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Academy Awards Ceremonies

Guest Author - Tammy Cordani

Each year the Academy Awards honor Hollywood’s best movies and talent. We take a look at the date on which each ceremony occurred as well as the film, actor and actress who snagged Oscar gold.

May 16, 1929 - Winners at the 1st Academy Awards included “Wings”, Emil Jannings and Janet Gaynor.

April 30, 1930 -Winners at the 2nd Academy Awards included “The Broadway Melody”, Warner Baxter and Mary Pickford.

November 5, 1930 - Winners at the 3rd Academy Awards included “All's Quiet on the Western Front”, George Arliss and Norma Shearer.

November 10, 1931 - Winners at the 4th Academy Awards included “Cimarron”, Lionel Barrymore and Marie Dressler.

November 18, 1932 - Winners at the 5th Academy Awards included “Grand Hotel”, Fredric March and Helen Hayes.

March 16, 1934 - Winners at the 6th Academy Awards included “Cavalcade”, Charles Laughton and Katharine Hepburn.

February 27, 1935 - Winners at the 7th Academy Awards included “It Happened One Night”, Clark Gable and Claudette Colbert.

March 5, 1936 - Winners at the 8th Academy Awards included “Mutiny on the Bounty”, Victor McLaglen and Bette Davis.

March 4, 1937 - Winners at the 9th Academy Awards included “The Great Ziegfeld”, Paul Muni and Luise Rainer.

March 10, 1938 - Winners at the 10th Academy Awards included “The Life of Emile Zola”, Spencer Tracy and Luise Rainer.

February 23, 1939 - Winners at the 11th Academy Awards included “You Can’t Take it With You”, Spencer Tracey and Bette Davis.

February 29, 1940 - Winners at the 12th Academy Awards included “Gone With the Wind”, Robert Donat and Vivien Leigh.

February 27, 1941 - Winners at the 13th Academy Awards included “Rebecca”, James Stewart and Ginger Rogers.

February 26, 1942 - Winners at the 14th Academy Awards included “How Green Was My Valley”, Gary Cooper and Joan Fontaine.

March 4, 1943 - Winners at the 15th Academy Awards included “Mrs. Miniver”, James Cagney and Greer Garson.

March 2, 1944 - Winners at the 16th Academy Awards included “Casablanca”, Paul Lukas and Jennifer Jones.

March 15, 1945 - Winners at the 17th Academy Awards included “Going My Way”, Bing Crosby and Ingrid Bergman.

March 7, 1946 - Winners at the 18th Academy Awards included “The Lost Weekend”, Ray Milland and Joan Crawford.

March 13, 1947 - Winners at the 19th Academy Awards included “The Best Years of Our Lives”, Fredric March and Olivia de Havilland.

March 20, 1948 - Winners at the 20th Academy Awards included “Gentlemen’s Agreement”, Ronald Coleman and Loretta Young.

March 24, 1949 - Winners at the 21st Academy Awards included “Hamlet”, Laurence Olivier and Jane Wyman.

March 23, 1950 - Winners at the 22nd Academy Awards included “All the King’s Men”, Broderick Crawford and Olivia de Havilland.

March 29, 1951 - Winners at the 23rd Academy Awards included “All About Eve”, Jose Ferrer and Judy Holliday

March 20, 1952 - Winners at the 24th Academy Awards included “An American in Paris”, Humphrey Bogart and Vivien Leigh.

March 19, 1953 - Winners at the 25th Academy Awards included “The Greatest Show on Earth”, Gary Cooper and Shirley Booth.

March 25, 1954 - Winners at the 26th Academy Awards included “From Here to Eternity”, William Holden and Audrey Hepburn.

March 30, 1955 - Winners at the 27th Academy Awards included “On the Waterfront”, Marlon Brando and Grace Kelly.

March 21, 1956 - Winners at the 28th Academy Awards included “Marty”, Ernest Borgnine and Anna Magnani.

March 27, 1957 - Winners at the 29th Academy Awards included “Around the World in 80 Days”, Yul Brynner and Ingrid Bergman.

March 26, 1958 - Winners at the 30th Academy Awards included “The Bridge on the River Kwai”, Alec Guiness and Joanne Woodward.

April 6, 1959 - Winners at the 31st Academy Awards included “Gigi”, David Niven and Susan Hayward.

April 4, 1960 - Winners at the 32nd Academy Awards included “Ben-Hur”, Charlton Heston and Simone Signoret.

April 17, 1961 - Winners at the 33rd Academy Awards included “The Apartment”, Burt Lancaster and Elizabeth Taylor.

April 9, 1962 - Winners at the 34th Academy Awards included “West Side Story”, Maximilian Schell and Sophia Loren.

April 8, 1963 - Winners at the 35th Academy Awards included “Lawrence of Arabia”, Gregory Peck and Anne Bancroft.

April 13, 1964 - Winners at the 36th Academy Awards included “Tom Jones”, Sidney Poitier and Patricia Neal.

April 5, 1965 - Winners at the 37th Academy Awards included “My Fair Lady”, Rex Harrison and Julie Andrews.

April 18, 1966 - Winners at the 38th Academy Awards included “The Sound of Music”, Lee Marvin and Julie Christie.

April 10, 1967 - Winners at the 39th Academy Awards included “A Man for All Seasons”, Paul Scofield and Elizabeth Taylor.

April 10, 1968 - Winners at the 40th Academy Awards included “In the Heat of the Night”, Rod Steiger and Katharine Hepburn.

April 14, 1969 - Winners at the 41st Academy Awards included “Oliver!”, Cliff Robertson, Katharine Hepburn and Barbra Streisand.

April 7, 1970 - Winners at the 42nd Academy Awards included “”Midnight Cowboy”, John Wayne and Maggie Smith.

April 15, 1971 - Winners at the 43rd Academy Awards included “Patton”, George C. Scott and Glenda Jackson.

April 10, 1972 - Winners at the 44th Academy Awards included “The French Connection”, Gene Hackman and Jane Fonda.

March 27, 1973 - Winners at the 45th Academy Awards included “The Godfather”, Marlon Brando and Liza Minnelli.

April 2, 1974 - Winners at the 46th Academy Awards included “The Sting”, Jack Lemmon and Glenda Jackson.

April 8, 1975 - Winners at the 47th Academy Awards included “The Godfather II”, Art Carney and Ellen Burstyn.

March 29, 1976 - Winners at the 48th Academy Awards included “One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest”, Jack Nicholson and Louise Fletcher.

March 28, 1977 - Winners at the 49th Academy Awards included “Rocky”, Peter Finch and Faye Dunaway.

April 3, 1978 - Winners at the 50th Academy Awards included “Annie Hall”, Richard Dreyfuss and Diane Keaton.

April 9, 1979 - Winners at the 51st Academy Awards included “The Deer Hunter”, Jon Voight and Jane Fonda.

April 14, 1980 - Winners at the 52nd Academy Awards included “Kramer vs. Kramer”, Dustin Hoffman and Sally Field.

March 31, 1981 - Winners at the 53rd Academy Awards included “Ordinary People”, Robert De Niro and Sissy Spacek.

March 29, 1982 - Winners at the 54th Academy Awards included “Chariots of Fire”, Henry Fonda and Katharine Hepburn.

April 11, 1983 - Winners at the 55th Academy Awards included “Gandhi”, Ben Kingsley and Meryl Streep.

April 9, 1984 - Winners at the 56th Academy Awards included “Terms of Endearment”, Robert DuVall and Shirley MacLaine.

March 25, 1985 - Winners at the 57th Academy Awards included “Amadeus”, F. Murray Abraham and Sally Field.

March 24, 1986 - Winners at the 58th Academy Awards included “Out of Africa”, William Hurt and Geraldine Page.

March 30, 1987 - Winners at the 59th Academy Awards included “Platoon”, Paul Newman and Marlee Matlin.

April 11, 1988 - Winners at the 60th Academy Awards included “The Last Emperor”, Michael Douglas and Cher.

April 29, 1989 - Winners at the 61st Academy Awards included “Rain Man”, Dustin Hoffman and Jodie Foster.

March 26, 1990 - Winners at the 62nd Academy Awards included “Driving Miss Daisy”, Daniel Day-Lewis and Jessica Tandy.

March 25, 1991 - Winners at the 63rd Academy Awards included “Dances With Wolves”, Jeremy Irons and Kathy Bates.

March 30, 1992 - Winners at the 64th Academy Awards included “The Silence of the Lambs”, Anthony Hopkins and Jodie Foster.

March 29, 1993 - Winners at the 65th Academy Awards included “Unforgiven”, Al Pacino and Emma Thompson.

March 21, 1994 - Winners at the 66th Academy Awards included “Schindler’s List”, Tom Hanks and Holly Hunter.

March 27, 1995 - Winners at the 67th Academy Awards included “Forrest Gump”, Tom Hanks and Jessica Lange.

March 25, 1996 - Winners at the 68th Academy Awards included “Braveheart”, Nicolas Cage and Susan Sarandon.

March 24, 1997 - Winners at the 69th Academy Awards included “The English Patient”, Geoffrey Rush and Frances McDormand.

March 23, 1998 - Winners at the 70th Academy Awards included “Titanic”, Jack Nicholson and Helen Hunt.

March 21, 1999 - Winners at the 71st Academy Awards included “Shakespeare in Love”, Roberto Benigni and Gwyneth Paltrow.

March 26, 2000 - Winners at the 72nd Academy Awards included “American Beauty”, Kevin Spacey and Hilary Swank.

March 25, 2001 - Winners at the 73rd Academy Awards included “Gladiator”, Russell Crowe and Julia Roberts.

March 24, 2002 - Winners at the 74th Academy Awards included “A Beautiful Mind”, Denzel Washington and Halle Berry.

March 23, 2003 - Winners at the 75th Academy Awards included “Chicago”, Adrien Brody and Nicole Kidman.

February 29, 2004 - Winners at the 76th Academy Awards included “Lord of the Rings: Return of the King”, Sean Penn and Charlize Theron.

February 27, 2005 - Winners at the 77th Academy Awards included “Million Dollar Baby”, Jamie Foxx and Hilary Swank.

March 5, 2006 - Winners at the 78th Academy Awards included “Crash”, Philip Seymour Hoffman and Reese Witherspoon.

February 25, 2007 - Winners at the 79th Academy Awards included “The Departed”, Forest Whitaker and Helen Mirren.

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