000002016-01-14-0000January 14, 2016 5th Winslet, KateKate Winslet 7004114330000000000♠31 years, 110 days Little Children 2006 000000001975-10-05-0000October 5, 1975 000000002007-01-23-0000January 23, 2007 6th Winslet, KateKate Winslet 7004121630000000000♠33 years, 109 days The Reader 2008 000000001975-10-05-0000October 5, 1975 000000002009-01-22-0000January 22, 2009 7th Davis, BetteBette Davis 7004134530000000000♠36 years, 304 days Mr. Skeffington 1944 000000001908-04-05-0000April 5, 1908 000000001945-02-03-0000February 3, 1945 8th Streep, MerylMeryl Streep 7004144830000000000♠39 years, 238 days A Cry in the Dark 1988 000000001949-06-22-0000June 22, 1949 000000001989-02-15-0000February 15, 1989 9th Meryl Streep 7004152110000000000♠41 years, 236 days Postcards from the Edge 1990 000000001949-06-22-0000June 22, 1949 000000001991-02-13-0000February 13, 1991 10th Meryl Streep 7004170370000000000♠46 years, 236 days The Bridges of Madison County 1995 000000001949-06-22-0000June 22, 1949 000000001996-02-13-0000February 13, 1996


Film records[edit] Most nominations for a single film Three films received 14 nominations: All About Eve (1950) Titanic (1997) La La Land (2016) Most Oscars without winning Best Picture Cabaret won 8 awards (1972) Most nominations without winning Best Picture La La Land (2016) with 14 nominations Most nominations without any wins Two films received 11 nominations without winning any awards: The Turning Point (1977) The Color Purple (1985) Most nominations without a Best Picture nomination They Shoot Horses, Don't They? (1969) with 9 nominations Most Oscars without a nomination for Best Picture The Bad and the Beautiful (1952) with 5 wins Fewest nominations for a Best Picture winner Grand Hotel (1932) received only the Best Picture nomination. Nominations in the most different technical categories Five films have been nominated in all 7 technical categories (Cinematography, Costume Design, Film Editing, Production Design/Art Direction, Sound Editing, Sound Mixing, and Visual Effects): Titanic (1997) Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World (2003) Hugo (2011) Mad Max: Fury Road (2015) The Revenant (2015) Most nominations without a major nomination (Picture, Director, Acting and Screenplay) These 6 films got 6 nominations with no major nominations: The Rains Came (1939) Hans Christian Andersen (1952) It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World (1963) Empire of the Sun (1987) Who Framed Roger Rabbit (1988) (note: received 7 nominations when you include a "special achievement") Terminator 2: Judgment Day (1991) Best picture nominees that won every nomination except Best Picture These 14 films were nominated for Best Picture and won in every category they were nominated for except Best Picture: Bad Girl (1931), 2/3 The Private Life of Henry VIII (1932), 1/2 Naughty Marietta (1935), 1/2 The Story of Louis Pasteur (1936), 3/4 The Adventures of Robin Hood (1938), 3/4 Miracle on 34th Street (1947), 3/4 The Treasure of the Sierra Madre (1948), 3/4 A Letter to Three Wives (1949), 2/3 King Solomon's Mines (1950), 2/3 Three Coins in the Fountain (1954), 2/3 Jaws (1975), 3/4 Traffic (2000), 4/5 The Blind Side (2009), 1/2 Selma (2014), 1/2 Films nominated for Best Picture with no other major nominations These 28 films were nominated for Best Picture but had no other major nominations (this does not include films that were only nominated for Best Picture and nothing else): Wings (1927), 2 nominations (winner) 42nd Street (1933), 2 nominations A Farewell to Arms (1933), 4 nominations Cleopatra (1934), 5 nominations Flirtation Walk (1934), 2 nominations The Gay Divorcee (1934), 5 nominations Imitation of Life (1934), 3 nominations The White Parade (1934), 2 nominations David Copperfield (1935), 3 nominations Les Misérables (1935), 4 nominations A Midsummer Night's Dream (1935), 4 nominations (note: really had 2, but 2 more were write in noms) Naughty Marietta (1935), 2 nominations Top Hat (1935), 4 nominations A Tale of Two Cities (1936), 2 nominations The Adventures of Robin Hood (1938), 4 nominations Of Mice and Men (1939), 4 nominations The Wizard of Oz (1939), 6 nominations King Solomon's Mines (1950), 3 nominations Decision Before Dawn (1951), 2 nominations Three Coins in the Fountain (1954), 3 nominations The Music Man (1962), 6 nominations Doctor Dolittle (1967), 9 nominations Hello, Dolly! (1969), 7 nominations Jaws (1975), 4 nominations Beauty and the Beast (1991), 6 nominations The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers (2002), 6 nominations War Horse (2011), 6 nominations Selma (2014), 2 nominations Stories made into multiple Best Picture nominees 6 sets of Best Picture nominees share either original source material or were revised versions of the same story (* =winner): Cleopatra (1934), Cleopatra (1963) Mutiny on the Bounty (1935)*, Mutiny on the Bounty (1962) Romeo and Juliet (1936), West Side Story (1960)*, Romeo and Juliet (1968). (The plot of another Best Picture winner, Shakespeare in Love, revolves around the original production of Romeo and Juliet) Les Misérables (1935), Les Misérables (2012) Pygmalion (1938), My Fair Lady (1964)* Here Comes Mr. Jordan (1941), Heaven Can Wait (1978) First Best Picture produced wholly by non-Americans Hamlet (1948), United Kingdom First Best Picture produced wholly by non-Americans or non-British The Artist (2011), France Most wins by a film produced wholly or partially by non-Americans Two films have received 9 awards: The Last Emperor (1987), United Kingdom/Italy/China/France/United States The English Patient (1996), United Kingdom Most nominations for a film produced wholly or partially by non-Americans Two non-American films have received 13 nominations: Shakespeare in Love (1998), United Kingdom The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring (2001), New Zealand/United States Best Picture with no female speaking roles Lawrence of Arabia (1962)


Acting records[edit] Most awards for leading actress Katharine Hepburn with 4 awards (1933, 1967, *1968, 1981) (*Tied with Barbra Streisand.) Most awards for leading actor Daniel Day-Lewis with 3 awards (1989, 2007, 2012) Most awards for supporting actor Walter Brennan with 3 awards (1936, 1938, 1940) Most consecutive leading actress nominations Two actresses have been nominated 5 years in a row: Bette Davis (1938–1942) Greer Garson (1941–1945) Most consecutive leading actor nominations Marlon Brando with four nominations (1951 to 1954) Actress with most total nominations for acting Meryl Streep with 21 nominations Actor with most total nominations for acting Jack Nicholson with 12 nominations Most acting nominations without an award Peter O'Toole with 8 nominations (He received an Honorary Award in 2002) Most nominations for an actor performing in a foreign language Marcello Mastroianni with 3 nominations. He was nominated for Best Actor for Divorce, Italian Style (1962); A Special Day (1977) and Dark Eyes (1987), performing in Italian Longest gap between first and second award Helen Hayes won in 1932 for The Sin of Madelon Claudet and in 1971 for Airport, a 39-year gap Longest time span between first and last nomination and between first and last award Katharine Hepburn: 48 years from Morning Glory (1933, in the 1932/33 awards) until On Golden Pond (1981) Most acting nominations before first award Both Geraldine Page and Al Pacino won on their 8th nomination Most posthumous nominations James Dean with 2 (1955 for East of Eden and 1956 for Giant) Shortest performance to win an acting Oscar Beatrice Straight in Network (1976) – 5 minutes and 2 seconds Shortest performance to win a lead acting Oscar Patricia Neal in Hud (1963) – 21 minutes and 51 seconds [20] Shortest performance to be nominated for an acting Oscar Hermione Baddeley in Room at the Top (1959) – 2 minutes and 19 seconds Shortest performance to be nominated for a lead acting Oscar Spencer Tracy in San Francisco (1936) – 14 minutes and 58 seconds Longest performance to win an acting Oscar Vivien Leigh in Gone with the Wind (1939) – 2 hours, 23 minutes and 32 seconds Longest performance to win a supporting acting Oscar Tatum O'Neal in Paper Moon (1973) – 1 hour, 6 minutes and 58 seconds Longest performance to be nominated for an acting Oscar Vivien Leigh in Gone with the Wind (1939) – 2 hours, 23 minutes and 32 seconds Longest performance to be nominated for a supporting acting Oscar Frank Finlay in Othello (1965) – 1 hour, 30 minutes and 43 seconds Most awards by an African American actor Denzel Washington with 2, winning Best Supporting Actor for Glory (1989) and Best Actor for Training Day (2001) Most awards for one acting performance Harold Russell played Homer Parish in The Best Years of Our Lives in 1946. For this role he received 2 Oscars, one for Best Supporting and an honorary award for being an inspiration to all returning veterans. Most nominations for one acting performance Barry Fitzgerald was nominated as Best Actor and won for Best Supporting Actor for his role as Father Fitzgibbon in 1944's Going My Way Years where all four Acting winners were born outside the United States 1964 Best Actor - Rex Harrison for My Fair Lady, United Kingdom Best Actress - Julie Andrews for Mary Poppins, United Kingdom Best Supporting Actor - Peter Ustinov for Topkapi, United Kingdom Best Supporting Actress - Lila Kedrova for Zorba the Greek, Russia 2007 Best Actor - Daniel Day-Lewis for There Will Be Blood, Ireland Best Actress - Marion Cotillard for La Vie en Rose, France Best Supporting Actor - Javier Bardem for No Country for Old Men, Spain Best Supporting Actress - Tilda Swinton for Michael Clayton, United Kingdom


Miscellaneous records[edit] Most nominations in different decades Six decades – John Williams, Elmer Bernstein[citation needed] Only people to win both a Nobel Prize and an Oscar George Bernard Shaw: Won the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1925, and an Oscar for Best Adapted Screenplay in 1938 for the film Pygmalion Bob Dylan: Won an Oscar for Best Original Song for the song "Things Have Changed" from Wonder Boys in 2000, and the Nobel Prize in Literature in 2016. Only woman to win Best Actress and Best Original Song Barbra Streisand: Best Actress (joint) for Funny Girl (1968); Best Original Song for the Love Theme ("Evergreen") from A Star Is Born (1976) Only person to win an Academy Award for acting and writing Emma Thompson Only person nominated for Acting, Writing, Producing, and Directing the same film Warren Beatty was nominated in the four categories for Heaven Can Wait (1978), and again for Reds (1981). Only actor to win an Academy Award for portraying a real Academy Award winner Cate Blanchett won Best Supporting Actress for portraying Katharine Hepburn in The Aviator Only actor to win an Academy Award for portraying a fictional Academy Award nominee Maggie Smith won Best Supporting Actress in California Suite Most total nominations without a win Greg P. Russell has earned 16 nominations in the Best Sound Mixing category. (This does not include his nomination at the 89th Academy Awards for 13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi, which was revoked the day before the ceremony.)[21] Most total nominations before receiving an award Film composer Victor Young was nominated 21 times without winning. He was often nominated multiple times in one year; twice, four times at the same Oscars. He won posthumously for Around the World in 80 Days, alongside yet another nomination (also posthumous). Sound re-recording mixer Kevin O'Connell comes in at a close second, with 20 unsuccessful nominations from 1983 until 2016, when he finally won for Hacksaw Ridge. Most nominations for a person Walt Disney with 59; followed by composer John Williams with 51; composer Alfred Newman with 43; production designer Cedric Gibbons with 39; costume designer Edith Head with 35; songwriter Sammy Cahn with 26; composer Max Steiner with 25; Woody Allen with 23; composer Victor Young with 22; Billy Wilder and sound mixer Kevin O'Connell tied with 21 Most nominations for a living person Film composer John Williams with 51 Most nominated woman Edith Head with 35 Highest "perfect score" Sound editor Mark Berger has four nominations and four wins Most nominations for directing William Wyler with 12 nominations Most wins for producing Two producers received 3 awards: Sam Spiegel Saul Zaentz Most nominations for producing Steven Spielberg with 10 nominations Most nominations for directing in a single year Two people have received 2 nominations for Best Director in the same year: Michael Curtiz for Angels with Dirty Faces and Four Daughters in 1938 Steven Soderbergh for Erin Brockovich and Traffic in 2000 Most Best Picture awards for a film series The Godfather series with 2 (for The Godfather and The Godfather Part II) Most nominations and awards for a film series The Middle-earth series with 17 competitive wins out of 37 nominations (for The Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit). Most nominations for Best Original Screenplay Woody Allen with 16 nominations and 3 wins Longest time between the release of a film and winning an Oscar Limelight (1952) is the only film to have won an award twenty years after its official release. Since it was not released in Los Angeles County until 1972, it was not eligible for any Academy Awards until that time. Most posthumous award wins William A. Horning won in 1958 for Best Art Direction for Gigi, and for Best Art Direction for Ben-Hur in 1959 Most posthumous award nominations Howard Ashman with four Lowest-grossing film to win Best Picture Cimarron with $1,380,000 Longest film to win Best Picture Gone with the Wind, 224 minutes (238 with overture, entr'acte, and exit music) Longest film to win an award O.J.: Made in America (2016), 467 minutes (Academy Award for Best Documentary) The longest fictional film to win an award was War and Peace (1968), 431 minutes (Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film) Shortest film to win Best Picture Marty, 90 minutes Most acting awards for a character Portrayals of Vito Corleone won: Best Actor for Marlon Brando in The Godfather Best Supporting Actor for Robert De Niro in The Godfather Part II Most nominations for a character 3 portrayals of Queen Elizabeth I of England earned nominations for: Cate Blanchett in Elizabeth and Elizabeth: The Golden Age (Best Actress) Judi Dench in Shakespeare in Love (winner, Best Supporting Actress) 3 Portrayals of King Henry VIII of England earned nominations for: Charles Laughton in The Private Life of Henry VIII (winner, Best Actor) Robert Shaw in A Man for All Seasons (Best Supporting Actor) Richard Burton in Anne of the Thousand Days (Best Actor) 21 other characters have been nominated twice – (*) = winning portrayal: Abraham Lincoln – Raymond Massey, Daniel Day-Lewis (*) Arthur Chipping – Robert Donat (*), Peter O'Toole Cyrano de Bergerac – Jose Ferrer (*), Gerard Depardieu Esther Blodgett – Janet Gaynor, Judy Garland "Fast Eddie" Felson – Paul Newman (*) Father Chuck O'Malley – Bing Crosby (*) Father Fitzgibbons – Barry Fitzgerald (*) – nominated for Best Actor and Best Supporting Actor for the same performance in Going My Way Henry Higgins – Leslie Howard, Rex Harrison (*) Howard Hughes – Jason Robards, Leonardo DiCaprio Iris Murdoch – Judi Dench, Kate Winslet – portrayals of the same character at different ages in the same film (Iris) Joe Pendleton – Robert Montgomery, Warren Beatty King Henry II of England – Peter O'Toole King Henry V of England – Laurence Olivier, Kenneth Branagh Leslie Crosbie – Jeanne Eagels, Bette Davis Max Corkle – James Gleason, Jack Warden Michael Corleone – Al Pacino Norman Maine – Fredric March, James Mason Richard Nixon – Anthony Hopkins, Frank Langella Rocky Balboa – Sylvester Stallone Rooster Cogburn – John Wayne (*), Jeff Bridges Rose DeWitt Bukater – Kate Winslet and Gloria Stuart – portray of the same character at different ages in the same film (Titanic) Vito Corleone – Marlon Brando (*), Robert DeNiro (*) Most Honorary Awards Bob Hope received 5 honorary awards – 2 Special, 2 Honorary, and the Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award.[22]


Oscar speeches[edit] Main article: Oscar speech Longest speech The longest Oscar speech was that given by Greer Garson at the 15th Academy Awards after she was named Best Actress for 1942 for Mrs. Miniver. Her speech ran for nearly six minutes.[23] It was shortly after this incident that the Academy set forty-five seconds as the allotted time for an acceptance speech and began to cut the winners off after this time limit. When presenting the Best Actor award at the 24th Academy Awards, Garson quipped, "I think I have ten minutes left over from a highly emotional speech I made a few years ago. I'd be glad to give it to them." Shortest speech The shortest Oscar speech was that given by Patty Duke at the 35th Academy Awards after she was named Best Supporting Actress for 1962 for The Miracle Worker. Duke, age 16, was the youngest person at that time to receive an Academy Award in a competitive category. Her acceptance speech was, simply, two words – "Thank you" – after which she walked off the stage.[24]


Tied winners[edit] There have been six two-way ties: 1931/32: Best Actor – Wallace Beery (The Champ) and Fredric March (Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde) 1949: Best Documentary Short – A Chance to Live and So Much for So Little 1968: Best Actress – Katharine Hepburn (The Lion in Winter) and Barbra Streisand (Funny Girl) 1986: Best Documentary – Artie Shaw: Time Is All You've Got and Down and Out in America 1994: Best Short Film (Live Action) – Franz Kafka's It's a Wonderful Life and Trevor 2012: Best Sound Editing – Paul N. J. Ottosson (Zero Dark Thirty) and Per Hallberg and Karen Baker Landers (Skyfall)


See also[edit] Academy Awards List of Academy Award-winning films List of Academy Award-winning families List of Academy Awards for Walt Disney List of actors with two or more Academy Awards in acting categories List of actors who have appeared in multiple Best Picture Academy Award winners List of actors nominated for Academy Awards for foreign language performances List of black Academy Award winners and nominees List of Big Five Academy Award winners and nominees List of fictitious Academy Award winners and nominees List of films with all four Academy Award acting nominations List of oldest and youngest Academy Award winners and nominees List of people who have won Academy, Emmy, Grammy, and Tony Awards List of people who have won multiple Academy Awards in a single year List of posthumous Academy Award winners and nominees List of superlative Academy Award winners and nominees Little Golden Guy


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