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The Oscars for the year 1935


Winners are shown in red


Best Picture

* Barretts of Wimpole Street, The (1934) - M-G-M
* Cleopatra (1934) - Paramount
* Flirtation Walk (1934) - First National
* Gay Divorcee, The (1934) - RKO Radio
* Here Comes the Navy (1934) - Warner Bros.
* House of Rothschild, The (1934) - 20th Century Pictures
* Imitation of Life (1934) - Universal
* It Happened One Night (1934) - Columbia
* One Night of Love (1934) - Columbia
* Thin Man, The (1934) - M-G-M
* Viva Villa! (1934) - M-G-M
* White Parade, The (1934) - Jesse L. Lasky

Best Actor in a Leading Role

* Affairs of Cellini, The (1934) - Frank Morgan (I)
* It Happened One Night (1934) - Clark Gable
* Thin Man, The (1934) - William Powell

Best Actress in a Leading Role

* Barretts of Wimpole Street, The (1934) - Norma Shearer
* It Happened One Night (1934) - Claudette Colbert
* Of Human Bondage (1934) - Bette Davis
* One Night of Love (1934) - Grace Moore

Best Director

* It Happened One Night (1934) - Frank Capra
* One Night of Love (1934) - Victor Schertzinger
* Thin Man, The (1934) - W.S. Van Dyke

Best Assistant Director

* Cleopatra (1934) - Cullen Tate
* Imitation of Life (1934) - Scott R. Beal
* Viva Villa! (1934) - John Waters (II)

Best Writing, Original Story

* Hide-Out (1934) - Mauri Grashin
* Manhattan Melodrama (1934) - Arthur Caesar
* Richest Girl in the World, The (1934) - Norman Krasna

Best Writing, Adaptation

* It Happened One Night (1934) - Robert Riskin
* Thin Man, The (1934) - Frances Goodrich; Albert Hackett
* Viva Villa! (1934) - Ben Hecht

Best Cinematography

* Affairs of Cellini, The (1934) - Charles Rosher
* Cleopatra (1934) - Victor Milner
* Operator 13 (1934) - George J. Folsey

Best Art Direction

* Affairs of Cellini, The (1934) - Richard Day (I)
* Gay Divorcee, The (1934) - Van Nest Polglase; Carroll Clark
* Merry Widow, The (1934) - Cedric Gibbons; Fredric Hope

Best Sound, Recording

* Affairs of Cellini, The (1934) - Thomas T. Moulton (sound director); United Artists Studio Sound Department
* Cleopatra (1934) - Franklin Hansen (sound director); Paramount Studio Sound Department
* Flirtation Walk (1934) - Nathan Levinson (sound director); Warner Bros.-First National Studio Sound Department
* Gay Divorcee, The (1934) - Carl Dreher (III) (sound director); RKO Radio Studio Sound Department
* Imitation of Life (1934) - Theodore Soderberg (sound director); Universal Studio Sound Department
* One Night of Love (1934) - John P. Livadary (sound director); Columbia Studio Sound Department
* Viva Villa! (1934) - Douglas Shearer (sound director); M-G-M Studio Sound Department
* White Parade, The (1934) - Edmund H. Hansen (sound director); Fox Studio Sound Department

Best Film Editing

* Cleopatra (1934) - Anne Bauchens
* Eskimo (1933) - Conrad A. Nervig
* One Night of Love (1934) - Gene Milford

Best Music, Song

* Flying Down to Rio (1933) - Vincent Youmans (music); Edward Eliscu (lyrics); Gus Kahn (lyrics) - For the song "Carioca".
* Gay Divorcee, The (1934) - Con Conrad (music); Herb Magidson (lyrics) - For the song "The Continental".
* She Loves Me Not (1934) - Ralph Rainger (music); Leo Robin (I) (lyrics) - For the song "Love in Bloom".

Best Music, Score

* Gay Divorcee, The (1934) - Max Steiner (head of department); Kenneth S. Webb; Samuel Hoffenstein; RKO Radio Studio Music Department
* Lost Patrol, The (1934) - Max Steiner (also head of department); RKO Radio Studio Music Department
* One Night of Love (1934) - Louis Silvers (I) (head of department); Victor Schertzinger; Gus Kahn; Columbia Studio Music Department

Best Short Subject, Cartoons

* Holiday Land (1934) - Charles Mintz
* Jolly Little Elves (1934) - Walter Lantz
* Tortoise and the Hare, The (1935) - Walt Disney

Best Short Subject, Comedy

* La Cucaracha (1934) - Kenneth Macgowan
* Men in Black (1934) - Jules White (I)
* What, No Men! (1934) - Warner Bros.

Best Short Subject, Novelty

* Bosom Friends (1934) - Skibo Productions
* City of Wax (1934) - Horace Woodard; Stacy Woodard
* Strikes and Spares (1934) - Pete Smith (I)

Juvenile Award

* Shirley Temple
- In grateful recognition of her outstanding contribution to screen entertainment during the year 1934.



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