Academy Awards 1931
BEST PICTURE - Cimarron
Cimarron - Released February 9, 1931. Directed by Wesley Ruggles
Cimarron also nominated for Best Director (Wesley Ruggles), Best Actor (Richard Dix), Best Actress (Irene Dunne), Best Sound Recording (RKO Radio Studio Sound Department), and Best Cinematography (Edward Cronjager).
Best Actor 1931: Lionel Barrymore
A Free Soul - Released June 20, 1931. Directed by Clarence Brown.
Best Actress 1931: Marie Dressler
Min and Bill - Released November 29, 1930. Directed by George W. Hill
The Academy Awards
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