The Academy Award for Best Picture of 1941 went to "How Green Was My Valley," directed by John Ford.
In 1941 at the 14th Annual Academy Awards, Best PIcture went to How Green Was My Valley, directed by John Ford and starring Walter Pidgeon, Maureen O'Hara and Anna Lee (who later went on to star on General Hospital as Lila Quartermaine for many, many years until her death in May, 2004). Also of note is that in 1941 the Academy had not limited the amount of nominees in a category so it beat nine other films that year. The other nominees were Suspicion, Citizen Kane, Blossoms in the Dust, Sergeant York, The Maltese Falcon, The Little Foxes, Here Comes Mister Jordon, Hold Back the Dawn and One Foot in Heaven.
The Academy Award for Best Picture of 1951 went to An American in Paris, starring Gene Kelly an Leslie Caron.
The other nominees were Decision Before Dawn, A Place in the Sun, Quo Vadis and A Streetcar Named Desire.
The Oscar went to "An American in Paris," an MGM musical directed by Vincente Minnelli.
The Academy Award for Best Picture of 1940 went to "Rebecca".
The Academy Award for Best Picture of 1942 went to Mrs. Miniver.
The Academy Award for Best Picture of 1942 went to "Mrs. Miniver."
The Academy Award for Best Picture of 1944 went to "Going My Way."
The Academy Award for Best Picture of 1941 went to "How Green Was My Valley."
91 minutes long Marty (1955)
'Wings' won the very first Best Picture Oscar and is the only silent film to have done so.
The Academy Award for Best Picture of 1954 went to "On the Waterfront."
Yes. Orson Welles and Herman J. Manckiewicz shared the 1941 Oscar award for Best Original Screenplay.
The Academy Award (Oscar) for Best Picture in 1977 went to Annie Hall.IN 1977 at the 50th Annual Academy Award the Best Picture award went to Annie Hall. It also won for Best Actress in a Leading Role (Diane Keaton), Best Director (Woody Allen and Best Writing, Screenplay Written Directly for the Screen (Woody Allen and Marshall Brickman). The other nominees were The Goodbye Girl, Julia, The Turning Point and Star Wars.Annie Hall.
Gone with the Wind. However, while this film was released in 1939, it won the 1940 Oscar for Best Picture.
Sergeant York won the Oscar for Film Editing in 1941.
The King's Speech
Lord of the Rings won Best Picture.
The Academy Award for Best Picture of 2011 went to "The Artist."
The Academy Award for Best Picture of 1982 went to "Gandhi."
Lend a Paw won the Oscar for Short Film - Animated - in 1941.
The Oscar went to THE DAPARTED, a Graham King production
No. The first Best Picture winner is Wings.
The Academy Award for Best Picture of 2009 went to "The Hurt Locker."