Academy Award - Best Picture

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  1. 1928
    by William A. Wellman

  2. 1929

  3. 1930
    All Quiet on the Western Front (Universal Cinema Classics)
    by Lewis Milestone

  4. 1931
    Cimarron (Special Edition)
    by Wesley Ruggles

  5. 1932
    Grand Hotel (Snap case)
    by Edmund Goulding

  6. 1933
    by Frank Lloyd

  7. 1934
    It Happened One Night
    by Frank Capra

  8. 1935
    Mutiny on the Bounty
    by Frank Lloyd

  9. 1936
    The Great Ziegfeld
    by Robert Z. Leonard

  10. 1937
    The Life of Emile Zola (Special Edition)
    by William Dieterle

  11. 1938
    You Can't Take It With You

  12. 1939
    Gone with the Wind
    by Victor Fleming

  13. 1940
    by Alfred Hitchcock

  14. 1941
    How Green Was My Valley
    by John Ford

  15. 1942
    Mrs. Miniver
    by William Wyler

  16. 1943
    Casablanca (Snap Case)
    by Michael Curtiz

  17. 1944
    Going My Way (Universal Cinema Classics)
    by Leo McCarey

  18. 1945
    The Lost Weekend
    by Billy Wilder

  19. 1946
    The Best Years of Our Lives
    by William Wyler

  20. 1947
    Gentleman's Agreement
    by Elia Kazan

  21. 1948
    Hamlet (The Criterion Collection)
    by Laurence Olivier

  22. 1949
    All the King's Men
    by Robert Rossen

  23. 1950
    All About Eve
    by Joseph L. Mankiewicz

  24. 1951
    An American in Paris
    by Vincente Minnelli

  25. 1952
    The Greatest Show on Earth

  26. 1953
    From Here to Eternity
    by Fred Zinnemann

  27. 1954
    On the Waterfront (Special Edition)
    by Elia Kazan

  28. 1955
    by Delbert Mann

  29. 1957
    The Bridge on the River Kwai
    by David Lean

  30. 1958
    by Vincente Minnelli

  31. 1959
    by William Wyler

  32. 1960
    The Apartment
    by Billy Wilder

  33. 1961
    West Side Story
    by Jerome Robbins

  34. 1962
    Lawrence of Arabia (Single-Disc Edition)
    by David Lean

  35. 1963
    Tom Jones
    by Tony Richardson

  36. 1964
    My Fair Lady
    by George Cukor

  37. 1965

  38. 1966
    A Man for All Seasons (Special Edition)
    by Fred Zinnemann

  39. 1967
    In the Heat of the Night
    by Norman Jewison

  40. 1968
    Oliver! (1968)
    by Carol Reed

  41. 1969
    Midnight Cowboy
    by John Schlesinger

  42. 1970
    Patton (Cinema Classics Collection)
    by Franklin J. Schaffner

  43. 1971
    The French Connection (Two-Disc Collector's Edition)
    by William Friedkin

  44. 1972
    The Godfather (Widescreen Edition)
    by Francis Ford Coppola

  45. 1973
    The Sting (Universal Legacy Series)
    by George Roy Hill

  46. 1974
    The Godfather, Part II (Two-Disc Widescreen Edition)
    by Francis Ford Coppola

  47. 1975

  48. 1976
    Rocky (Two-Disc Collector's Edition)
    by John G. Avildsen

  49. 1977
    Annie Hall
    by Woody Allen

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Social Network — 3 years ago

Social Network has not won the Oscar for Best Picture and it better not.

Netflix — 3 years ago

Working my way through this list with the help of Netflix. Between ordering them or watching them on the computer right away, I hope to see them all!

Finally Finished! — 4 years ago

I had to order a very old and crappy VHS of Cavalcade from Amazon to do it – but I’m finally done (until they announce the new winner in a couple of weeks).

Untitled — 4 years ago

Thanks to whoever fixed this…I tried but the website was giving me a real hard time!!

What happened to this list? — 4 years ago

Why did someone make this 1970-Current. This was the complete Oscar Best Pic List…

SUNRISE — 5 years ago

There is talk whether Sunrise should be on this list or not and I just wanted to say that the film may or may not be considered a best picture, however seeing Sunrise would benefit you so much, a lot more than some of these other best picture winners. So see Sunrise, even if it technically belongs on this list, it should belong on the list.

Need a movies that lost list — 5 years ago

Need to make a list of the greatest movies that didn;t win Best Picture – starting with the Wizard of Oz.

Finished — 5 years ago

Finally! Wings and Cavalcade were holding me up for years on this, then finally I found them on torrents. Anyway, now I only have to watch one movie a year – just kidding, of course.

No Sunrise — 5 years ago

Sunrise won for what is basically a combination of Best Art Direction and Best Cinematography. It has no business on this list. Some hipsters lame article does not change history. Leave it off.

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