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Oscar Awards


Series Name
British Movietone News


Issue No.
Date Released
21 Apr 1969
Stories in this Issue:
  1. 1Oscar Awards
  2. 2Veteran Marathon
  3. 3Fire Proof
  4. 4Fashions
  5. 5Bears of Berne


Story No. within this Issue
1 / 5
MOVIETONE CARD TITLE: Oscar Awards. DESCRIPTION: Hollywood’s big day of the year is the awarding of the coveted Oscars. Cliff Robertson is Best Actor, and Barbra Streisand and Katherine Hepburn share Best Actress. But star of the show is the British musical Oliver, that received a total of five Oscars, including Best Film of the Year. SHOTLIST: Aerial view Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, Hollywood. MS crowd. MS Cesar Romero & Sybil Brand arrive. MCU Paul Newman & Joanne Woodward arrive. MCU Raquel Welch. CU Vanessa Redgrave & Franco Nero. GV interior pavilion. MS Frank Sinatra. GV pavilion. MS Ingrid Bergman presents Oscars to Barbra Streisand for Best Actress award. Audience clap. MS Sidney Poitier presents Oscar to John Woolf for Best Picture award. HAS audience. MS Natalie Wood presents Oscar for Best Art Direction in Musical Oliver. MS audience clap. MS Rosalind Russell with Oscar. GV audience. MS John Green receives Oscar for Best Musical Score. MS Best Choreography Oscar to Ona White presented by Diane Carol. LS audience. MS Carol Reed receives Oscar for Best Direction from Jane Fonda. CU Mark Lester & Jack Wild.
Buildings and structures; Mass media; Entertainment and leisure; Cinema; Performing arts; Awards and honours
United States of America; Hollywood
Footage sources
United States of America
Card file number
Leslie Mitchell
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