Greer Garson 15th Annual Academy Awards
(1943)

Greer Garson is pictured holding her wartime
plaster Oscar.  Also pictured Jimmy Cagney and
Teresa Wright with her best supporting actress  
plaque.
Humphrey Bogart
1952 won Best Actor in a Leading Role
for "The African Queen" (1951)
William Holden
"Stalag 17" (1953) for which he won the Academy
Award for Best Actor 1954
Grace Kelly
1955 Academy Award for Best Actress for her portrayal of
Georgie Elgin opposite Bing Crosby in "The Country Girl"
(1954)
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John Wayne
1970 Wayne was so moved when Barbra Streisand presented
him the Best Actor Oscar that had tears in his eyes.
Best Actor in a Leading Role
for " True Grit" (1969)
Kim Basinger
1998 Won Best Actress in a Supporting Role
for "L.A. Confidential" (1997)
Barbara Stanwyck
1982  - Honorary Award
For superlative creativity and unique
contribution to the art of screen acting.
Nominated  4 times
"On the Waterfront with Oscars"
Charlie Chaplin
1972  - Honorary Award
For the incalculable effect he has had in making
motion pictures the art form of this century.
Renee Zellweger - Charlize Theron

2004  Won Oscar Best Actress in a Supporting Role
for "Cold Mountain" (2003)

2004  Won Oscar Best Actress in a Leading Role
for "Monster" (2003)
Olivia de havilland

1947  Won Oscar Best Actress in a Leading Role
for "To Each His Own" (1946)

1950  Won Oscar Best Actress in a Leading Role
for "The Heiress" (1949)
Frank Borzage and Janet Gaynor

Frank Borzage
1932  Won Oscar Best Director
for "Bad Girl" (1931)

1929  Won Oscar Best Director, Dramatic Picture
for "Seventh Heaven" (1927)

Janet Gaynor
1929  Won Oscar Best Actress in a Leading Role
for "Seventh Heaven" (1927)

Also for "Street Angel" (1928) and "Sunrise: A
Song of Two Humans" (1927).
Michael Caine

2000  Won Oscar Best Actor in a Supporting Role
for "The Cider House Rules" (1999)

1987  Won Oscar Best Actor in a Supporting Role
for "Hannah and Her Sisters" (1986)
After losing the Oscar three times Michael Caine was
tired of attending the awards ceremony. Ironically he
won the first time that year.
Hattie McDaniel was not just any Oscar
winner -- she was the first black actor to
win an Academy Award. She won the
award for Best Actress in a Supporting
Role for her portrayal of Mammy in the
1939 film "Gone With the Wind."
Halle Berry

2002  Won Oscar Best Actress in a Leading Role
for "Monster's Ball" (2001)
Tom Hanks
1995 Oscar Actor Leading Role
"Forrest Gump"
Audrey Hepburn
The Fashion icon with her1954 Oscar for
"Roman Holiday"
1938
From left: Louis B. Mayer, Luise Rainer, Mrs. Spencer Tracy
and Frank Capra
Luise Rainer won best actress for the second year in a row
(this year, for "The Good Earth")
Reese Witherspoon,
winner Best Actress in a Leading Role for
"Walk the Line" 2006
Ginger Rogers - James Stewart
1941
Rogers - "Kitty Foyle"
Stewart - "The Philadelphia Story"
In 1958, Poitier became the first black actor to be
nominated for Best Actor for his role as Noah
Cullen in the film "The Defiant Ones." Five years
later, Poitier won in the same category for his role
as Homer Smith in "Lilies of the Field." He also
received an honorary award from the academy in
2002.
48th Annual Academy Awards
Jack Nicholson
Oscar for Best Actor in 'One Flew Over The
Cuckoo's Nest'
Award presenters Audrey Hepburn and
Grace Kelly waiting backstage at the RKO
Pantages Theatre, during the 28th Annual
Academy Awards.
Mickey Rooney and Judy Garland
Mary Pickford posing with her 1930 best
actress Oscar for Coquette.
Deborah Kerr had six Oscar nominations over
her career.  Pictured  holding  her honorary
Oscar backstage of the 66th Annual Academy
Awards in this March 21, 1994.
Heath Ledger 2008 Best Supporting Actor
81st Academy Awards
Posthumous
Julia Roberts
Best Actress
2001 Erin Brokovitch
Shirley Temple  posing with her honorary Oscar.
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2009 HONORARY OSCAR

Actor Humphrey Bogart w. his actress wife
Lauren Bacall arriving at the 27th annual
Academy Awards ceremony at the RKO
Pantages Theater.
Peter O'Toole with presenter  Meryl Streep
receiving his honorary Oscar.
75th Academy Awards
James Stewart
Honorary Oscar
1984 57th Annual Academy Awards
David O. Selznick 1939 Best Picture Oscar
"Gone With The Wind"

In 1999 Michael Jackson paid $1,542,500 for producer
David O. Selznick's 1939 Best Picture Oscar for "Gone
With the Wind." The price shattered the previous mark of
$607,500 (set in 1996) for the Oscar won by Clark Gable
as Best Actor for the 1934 film "It Happened One Night."
Madonna and Michael Jackson at the 64th
Academy Awards March 25th, 1991
Photo Album 1 - Photo Album 2 - Album 3 - Home
OSCAR PHOTO ALBUM 1
Elizabeth Taylor
1992 Academy Awards
Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award
The following collection of Academy Award Photos is a great look into Oscar nostalgia. Many of the pictures bring us back to a
time of great elegance and pride. Oscar was displayed proudly by many of these Hollywood legends in their personal trophy
cases or
desks. And just like Oscar, similar photos to these undoubtedly line enthusiasts walls, sit on the l shaped desk of their
personal libraries or populate shelves in any number of rooms. There is no doubt that these Hollywood
photos, which capture
some of the most brilliant and talented actors and actresses will forever be regarded as a way to celebrate and honor their
accomplishments.