Warren Beatty and Natalie Woods
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beautiful people: Warren Beatty and Natalie Wood (1962)
IlPost - Warren Beatty e Natalie Wood - Gli attori americani Warren Beatty e Natalie Wood alla cerimonia di consegna degli Oscar a Hollywood, California, 11 aprile 1962. (William Lovelace/Express/Getty Images)
Two of this year's Oscar Best Picture nominees - The Artist and Hugo - pay tribute to Hollywood's golden age. In this picture gallery, we look back at the glamour of Tinseltown at its tinsliest.
Robert and Rosemarie Stack
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Oscars glamour in Hollywood 1967
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Elisabeth Taylor (1932-2011) Mujer de belleza espectacular y extraordinarias dotes interpretativas Diva de Divas
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Liz Taylor at the 1967 Academy Awards with her Oscar for Best Actress, for "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?" | http://www.pinterest.com/dentjoann/liz-taylor/
2/19/14 5:31a The Academy Awards 1967: Elizabeth Taylor holding her Best Actress Oscar for her role in "Who’s afraid of Virginia Woolf?" 1966. Presenter: Lee Marvin Accepting for Elizabeth Taylor: Anne Bancroft
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1954: Donna Reed signs an autograph while holding her Best Supporting Actress Oscar which she received for From Here to Eternity
Gregory Peck, Sophia Loren, Joan Crawford and Maximillian Schell
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Gregory Peck, Sophia Loren, Joan Crawford and Fernando Lamas stand backstage at the Academy Awards on April 8, 1963. Both Peck and Crawford hold Oscar statuettes. Peck won Best Actor for "To Kill a Mockingbird." Crawford accepted the Best Actress award for Anne Bancroft for "The Miracle Worker".
Barry Fitzgerald and Bing Crosby
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1945 Oscars: Barry Fitzgerald, Best Supporting Actor for "Going My Way" (1944); Bing Crosby, Best Actor for "Going My Way" (1944)
8/27/14 2:11a The Academy Awards Ceremony 1945: Barry Fitzgerald Best Supporting Actor Oscar and Bing Crosby Best Actor Oscar for ''Going My Way'' 1944. Mine is Bigger than Yours
1940's - Bing Crosby and co-star Barry Fitzgerald with their Oscars from the 1944 film “Going My Way.”
Barry Fitzgerald and Bing Crosby, Oscar winners in 1945.
Bing Crosby, right, and co-star Barry Fitzgerald find a reason to celebrate after the 1945 awards ceremony. They won the best actor and best...
Ingrid Bergman and Jennifer Jones
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American actress Jennifer Jones (1919-2009)with the Best Actress Oscar she won for her performance in 'Song of Bernadette'. She is with Swedish film star Ingrid Bergman (1915-1982).
Best Actress Winners' Oscars Gowns - Oscars Dresses Throughout History...Ingrid Bergman and Jennifer Jones, 1944 Jones (right) won her Academy Award for her performance in The Song of Bernadette. Bergman won for Gaslight in 1945.
Ingrid Bergman and Jennifer Jones, 1944 Jones (right) won her Academy Award for her performance in The Song of Bernadette. Bergman won for Gaslight in 1945.
James Stewart and Ginger Rogers
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On Feb 27th in 1941, 73 years ago - Jimmy Stewart won his Oscar for "The Philadelphia Story" - Best Actress that year went to Ginger Rogers for her role in "Kitty Foyle" -- the Academy Awards for 2014 will broadcast this coming Sunday, 3-2-2014 - check your local listings as they say!
American actors James Stewart (1908 - 1997) and Ginger Rogers (1911 - 1995), arms locked and Oscars in hand, gaze into each other's eyes at the 1940 Academy Awards banquet, Los Angeles, California, February 27, 1941. Stewart won Best Actor in a Leading Role for his performance in 'The Philadelphia Story' while Rogers won Best Actress in a Leading Role for her performance in 'Kitty Foyle: The Natural History of a Woman.'
Olivia de Havilland
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2/05/2014 12:57pm The Academy Awards Ceremony 1947: Olivia de Havilland Best Actress Oscar for "To Each His Own" 1946 Presenter: Ray Milland .
1947: Olivia de Havilland, To Each His Own, in Ann Lowe.
The great, inimitable Charlie Chaplin — who had been living in self-imposed exile in Switzerland for two decades — blows a kiss to the crowd while accepting an honorary Oscar in 1972 for "the incalculable effect he has had in making motion pictures the art form of this century." When he was introduced to the audience, Chaplin received a twelve-minute standing ovation.
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The great, inimitable Charlie Chaplin — who had been living in self-imposed exile in Switzerland for two decades — blows a kiss to the crowd while accepting an honorary Oscar in 1972 for "the incalculable effect he has had in making motion pictures the art form of this century." When he was introduced to the audience, Chaplin received a <i>12-minute</i> standing ovation.
My mother said: charlie chaplin, oscars 1972. I watched this on tv and cried. Because our country kicked him out and because I felt so fortunate to be alive at the same time he was and to see this piece of history. He was a gracious man.
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Producer Buddy Adler's Academy Award for From Here to Eternity stands amid hats in the coat check room at Romanoff's restaurant in Beverly Hills during an Oscars after-party in 1954.
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Romanoff’s coatcheck- 1954
Great photo by LIFE! Producer Buddy Adler's Academy Award for From Here to Eternity stands amid hats in the coat check room at Romanoff's restaurant in Beverly Hills during an Oscars after-party in 1954.
Buddy Adler's Oscar for Best Picture for "From Here To Eternity" rests in the hat check at Romanoff's while he parties the night away in 1953.
Frank Sinatra and Donna Reed hold their Oscars as Best Supporting Actor and Actress in From Here to Eternity — a film that won eight statuettes in 1954, including Best Picture.
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Actors Frank Sinatra & Donna Reed (R) holding Oscars while posing w. presenter, actress Mercedes McCambridge, for Best Supporting Actors in the movie -From Here to Eternity- at the 26th Annual Academy Awards Ceremony . Los Angeles . April 1954 . Photo by George Silk
Marlon Brando (right, with French singer and actress Line Renaud) casually holds his Best Actor Oscar for On The Waterfront at the 1955 Academy Awards at the RKO Pantages Theatre.
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Presenters Ginger Rogers and George Murphy dance together while holding an Oscar backstage at the RKO Pantages Theatre in 1950.
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The one and only Audrey Hepburn cradles the Oscar she won for her role in Roman Holiday.
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I know that many people adore various Hollywood starlets but I've always admires Audrey Hepburn. She's a beautiful actress and even more beautiful human being. She sought to make the world a better place.
LIFE goes to the Oscars: classic photos from Hollywood’s biggest night. Here Audrey Hepburn cradles the Academy Award she won for her role in Roman Holiday. (Photo: Ralph Morse—Time & Life Pictures/Getty Images)
At the 1942 Academy Awards, Joan Fontaine gazes at the Best Actress Oscar she won for her role in Suspicion — an achievement that made her, incredibly, the only actor or actress to ever win an Oscar for a performance in an Alfred Hitchcock film.
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At the 1942 Academy Awards, Joan Fontaine gazes at the Best Actress Oscar she won for her role in Suspicion — an achievement that made her, incredibly, the only actor or actress to ever win an Oscar for a performance in an Alfred Hitchcock film. Read more: The Oscars: Classic LIFE Photos From Hollywood’s Biggest Night | LIFE.com
1942 Oscars: Joan Fontaine, Best Actress for "Suspicion" (1941)
Natalie Wood and Warren Beatty, co-stars in the Elia Kazan-directed romantic drama, Splendor in the Grass, attend the 1962 Academy Awards.
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Natalie Wood and Warren Beatty attending the 1962 Academy Awards, photographed by Allan Grant for LIFE magazine.
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John Wayne (whose image is being projected on the huge screen) accepts the Best Director Oscar from Olivia DeHavillan for an absent John Ford during the 25th annual Academy Awards in 1953 — the first year the ceremony was televised.
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Presenters Audrey Hepburn and Grace Kelly wait backstage at the RKO Pantages Theatre during the 1956 Academy Awards.
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#AudreyHepburn and #GraceKelly : Photo by Allan Grant, 1956 Backstage at the Academy Awards, two past Best Actress winners, Audrey Hepburn and Grace Kelly, await their turns to present.
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Two of my favorite all time style icons... Audrey and Grace: Photo by Allan Grant, 1956 Backstage at the Academy Awards, two past Best Actress winners, Audrey Hepburn and Grace Kelly, await their turns to present.
Natalie Wood, Best Actress nominee for her role as Deanie Loomis in Splendor in the Grass, gets her hair done prior to the 1962 Academy Awards.
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Humphrey Bogart and his wife Lauren Bacall arrive at the 27th annual Academy Awards at the RKO Pantages Theater in 1955
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vintage everyday: Interesting Old Oscar Photos Humphrey Bogart and his wife Lauren Bacall arrive at the 27th annual Academy Awards at the RKO Pantages Theater in 1955.
Television actress Sandra White laughs while arriving late at the 1953 Academy Awards.
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Sandra White arrives late for the 1953 Oscar Awards
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Sandra White arriving late to the 1953 academy awards
Kirk Douglas, elegant in white tie, smiles and waves as he enters the RKO Pantages Theatre in 1954.
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Hollywood royalty: Kirk Douglas looks dapper as he arrives in his tuxedo to celebrate Oscars night - he was nominated three times but never won. He was finally given honorary Academy Award in 1996 for his contribution to the movie industry
Oscars: Classic Photos From Hollywood’s Biggest Night | LIFE.com Kirk Douglas, elegant in white tie, smiles and waves as he enters the RKO Pantages Theatre in 1954
Kirk Douglas, elegant in white tie, smiles and waves as he enters the RKO Pantages Theatre in 1954. inShare47 Share on Tumblr Celebrity 1942 1972 Audrey Hepburn. Marlon Brando. Elizabeth Taylor. Kirk Douglas. Grace Kelly. Bogart and Bacall … you get the picture. And during the Golden Age of Hollywood, when it came to the Academy Awards, LIFE got the picture, too, again and again. In fact, from the red carpet to the stage to the after-parties (where tuxedos and gowns were de rigueur) t
Grace Kelly and Clark Gable arrive at the 26th annual Academy Awards at the RKO Pantages Theatre in 1954.
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21 Vintage Couples on the Oscars Red Carpet - Grace Kelly, Clark Gable, Hugh Grant, Elizabeth Hurley
Oscars: Classic Photos From Hollywood’s Biggest Night | LIFE.com Grace Kelly and Clark Gable arrive at the 26th annual Academy Awards at the RKO Pantages Theatre in 1954.
Elizabeth Taylor walks through a crowd of admirers at the Oscars in 1961 — the year she won her first Academy Award, for her role in Butterfield 8.