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The Academy Awards: The 71st Annual Academy Awards

From the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion in Los Angeles, California.


Episode Info


Episode number: 47x1
Airdate: Sunday March 21st, 1999



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Guest Stars
Steven Spielberg
As Winner: Best Director (for 'Saving Private Ryan')
Recurring
Roberto Benigni
As Winner: Best Actor (for 'Life Is Beautiful')
Recurring
Gwyneth Paltrow
As Winner: Best Actress (for 'Shakespeare in Love')
Recurring
James Coburn
As Winner: Best Supporting Actor (for 'Affliction')
Recurring
Judi Dench
As Winner: Best Supporting Actress (for 'Shakespeare in Love')
Recurring
Stephen Schwartz
As Winner: Best Original Song (for 'The Prince of Egypt')
Recurring
Elia Kazan
As Winner: Academy Honorary Award
Recurring
David Parfitt
As Winner: Best Picture (for 'Shakespeare in Love')
Donna Gigliotti
As Winner: Best Picture (for 'Shakespeare in Love')
Edward Zwick
As Winner: Best Picture (for 'Shakespeare in Love')
Harvey Weinstein
As Winner: Best Picture (for 'Shakespeare in Love')
Marc Norman
As Winner: Best Picture / Best Original Screenplay (for 'Shakespeare in Love')
Tom Stoppard
As Winner: Best Original Screenplay (for 'Shakespeare in Love')
Bill Condon
As Winner: Best Adapted Screenplay (for 'Gods and Monsters')
Norman Jewison
As Winner: Irving G. Thalberg Award

Co-Guest Stars
Edward Norton
As Nominee: Best Actor
Recurring
Ian McKellen
As Nominee: Best Actor
Recurring
Tom Hanks
As Nominee: Best Actor
Recurring
Cate Blanchett
As Nominee: Best Actress
Recurring
Emily Watson
As Nominee: Best Actress
Recurring
Meryl Streep
As Nominee: Best Actress
Recurring
Billy Bob Thornton
As Nominee: Best Supporting Actor
Recurring
Ed Harris
As Nominee: Best Supporting Actor
Recurring
Geoffrey Rush
As Nominee: Best Supporting Actor
Recurring
Robert Duvall
As Nominee: Best Supporting Actor
Recurring
Brenda Blethyn
As Nominee: Best Supporting Actress
Recurring
Kathy Bates
As Nominee: Best Supporting Actress
Recurring
Lynn Redgrave
As Nominee: Best Supporting Actress
Recurring
Nick Nolte
As Nominee: Best Actor
Fernanda Montenegro
As Nominee: Best Actress
Rachel Griffiths
As Nominee: Best Supporting Actress

Musical Guests
Celine Dion
As Herself ("The Prayer")
Recurring
Randy Newman
As Himself ("That'll Do")
Recurring
Whitney Houston
As Herself ("When You Believe")
Recurring
Aerosmith
As Themselves ("I Don't Want to Miss a Thing")
Andrea Bocelli
As Himself ("The Prayer")
Mariah Carey
As Herself ("When You Believe")
Peter Gabriel
As Himself ("That'll Do")

Featuring
Andie MacDowell
As Presenter
Recurring
Anjelica Huston
As Presenter
Recurring
Annette Bening
As Presenter
Recurring
Ben Affleck
As Presenter
Recurring
Brendan Fraser
As Presenter
Recurring
Catherine Zeta Jones
As Presenter
Recurring
Chris Rock
As Presenter
Recurring
Geena Davis
As Presenter
Recurring
Goldie Hawn
As Presenter
Recurring
Harrison Ford
As Presenter
Recurring
Helen Hunt
As Presenter
Recurring
Jack Nicholson
As Presenter
Recurring
Jennifer Lopez
As Presenter
Recurring
Jim Carrey
As Presenter
Recurring
John Travolta
As Presenter
Recurring
Kevin Costner
As Presenter
Recurring
Kim Basinger
As Presenter
Recurring
Liam Neeson
As Presenter
Recurring
Liv Tyler
As Presenter
Recurring
Martin Scorsese
As Presenter
Recurring
Matt Damon
As Presenter
Recurring
Mike Myers
As Presenter
Recurring
Nicolas Cage
As Presenter
Recurring
Renée Zellweger
As Presenter
Recurring
Robert De Niro
As Presenter
Recurring
Robin Williams
As Presenter
Recurring
Steve Martin
As Presenter
Recurring
Uma Thurman
As Presenter
Recurring
Val Kilmer
As Presenter
Recurring
Andy Garcia
As Presenter
Christina Ricci
As Presenter
Colin Powell
As Presenter
Lisa Kudrow
As Presenter
Patrick Stewart
As Presenter
Main Cast
Whoopi Goldberg
As Herself
Episode Notes
BEST PICTURE: Shakespeare in Love
BEST DIRECTOR: Steven Spielberg, Saving Private Ryan
BEST ACTOR: Roberto Benigni, La Vita e bella (aka Life is Beautiful)
BEST ACTRESS: Gwyneth Paltrow, Shakespeare in Love
BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR: James Coburn, Affliction
BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS: Judi Dench, Shakespeare In Love
BEST ORIGINAL SCREENPLAY: Marc Norman and Tom Stoppard, Shakespeare in Love
BEST ADAPTED SCREENPLAY: Bill Condon, Gods and Monsters
BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY: Janusz Kaminski, Saving Private Ryan
BEST ART/SET DIRECTION: Martin Childs and Jill Quertier, Shakespeare in Love
BEST COSTUME DESIGN: Sandy Powell, Shakespeare in Love
BEST SOUND: Gary Rydstrom, Gary Summers, Andy Nelson and Ron Judkins, Saving Private Ryan
BEST FILM EDITING: Michael Kahn, Saving Private Ryan
BEST SOUNG EFFECTS EDITING: Gary Rydstrom and Richard Hymns, Saving Private Ryan
BEST VISUAL EFFECTS: Joel Hynek, Nicholas Brooks, Stuart Robertson and Kevin Scott Mack, What Dreams May Come
BEST MAKEUP: Jenny Shircore, Elizabeth
BEST ORIGINAL SONG: "When You Believe" by Stephen Swartz from The Prince of Egypt
BEST ORIGINAL SCORE (Dramatic): Nicola Piovani, La Vita e bella (aka Life is Beauitful)
BEST ORIGINIAL SCORE (Comedy): Stephen Warbeck, Shakespeare in Love
BEST ANIMATED SHORT FILM: Bunny
BEST LIVE ACTION SHORT FILM: Valgaften (aka Election Night)
BEST SHORT SUBJECT DOCUMENTARY: The Personals
BEST FEATURE DOCUMENTARY: The Last Days
BEST FOREIGN LANUAGE FILM: La Vita e Bella (aka Life is Beautiful) from Italy

This years marks the first time the Oscar's are held on a Sunday.



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