49th Academy Awards

49TH ACADEMY AWARDS
March 28, 1977
Dorothy Chandler Pavilion
Hosted by Richard Pryor, Jane Fonda, Ellen Burstyn, and Warren Beatty

BEST PICTURE
“All the President’s Men”
“Bound for Glory”
“Network”
“Rocky”
“Taxi Driver”

BEST DIRECTOR
John G. Avildsen – “Rocky”
Ingmar Bergman – “Face to Face”
Sidney Lumet – “Network”
Alan J. Pakula – “All the President’s Men”
Lina Wertmüller – “Seven Beauties”

BEST ACTOR
Robert De Niro – “Taxi Driver” as Travis Bickle
Peter Finch – “Network” as Howard Beale
Giancarlo Giannini – “Seven Beauties” as Pasqualino
William Holden – “Network” as Max Schumacher
Sylvester Stallone – “Rocky” as Rocky Balboa

BEST ACTRESS
Marie-Christine Barrault – “Cousin Cousine” as Marthe
Faye Dunaway – “Network” as Diana Christensen
Talia Shire – “Rocky” as Adriana Pennino
Sissy Spacek – “Carrie” as Carrie White
Liv Ullmann – “Face to Face” as Dr. Jenny Isaksson

BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR
Ned Beatty – “Network” as Arthur Jensen
Burgess Meredith – “Rocky” as “Mickey” Goldmill
Laurence Olivier – “Marathon Man” as Dr. Christian Szell
Jason Robards – “All the President’s Men” as Ben Bradlee
Burt Young – “Rocky” as Paulie Pennino

BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS
Jane Alexander – “All the President’s Men” as Judy Hoback
Jodie Foster – “Taxi Driver” as Iris “Easy” Steensma
Lee Grant – “Voyage of the Damned” as Lili Rosen
Piper Laurie – “Carrie” as Margaret White
Beatrice Straight – “Network” as Louise Schumacher

BEST ORIGINAL SCREENPLAY
“Cousin, cousine” – Jean-Charles Tacchella and Danièle Thompson
“The Front” – Walter Bernstein
“Network” – Paddy Chayefsky
“Rocky” – Sylvester Stallone
“Seven Beauties” – Lina Wertmüller

BEST ADAPTED SCREENPLAY
“All the President’s Men” – William Goldman
“Bound for Glory” – Robert Getchell
“Fellini’s Casanova” – Federico Fellini and Bernardino Zapponi
“The Seven-Per-Cent Solution” – Nicholas Meyer
“Voyage of the Damned” – David Butler and Steve Shagan

BEST FOREIGN LANGUAGE FEATURE
“Black and White in Color” (Côte d’Ivoire)
“Cousin, cousine” (France)
“Jacob the Liar” (East Germany)
“Nights and Days” (Poland)
“Seven Beauties” (Italy)

BEST DOCUMENTARY – FEATURE
“Harlan County, USA”
“Hollywood on Trial”
“Off the Edge”
“People of the Wind”
“Volcano: An Inquiry Into the Life and Death of Malcolm Lowry”

BEST DOCUMENTARY – SHORT SUBJECT
 “American Shoeshine”
“Blackwood”
“The End of the Road”
“Number Our Days – Lynne Littman”
“Universe”

BEST LIVE ACTION SHORT
“In the Region of Ice”
“Kudzu”
“The Morning Spider”
“Nightlife”
“Number One”

BEST ANIMATED SHORT
“Dedalo”
“Leisure”
“The Street”

BEST ORIGINAL SCORE
“Obsession” – Bernard Herrmann
“The Omen” – Jerry Goldsmith
“The Outlaw Josey Wales” – Jerry Fielding
“Taxi Driver” – Bernard Herrmann
“Voyage of the Damned” – Lalo Schifrin

BEST ORIGINAL SONG SCORE OR ADAPTATION SCORE
“Bound for Glory” – Leonard Rosenman
“Bugsy Malone” – Paul Williams
“A Star Is Born” – Roger Kellaway

BEST ORIGINAL SONG
“A World That Never Was” from “Half a House” – Sammy Fain and Paul Francis Webster
“Ave Satani” from “The Omen” – Jerry Goldsmith
“Come to Me” from “The Pink Panther Strikes Again” – Henry Mancini and Don Black
“Gonna Fly Now” from “Rocky” – Bill Conti, Carol Connors, and Ayn Robbins
“Evergreen (Love Theme from A Star Is Born)” from “A Star Is Born” – Barbra Streisand and Paul Williams

BEST SOUND MIXING
“All the President’s Men”
“King Kong”
“Rocky”
“Silver Streak”
“A Star Is Born”

BEST ART DIRECTION
“All the President’s Men” – George Jenkins and George Gaines
“The Incredible Sarah” – Elliot Scott and Norman Reynolds
“The Last Tycoon” – Gene Callahan, Jack T. Collis, and Jerry Wunderlich
“Logan’s Run” – Dale Hennesy and Robert De Vestel
“The Shootist” – Robert F. Boyle and Arthur Jeph Parker

BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY
“Bound for Glory” – Haskell Wexler
“King Kong” – Richard H. Kline
“Logan’s Run” – Ernest Laszlo
“Network” – Owen Roizman
“A Star Is Born” – Robert L. Surtees

BEST COSTUME DESIGN
“Bound for Glory” – William Ware Theiss
“Fellini’s Casanova” – Danilo Donati
“The Incredible Sarah” – Anthony Mendleson
“The Passover Plot” – Mary Wills
“The Seven-Per-Cent Solution” – Alan Barrett

BEST FILM EDITING
“All the President’s Men” – Robert L. Wolfe
“Bound for Glory” – Robert C. Jones, Pembroke J. Herring
“Network” – Alan Heim
“Rocky” – Richard Halsey, Scott Conrad
“Two-Minute Warning” – Eve Newman, Walter Hannemann
  1. “All the President’s Men”
  2. “Bound for Glory”
  3. “Bugsy Malone”
  4. “Carrie”
  5. “Cousin Cousine”
  6. “Face to Face”
  7. “Fellini’s Casanova”
  8. “The Front”
  9. “Half a House”
  10. “The Incredible Sarah”
  11. “King Kong”
  12. “The Last Tycoon”
  13. “Logan’s Run”
  14. “Marathon Man”
  15. “Network”
  16. “Obsession”
  17. “The Omen”
  18. “The Outlaw Josey Wales”
  19. “The Passover Plot”
  20. “The Pink Panther Strikes Again”
  21. “Rocky”
  22. “Seven Beauties”
  23. “The Seven-Per-Cent Solution”
  24. “The Shootist”
  25. “Silver Streak”
  26. “A Star Is Born”
  27. “Taxi Driver”
  28. “Two-Minute Warning”
  29. “Voyage of the Damned”

FOREIGN

  1. “Black and White in Color” (Côte d’Ivoire)
  2. “Jacob the Liar” (East Germany)
  3. “Nights and Days” (Poland)

DOCUMENTARY

  1. “Harlan County, USA”
  2. “Hollywood on Trial”
  3. “Off the Edge”
  4. “People of the Wind”
  5. “Volcano: An Inquiry Into the Life and Death of Malcolm Lowry”

SHORT FILMS

  1. “American Shoeshine”
  2. “Blackwood”
  3. “Dedalo”
  4. “The End of the Road”
  5. “In the Region of Ice”
  6. “Kudzu”
  7. “Leisure”
  8. “The Morning Spider”
  9. “Nightlife”
  10. “Number One”
  11. “Number Our Days – Lynne Littman”
  12. “The Street”
  13. “Universe”

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