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News of the day. [Vol. 23, no. 260--excerpt. Academy Awards ; Oscar for best movie of the year goes to MGM--Hollywood, California].

Author: Arthur Freed
Publisher: [1952-03-24]
Edition/Format:   Film : Film   Visual material : English : [Ambient sound track version]
Database:WorldCat
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"An American in Paris, M-G-M's beautiful musical starring Gene Kelly and Leslie Caron wins the Academy Award for the best picture of 1951. Producer Arthur Freed accepts the Oscar with a tribute to his studio and his colleagues. Humphrey Bogart and Vivien Leigh win Oscars as the year's best actor and actress"--Hearst index card.
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Genre/Form: Newsreels
Shorts
Named Person: Gene Kelly; Leslie Caron; Arthur Freed; Humphrey Bogart; Vivien Leigh; Leslie Caron; Deborah Kerr; Leo Genn; Greer Garson; Ronald Colman
Material Type: Film
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Arthur Freed
OCLC Number: 423251733
Notes: Rights held by UCLA Film and Television Archive.
Contents: Shot description: Pantages Theater (long shot) --
People going in --
Caron and husband (closeup) --
Crowd --
Deborah Kerr and Leo Genn --
Curtain goes up --
Oscar (closeup) --
Bogart goes up on stage (long shot) --
Bogart gets kiss and Oscar from Greer Garson --
Bogart walks off --
Ronald Colman calls up Garson (long shot) --
Colman kisses Garson and gives her Oscar for Vivien Leigh --
Garson walks off --
Oscar (closeup) --
Talk by Freed (Hearst index card).
Other Titles: Academy Awards, 24th

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"An American in Paris, M-G-M's beautiful musical starring Gene Kelly and Leslie Caron wins the Academy Award for the best picture of 1951. Producer Arthur Freed accepts the Oscar with a tribute to his studio and his colleagues. Humphrey Bogart and Vivien Leigh win Oscars as the year's best actor and actress"--Hearst index card.

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