1933 Best Picture Oscar "Cavalcade"

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Cavalcade is a 1933 drama film directed by
Frank Lloyd. The screenplay by Reginald
Berkeley and Sonya Levien is based on the
1931 play of the same title by Noël Coward.

Engraved plaque reads, "Academy of /
Motion Picture / Arts and Sciences / First
Award / 1933". A circular plaque
underneath the statue has the words
engraved, "Academy First Award / to / Fox
Film Corporation / for the production / of /

Cavalcade won the Academy Award for
Best Picture, Frank Lloyd won the Academy
Award for Best Director, and the Academy
Award for Best Art Direction went to
William S. Darling.[4] Diana Wynyard was
nominated for the Academy Award for Best
Actress but lost to Katharine Hepburn for
Morning Glory.