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The Academy Awards: The 74th Annual Academy Awards

From the Kodak Theatre in Hollywood, California.


Episode Info


Episode number: 50x1
Airdate: Sunday March 24th, 2002



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Guest Stars
Denzel Washington
As Winner: Best Actor (for 'Training Day')
Recurring
Halle Berry
As Winner: Best Actress (for 'Monster's Ball')
Recurring
Jennifer Connelly
As Winner: Best Supporting Actress (for 'A Beautiful Mind')
Recurring
Howard Shore
As Winner: Best Original Score (for 'The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the)
Recurring
Randy Newman
As Winner: Best Original Song (for 'If I Didn't Have You')
Recurring
Robert Redford
As Winner: Academy Honorary Award
Recurring
Sidney Poitier
As Winner: Academy Honorary Award
Recurring
Arthur Hiller
As Winner: Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award
Recurring
Ron Howard
As Winner: Best Picture / Best Director (for 'A Beautiful Mind')
Jim Broadbent
As Winner: Best Supporting Actor (for 'Iris')
Julian Fellowes
As Winner: Best Original Screenplay (for 'Gosford Park')
Akiva Goldsman
As Winner: Best Adapted Screenplay (for 'A Beautiful Mind')

Co-Guest Stars
Robert Altman
As Nominee: Best Picture / Best Director
Recurring
Peter Jackson
As Nominee: Best Picture / Best Director
Recurring
Ridley Scott
As Nominee: Best Director
Recurring
Russell Crowe
As Nominee: Best Actor
Recurring
Sean Penn
As Nominee: Best Actor
Recurring
Will Smith
As Nominee: Best Actor
Recurring
Judi Dench
As Nominee: Best Actress
Recurring
Nicole Kidman
As Nominee: Best Actress
Recurring
Renée Zellweger
As Nominee: Best Actress
Recurring
Sissy Spacek
As Nominee: Best Actress
Recurring
Ben Kingsley
As Nominee: Best Supporting Actor
Recurring
Ethan Hawke
As Nominee: Best Supporting Actor
Recurring
Ian McKellen
As Nominee: Best Supporting Actor
Recurring
Jon Voight
As Nominee: Best Supporting Actor
Recurring
Helen Mirren
As Nominee: Best Supporting Actress
Recurring
Kate Winslet
As Nominee: Best Supporting Actress
Recurring
Maggie Smith
As Nominee: Best Supporting Actress
Recurring
Marisa Tomei
As Nominee: Best Supporting Actress
Recurring
David Lynch
As Nominee: Best Director
Tom Wilkinson
As Nominee: Best Actor

Musical Guests
Faith Hill
As Herself ("There You'll Be")
Recurring
John Williams (3)
As Himself (Orchestral Music)
Recurring
Sting
As Himself ("Until")
Recurring
Enya
As Herself ("May It Be")
John Goodman
As Himself ("If I Didn't Have You")
Paul McCartney
As Himself ("Vanilla Sky")

Featuring
Donald Sutherland
As Announcer
Recurring
Glenn Close
As Announcer
Recurring
Ali MacGraw
As Presenter
Recurring
Barbra Streisand
As Presenter
Recurring
Ben Stiller
As Presenter
Recurring
Benicio Del Toro
As Presenter
Recurring
Cameron Diaz
As Presenter
Recurring
Charlize Theron
As Presenter
Recurring
Gwyneth Paltrow
As Presenter
Recurring
Helen Hunt
As Presenter
Recurring
Hugh Grant
As Presenter
Recurring
Hugh Jackman
As Presenter
Recurring
Jennifer Lopez
As Presenter
Recurring
Jodie Foster
As Presenter
Recurring
John Travolta
As Presenter
Recurring
Julia Roberts
As Presenter
Recurring
Kevin Spacey
As Presenter
Recurring
Kirsten Dunst
As Presenter
Recurring
Marcia Gay Harden
As Presenter
Recurring
Mel Gibson
As Presenter
Recurring
Naomi Watts
As Presenter
Recurring
Nathan Lane
As Presenter
Recurring
Owen Wilson
As Presenter
Recurring
Reese Witherspoon
As Presenter
Recurring
Ryan O'Neal
As Presenter
Recurring
Samuel L. Jackson
As Presenter
Recurring
Sandra Bullock
As Presenter
Recurring
Sharon Stone
As Presenter
Recurring
Tobey Maguire
As Presenter
Recurring
Tom Cruise
As Presenter
Recurring
Tom Hanks
As Presenter
Recurring
Woody Allen
As Presenter
Recurring
Josh Hartnett
As Presenter
Ryan Phillippe
As Presenter
Main Cast
Whoopi Goldberg
As Herself
Episode Notes
BEST PICTURE: A Beautiful Mind
BEST DIRECTOR: Ron Howard, A Beautiful Mind
BEST ACTOR: Denzel Washington, Training Day
BEST ACTRESS: Halle Berry, Monster's Ball
BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR: Jim Broadbent, Iris
BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS: Jennifer Connelly, A Beautiful Mind
BEST ANIMATED FEATURE: Shrek
BEST ORIGINAL SCREENPLAY: Julian Fellowes, Gosford Park
BEST ADAPTAD SCREENPLAY: Akiva Goldsman, A Beautiful Mind
BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY: Andrew Lesnie The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring
BEST ART/SET DECORATION: Catherine Martin (art) and Brigitte Broch (Set), Moulin Rouge!
BEST COSTUME DESIGN: Catherine Martin and Angus Strathie, Moulin Rouge!
BEST SOUND: Michael Minkler, Myron Nettinga, Chris Munro Black Hawk Down
BEST EDITING: Pietro Scalia, Black Hawk Down
BEST SOUND EFFECTS EDITING: Christopher Boyes and George Watters II, Pearl Harbor
BEST VISUAL EFFECTS: Jim Rygiel, Randall William Cook, Richard Taylor and Mark Stetson, The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring
BEST MAKEUP: Peter Owen and Richard Taylor, The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring
BEST ORIGINAL SONG: Randy Newman for "If I Didn't Have You" from Monsters, Inc
BEST ORIGINAL SCORE: Howard Shore, The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring
BEST ANIMATED SHORT FILM: For the Birds
BEST LIVE ACTION SHORT FILM: The Accountant
BEST SHORT SUBJECT DOCUMENTRY: Thoth
BEST FEATURE DOCUMENTRY: Un coupable ideal (AKA Murder on a Sunday Morning)
BEST FOREIGN LANGUAGE FILM: No Man's Land from Bosnia



Episode Quotes
Halle Berry's Oscar acceptance speech: Oh, my God. Oh, my God. I'm sorry. This moment is so much bigger than me. This moment is for Dorothy Dandridge, Lena Horne, Diahann Carroll. It's for the women that stand beside me, Jada Pinkett, Angela Bassett, Vivica Fox. And it's for every nameless, faceless woman of color that now has a chance because this door tonight has been opened. Thank you. I'm so honored. I'm so honored. And I thank the Academy for choosing me to be the vessel for which His blessing might flow. Thank you.

I want to thank my manager, Vincent Cirrincione. He's been with me for twelve long years and you fought every fight and you've loved me when I've been up, but more importantly you've loved me when I've been down. You have been a manager, a friend, and the only father I've ever known. Really. And I love you very much.

I want to thank my mom who's given me the strength to fight every single day, to be who I want to be and given me the courage to dream, that this dream might be happening and possible for me. I love you, Mom, so much. Thank you. My husband, who is just a joy of my life, and India, thank you for giving me peace because only with the peace that you've brought me have I been allowed to go to places that I never even knew I could go. Thank you. I love you and India with all my heart.

I want to thank Lions Gate. Thank you. Mike Paseornek, Tom Ortenberg for making sure everybody knew about this little tiny movie. Thank you for believing in me. Our director Marc Forster, you're a genius. You're a genius. This moviemaking experience was magical for me because of you. You believed in me; you trusted me and you gently guided me to very scary places. I thank you. I want to thank Ivana Chubic. I could have never figured out who the heck this lady was without you. I love you. Thank you. I want to thank Lee Daniels, our producer. Thank you for giving me this chance, for believing that I could do it. And now tonight I have this. Thank you.

I want to thank my agents -- CAA, Josh Lieberman especially. I have to thank my agents -- Kevin Huvane, thank you. Thank you for never kicking me out and sending me somewhere else. Thank you. I, I, I, who else? I have so many people that I know I need to thank. My lawyers -- Neil Meyer, thank you. Okay, wait a minute. I got to take...seventy-four years here!! Ok. I got to take this time! I got to thank my lawyer, Neil Meyer, for making this deal. Doug Stone. I need to thank lastly and not leastly[sic], I have to thank Spike Lee for putting me in my very first film and believing in me. Oprah Winfrey for being the best role model any girl can have. Joel Silver, thank you. And thank you to Warren Beatty. Thank you so much for being my mentors and believing in me.

Thank you! Thank you! Thank you!



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