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Best Films - 1926

Mary Pickford in Sparrows
Mary Pickford in Sparrows

FILM

Dancing Mothers
d: Herbert Brenon; scr: Forrest Halsey

Don Juan
d: Alan Crosland; scr: Bess Meredyth; titles: Walter Anthony, Maude Fulton

Kid Boots
d: Frank Tuttle; scr: Luther Reed, Tom Gibson; titles: George Marion Jr.

The Scarlet Letter
d: Victor Sjöström (a.k.a. Victor Seastrom); scr: Frances Marion

The Show
d: Tod Browning; scr: Waldemar Young; titles: Joseph W. Farnham

Sparrows
d: William Beaudine; scr: C. Gardner Sullivan; titles: George Marion Jr.

The Volga Boatman
d: Cecil B. DeMille; scr: Lenore J. Coffee

 

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You Never Know Women
d: William A. Wellman; scr: Benjamin Glazer

Old Ironsides
d: James Cruze; scr: Dorothy Arzner, Harry Carr, Walter Woods; titles: Rupert Hughes

Mare Nostrum
d: Rex Ingram; scr: Willis Goldbeck

Tell It to the Marines
d: George Hill; scr: Richard Schayer; titles: Joseph W. Farnham

 

ACTOR

John Barrymore
Don Juan

Eddie Cantor
Kid Boots

John Gilbert
The Show

William Haines
Tell It to the Marines

Werner Krauss
Nana

 

Lillian Gish in The Scarlet Letter

ACTRESS

Renée Adorée
The Show

Lillian Gish
The Scarlet Letter

Alice Joyce
Dancing Mothers

Beatrice Lillie
Exit Smiling

Colleen Moore
Ella Cinders

Colleen Moore
Irene

Mary Pickford
Sparrows

Florence Vidor
You Never Know Women

 

SUPPORTING ACTOR

Noah Beery
Beau Geste

Douglas Gilmore
Paris

Owen Moore
The Blackbird

William Powell
Beau Geste

Gustav von Seyffertitz
Sparrows

 

SUPPORTING ACTRESS

Gertrude Astor
The Strong Man

Gertrude Short
The Show

Alice Terry
Mare Nostrum

 

Greta Garbo, John Gilbert in Flesh and the Devil

CINEMATOGRAPHY

William H. Daniels
Flesh and the Devil

Arthur Edeson
The Bat

Alfred Gilks
Old Ironsides

Byron Haskins
Don Juan

J. Roy Hunt
Beau Geste

Roy Overbaugh
Nell Gwynne

Hendrik Sartov
La Bohème

Hendrik Sartov
The Scarlet Letter

John F. Seitz
Mare Nostrum

 

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