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"Gone with the Wind rolled up an impressive score. Comparatively unknown in this country until she appeared as Scarlet O'Hara, the English Vivien Leigh won an Academy statuette - known as an 'Oscar' - for the best performance by an actress. Honoring a Negro for for the first time, the Academy gave Hattie McDaniel another 'Oscar," voting her 'Mammy' the best supporting role by an actress. Victor Fleming's direction and the late Sidney Howard's screenplay were likewise honored, and in addition 'Wind' technicians won prizes for art direction, film editing, and color photography."

     


A Sweep at the Oscars (Newsweek Magazine, 1940)

A Sweep at the Oscars (Newsweek Magazine, 1940)

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