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Best Films 1933

Ramon Novarro biography Beyond Paradise

Best Film
Baby Face, dir.: Alfred E. Green; scr.: Gene Markey & Kathryn Scola.
The Barbarian, dir.: Sam Wood; scr.: Anita Loos & Elmer Harris.
Blood Money, dir.: Roland Brown; scr.: Roland Brown & Hal Long.
Dinner at Eight, dir.: George Cukor; scr.: Frances Marion, Herman J. Mankiewicz & Donald Ogden Stewart.
Gold Diggers of 1933, dir.: Mervyn LeRoy; scr.: Erwin Gelsey, James Seymour, David Boehm & Ben Markson.
The Kennel Murder Case, dir.: Michael Curtiz; scr.: Robert Presnell, Robert N. Lee & Peter Milne.
King Kong , dir.: Ernest B. Schoedsack & Merian C. Cooper; scr.: James Ashmore Creelman & Ruth Rose.
Lady for a Day, dir.: Frank Capra; scr.: Robert Riskin.
Man’s Castle, dir.: Frank Borzage; scr.: Jo Swerling.
Queen Christina, dir.: Rouben Mamoulian; scr.: H.M. Harwood & S.N. Behrman.
The Working Man, dir.: John G. Adolfi; scr.: Maude T. Howell & Charles Kenyon.

Best Actress
Constance BennettOur Betters.
Joan Blondell, Blondie Johnson.
Ruth Chatterton, Lily Turner.
Marion Davies, Peg o’ My Heart.
Greta Garbo, Queen Christina.
Myrna Loy, The Barbarian.
May Robson, Lady for a Day.
Barbara Stanwyck, Baby Face & The Bitter Tea of General Yen.
Mae West, I’m No Angel.
Loretta Young, Man’s Castle.

Best Actor
Nils Asther, The Bitter Tea of General Yen.
Fredric March, The Eagle and the Hawk.
Robert Montgomery, Made on Broadway.
Ramon Novarro, The Barbarian.
Warren William, Lady for a Day.

Best Supporting Actress
Mary Boland, The Solitaire Man.
Grace Bradley, Girl Without a Room.
Mae Clarke, Lady Killer.
Frances Dee, Blood Money.
Ruth Donnelly, Footlight Parade.
Marie Dressler, Jean Harlow & Hilda Vaughn, Dinner at Eight.
Louise Closser Hale, The Barbarian.
Aline MacMahon, Gold Diggers of 1933.

Best Supporting Actor
Guy Kibbee, Ned Sparks & Warren William, Gold Diggers of 1933.
Guy Kibbee, Lady for a Day.
H.B. Warner, The Son-Daughter.

Best Cinematography
Joseph H. August, Man’s Castle.
William H. Daniels, Dinner at Eight & Queen Christina.
Tony Gaudio, Ex-Lady.
Oliver T. Marsh, Dancing Lady.
Barney McGill, The Keyhole.
Ray Rennahan, Mystery of the Wax Museum.
Harold Rosson, The Barbarian.
Jan Stallich & Hans Androschin, Extase / Ecstasy.
Karl Struss, Tonight Is Ours.

Best Original Score
Herbert Stothart, Queen Christina.

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Dave Smith -

Greta Garbo was truly beatiful.


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