1974 Oscars 46th Academy Awards

1974 Oscars 46th Academy Awards

Winners Announced: April 2, 1974
Held at: Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, Los Angeles, California
Hosts: John Huston, Diana Ross, Burt Reynolds, David Niven
Eligibility Year: 1973

  • Tatum O’Neal, age 10, was the youngest person to ever win an Oscar.
  • “In recent years, especially, there has been a great deal of criticism about this award. And probably, a great deal of that criticism is very justified; I would just like to say that, whether it is justified or not, I think it is one hell of a honor and I am thrilled, and I thank you all, very, very much.” – Jack Lemmon, after winning his second Oscar.
  • Julia Phillips became the first female producer to win for Best Picture.
  • A streaker named Robert Opel ran across the stage naked while signaling a peace sign.

1974 Oscar Nominees and Winners

Best Picture:
The Sting – Tony Bill, Julia Phillips and Michael Phillips, producers (WINNER)
American Graffiti – Francis Ford Coppola, producer; Gary Kurtz, co-producer
Cries and Whispers – Ingmar Bergman, producer
The Exorcist – William Peter Blatty, producer
A Touch of Class – Melvin Frank, producer

Best Director:
George Roy Hill – The Sting (WINNER)
George Lucas – American Graffiti
Ingmar Bergman – Cries and Whispers
William Friedkin – The Exorcist
Bernardo Bertolucci – Last Tango in Paris

Best Actor:
Jack Lemmon – Save the Tiger as Harry Stoner (WINNER)
Marlon Brando – Last Tango in Paris as Paul
Jack Nicholson – The Last Detail as Billy “Badass” Buddusky
Al Pacino – Serpico as Frank Serpico
Robert Redford – The Sting as Johnny Hooker

Best Actress:
Glenda Jackson – A Touch of Class as Vicki Allessio (WINNER)
Ellen Burstyn – The Exorcist as Chris MacNeil
Marsha Mason – Cinderella Liberty as Maggie Paul
Barbra Streisand – The Way We Were as Katie Morosky
Joanne Woodward – Summer Wishes, Winter Dreams as Rita Pritchett-Walden

Best Supporting Actor:
John Houseman – The Paper Chase as Professor Charles W. Kingsfield, Jr. (WINNER)
Vincent Gardenia – Bang the Drum Slowly as Dutch
Jack Gilford – Save the Tiger as Phil
Jason Miller – The Exorcist as Damien Karras
Randy Quaid – The Last Detail as Larry Meadows

Best Supporting Actress:
Tatum O’Neal – Paper Moon as Addie Loggins (WINNER)
Linda Blair – The Exorcist as Regan MacNeil
Candy Clark – American Graffiti as Debbie Dunham
Madeline Kahn – Paper Moon as Trixie Delight
Sylvia Sidney – Summer Wishes, Winter Dreams as Mrs. Pritchett

Best Story and Screenplay Based on Factual Material or Material Not Previously Produced or Published:
The Sting – David S. Ward (WINNER)
American Graffiti – George Lucas, Gloria Katz and Willard Huyck
Cries and Whispers – Ingmar Bergman
Save the Tiger – Steve Shagan
A Touch of Class – Melvin Frank and Jack Rose

Best Screenplay Based on Material from Another Medium:
The Exorcist – William Peter Blatty based on his novel (WINNER)
The Last Detail – Robert Towne based on the novel by Darryl Ponicsan
The Paper Chase – James Bridges based on the novel by John Jay Osborn, Jr.
Paper Moon – Alvin Sargent based on the novel Addie Pray by Joe David Brown
Serpico – Waldo Salt and Norman Wexler based on the book by Peter Maas

Best Documentary Feature:
The Great American Cowboy – Kieth Merrill (WINNER)
Always a New Beginning – John D. Goodell
Battle of Berlin (Schlacht um Berlin) – Franz Baake and Jost von Morr
Journey to the Outer Limits – Alexander Grasshoff
Walls of Fire – Herbert Kline and Edmund Penney

Best Documentary Short Subject:
Princeton: A Search for Answers – Julian Krainin and DeWitt L. Sage Jr. (WINNER)
Background
Christo’s Valley Curtain
Four Stones for Kanemitsu
Paisti ag obair

Best Live Action Short Subject:
The Bolero – Allan Miller and William Fertik (WINNER)
Clockmaker – Richard Gayer
Life Times Nine – Pen Densham and John Watson

Best Animated Short Subject:
Frank Film – Frank Mouris (WINNER)
The Legend of John Henry – Nick Bosustow and David Adams
Pulcinella – Emanuele Luzzati and Guilo Gianini

Best Original Dramatic Score:
The Way We Were – Marvin Hamlisch (WINNER)
Cinderella Liberty – John Williams
The Day of the Dolphin – Georges Delerue
Papillon – Jerry Goldsmith
A Touch of Class – John Cameron

Best Scoring: Original Song Score and Adaptation or Scoring: Adaptation:
The Sting – Adaptated by Marvin Hamlisch (WINNER)
Jesus Christ Superstar – Adapted by André Previn, Herbert W. Spencer and Andrew Lloyd Webber
Tom Sawyer – Song Score by Richard M. Sherman and Robert B. Sherman; Adapted by John Williams

Best Song:
“The Way We Were” – The Way We Were • Music by Marvin Hamlisch • Lyrics by Alan and Marilyn Bergman (WINNER)
“All That Love Went to Waste” – A Touch of Class • Music by George Barrie • Lyrics by Sammy Cahn
“Live and Let Die” – Live and Let Die • Music and Lyrics by Paul McCartney and Linda McCartney
“Love” – Robin Hood • Music by George Bruns • Lyrics by Floyd Huddleston
“(You’re So) Nice to Be Around” – Cinderella Liberty • Music by John Williams • Lyrics by Paul Williams

Best Sound:
The Exorcist – Robert Knudson and Chris Newman (WINNER)
The Day of the Dolphin – Richard Portman and Larry Jost
The Paper Chase – Donald O. Mitchell and Larry Jost
Paper Moon – Richard Portman and Les Fresholtz
The Sting – Ronald Pierce and Robert R. Bertrand

Best Foreign Language Film:
Day for Night – France (WINNER)
The House on Chelouche Street – Israel
L’Invitation – Switzerland
The Pedestrian – Germany (West)
Turkish Delight – Netherlands

Best Costume Design:
The Sting – Edith Head (WINNER)
Cries and Whispers – Marik Vos
Ludwig – Piero Tosi
Tom Sawyer – Donfeld
The Way We Were – Dorothy Jeakins and Moss Mabry

Best Art Direction:
The Sting – Art Direction: Henry Bumstead; Set Decoration: James W. Payne (WINNER)
Brother Sun, Sister Moon – Art Direction: Lorenzo Mongiardino and Gianni Quaranta; Set Decoration: Carmelo Patrono
The Exorcist – Art Direction: Bill Malley; Set Decoration: Jerry Wunderlich
Tom Sawyer – Art Direction: Philip Jefferies; Set Decoration: Robert De Vestel
The Way We Were – Art Direction: Stephen B. Grimes; Set Decoration: William Kiernan (posthumous nomination)

Best Cinematography:
Cries and Whispers – Sven Nykvist (WINNER)
The Exorcist – Owen Roizman
Jonathan Livingston Seagull – Jack Couffer
The Sting – Robert Surtees
The Way We Were – Harry Stradling Jr.

Best Film Editing:
The Sting – William H. Reynolds (WINNER)
American Graffiti – Verna Fields and Marcia Lucas
The Day of the Jackal – Ralph Kemplen
The Exorcist – Jordan Leondopoulos, Bud S. Smith, Evan Lottman and Norman Gay
Jonathan Livingston Seagull – Frank P. Keller and James Galloway

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