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Per usual, Im going to focus only on the categories where.
Arthur Edeson's Oscar-nominated B/W Cinematography for Casablanca was defeated by Arthur Miller for The Song of Bernadette.
For Whom the Bells Tolls is long and boring.Both films juggle a myriad of characters and subplots The Song of Bernadette s nearly three hours almost dictates it while ultimately sustaining good storytelling, signs of a good screenplay.Epstein and Howard Koch) - the melodramatic story of international intrigue, romance and politics in the Nazi-occupied exotic locale of French Morocco, is now considered one of filmdom's best pictures ever made.For The More the Merrier, this seems like a modest output considering the epic dramas he would later make.As for the rest of the nominees, nothing really stands out.Though that may seem like a trivial distinction not based on actual craft especially as using black and white cinematography has become more of a stylistic choice than a camerawork choice, the way films were being shot were drastically different.The Best Actress win for Jennifer Jones also deprived other great actresses of awards: twenty-nine year old Ingrid Bergman, Bogart's lovely co-star in Casablanca was unacknowledged when she failed to be nominated for her role as Ilsa Lund; however, she was nominated (her first career.If the theatrical system and Oscar rules had been more aligned with how it works today, I couldnt imagine how wed think about this slate versace gift card of films today.Outstanding Motion Picture The Nominees: Casablanca For Whom the Bell Tolls Heaven Can Wait The Human Comedy In Which We Serve Madame Curie The More the Merrier The Ox-Bow Incident The Song of Bernadette Watch on the Rhine What won: Casablanca What should have won.One of Hitchcock's greatest thrillers (and the director's own favorite Shadow of a Doubt, deserved more recognition than it received - only a Best Original Screenplay nomination - snubbed were both Joseph Cotten's chilling role as dark-hearted, widow-murdering serial killer Uncle Charlie, and Teresa Wright's.
Jordan (1941) about a philandering, amorous rogue who tries to convince the Devil in Hell that he was really a good human being director Clarence Brown's The Human Comedy (with five nominations and one win - Best Original Story by William Saroyan) about the experiences.
From a historical perspective, taking a glance at the list of films you see an all-timer in Casablanca and then a list of mostly forgotten films.
HMS Torrin during the Battle of Crete (based upon the true story of Lord Louis Mountbatten's destroyer.Greer Garson (with her fourth of seven Best Actress nominations - one of six nominations between 19) as famous scientist Madame Marie Curie who discovered radium in the fact-based biopic Madame Curie Joan Fontaine (the last of three nominations in the four years between 19).The feature film that was the directing debut of Vincente Minnelli was Cabin in the Sky - it featured an all-black cast.The Song of Bernadette 12 nominations, 4 wins and Hemingway adaptation.Casablanca was well represented.Personally, if I were to nominate just one of the actors from the film it would be Dooley Wilson, the least accomplished actor of the bunch, but his performance as Sam sticks with me the most emotionally and his musical achievements in the film help.The Song of Bernadette was a rightful winner, so I guess its a wash.Actually, it should have competed against.