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Academy Awards 1947

The 19th edition of the Academy Awards of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (AMPAS) was held on March 13, 1947 at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, United States, awarding the best films of the year 1946. The ceremony was presented by Jack Benny.

 

The movie with the most nominations at the Academy Awards 1947 was The Best Years of Our Lives with 8 nominations and The film that won the most awards was The Best Years of Our Lives, winning 7 of the 8 nominations.

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To below is the complete list of the nominees and winners of the 1947 Academy Awards.

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What was the movie that won the Academy Awards for Best Picture 1947?

The winning film of the Academy Awards for Best Picture 1947 was The Best Years of Our Lives

Best Picture

Who won the Academy Awards for Best Director in 1947?

The director who won the Academy Awards for Best Director in 1947 was William Wyler, for the film The Best Years of Our Lives

Best Director

Who won the Academy Awards for Best Leading Actor in 1947?

The actor who won the Academy Awards for Best Leading Actor in 1947 was Fredric March, for the movie The Best Years of Our Lives

Best Leading Actor

Who won the Academy Awards for Best Leading Actress in 1947?

The actress who won the Academy Awards for Best Leading Actress in 1947 was Olivia de Havilland, for the movie To Each His Own

Best Leading Actress

Who won the Academy Awards for Best Supporting Actor in 1947?

The actor who won the Academy Awards for Best Supporting Actor in 1947 was Harold Russell, for the movie The Best Years of Our Lives

Best Supporting Actor

Who won the Academy Awards for Best Supporting Actress in 1947?

The actress who won the Academy Awards for Best Supporting Actress in 1947 was Anne Baxter, for the movie The Razor's Edge

Best Supporting Actress

Best Cinematography - Color

Best Cinematography - Black & White

Best Song

The Harvey Girls
Blue Skies
Canyon Passage
Centennial Summer
The Dolly Sisters

Best Art Direction - Black & White

Best Visual Effects

Academy Honorary Award

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