RT Motion Picture DB /z-wcorg/ DS http://worldcat.org ID 423247736 LA English T1 [News of the day. Vol. 14, no. 252--excerpt. Film world picks champions! Top award to Greer Garson! Los Angeles, California!--outtakes, HCOc1794r2, X49896]. Vol. 14, no. 252--excerpt. Film world picks champions! Top award to Greer Garson! Los Angeles, California!--outtakes, HCOc1794r2, X49896]. A1 Kluver, Roy., Bjerre, Carl., YR 1943 AB Lt. Van Heflin accepts Best Supporting Actor award (for Johnny Eager) from Gary Cooper. James Cagney accepts Best Actor award (for Yankee Doodle Dandy) from Cooper. Teresa Wright accepts Best Supporting Actress award (for Mrs. Miniver) from Joan Fontaine. Greer Garson accepts Best Actress award (for Mrs. Miniver) (first half of speech only). The banquet room. A service banner unfurls, showing the "number of men in service" (27,677). Lowell Mellett, chief of the Bureau of Motion Pictures, Office of War Information, speaks of the U.S. government's duty to keep the public informed without telling them what to think. The war is to save and perpetuate democracy, not destroy it; therefore the government is not going to enter the motion picture business ... Summary continues: ... Master of Ceremonies Bob Hope jokes. Mrs. William Wyler, on behalf of her husband, accepts the award for Best Direction (for Mrs. Miniver) from Lt. Col. Frank Capra. Louis B. Mayer accepts the award for outstanding production (for Mrs. Miniver) from William Goetz. Second half of Greer Garson's acceptance speech. Garson poses with James Cagney; they embrace and kiss; they pose with Heflin and Wright; Garson poses with statuette; Heflin, Wright, Garson and Cagney pose together (these last 4 shots MOS).