46th Academy Awards

46TH ACADEMY AWARDS
April 2, 1974
Dorothy Chandler Pavilion
Hosted by John Huston, Diana Ross, Burt Reynolds, and David Niven

BEST PICTURE
“American Graffiti”
“Cries and Whispers”
“The Exorcist”
“The Sting”
“A Touch of Class”

BEST DIRECTOR
Ingmar Bergman – “Cries And Whispers”
Bernardo Bertolucci – “Last Tango In Paris”
William Friedkin – “The Exorcist”
George Roy Hill – “The Sting”
George Lucas – “American Graffiti”

BEST ACTOR
Marlon Brando – “Last Tango In Paris” as Paul
Jack Lemmon – “Save The Tiger” as Harry Stoner
Jack Nicholson – “The Last Detail” as Billy “Badass” Buddusky
Al Pacino – “Serpico” as Frank Serpico
Robert Redford – “The Sting” as Johnny Hooker

BEST ACTRESS
Ellen Burstyn – “The Exorcist” as Chris MacNeil
Glenda Jackson – “A Touch of Class” as Vicki Allessio
Marsha Mason – “Cinderella Liberty” as Maggie
Barbra Streisand – “The Way We Were” as Katie Morosky
Joanne Woodward – “Summer Wishes, Winter Dreams” as Rita Walden

BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR
Vincent Gardenia – “Bang The Drum Slowly” as Dutch
Jack Gilford – “Save The Tiger” as Phil
John Houseman – “The Paper Chase” as Professor Charles W. Kingsfield, Jr.
Jason Miller – “The Exorcist” as Father Damien Karras
Randy Quaid – “The Last Detail” as Larry Meadows

BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS
Linda Blair – “The Exorcist” as Regan MacNeil
Candy Clark – “American Graffiti” as Debbie Dunham
Madeline Kahn – “Paper Moon” as Trixie Delight
Tatum O’Neal – “Paper Moon” as Addie Loggins
Sylvia Sidney – “Summer Wishes, Winter Dreams” as Mrs. Pritchett

BEST ORIGINAL SCREENPLAY
“American Graffiti” – George Lucas, Gloria Katz and Willard Huyck
“Cries and Whispers” – Ingmar Bergman
“Save the Tiger” – Steve Shagan
“The Sting” – David S. Ward
“A Touch of Class” – Melvin Frank and Jack Rose

BEST ADAPTED SCREENPLAY
“The Exorcist” – William Peter Blatty
“The Last Detail” – Robert Towne
“The Paper Chase” – James Bridges
“Paper Moon” – Alvin Sargent
“Serpico” – Waldo Salt and Norman Wexler

BEST FOREIGN LANGUAGE FEATURE
“Day for Night” (France)
“The House on Chelouche Street” (Israel)
“L’Invitation” (Switzerland)
“The Pedestrian” (Germany -West)
“Turkish Delight” (Netherlands)

BEST DOCUMENTARY – FEATURE
“Always a New Beginning”
“The Great American Cowboy”
“Journey to the Outer Limits”
“Schlacht um Berlin”
“Walls of Fire”

BEST DOCUMENTARY – SHORT SUBJECT
“Background”
“Christo’s Valley Curtain”
“Four Stones for Kanemitsu”
“Paisti ag obair”
“Princeton: A Search for Answers”

BEST LIVE ACTION SHORT
“The Bolero”
“Clockmaker”
“Life Times Nine”

BEST ANIMATED SHORT
“Frank Film”
“The Legend of John Henry”

BEST ORIGINAL DRAMATIC SCORE
“Cinderella Liberty” – John Williams
“The Day of the Dolphin” – Georges Delerue
“Papillon” – Jerry Goldsmith
“A Touch of Class” – John Cameron
“The Way We Were” – Marvin Hamlisch

BEST ORIGINAL SONG SCORE OR ADAPTATION SCORE
“Jesus Christ Superstar” – André Previn, Herbert W. Spencer, and Andrew Lloyd Webber
“The Sting” – Marvin Hamlisch
“Tom Sawyer” – Richard M. Sherman, Robert B. Sherman, and John Williams

BEST ORIGINAL SONG
“(You’re So) Nice to Be Around” from “Cinderella Liberty” – John Williams and Paul Williams
“Live and Let Die” from “Live and Let Die” – Paul McCartney and Linda McCartney
“Love” from “Robin Hood” – George Bruns and Floyd Huddleston
“All That Love Went To Waste” from “A Touch of Class” – George Barrie and Sammy Cahn
“The Way We Were” from “The Way We Were” – Marvin Hamlisch, Alan Bergman, and Marilyn Bergman

BEST SOUND MIXING
“The Day of the Dolphin”
“The Exorcist”
“The Paper Chase”
“Paper Moon”
“The Sting”

BEST ART DIRECTION
“Brother Sun, Sister Moon” – Lorenzo Mongiardino, Gianni Quaranta, and Carmelo Patrono
“The Exorcist” – Bill Malley and Jerry Wunderlich
“The Sting” – Henry Bumstead and James W. Payne
“Tom Sawyer” – Philip Jefferies and Robert de Vestel
“The Way We Were” – Stephen Grimes and William Kiernan

BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY
“Cries and Whispers” – Sven Nykvist
“The Exorcist” – Owen Roizman
“Jonathan Livingston Seagull” – Jack Couffer
“The Sting” – Robert L. Surtees
“The Way We Were” – Harry Stradling Jr.

BEST COSTUME DESIGN
“Cries and Whispers” – Marik Vos
“Ludwig” – Piero Tosi
“The Sting” – Edith Head
“Tom Sawyer” – Don Feld
“The Way We Were” – Dorothy Jeakins and Moss Mabry

BEST FILM EDITING
“American Graffiti” – Verna Fields and Marcia Lucas
“The Day of the Jackal” – Ralph Kemplen
“The Exorcist” – Jordan Leondopoulos, Bud Smith, Evan Lottman, and Norman Gay
“Jonathan Livingston Seagull” – Frank P. Keller and James Galloway
“The Sting” – William H. Reynolds
  1. “American Graffiti”
  2. “Bang The Drum Slowly”
  3. “Brother Sun, Sister Moon”
  4. “Cinderella Liberty”
  5. “Cries and Whispers”
  6. “The Day of the Dolphin”
  7. “The Day of the Jackal”
  8. “The Exorcist”
  9. “Jesus Christ Superstar”
  10. “Jonathan Livingston Seagull”
  11. “The Last Detail”
  12. “Last Tango In Paris”
  13. “Live and Let Die”
  14. “Ludwig”
  15. “The Paper Chase”
  16. “Paper Moon”
  17. “Papillon”
  18. “Robin Hood”
  19. “Save The Tiger”
  20. “Serpico”
  21. “The Sting”
  22. “Summer Wishes, Winter Dreams”
  23. “Tom Sawyer”
  24. “A Touch of Class”
  25. “The Way We Were”

FOREIGN

  1. “Day for Night” (France)
  2. “The House on Chelouche Street” (Israel)
  3. “L’Invitation” (Switzerland)
  4. “The Pedestrian” (Germany -West)
  5. “Turkish Delight” (Netherlands)

DOCUMENTARY

  1. “Always a New Beginning”
  2. “The Great American Cowboy”
  3. “Journey to the Outer Limits”
  4. “Schlacht um Berlin”
  5. “Walls of Fire”

SHORT FILMS

  1. “Background”
  2. “The Bolero”
  3. “Christo’s Valley Curtain”
  4. “Clockmaker”
  5. “Four Stones for Kanemitsu”
  6. “Frank Film”
  7. “The Legend of John Henry”
  8. “Life Times Nine”
  9. “Paisti ag obair”
  10. “Princeton: A Search for Answers”

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