Cinema: Year's Best

At a dinner in Hollywood's Biltmore Hotel, attended by Tsar Will H. Hays, Vice President Curtis, Mrs. Dolly Gann and 2,000 others, there were read last week the annual awards of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences:

Best acting (female) Marie Dressier (Min and Bill)

Best acting (male) Lionel Barrymore (A Free Soul)

Best directing Norman Taurog (Skippy)

Best producing RKO (Cimarron)

Best story John Monk Saunders (Dawn Patrol)

Best adapting Howard Estabrook (Cimarron)

Best photography Floyd Crosby (Tabu)

Best art directing Max Ree (Cimarron)

Best sound recording Paramount

Seven years...

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