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Best Films - 1924

The Last Laugh Emil Jannings
The Last Laugh with Emil Jannings (right).

Best Film
Black Oxen, dir.: Frank Lloyd; scr.: Frank Lloyd & Mary O’Hara.
The Enchanted Cottage, dir.: John S. Robertson; scr.: Josephine Lovett; titles: Gertrude Chase.
Greed, dir. & scr.: Erich von Stroheim; titles: June Mathis.
He Who Gets Slapped, dir.: Victor Sjöström (a.k.a. Victor Seastrom); scr.: Victor Sjöström & Carey Wilson.
The Last Laugh / Der Letzte Mann, dir.: F.W. Murnau; scr.: Carl Mayer.
The Marriage Circle, dir.: Ernst Lubitsch; scr.: Paul Bern.
Die Nibelungen: Siegfried & Kriemhild’s Revenge / Die Nibelungen: Siegfrieds Tod & Kriemhilds Rache, dir.: Fritz Lang; scr.: Thea von Harbou & Fritz Lang.
The Sea Hawk, dir.: Frank Lloyd; scr.: J.G. Hawks; titles: Walter Anthony.
The Thief of Bagdad, dir.: Raoul Walsh & Douglas Fairbanks; scr.: Douglas Fairbanks & Lotta Woods.
The Turmoil, dir.: Hobart Henley; scr.: Edward T. Lowe Jr.

Best Actress
Enid Bennett, The Red Lily.
Eleanor Boardman, The Turmoil.
Laura La Plante, Butterfly.
May McAvoy, The Enchanted Cottage.
ZaSu Pitts, Greed.
Margarete Schön, Die Nibelungen: Siegfried & Die Nibelungen: Kriemhild’s Revenge.
Norma Shearer, He Who Gets Slapped.
Virginia Valli, K – The Unknown.

Best Actor
Richard Barthelmess, The Enchanted Cottage.
Lon Chaney, He Who Gets Slapped.
George Hackathorne, The Turmoil.
Emil Jannings, The Last Laugh.
Percy Marmont, K – The Unknown.
William V. Mong, Thy Name Is Woman.

Best Supporting Actress
Margarita Fischer, K – The Unknown.
Dorothy Gish, Romola.
Marie Prevost, The Marriage Circle.
Hanna Ralph, Die Nibelungen: Siegfried & Die Nibelungen: Kriemhild’s Revenge.

Best Supporting Actor
Conrad Veidt, Waxworks / Das Wachsfigurenkabinett.

Best Cinematography
Joseph H. August, Dante’s Inferno.
Norbert Brodine, Black Oxen & The Sea Hawk.
William H. Daniels, Ben F. Reynolds, and Ernest B. Schoedsack, Greed.
Karl Freund, The Last Laugh.
Carl Hoffman, Gunther Rittau, and Walter Ruttman, Die Nibelungen: Siegfried & Die Nibelungen: Kriemhild’s Revenge.
Victor Milner, The Red Lily.
Milton Moore, He Who Gets Slapped.
Ray Overbaugh, William Schurr, and Ferdinand Risi, Romola.
Charles Rosher, Dorothy Vernon of Haddon Hall.
Hendrik Sartov, G.W. Bitzer, Marcel Le Picard, and Harold S. Sintzenich, America.

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