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Wilson (1944) was a Biographical - Drama Film directed by Henry King and produced by Darryl F. Zanuck.

Academy Awards 1944 --- Ceremony Number 17 (source: AMPAS)

AwardRecipientResult
Best ActorAlexander KnoxNominated
Best Art DirectionArt Direction: Wiard Ihnen; Interior Decoration: Thomas LittleWon
Best CinematographyLeon ShamroyWon
Best DirectorHenry KingNominated
Best Film EditingBarbara McLeanWon
Best Music - ScoringAlfred NewmanNominated
Best Picture20th Century-FoxNominated
Best WritingLamar TrottiWon
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The Blind Man of Seville is a crime novel in that it’s a novel about crime. However, the crimes at its focus aren’t those described on the wrapper — a series of brutal murders in modern-day Seville — but those depicted in what seems initially to be the novel’s backstory... Read full article


Recorded Live (1975, S.S. Wilson)

By Andrew Wickliffe on Jan 21, 2019 From The Stop Button

Recorded Live is a student film. So director, writer, and animator Wilson?s flat composition gets some wide latitude. He?s got this silly slapstick score on a sound picture, with John Goodwin getting hired to work at an already strange-sounding TV studio only to arrive there and discover a sack of c... Read full article


Recorded Live (1975, S.S. Wilson)

on Jan 21, 2019 From The Stop Button

Recorded Live is a student film. So director, writer, and animator Wilson?s flat composition gets some wide latitude. He?s got this silly slapstick score on a sound picture, with John Goodwin getting hired to work at an already strange-sounding TV studio only to arrive there and discover a sack of c... Read full article


Recorded Live (1975, S.S. Wilson)

on Jan 21, 2019 From The Stop Button

Recorded Live is a student film. So director, writer, and animator Wilson?s flat composition gets some wide latitude. He?s got this silly slapstick score on a sound picture, with John Goodwin getting hired to work at an already strange-sounding TV studio only to arrive there and discover a sack of c... Read full article


Recorded Live (1975, S.S. Wilson)

By Andrew Wickliffe on Jan 21, 2019 From The Stop Button

Recorded Live is a student film. So director, writer, and animator Wilson?s flat composition gets some wide latitude. He?s got this silly slapstick score on a sound picture, with John Goodwin getting hired to work at an already strange-sounding TV studio only to arrive there and discover a sack of c... Read full article


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Professor Henry Holmes: Now I know why the Democratic Party chose a jackass for a mascot.


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Facts about

The film, a pet project and labor of love for producer Darryl F. Zanuck, was a notorious box-office flop in its day, despite good reviews and several Oscar nominations including Best Picture and Best Actor, and despite the fact that when it played the Roxy in New York, it grossed more than any one movie had in a single theatre up to then. Zanuck was so heartbroken over the movie's failure that he forbade anyone who came into his presence to ever mention the film again.
Darryl F. Zanuck was so proud of the film that he ordered that the world premiere be held in Wahoo, Nebraska, Zanuck's own home town - presumably so that Zanuck could show off his pet project to the local citizens. The plan backfired; nobody in Wahoo was really interested in Woodrow Wilson, and attendance at the film's showings was extremely poor.
This was, perhaps, the only box office disaster in the history of Hollywood to have received so many Oscar nominations (10), to have won as many Oscars as it did (5), and to have received so much critical acclaim.
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