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The Academy Awards: The 72nd Annual Academy Awards

From the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, California.


Episode Info


Episode number: 48x1
Airdate: Sunday March 26th, 2000



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Guest Stars
Kevin Spacey
As Winner: Best Actor (for 'American Beauty')
Recurring
Hilary Swank
As Winner: Best Actress (for 'Boys Don't Cry')
Recurring
Michael Caine
As Winner: Best Supporting Actor (for 'The Cider House Rules')
Recurring
Angelina Jolie
As Winner: Best Supporting Actress (for 'Girl, Interrupted')
Recurring
Phil Collins
As Winner: Best Original Song (for 'Tarzan')
Recurring
Warren Beatty
As Winner: Irving G. Thalberg Award
Recurring
Bruce Cohen
As Winner: Best Picture (for 'American Beauty')
Dan Jinks
As Winner: Best Picture (for 'American Beauty')
Sam Mendes
As Winner: Best Director (for 'American Beauty')
Alan Ball
As Winner: Best Original Screenplay (for 'American Beauty')
John Irving
As Winner: Best Adapted Screenplay (for 'The Cider House Rules')

Co-Guest Stars
Spike Jonze
As Nominee: Best Director
Recurring
Denzel Washington
As Nominee: Best Actor
Recurring
Russell Crowe
As Nominee: Best Actor
Recurring
Sean Penn
As Nominee: Best Actor
Recurring
Annette Bening
As Nominee: Best Actress
Recurring
Julianne Moore
As Nominee: Best Actress
Recurring
Meryl Streep
As Nominee: Best Actress
Recurring
Jude Law
As Nominee: Best Supporting Actor
Recurring
Tom Cruise
As Nominee: Best Supporting Actor
Recurring
Catherine Keener
As Nominee: Best Supporting Actress
Recurring
Samantha Morton
As Nominee: Best Supporting Actress
Recurring
Lasse Hallstrom
As Nominee: Best Director
M. Night Shyamalan
As Nominee: Best Director
Michael Mann
As Nominee: Best Director
Richard Farnsworth
As Nominee: Best Actor
Janet McTeer
As Nominee: Best Actress
Haley Joel Osment
As Nominee: Best Supporting Actor
Michael Clarke Duncan
As Nominee: Best Supporting Actor
Chloë Sevigny
As Nominee: Best Supporting Actress
Toni Collette
As Nominee: Best Supporting Actress

Musical Guests
Faith Hill
As Herself (Multiple songs)
Recurring
Gloria Estefan
As Herself ("Music of My Heart")
Recurring
Randy Newman
As Himself ("When She Loved Me")
Recurring
Robin Williams
As Himself ("Blame Canada")
Recurring
Aimee Mann
As Herself ("Save Me")
Sarah McLachlan
As Herself ("When She Loved Me")

Featuring
Angela Bassett
As Presenter
Recurring
Antonio Banderas
As Presenter
Recurring
Arnold Schwarzenegger
As Presenter
Recurring
Ashley Judd
As Presenter
Recurring
Brad Pitt
As Presenter
Recurring
Cameron Diaz
As Presenter
Recurring
Cate Blanchett
As Presenter
Recurring
Charlize Theron
As Presenter
Recurring
Cher
As Presenter
Recurring
Clint Eastwood
As Presenter
Recurring
Diane Keaton
As Presenter
Recurring
Drew Barrymore
As Presenter
Recurring
Edward Norton
As Presenter
Recurring
Ethan Hawke
As Presenter
Recurring
Gwyneth Paltrow
As Presenter
Recurring
Jack Nicholson
As Presenter
Recurring
James Coburn
As Presenter
Recurring
Jane Fonda
As Presenter
Recurring
Judi Dench
As Presenter
Recurring
Keanu Reeves
As Presenter
Recurring
Mel Gibson
As Presenter
Recurring
Mike Myers
As Presenter
Recurring
Penélope Cruz
As Presenter
Recurring
Roberto Benigni
As Presenter
Recurring
Samuel L. Jackson
As Presenter
Recurring
Steven Spielberg
As Presenter
Recurring
Tobey Maguire
As Presenter
Recurring
Tommy Lee Jones
As Presenter
Recurring
Uma Thurman
As Presenter
Recurring
Winona Ryder
As Presenter
Recurring
Erykah Badu
As Presenter
Heather Graham
As Presenter
Lucy Liu
As Presenter
Mena Suvari
As Presenter
Peter Coyote
As Announcer
Thora Birch
As Presenter
Main Cast
Billy Crystal
As Himself
Episode Notes
BEST PICTURE: American Beauty
BEST DIRECTOR: Sam Mendes, American Beauty
BEST ACTOR: Kevin Spacey, American Beauty
BEST ACTRESS: Hilary Swank, Boys Don't Cry
BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR: Michael Caine, The Cider House Rules
BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS: Angelina Jolie, Girl, Interrupted
BEST ORIGINAL SCREENPLAY: Alan Ball, American Beauty
BEST ADAPTED SCREENPLAY: John Irving, The Cider House Rules
BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY: Conrad L. Hall, American Beauty
BEST ART/SET DIRECTION: Rick Heinrichs (art) and Peter Young (set), Sleepy Hollow
BEST COSTUME DESIGN: Lindy Hemming, Topsy-Turvy
BEST SOUND: John T. Reitz, Gregg Rudloff, David E. Campbell and David Lee, The Matrix
BEST EDITING: Zach Staenberg, The Matrix
BEST SOUND EFFECTS EDITING: Dane E. Davis, The Matrix
BEST VISUAL EFFECTS: John Gaeta, Janek Sirrs, Steven Courtley and Jon Thum, The Matrix
BEST MAKEUP: Christine Blundell and Trefor Proud, Topsy-Turvy
BEST ORIGINAL SONG: "You'll Be In My Heart" by Phil Collins for Tarzan
BEST ORIGINAL SCORE: John Corigliano, Le Violin Rouge (aka The Red Violin)
BEST ANIMATED SHORT FILM: The Old Man and the Sea
BEST LIVE ACTION SHORT FILM: My Mother Believes the Satan's Disciples in New York
BEST SHORT SUBJECT DOCUMENTARY: King Gump
BEST FEATURE DOCUMENTARY: One Day in September
BEST FOREIGN LANUAGE FILM: Todo sobre mi madre (aka All About My Mother) from Spain



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