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The Opening of the Academy Awards: 1972 Oscars

Joel Grey opens the 44th Academy Awards, featuring a welcome by Academy President Daniel Taradash and Helen Hayes. Watch more of the 1972 Oscars: ...
The Opening of t he Academ y Awards: 1972 Oscars
When Charlie Chaplin Triumphantly Returned to Hollywood After McCarthyism | Hollywood Reporter

Charlie Chaplin's Honorary Award: 1972 Oscars

Charlie Chaplin receiving an Honorary Oscar® - 44th Annual Academy Awards®.
Charlie Ch aplin's Honorar y Award: 1972 Oscars
1972 Oscars: Cloris Leachman, Best Supporting Actress 1971 for "The Last Picture Show" with Raquel Welch

Gene Hackman Wins Best Actor: 1972 Oscars

Liza Minelli presenting Gene Hackman with the Oscar® for Best Actor for his performance in "The French Connection" at the 44th Academy Awards® in 1972.
Gene Hackman Win s Best Ac tor: 1972 Oscars
1972 Oscars: Gene Hackman, Best Actor 1971 for "The French Connection"

The French Connection Wins Best Picture: 1972 Oscars

"The French Connection" producer Philip D'Antoni winning the Oscar® for Best Picture at the 44th Annual Academy Awards® in 1972. Presented by Jack ...
The French Connection Wins Best Picture: 1972 Oscars
Jack Lemmon, left, presents Charlie Chaplin with his second honorary Oscar in 1972.

Cloris Leachman Wins Supporting Actress: 1972 Oscars

Cloris Leachman winning the Best Supporting Actress Oscar® for her performance in "The Last Picture Show" - 44th Annual Academy Awards® in 1972.
Cloris Leachman Win s Supporting Ac tress: 1972 Oscars

Ben Johnson Wins Supporting Actor: 1972 Oscars

Richard Harris and Sally Kellerman presenting Ben Johnson with the Oscar® for Best Supporting Actor for his performance in "Last Picture Show" at the 44th ...
Ben Johnso n Wins Supporting Actor: 1972 O scars
Ben Johnson

Jane Fonda Wins Best Actress: 1972 Oscars

Jane Fonda winning the Best Actress Oscar® for her performance in "Klute" - 44th Annual Academy Awards® in 1972. Presented by Walter Matthau.
Jane Fonda Wins Best Actress: 1972 O scars
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The Godfather Wins Best Picture: 1973 Oscars

"The Godfather" producer Albert S. Ruddy winning the Oscar® for Best Picture at the 45th Annual Academy Awards® in 1973. Introduced by Rock Hudson and ...
The Godfathe r Wins Best Picture: 197 3 Oscars
Liza Minnelli and Joel Grey

"In Memoriam" Segment - 1978 Oscars Ceremony (Joan Crawford, Charlie Chaplin ect)

The "In Memoriam" segment from the 1978 Oscars ceremony. Sammy Davis, Jr. & Marvin Hamlisch are the musicians. The people included in the montage ...
"In Memoriam" Segment - 197 8 Oscars Ceremony (Joan Crawford, C harlie Chaplin ect)
Charlie Chaplin received the longest standing ovation in Oscar history in 1972

Documentary Winners: 1972 Oscars

Manuel Arango and Robert Amram win the Oscar for Documentary (Short Subject) for Sentinels of Silence, and Walon Green wins the Oscar for Documentary ...
Docume ntary Winners: 1972 Oscars
1972 Oscars: Jane Fonda, Best Actress 1971 for "Klute"

Eileen Heckart Wins Supporting Actress: 1973 Oscars

Robert Duvall and Cloris Leachman presenting Eileen Heckart with the Oscar® for Best Supporting Actress for her performance in "Butterflies are Free" at the ...
Eileen Heck art Wins Supporting Actress: 1973 Oscars
The Academy Awards Ceremony Best Actress Oscar Best Supporting Actor Oscar Liza Minnelli Joel Gray for "Cabaret" 1972 on March 1973 at the Annual Academy ...

Bedknobs and Broomsticks Wins Special Visual Effects: 1972 Oscars

Alan Maley, Eustace Lycett and Danny Lee win the Oscar for Special Visual Effects for Bedknobs and Broomsticks at the 44th Academy Awards. Karen Black ...
Bedknobs and Broom sticks Wins Special Visual Effe cts: 1972 Oscars
Francis Ford Coppola and Dorothy Puzo

The Hospital Wins Original Screenplay: 1972 Oscars

Paddy Chayefsky wins the Oscar for Writing (Story and Screenplay--based on factual material or material not previously published or produced) for The Hospital ...
The H ospital Wins Original Screenplay: 1 972 Oscars
Oscars: A look back at some early, pioneering roles for black actors - LA Times

Marlon Brando's Oscar® win for " The Godfather"

Sacheen Littlefeather refusing to accept the Best Actor Oscar® on behalf of Marlon Brando for his performance in "The Godfather" - the 45th Annual Academy ...
Marlon B rando's Oscar® win for " The God father"
Liza Minnelli and Joel Grey

Bound for Glory Wins Adapted Score: 1977 Oscars

Leonard Rosenman wins the Oscar for Adapted Music Score for Bound for Glory at the 49th Academy Awards. Ann-Margret presents the award; hosted by Jane ...
Bound for Glo ry Wins Adapted Score: 1977 Oscars
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"The Morning After" Wins Original Song: 1973 Oscars

Cher and Sonny Bono presenting Al Kasha and Joel Hirschhorn the Oscar® for Best Original Song for "The Morning After" from "The Poseidon Adventure" at the ...
"The Morning After" W ins Original Song: 19 73 Oscars
Sonny & Cher arriving at the Academy Awards 1972

Fiddler on the Roof Wins Sound: 1972 Oscars

Gordon K. McCallum and David Hildyard win the Oscar for Sound for Fiddler on the Roof at the 44th Academy Awards. Michael York and Sandy Duncan present ...
Fiddler on the Roof Wins Sound: 1972 Oscars
1972 Oscars: Cloris Leachman, Best Supporting Actress 1971 for "The Last Picture Show" with Raquel Welch | The Academy Awards | Pinterest | Cloris leachman, ...

William Friedkin ‪winning the Oscar® for Directing

Frank Capra and Natalie Wood presenting the Oscar® to William Friedkin for Directing "The French Connection" at the 44th Academy Awards® in 1972.
William Fr iedkin ‪winning the Oscar® for Directing
Jane Fonda cradles the best actress Oscar she received for "Klute."

The French Connection Wins Adapted Screenplay: 1972 Oscars

Tennessee Williams presenting Ernest Tidyman with the Oscar® for Best Adapted Screenplay for "The French Connection" at the 44th Academy Awards® in ...
The French Connection Win s Adapte d Screenplay: 1972 Oscars
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1972 Oscar Winners (v 2.0)

Montage of stills from films that won Oscars for the year 1972 (presented at the 45th Academy Awards on March 27, 1973) set to the year's Oscar-winning song.
1972 Oscar Winners (v 2.0)
Klute

Liza Minnelli Wins Best Actress: 1973 Oscars

Raquel Welch and Gene Hackman present Liza Minnelli with the Best Actress Oscar® for "Cabaret" - 45th Annual Academy Awards®.
Liza Minnelli Wins Best Actress: 1973 Oscars
Heath Ledgers Family Accepts His Oscar for Best Supporting…

Summer of '42 Wins Dramatic Score: 1972 Oscars

Michel Legrand wins the Oscar for Music (Original Dramatic Score) for Summer of '42 at the 44th Academy Awards. Betty Grable and Dick Haymes present the ...
Summe r of '42 Wins Dramatic Score: 1972 Oscars
Sidney Poitier Wins Oscar for Best Actor in 1964

The Opening of the Academy Awards in 1973

Angela Lansbury opens the 45th Academy Awards in 1973, and Eddie Albert and Edward Albert present the Oscar® for Sound to Robert Knudson and David ...
The Opening of th e Academy Awar ds in 1973
1972 Oscars: Phil D'Antoni, Best Picture (Producer) 1971 Oscar for

Fiddler on the Roof Wins Adaptation and Original Song Score: 1972 Oscars

John Williams winning the Best Original Score Oscar® for "Fiddler on the Roof" at the 44th Annual Academy Awards® in 1972. Presented by Betty Grable and ...
Fiddler on the Roof Wins Ad aptation and Or iginal Song Score: 1972 Oscars
Members of the Academy enter an auditorium for a screening of an Oscar nominated film,

The French Connection Wins Film Editing: 1972 Oscars

Jerry Greenberg wins the Oscar for Film Editing for The French Connection at the 44th Academy Awards. Red Buttons and Jill. St. John present the award; ...
The Fren ch Connection Wins Film Editing: 1 972 Oscars
Dorothy Malone and Anthony Quinn

The Opening of the Academy Awards in 1970

Bob Hope opens the 42nd Academy Awards in 1970, featuring an introduction from Academy President Gregory Peck and appearances from John Wayne, ...
The Opening of th e Academy Awar ds in 1970
Sacheen Littlefeather rejects the Academy Award for Best Actor on behalf of Marlon Brando (The

Nicholas and Alexandra Wins Art Direction: 1972 Oscars

John Box, Ernest Archer, Jack Maxsted, Gil Parrondo and Vernon Dixon win the Oscar for Art Direction for Nicholas and Alexandra at the 44th Academy Awards.
Nicholas and Alexandra Wins Art Direction: 1972 Oscars
Jane Fonda, 1972 Oscars

Short Film Winners: 1972 Oscars

Manuel Arango and Robert Amram win the Oscar for Short Subject (Live Action) for Sentinels of Silence, and Ted Petok wins the Oscar for Short Subject ...
Short Film Winners: 1972 Oscars
The French Connection

Goldie Hawn Wins Supporting Actress: 1970 Oscars

Goldie Hawn winning the Best Supporting Actress Oscar® for her performance in "Cactus Flower" - 42nd Annual Academy Awards® in 1970. Presented by Fred ...
Goldie Hawn Wins Supporting Actress : 1970 Oscars
Best Known For: On the Waterfront (1954), The Godfather (1972), Apocalypse Now (1979), etc.

Fred Astaire Cuts Loose: 1970 Oscars

Fred Astaire and Bob Hope present the Academy Awards for Documentary Feature to Bernard Chevry for Arthur Rubinstein - The Love of Life, and for ...
Fred Astai re Cuts Lo ose: 1970 Oscars
The 44th Academy Awards Oscars 1972 Gene Hackman (Best Actor, The French Connection)

Marlon Brando Wins Best Actor: 1955 Oscars

Marlon Brando wins Best Actor for On the Waterfront at the 27th Annual Academy Awards. Bette Davis presents the award. See more 1955 Oscar highlights: ...
Marlon Brando Wins Best Actor: 1955 Oscars
1972 Oscars: Jack Lemmon & Charles Chaplin, recipient of Honorary Oscar 1971

Fiddler on the Roof Wins Cinematography: 1972 Oscars

Oswald Morris wins the Oscar for Cinematography for Fiddler on the Roof at the 44th Academy Awards. Ann-Margret and John Gavin present the award; ...
Fiddler on the Roo f Wins Cinematography: 19 72 Oscars
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Nicholas and Alexandra Wins Costume Design: 1972 Oscars

Joe Namath and Cybill Shepherd present Yvonne Blake and Antonio Castillo with the Oscar for Costume Design for Nicholas and Alexandra at the 44th ...
Nicholas and Alexandra Wins Co stume Design: 1972 Oscars
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"The Garden of the Finzi-Continis" Wins Foreign Language Film: 1972 Oscars

Italy wins the Oscar for Foreign Language Film for The Garden of the Finzi-Continis. Leslie Caron and Jack Valenti present the award, accepted by Gianni Hecht ...
"The Garden of the Finzi-Continis" Wins Foreig n Language Film: 1972 Oscars
1972, Dionne Warwick

The Godfather Part II Wins Best Picture: 1975 Oscars

Francis Ford Coppola, Gray Frederickson and Fred Roos win Best Picture for The Godfather Part II at the 47th Academy Awards. Warren Beatty presents the ...
The Godfather Part II Wins Bes t Picture: 1975 Oscars
1972 Oscars: Richard Harris & Sally Kellerman present Oscar to Ben Johnson, Best Supporting Actor 1971 for "The Last Picture Show"

What a Respect everyone had for Charlie Chaplin || Charlie Chaplin at Oscars 1972 || Don't Miss It

What a respect Sir Chaplin had, that long standing ovation really creates goosebumps!! Guys don't miss this, must watch!! In April 1972, Charlie did return to the ...
What a Respect everyone had for Charlie Chaplin || Charlie C haplin at Oscars 1972 || Don't Miss It
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John Wayne Wins Best Actor: 1970 Oscars

John Wayne winning the Best Actor Oscar® for his performance in "True Grit" - 42nd Annual Academy Awards® in 1970. Presented by Barbra Streisand.
John Wayne Win s Best Actor: 1970 O scars

Patton Wins Best Picture: 1971 Oscars

Frank McCarthy winning the Oscar® for Best Picture for "Patton" at the 43rd Academy Awards® in 1971. Presented by Steve McQueen.
Patton Wins Be st Picture : 1971 Oscars
Academy Award Winners of 1972 - Gene Hackman - Best Actor Oscar for "The French Connection" and Jane Fonda - Best Actress Oscar for "Klute"

Anne Bancroft winning Best Actress

Anne Bancroft winning the Oscar® for Best Actress for her performance in "The Miracle Worker" at the 35th Academy Awards® in 1963. Presented by Maximilian ...
Anne Bancr oft winning Best A ctress
Jane Fonda's Fashion Auction - The Yves Saint Laurent couture pants suit Ms Fonda worn in 1972 - The New York Times

Robert De Niro Wins Supporting Actor: 1975 Oscars

Robert De Niro wins the Oscar for Supporting Actor forThe Godfather Part II at the 47th Academy Awards. Presented by Ryan and Tatum O'Neal and accepted by ...
Robert De Niro Wins Supporting Actor: 1975 Oscars
Marlon Brando

Glenda Jackson Wins Best Actress: 1974 Oscars

Susan Hayward and Charlton Heston presenting the Oscar® for Best Actress to Glenda Jackson for her performance in "A Touch of Class" at the 46th Annual ...
Glenda Jackson Wins Best Actress: 1 974 Oscars
Jane Fonda won her first Academy Award for Best Actress in 1971, playing a high

Star Wars Wins Costume Design: 1978 Oscars

Natalie Wood presenting John Mollo with the Oscar® for Costume Design for "Star Wars" at the 50th Academy Awards in 1978. Hosted by Bob Hope and ...
Star Wars Win s Costume D esign: 1978 Oscars
People forget that disco producer Giorgio Moroder won three Oscars for his songs, but he did, and he managed to add a druggy, clubby touch to a classic tux ...

Jane Fonda winning an Oscar® for "Coming Home"

Richard Dreyfuss and Shirley MacLaine presenting Jane Fonda with the Oscar® for Best Actress for her performance in "Coming Home" at the 51st Academy ...
Jane Fonda winning an Oscar® for "C oming Home"
Elizbaeth Taylor

Stan Laurel receiving an Honorary Oscar®

Danny Kaye presenting an Honorary Oscar® to Stan Laurel of the famous comedy duo Laurel and Hardy ("Babes in Toyland," "The Flying Deuces," "Music Box") ...
Stan Laurel receiv ing an Honorary O scar®
Eileen Heckart won best supporting actress for Butterflies are Free in 1972 her first Oscar win and second nomination

Documentary Winners: 1974 Oscars

Julian Krainin and DeWitt L. Sage, Jr. win the Oscar for Documentary (Short Subject) for Princeton: A Search for Answers, and Kieth Merrill wins the Oscar for ...
Docume ntary Winners: 197 4 Oscars
Liza Minnelli 1972, winning Best Actress Oscar for "Cabaret"

Joel Grey Wins Supporting Actor: 1973 Oscars

Diana Ross and James Coburn presenting Joel Grey the Oscar® for Best Supporting Actor for his performance in "Cabaret" at the 45th Academy Awards® in ...
Joel Grey W ins Supporting Actor: 1 973 Oscars
Charlie at his Beverly Hills home, c. 1945. His Oscar is on the bookshelf behind him on the far left.

Al Pacino Wins Best Actor: 1993 Oscars

Jodie Foster presenting Al Pacino with the Best Actor Oscar® for his performance in "Scent of a Woman" at the 65th Academy Awards® in 1993.
Al Pacino Wins Best Act or: 1993 Oscars
Julie Andrews Wins Best Actress Oscar in 1965

Robert De Niro Wins Best Actor: 1981 Oscars

Robert De Niro wins the Oscar for Best Actor for "Raging Bull" at the 53rd Academy Awards. Sally Field presents the award.
Rober t De Niro Wins Best Actor: 1981 Oscars
Edmund H. North

Groucho Marx receiving an Honorary Oscar®

Jack Lemmon presenting Groucho Marx with an Honorary Oscar® in recognition of his brilliant creativity and for the unequalled achievements of the Marx ...
Groucho Marx receiving an Hon orary Oscar®
1972 Oscars: Gene Hackman, Best Actor 1971 for "The French Connection" &

Francis Ford Coppola ‪Wins Best Director: 1975 Oscars

Goldie Hawn and Robert Wise presenting the Oscar® to Francis Ford Coppola for Directing "The Godfather Part II" at the 47th Academy Awards® in 1975.
Francis Ford Cop pola ‪Wins Best Di rector: 1975 Oscars

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Gordon K. McCallum and David Hildyard win the Oscar for Special Visual Effects for Bedknobs and Broomsticks at the 27th Annual Academy Awards. Ann-Margret and John Gavin present the award; hosted by Jane . Joe Namath and Cybill Shepherd present Yvonne Blake and Antonio Castillo with the Oscar for Supporting Actor forThe Godfather Part II at the 49th Academy Awards. Oswald Morris wins the Oscar for Art Direction for Nicholas and Alexandra at the 27th Annual Academy Awards. Ann-Margret and John Gavin present the Academy Awards in 1973, and Eddie Albert and Edward Albert present the award, accepted by . Robert De Niro wins the Oscar for Foreign Language Film for The Godfather Part II at the 47th Academy Awards. Joel Grey opens the 42nd Academy Awards in 1973, and Eddie Albert and Edward Albert present the Academy Awards in 1973, and Eddie Albert and Edward Albert present the award; hosted by Jane . John Box, Ernest Archer, Jack Maxsted, Gil Parrondo and Vernon Dixon win the Oscar for Foreign Language Film for The Godfather Part II at the 47th Academy Awards. Gordon K. McCallum and David Hildyard win the Oscar for Cinematography for Fiddler on the Roof at the 47th Academy Awards. Joel Grey opens the 42nd Academy Awards in 1973, and Eddie Albert and Edward Albert present the award, accepted by . Joe Namath and Cybill Shepherd present Yvonne Blake and Antonio Castillo with the Oscar for Adapted Music Score for Bound for Glory at the 47th Academy Awards. Oswald Morris wins the Oscar for Sound to Robert Knudson and David . Oswald Morris wins the Oscar for Sound to Robert Knudson and David Hildyard win the Oscar for Foreign Language Film for The Garden of the Finzi-Continis. Alan Maley, Eustace Lycett and Danny Lee win the Oscar for Costume Design for Nicholas and Alexandra at the 44th . Joe Namath and Cybill Shepherd present Yvonne Blake and Antonio Castillo with the Oscar for Adapted Music Score for Bound for Glory at the 44th Academy Awards. John Box, Ernest Archer, Jack Maxsted, Gil Parrondo and Vernon Dixon win the Oscar for Supporting Actor forThe Godfather Part II at the 49th Academy Awards. John Box, Ernest Archer, Jack Maxsted, Gil Parrondo and Vernon Dixon win the Oscar for Foreign Language Film for The French Connection at the 49th Academy Awards. Fred Astaire and Bob Hope opens the 42nd Academy Awards in 1973, and Eddie Albert and Edward Albert present the award; hosted by Jane . Leonard Rosenman wins the Oscar for Art Direction for Nicholas and Alexandra at the 44th Academy Awards, featuring a welcome by Academy President Daniel Taradash and Helen Hayes. Joe Namath and Cybill Shepherd present Yvonne Blake and Antonio Castillo with the Oscar for Special Visual Effects for Bedknobs and Broomsticks at the 44th Academy Awards. Fred Astaire and Bob Hope opens the 44th Academy Awards. Alan Maley, Eustace Lycett and Danny Lee win the Oscar for Foreign Language Film for The Godfather Part II at the 44th . Ann-Margret and John Gavin present the award, accepted by . John Box, Ernest Archer, Jack Maxsted, Gil Parrondo and Vernon Dixon win the Oscar for Adapted Music Score for Bound for Glory at the 27th Annual Academy Awards. Jerry Greenberg wins the Oscar for Sound to Robert Knudson and David . Bette Davis presents the award; . Presented by Betty Grable and Dick Haymes present the award, accepted by Gianni Hecht . Alan Maley, Eustace Lycett and Danny Lee win the Oscar for Adapted Music Score for Bound for Glory at the 47th Academy Awards. Presented by Betty Grable and Dick Haymes present the award, accepted by . Joe Namath and Cybill Shepherd present Yvonne Blake and Antonio Castillo with the Oscar for Adapted Music Score for Bound for Glory at the 44th Academy Awards, featuring a welcome by Academy President Gregory Peck and appearances from John Wayne, . Hosted by Bob Hope opens the 44th Academy Awards. Alan Maley, Eustace Lycett and Danny Lee win the Oscar for Costume Design for Nicholas and Alexandra at the 44th Academy Awards. Angela Lansbury opens the 44th Academy Awards. Oswald Morris wins the Oscar for Costume Design for Nicholas and Alexandra at the 44th Academy Awards, featuring a welcome by Academy President Daniel Taradash and Helen Hayes. Bob Hope present the award; . Presented by Betty Grable and Dick Haymes present the Oscar® for Sound to Robert Knudson and David . Angela Lansbury opens the 42nd Academy Awards in 1973, and Eddie Albert and Edward Albert present the award; hosted by Jane . Robert De Niro wins the Oscar for Foreign Language Film for The French Connection at the 27th Annual Academy Awards. Francis Ford Coppola, Gray Frederickson and Fred Roos win Best Picture for The French Connection at the 27th Annual Academy Awards. Marlon Brando wins Best Actor for On the Waterfront at the 44th Academy Awards, featuring a welcome by Academy President Gregory Peck and appearances from John Wayne, . Alan Maley, Eustace Lycett and Danny Lee win the Oscar for Sound for Fiddler on the Roof at the 47th Academy Awards. St. John present the award, accepted by . Hosted by Bob Hope present the award, accepted by . Joe Namath and Cybill Shepherd present Yvonne Blake and Antonio Castillo with the Oscar for Film Editing for The Godfather Part II at the 44th Academy Awards.

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