Movies Of The Year Awards: 1952

Moving right along, since I haven’t really got anything better to do this afternoon.

Best Picture:

The End: Singin’ In The Rain
Oscar: The Greatest Show On Earth

Director:

The End: Stanley Donen and Gene Kelly, Singin’ In The Rain
Oscar: John Ford, The Quiet Man

Actor:

The End: Takashi Shimura, Ikiru
Oscar: Gary Cooper, High Noon

Actress:

The End: Ingrid Bergman, Europa ’51
Oscar: Shirley Booth, Come Back, Little Sheba

Supporting Actor:

The End: Donald O’Connor, Singin’ In The Rain
Oscar: Anthony Quinn, Viva Zapata!

Supporting Actress:

The End: Jean Hagen, Singin’ In The Rain
Oscar: Gloria Grahame, The Bad And The Beautiful

Original Screenplay:

The End: Betty Comden and Adolph Green, Singin’ In The Rain
Oscar: T. E. B. Clarke, The Lavender Hill Mob

Adapted Screenplay:

The End: Nicholas Ray and A. I. Bezzerides, On Dangerous Ground
Oscar: Charles Schnee, The Bad And The Beautiful


Black And White Cinematography:

The End: John L. Russell, Park Row
Oscar: Robert Surtees, The Bad And The Beautiful

Color Cinematography:

The End: Winton C. Hoch, The Quiet Man
Oscar: Winton C. Hoch, The Quiet Man

Editing:

The End: Adrienne Fazan, Singin’ In The Rain
Oscar: Elmo Williams and Harry Gerstad, High Noon

Art Direction:

The End: Park Row
Oscar: Moulin Rouge; The Bad And The Beautiful

Costume Design:

The End: Singin’ In The Rain
Oscar: Moulin Rouge; The Bad And The Beautiful

Sound:

The End: Singin’ In The Rain
Oscar: The Sound Barrier

Original Score:

The End: Charles Chaplin, Limelight
Oscar: Dimitri Tiomkin, High Noon


Non-Oscar Awards:

Foreign Language Film:

Ikiru

Soundtrack:

Singin’ In The Rain

Breakthrough Performance:

Debbie Reynolds, Singin’ In The Rain

Villain:

Jean Hagen, Singin’ In The Rain

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One thought on “Movies Of The Year Awards: 1952

  1. I met Debbie Reynolds at the Music Center in Los Angeles, in 1982,…what can I say that already hasn't been said about her, she was one of the most natrually talented persons I've ever met,… joking with her we asked if she'd dance a few steps for us,….wow, she sang, danced and did a comedy stitck in 2 1/2 min. I will never forget,..my birth year is 1952' and “Singing In The Rain” deserved Best Picture,…well in my heart,…God Bless You, Debbie! (Richard 2010')

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