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The Academy Awards: The 75th Annual Academy Awards

From the Kodak Theatre in Hollywood, California.


Episode Info


Episode number: 51x1
Airdate: Sunday March 23rd, 2003



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Guest Stars
Adrien Brody
As Winner: Best Actor (for 'The Pianist')
Recurring
Nicole Kidman
As Winner: Best Actress (for 'The Hours')
Recurring
Chris Cooper
As Winner: Best Supporting Actor (for 'Adaptation')
Recurring
Catherine Zeta Jones
As Winner: Best Supporting Actress (for 'Chicago')
Recurring
Elliot Goldenthal
As Winner: Best Original Score (for 'Frida')
Recurring
Martin Richards
As Winner: Best Picture (for 'Chicago')
Roman Polanski
As Winner: Best Director (for 'The Pianist')
Pedro Almodovar
As Winner: Best Original Screenplay (for 'Talk to Her')
Ronald Harwood
As Winner: Best Adapted Screenplay (for 'The Pianist')
Eminem
As Winner: Best Original Song (for '8 Mile')
Jeff Bass (2)
As Winner: Best Original Song (for '8 Mile')
Luis Resto
As Winner: Best Original Song (for '8 Mile')
Peter O'Toole
As Himself - Honorary Award Recipient

Co-Guest Stars
Daniel Day-Lewis
As Nominee: Best Actor
Recurring
Jack Nicholson
As Nominee: Best Actor
Recurring
Michael Caine
As Nominee: Best Actor
Recurring
Nicolas Cage
As Nominee: Best Actor
Recurring
Diane Lane
As Nominee: Best Actress
Recurring
Julianne Moore
As Nominee: Best Actress / Best Supporting Actress
Recurring
Renée Zellweger
As Nominee: Best Actress
Recurring
Salma Hayek
As Nominee: Best Actress
Recurring
Christopher Walken
As Nominee: Best Supporting Actor
Recurring
Ed Harris
As Nominee: Best Supporting Actor
Recurring
Paul Newman
As Nominee: Best Supporting Actor
Recurring
Kathy Bates
As Nominee: Best Supporting Actress
Recurring
Meryl Streep
As Nominee: Best Supporting Actress
Recurring
Queen Latifah
As Nominee: Best Supporting Actress
Recurring
John C. Reilly
As Nominee: Best Supporting Actor

Musical Guests
U2
As Themselves ("The Hands That Built America")
Recurring
Paul Simon
As Himself ("Father and Daughter")

Featuring
Barbra Streisand
As Presenter
Recurring
Ben Affleck
As Presenter
Recurring
Brendan Fraser
As Presenter
Recurring
Cameron Diaz
As Presenter
Recurring
Colin Farrell
As Presenter
Recurring
Denzel Washington
As Presenter
Recurring
Dustin Hoffman
As Presenter
Recurring
Geena Davis
As Presenter
Recurring
Halle Berry
As Presenter
Recurring
Harrison Ford
As Presenter
Recurring
Hilary Swank
As Presenter
Recurring
Jennifer Connelly
As Presenter
Recurring
Jennifer Garner
As Presenter
Recurring
Jennifer Lopez
As Presenter
Recurring
John Travolta
As Presenter
Recurring
Julia Roberts
As Presenter
Recurring
Julie Andrews
As Presenter
Recurring
Keanu Reeves
As Presenter
Recurring
Kirk Douglas
As Presenter
Recurring
Marcia Gay Harden
As Presenter
Recurring
Matthew McConaughey
As Presenter
Recurring
Michael Douglas
As Presenter
Recurring
Mira Sorvino
As Presenter
Recurring
Olivia de Havilland
As Presenter
Recurring
Richard Gere
As Presenter
Recurring
Sean Connery
As Presenter
Recurring
Susan Sarandon
As Presenter
Recurring
Nia Vardalos
As Presenter
Wayne Allwine
voiced Presenter (as Mickey Mouse)
Main Cast
Steve Martin
As Himself
Episode Notes
BEST PICTURE: Chicago
BEST DIRECTOR: Roman Polanski, The Pianist
BEST ACTOR: Adrien Brody, The Pianist
BEST ACTRESS: Nicole Kidman, The Hours
BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR: Chris Cooper, Adaptation
BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS: Catherine Zeta-Jones, Chicago
BEST ANIMATED FEATURE: Sen to Chihiro no kamikakushi (AKA Spirted Away)
BEST ORIGINAL SCREENPLAY: Pedro Almodovar, Hable con ella (aka Talk to Her)
BEST ADAPATED SCREENPLAY: Ronald Harwood, The Pianist
BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY: Conrad L. Hall, Road to Perdition
BEST ART DIRECTION: John Myhre (art) and Gordan Sim (set), Chicago
BEST COSTUME DESIGN: Colleen Atwood, Chicago
BEST SOUND: Michael Minkler, Dominick Tavella, David Lee, Chicago
BEST EDITING: Martin Walsh, Chicago
BEST SOUND EDITING: Ethan Van der Ryn and Mike Hopkins, Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers
BEST VISUAL EFFECTS: Jim Rygiel, Joe Letteri, Randall William Cook and Alex Funke, Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers
BEST MAKEUP: John E. Jackson and Beatrice De Alba, Frida
BEST ORIGINAL SONG: Eminem (lyrics/music), Jeff Bass (music) and Luis Resto (music) for "Lose Yourself" from 8 Mile,
BEST ORIGINAL SCORE: Elliot Goldenthal, Frida
BEST ANIMATED SHORT FILM: Chubbchubbs!
BEST FILM LIVE ACTION SHORT FILM: Der er en yndig mand
BEST SHORT SUBJECT DOCUMENTARY: Twin Towers
BEST FEATURE DOCUMENTARY: Bowling for Columbine
BEST FOREIGN LANUAGE FILM: Nirgendwo in Afrika (AKA Nowhere in Africa), Germany



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