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55th Academy Awards

Nominees

11 Gandhi

10 Tootsie

9 E. T. - The Extra-Terrestrial

7 Victor/Victoria

6 Das Boot

6 An Officer and a Gentleman

5 Sophie's Choice

5 The Verdict

4 Missing

3 Poltergeist

2 The World According to Garp

2 Annie

2 Blade Runner

2 La Traviata

2 Tron

2 Frances


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Winners

8 Gandhi

4 E. T. - The Extra-Terrestrial

2 An Officer and a Gentleman

 
Picture
E. T. - The Extra-Terrestrial - Kathleen Kennedy, Steven Spielberg
Missing - Edward Lewis, Mildred Lewis
Tootsie - Sydney Pollack, Dick Richards
Verdict, The - David Brown, Richard D. Zanuck
WinGandhi - Richard Attenborough
 
Director
Das Boot - Wolfgang Petersen
E. T. - The Extra-Terrestrial - Steven Spielberg
Tootsie - Sydney Pollack
Verdict, The - Sidney Lumet
WinGandhi - Richard Attenborough
 
Actress
Frances - Jessica Lange
Missing - Sissy Spacek
Officer and a Gentleman, An - Debra Winger
Victor/Victoria - Julie Andrews
WinSophie's Choice - Meryl Streep
 
Actor
Missing - Jack Lemmon
My Favorite Year - Peter O'Toole
Tootsie - Dustin Hoffman
Verdict, The - Paul Newman
WinGandhi - Ben Kingsley
 
Supporting Actress
Frances - Kim Stanley
Tootsie - Teri Garr
Victor/Victoria - Lesley Ann Warren
World According to Garp, The - Glenn Close
WinTootsie - Jessica Lange
 
Supporting Actor
Best Little Whorehouse in Texas, The - Charles Durning
Verdict, The - James Mason
Victor/Victoria - Robert Preston
World According to Garp, The - John Lithgow
WinOfficer and a Gentleman, An - Louis Gossett Jr.
 
Writing (Screenplay Written Directly for the Screen)
Diner - Barry Levinson
E. T. - The Extra-Terrestrial - Melissa Matheson
Officer and a Gentleman, An - Douglas Day Stewart
Tootsie - Larry Gelbart, Don McGuire, Murray Schisgal
WinGandhi - John Briley
 
Writing (Screenplay Based on Material from Another Medium)
Das Boot - Wolfgang Petersen
Sophie's Choice - Alan J. Pakula
Verdict, The - David Mamet
Victor/Victoria - Blake Edwards
WinMissing - Constantin Costa-Gavras, Donald Stewart
 
Cinematography
Das Boot - Jost Vacano
E. T. - The Extra-Terrestrial - Allen Daviau
Sophie's Choice - Nestor Almendros
Tootsie - Owen Roizman
WinGandhi - Ronnie Taylor, Billy Williams
 
Film Editing
Das Boot - Hannes Nikel
E. T. - The Extra-Terrestrial - Carol Littleton
Officer and a Gentleman, An - Peter Zinner
Tootsie - Fredric Steinkamp, William Steinkamp
WinGandhi - John Bloom
 
Art Direction - Set Decoration
Annie - Dale Hennesy, Marvin March
Blade Runner - Linda Descenna, Lawrence G. Paull, David Snyder
La Traviata - Gianni Quaranta, Franco Zeffirelli
Victor/Victoria - Harry Cordwell, Tim Hutchinson, Rodger Maus, William Craig Smith
WinGandhi - Stuart Craig, Bob Laing, Michael Seirton
 
Costume Design
La Traviata - Piero Tosi
Sophie's Choice - Albert Wolsky
Tron - Elois Jenssen, Rosanna Norton
Victor/Victoria - Patricia Norris
WinGandhi - Bhanu Athaiya, John Mollo
 
Sound
Das Boot - Milan Bor, Mike Le-Mare, Trevor Pyke
Gandhi - Jonathan Bates, Gerry Humphreys, Simon Kaye, Robin O'Donoghue
Tootsie - Dick Alexander, Les Fresholtz, Les Lazarowitz, Arthur Piantadosi
Tron - Jim La Rue, Bob Minkler, Lee Minkler, Michael Minkler
WinE. T. - The Extra-Terrestrial - Gene Cantamessa, Don Digirolamo, Robert Glass, Buzz Knudson
 
Sound Effects Editing
Das Boot - Mike Le-Mare
Poltergeist - Richard L. Anderson, Stephen Hunter Flick
WinE. T. - The Extra-Terrestrial - Ben Burtt, Charles L. Campbell
 
Visual Effects
Blade Runner - David Dryer, Douglas Trumbull, Richard Yuricich
Poltergeist - Richard Edlund, Bruce Nicholson, Michael Wood
WinE. T. - The Extra-Terrestrial - Dennis Murren, Carlo Rambaldi, Kenneth F. Smith
 
Make-Up
Gandhi - Tom Smith
WinQuest for Fire - Michele Burke, Sarah Monzani
 
Music (Original Score)
Gandhi - George Fenton, Ravi Shankar
Officer and a Gentleman, An - Jack Nitzsche
Poltergeist - Jerry Goldsmith
Sophie's Choice - Marvin Hamlisch
WinE. T. - The Extra-Terrestrial - John Williams
 
Music (Original Song Score and its Adaptation or Adaptation Score)
Annie - Ralph Burns
One From the Heart - Tom Waits
WinVictor/Victoria - Leslie Bricusse, Henry Mancini
 
Music (Song)
Best Friends - Alan Bergman, Marilyn Bergman, Michel Legrand
Rocky III - Jim Peterik, Frankie Sullivan III
Tootsie - Alan Bergman, Marilyn Bergman, Dave Grusin
Yes, Giorgio - Alan Bergman, Marilyn Bergman, John Williams
WinOfficer and a Gentleman, An - Wilbur Jennings, Jack Nitzsche, Buffy Sainte-Marie
 
Foreign Language Film
Alsino and the Condor -
Coup de Torchon (Clean Slate) -
Flight of the Eagle, The -
Private Life -
WinVolver a Empezar (To Begin Again) -
 
Short Films (Live Action)
Ballet Robotique - Bob Rogers
Silence, The - Joseph Benson, Michael Toshiyuki Uno
Split Cherry Tree - Jan Saunders
Srendi Vashtar - Andrew Birkin
WinShocking Accident, A - Christine Oestreicher
 
Short Films (Animated)
Great Cognito - Will Vinton
Snowman, The - John Coates
WinTango - Zbigniew Rybczynski
 
Documentary (Short Subjects)
Gods of Metal - Robert Richter
Klan: A Legacy of Hate in America, The - Charles E. Guggenheim, Werner Schumann
To Live or Let Die - Freida Lee Mock
Traveling Hopefully - John G. Avildsen
WinIf You Love This Planet - Edward Le Lorrain
 
Documentary (Features)
After the Axe - Sturla G. Gunnarsson, Steve Lucas
Ben's Mill - Michael Chalufour, John Karol
In Our Water - Meg Switzgable
Portrait of Giselle, A - Joseph Wishy
WinJust Another Missing Kid - John Zaritsky
Studios with most noms
Columbia 30
Universal 21
MGM 14
United Artists 14
AFD 7

Studios with most wins
Columbia 9
Universal 6
Paramount 2
20th Century Fox 1
AFD 1