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34th Academy Awards
DateApril 9, 1962
SiteSanta Monica Civic Auditorium in Santa Monica, California
HostBob Hope
ProducerArthur Freed
DirectorRichard Dunlap
Highlights
Best PictureWest Side Story
TV in the United States
NetworkABC
Duration2 hours, 10 minutes
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The 34th Academy Awards, honoring the best in film for 1961, were held on April 9, 1962 at the Santa Monica Civic Auditorium in Santa Monica, California. They were hosted by Bob Hope; this was the seventh time Hope hosted the Oscars. For the first time in Oscar history, the show lasted longer than two hours.[1]

Legendary filmmaker Federico Fellini received his first Best Director nomination for his film La Dolce Vita, though the movie itself failed to garner a nomination for Best Picture.

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News and recap

The most memorable event of the night was when Stan Berman, a New York City cabdriver, awarded Bob Hope a homemade Oscar after he had slipped through security and made his way to the stage.[2] Among the many dresses worn that night, Joan Crawford wore a spaghetti strap gown with jewels she had worn at an earlier appearance at the Oscars.[3] Shirley Jones wore a strapless gown covered by ornate fabric.[4] Shirley Knight's gown used a sheer overlay to create the illusion of two layers of fabric.[5] Debbie Reynolds's black and white gown was inspired by an envelope.[6]

Both Jackie Gleason (in "The Hustler") and Judy Garland (in "Judgment At Nuremberg") were heavily favored to win the awards for best supporting actor and actress. However, they were defeated by Ceorge Chakiris and Rita Moreno as part of the "West Side Story" sweep. The musical film wound up winning a total of ten Academy Awards including Best Picture.

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Winners & Nominees

Best Picture

West Side Story

Best Actor in a Leading Role

Maximilian Schell in Judgment at Nuremberg

Best Actress in a Leading Role

Sophia Loren in La Ciociara

Best Actor in a Supporting Role

George Chakiris in West Side Story

Best Actress in a Supporting Role

Rita Moreno in West Side Story

Best Director

Jerome Robbins and Robert Wise for West Side Story

Best Original Screenplay

Splendor in the Grass - William Inge

Best Adapted Screenplay

Judgment at Nuremberg - Abby Mann

Best Cinematography, Color

West Side Story

Best Cinematography, Black & White

The Hustler

Best Art Direction-Set Decoration, Black & White

The Hustler

Best Art Direction-Set Decoration, Color

West Side Story

Best Costume Design, Black & White

La dolce vita

Best Costume Design

West Side Story

Best Sound

West Side Story

Best Film Editing

West Side Story

Best Effects, Special Effects

The Guns of Navarone

Best Music, Scoring of a Musical Picture

West Side Story - Saul Chaplin , Johnny Green , Sid Ramin and Irwin Kostal

Best Music, Scoring of a Dramatic or Comedy Picture

Breakfast at Tiffany's - Henry Mancini

Best Music, Original Song

Moon River from Breakfast at Tiffany's - Music by Henry Mancini and Lyrics by Johnny Mercer

Best Short Subjects, Live Action Subjects

Seawards the Great Ships

Best Short Subjects, Cartoons

Surogat

Best Documentary, Short Subjects

Project Hope

Best Documentary, Features

Le ciel et la boue

Best Foreign Language Film

Sasom i en spegel - Sweden

Honorary Awards

Fred L. Meltzer - For his dedication and outstanding service to the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.

Jerome Robbins - For his brilliant achievements in the art of choreography on film.

William L. Hendricks - For his outstanding patriotic service in the conception, writing and production of the Marine Corps film, A Force in Readiness, which has brought honor to the Academy and the motion picture industry.

Irving G. Thalberg Memorial Award

Stanley Kramer

Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award

George Seaton

Breakdown

Awards Won/Nominations

References

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