Barbara Stanwyck Academy Celebration Photos

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences celebrated Barbara Stanwyck's centennial on Wednesday, May 16, at the Samuel Goldwyn Theater in Beverly Hills. Participants included TCM host Robert Osborne, several Stanwyck co-stars, and assorted celebrities.

Before the event, guests were treated to a reception featuring the Academy's new exhibition, “Presenting Miss Barbara Stanwyck: Film Posters of the Indomitable Lady, from the Mike Kaplan Collection,” which opened to the public on May 17.

Photos: © A.M.P.A.S.

Patricia Crowley
Pat Crowley, who had a supporting role in the 1956 melodrama There's Always Tomorrow

Lauren Hutton, Mike Kaplan, Seymour Cassel
Lauren Hutton, Mike Kaplan, Seymour Cassel

Robert Osborne, Nina Foch
TCM host Robert Osborne and Nina Foch, who appeared in Executive Suite in 1954. Others in the cast were William Holden, June Allyson, Paul Douglas, Walter Pidgeon, Fredric March, Shelley Winters, and Barbara Stanwyck, who runs away with the heavy-handed melodrama directed by Robert Wise

Kirk Douglas
Kirk Douglas. The woman on the poster is Lizabeth Scott. Keep scrolling down…

Ann Rutherford, Gigi Perreau
Ann Rutherford of Gone with the Wind and Andy Hardy fame, and Gigi Perreau, who had a supporting role in There's Always Tomorrow. If I remember it correctly, Barbara Stanwyck gets to slap her in the film.

Lizabeth Scott, Army Archerd
Lizabeth Scott, making a rare public appearance, and former Variety columnist Army Archerd

Barbara Stanwyck Academy Celebration Photos © 2004–2018 Alt Film Guide and/or author(s).
Text NOT to be reproduced without prior written consent.

Leave a comment about 'Barbara Stanwyck Academy Celebration Photos'


Don't waste time and energy disagreeing with and/or being deeply offended by the presentation of factual information.

On the other hand, it's perfectly okay to disagree with and/or, if you're so inclined, to be deeply offended by the views & opinions (and/or likes & dislikes) found on this site. And to let us know about any omissions or, heaven forbid, errors.

Just bear in mind that *thoughtfulness* and *at least a modicum of sanity* are imperative.

In other words: Feel free to add something reasonable & coherent – AND fact-based – to the discussion.

Abusive/bigoted, trollish/inflammatory, baseless (spreading misinformation, whether intentionally or not), spammy, and/or just plain deranged comments will be zapped and offenders may be banned.

And finally, links found in comments will generally be deleted.

Most recent comments listed on top.