(1933) Oscars 5th Academy Awards
Winners Announced: Flowers and Trees being the first color winner and first animated short winner.
The (1933) Oscars were held on November 18, 1932
(The ‘correct’ years began in 1934)
Held at: Fiesta Room, Ambassador Hotel
Host: Conrad Nagel
Eligibility Year: August 1, 1931 – July 31, 1932
- Flowers and Trees was the first color Academy Award winner and first animated short winner.
- Arrowsmith and The Champ each earned 4 nominations.
- Grand Hotel was the only Best Picture winner to be nominated for Best Picture and nothing else.
5th Academy Awards Oscar Nominees and Winners
Grand Hotel – Irving Thalberg for Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (WINNER)
Arrowsmith – Samuel Goldwyn for Samuel Goldwyn Prod.
Bad Girl – Winfield Sheehan for Fox Film Corp.
The Champ – King Vidor for Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
Five Star Final – Hal B. Wallis for First National
One Hour with You – Ernst Lubitsch for Paramount Publix
Shanghai Express – Adolph Zukor for Paramount Publix
The Smiling Lieutenant – Ernst Lubitsch for Paramount Publix
Frank Borzage – Bad Girl (WINNER)
King Vidor – The Champ
Josef von Sternberg – Shanghai Express
Fredric March – Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde as Dr Henry Jekyll/Mr Edward Hyde (WINNER)
Wallace Beery – The Champ as Champ (WINNER)
Alfred Lunt – The Guardsman as The Actor
Helen Hayes – The Sin of Madelon Claudet as Madelon Claudet (WINNER)
Marie Dressler – Emma as Emma Thatcher Smith
Lynn Fontanne – The Guardsman as The Actress
Best Original Story:
The Champ – Frances Marion (WINNER)
Lady and Gent – Grover Jones and William Slavens McNutt
The Star Witness – Lucien Hubbard
What Price Hollywood? – Adela Rogers St. Johns and Jane Murfin
Bad Girl – Edwin J. Burke, based on the novel and play by Viña Delmar (WINNER)
Arrowsmith – Sidney Howard, based on the novel by Sinclair Lewis
Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde – Percy Heath and Samuel Hoffenstein, based on Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde by Robert Louis Stevenson
Best Art Direction:
Transatlantic – Gordon Wiles (WINNER)
À Nous la Liberté – Lazare Meerson
Arrowsmith – Richard Day
Shanghai Express – Lee Garmes (WINNER)
Arrowsmith – Ray June
Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde – Karl Struss
Best Sound Recording:
Paramount Publix Studio Sound Department (WINNER)
MGM Studio Sound Department
RKO Radio Studio Sound Department
Walt Disney Productions
Warner Bros. First National Studio Sound Department
Best Short Subject, Cartoon:
Flowers and Trees – Walt Disney, Walt Disney Productions, United Artists (WINNER)
It’s Got Me Again! – Leon Schlesinger, Leon Schlesinger Productions, Warner Bros.
Mickey’s Orphans – Walt Disney, Walt Disney Productions, Columbia Pictures
Best Live Action Short Subject, Comedy:
The Music Box – Hal Roach (WINNER)
The Loud Mouth – Mack Sennett
Scratch-As-Catch-Can – RKO Radio
Best Live Action Short Subject, Novelty:
Wrestling Swordfish – Mack Sennett (WINNER)
Screen Souvenirs – Paramount Publix
Swing High – Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
Academy Honorary Award:
Walt Disney, for the creation of Mickey Mouse
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