May 11, 1927 in California, was founded the American Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. The Academy was conceived as an organization of professionals, volunteer, dedicated to the advancement of cinema. But above all, the Academy is known around the world for her to set up an annual award "Oscar" - the most prestigious film awards.
Frank Sinatra and Donna Reed Oscar as best actor and actress for her role in From Here to Eternity, which won the 8 statuettes in 1954.
In 1942, Joan Fontaine was awarded the Oscar for her role in Suspicion. She is the only actress who gets an Oscar for the film by Alfred Hitchcock.
Ginger Rogers and George Murphy dancing behind the scenes, keeping an Oscar before declaring the winner, 1950.
Edinstvennvy Oscar for her role as Audrey Hepburn in the film Roman Holiday.
Shirley MacLaine in his image.
Kirk Douglas and Burt Lancaster with choreographer Jack Cole rehearsing their dance number to the song "It's Great Not to Be Nominated" 1958.
In the home of the Academy Awards in 1958godu, Janet Lee and Shirley MacLaine on raspevki.
Natalie Wood and Warren Beatty in 1962.
Natalie Wood, nominated in 1962 for Best Actress Deanie Loomis in the film Splendor in the Grass straightens your hair before going out.
John Wayne-John Wayne (whose image is projected on a huge screen) accepts the award Oscar nomination for Best Director John Ford's 25 annual awards in 1953 - This year's ceremony was televised for the first time.
Marlon Brando in 1955.
Oscar producer Buddy Adler in the dressing room for the film "From Here to Eternity" 1954.
"The King of Hollywood" Clark Gable - talking to the music group during a break in rehearsals in 1958.
Clark Gable receives written instructions of doing the Oscars.
Shirley MacLaine at a rehearsal with the orchestra in 1958.
Elizabeth Taylor goes through the crowd of fans. In this Oscar in 1961, she received her first Academy Award, for her role in Butterfield.
Kirk Douglas, elegant as ever 1954.
Humphrey Bogart and his wife Lauren Bacall in 1955.
Grace Kelly and Clark Gable in 1954.
Zsa Zsa Gabor in rehearsal 1958 Oscars.
Mae West and Rock Hudson flirt during a rehearsal of Oscar 1958.
Clark Gable and Burt Lancaster assess the stage design of the visual ryada.1958g.
Bob Hope. 1958.
Audrey Hepburn and Grace Kelly waiting backstage waiting for its release to announce the winner in 1956.
TV actress Sandra White is late for the opening of an Oscar in 1953