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6th Academy Awards

6th Academy Awards
Date March 16, 1934
Site The Ambassador Hotel
Host Will Rogers
Highlights
Best Picture Cavalcade
Most awards Cavalcade (3)
Most nominations Cavalcade, A Farewell to Arms and Lady for a Day (4)
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The 6th Academy Awards were held on March 16, 1934, at The Ambassador Hotel in Los Angeles, California. They were hosted by Will Rogers and Rogers also presented all of the awards.

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  2. ^ "The 6th Academy Awards (1934) Nominees and Winners". oscars.org. Retrieved 2012-02-04. 
  3. ^ The sources consulted to compile and verify this list include:
    • "Academy Awards Database - AMPAS." oscars.org. 11 Mar. 2006 .
    • "Academy Awards, USA: 1934." Internet Movie Database. 11 Mar. 2006 .
    • Mason, Wiley, and Damien Bona. Inside Oscar: The Unofficial History of the Academy Awards. Updated ed. New York: Ballantine, 1987.
  4. ^ Class II Scientific or Technical award winners receive a plaque.
  5. ^ Class III Scientific or Technical award winners receive a citation.

Notes and references

See also

Class III Awards

Class II Awards

Scientific or Technical Awards

Multiple nominations and awards

Outstanding Production Best Director
Best Actor Best Actress
Best Story Best Adapted Screenplay
Best Cinematography Best Art Direction
Best Sound Recording Best Assistant Director
Best Live Action Short Film, Comedy Best Live Action Short Film, Novelty
Best Animated Short Film
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Awards

Contents

  • Awards 1
  • Multiple nominations and awards 2
  • Scientific or Technical Awards 3
    • Class II Awards 3.1
    • Class III Awards 3.2
  • See also 4
  • Notes and references 5

This was the last time that no film had more than four nominations.

This was the last time that the Oscars' eligibility period was spread over two different calendar years, creating the longest time frame for which films could be nominated: the year and a half from August 1, 1932 to December 31, 1933.

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