What movie won the first academy award in 1929?

Answer The 1929 Academy Award ceremony featured two categories that are comparable to the modern "Best Picture" category. "Wings" won the award for "Best Production" while "Sunrise: A Song of Two Humans"... Read More »

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What was the first movie to win an Academy Award?

According to Judy Stone in a May 2009 article for SF360, the first movie to win an Academy Award was the 1927 film "Wings." John Monk Saunders wrote "Wings," which was also the first silent film wi... Read More »

For which movie did Gregory Peck win an Academy Award?

American actor Gregory Peck won an Academy Award for the 1962 film "To Kill a Mockingbird." He also received nominations for four other films: "The Keys of the Kingdom," "The Yearling," "Gentleman'... Read More »

What movie was johnny depp's first academy award nomination?

Johnny Depp received his first nomination for an Academy Award for his role as Capt. Jack Sparrow in the Disney film "The Pirates of the Caribbean." In later years he gained nominations for his rol... Read More »

Who won the 1939 Best Actor Academy Award& what was the movie he performed in?

In 1939, Robert Donat won the Best Actor Academy Award for his performance as Mr. Charles Chipping in the film, "Goodbye Mr. Chips." Other actors nominated for the award that year were Clark Gable,... Read More »