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May 16, 1929, 1-st Academy Awards – Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel, Blossom Room – Best picture: Wings (Paramount Famous Lasky)

April 3, 1930, 2-nd Academy Awards – Ambassador Hotel, Cocoanut Grove – Best picture: The Broadway Melody (MGM)

November 5, 1930, 3-rd Academy Awards – Ambassador Hotel, Fiesta Room – Best picture: All Quiet on the Western Front (Universal)

November 10, 1931, 4-th Academy Awards – Biltmore Hotel, Sala D’oro – Best picture: Cimarron (RKO Radio)

November 18, 1932, 5-th Academy Awards – Ambassador Hotel, Fiesta Room – Best picture: Grand Hotel (MGM)

March 16, 1934, 6-th Academy Awards – Ambassador Hotel, Fiesta Room – Best picture: Cavalcade (Fox)

February 27, 1935, 7-th Academy Awards – Biltmore Hotel, Biltmore Bowl – Best picture: It Happened One Night (Columbia)

March 5, 1936, 8-th Academy Awards – Biltmore Hotel, Biltmore Bowl – Best picture: Mutiny on the Bounty (MGM)

March 4, 1937, 9-th Academy Awards – Biltmore Hotel, Biltmore Bowl – Best picture: The Great Ziegfield (MGM)

March 10, 1938, 10-th Academy Awards – Biltmore Hotel, Biltmore Bowl – Best picture: The Life of Emile Zola (Warner Bros.)

February 23, 1939, 11-th Academy Awards – Biltmore Hotel, Biltmore Bowl – Best picture: You can’t Take it With You (Columbia)

February 29, 1940, 12-th Academy Awards – Ambassador Hotel, Cocoanut Grove – Best picture: Gone with the Wind (MGM)

February 27, 1941, 13-th Academy Awards – Biltmore Hotel, Biltmore Bowl – Best picture: Rebecca (United Artists)

February 26, 1942, 14-th Academy Awards – Biltmore Hotel, Biltmore Bowl – Best picture: How Green Was My Valley (20th Century Fox)

March 4, 1943, 15-th Academy Awards – Ambassador Hotel, Cocoanut Grove – Best picture: Mr. Miniver (MGM)

March 2, 1944, 16-th Academy Awards – Grauman’s Chinese Theatre – Best picture: Casablanca (Warner Bros.)

March 15, 1945, 17-th Academy Awards – Grauman’s Chinese Theatre – Best picture: Going My Way (Paramount)

March 7, 1946, 18-th Academy Awards – Grauman’s Chinese Theatre – Best picture: The Lost Weekend (Paramount)

March 13, 1947, 19-th Academy Awards – Shrine Civic Auditorium – Best picture: The Best Years of Our lives (Goldwyn, RKO Radio)

March 20, 1948, 20-th Academy Awards – Shrine Civic Auditorium – Best picture: Gentleman’s Agreement (20th Century Fox)

March 24, 1949, 21-st Academy Awards – Academy Award Theater – Best picture: Hamlet (British Studios)

March 23, 1950, 22-nd Academy Awards – RKO Pantages Theatre – Best picture: All the King’s Men (Columbia)

March 29, 1951, 23-rd Academy Awards – RKO Pantages Theatre – Best picture: All About Eve (20th Century Fox)

March 20, 1952, 24-th Academy Awards – RKO Pantages Theatre – Best picture: An American in Paris (MGM)

March 19, 1953, 25-th Academy Awards – RKO Pantages Theatre – Best picture: The Greatest Show on Earth (Paramount)

March 25, 1954, 26-th Academy Awards – RKO Pantages Theatre – Best picture: From Here to Eternity (Columbia)

March 30, 1955, 27-th Academy Awards – RKO Pantages Theatre – Best picture: On The Waterfront (Columbia)

March 21, 1956, 28-th Academy Awards – RKO Pantages Theatre – Best picture: Marty (United Artists)

March 27, 1957, 29-th Academy Awards – RKO Pantages Theatre – Best picture: Around the World in 80 Days (United Artists)

March 26, 1958, 30-th Academy Awards – RKO Pantages Theatre – Best picture: The Bridge on the River Kwai (Columbia)

April 6, 1959, 31-st Academy Awards – RKO Pantages Theatre – Best picture: Gigi (MGM)

April 4, 1960, 32-nd Academy Awards – RKO Pantages Theatre – Best picture: Ben-Hur (MGM)

April 17, 1961, 33-rd Academy Awards – Santa Monica Civic Auditorium – Best picture: The Apartment (United Artists)

April 9, 1962, 34-th Academy Awards – Santa Monica Civic Auditorium – Best picture: West Side Story (United Artists)

April 8, 1963, 35-th Academy Awards – Santa Monica Civic Auditorium – Best picture: Lawrence of Arabia (British Studios)

April 13, 1964, 36-th Academy Awards – Santa Monica Civic Auditorium – Best picture: Tom Jones (United Artists)

April 5, 1965, 37-th Academy Awards – Santa Monica Civic Auditorium – Best picture: My Fair Lady (Warner Bros.)

April 18, 1966, 38-th Academy Awards – Santa Monica Civic Auditorium – Best picture: The Sound of Music (20th Century Fox)

April 10, 1967, 39-th Academy Awards – Santa Monica Civic Auditorium – Best picture: A Man for All Seasons (Columbia)

April 10, 1968, 40-th Academy Awards – Santa Monica Civic Auditorium – Best picture: In The Heat of the Night (United Artists)

April 14, 1969, 41-st Academy Awards – Dorothy Chandler Pavilion – Best picture: Oliver! (Columbia)

April 7, 1970, 42-nd Academy Awards – Dorothy Chandler Pavilion – Best picture: Midnight Cowboy (United Artists)

April 15, 1971, 43-rd Academy Awards – Dorothy Chandler Pavilion – Best picture: Patton (20th Century Fox)

April 10, 1972, 44-th Academy Awards – Dorothy Chandler Pavilion – Best picture: The French Connection (20th Century Fox)

March 27, 1973, 45-th Academy Awards – Dorothy Chandler Pavilion – Best picture: The Godfather (Paramount)

April 2, 1974, 46-th Academy Awards – Dorothy Chandler Pavilion – Best picture: The Sting (Universal)

April 8, 1975, 47-th Academy Awards – Dorothy Chandler Pavilion – Best picture: The Godfather Part II (Paramount)

March 29, 1976, 48-th Academy Awards – Dorothy Chandler Pavilion – Best picture: One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest (United Artists)

March 28, 1977, 49-th Academy Awards – Dorothy Chandler Pavilion – Best picture: Rocky (United Artists)

April 3, 1978, 50-th Academy Awards – Dorothy Chandler Pavilion – Best picture: Annie Hall (United Artists)

April 3, 1979, 51-st Academy Awards – Dorothy Chandler Pavilion – Best picture: The Deer Hunter (Universal)

April 14, 1980, 52-nd Academy Awards – Dorothy Chandler Pavilion – Best picture: Kramer vs Kramer (Columbia)

March 31, 1981, 53-rd Academy Awards – Dorothy Chandler Pavilion – Best picture: Ordinary people (Paramount)

April 11, 1983, 55-th Academy Awards – Dorothy Chandler Pavilion – Best picture: Ghandi (Columbia)

April 09, 1984, 56-th Academy Awards – Dorothy Chandler Pavilion – Best picture: Terms of Endearment (Paramount)

March 25, 1985, 57-th Academy Awards – Dorothy Chandler Pavilion – Best picture: Amadeus (Barrandov Studios)

March 24, 1986, 58-th Academy Awards – Dorothy Chandler Pavilion – Best picture: Out of Africa (Universal)

March 30, 1987, 59-th Academy Awards – Dorothy Chandler Pavilion – Best picture: Platoon (Orion)

April 11, 1988, 60-th Academy Awards – Shrine Civic Auditorium – Best picture: The Last Emperor (Columbia)

March 29, 1989, 61-st Academy Awards – Shrine Civic Auditorium – Best picture: Rain Man (United Artists)

March 26, 1990, 62-nd Academy Awards – Dorothy Chandler Pavilion – Best picture: Driving Miss Daisy (Warner Bros.)

March 25, 1991, 63-rd Academy Awards – Shrine Civic Auditorium – Dances With Wolves (Majestic Films)

March 30, 1992, 64-th Academy Awards – Dorothy Chandler Pavilion – Best picture: The Silence of the Lambs (Orion)

March 29, 1993, 65-th Academy Awards – Dorothy Chandler Pavilion – Best picture: Unforgiven (Warner Bros.)

March 21, 1994, 66-th Academy Awards – Dorothy Chandler Pavilion – Best picture: Schindler’s List (Universal)

March 27, 1995, 67-th Academy Awards – Shrine Auditorium & Expo Center – Best picture: Forrest Gump (Paramount)

March 25, 1996, 68-th Academy Awards – Dorothy Chandler Pavilion – Best picture: Braveheart (20th Century Fox)

March 24, 1997, 69-th Academy Awards – Shrine Auditorium & Expo Center – Best picture: The English Patient (Miramax)

March 23, 1998, 70-th Academy Awards – Shrine Auditorium & Expo Center – Best picture: Titanic (20th Century Fox/Paramount)

March 21, 1999, 71-st Academy Awards – Dorothy Chandler Pavilion – Best picture: Shakespeare in Love (Universal)

March 26, 2000, 72-nd Academy Awards – Shrine Auditorium & Expo Center – Best picture: American Beauty (DreamWorks SKG)

March 25, 2001, 73-rd Academy Awards – Shrine Auditorium & Expo Center – Best picture: Gladiator (DreamWorks SKG/Universal)

March 24, 2002, 74-th Academy Awards – Kodak Theatre at Hollywood & Highland – Best picture: A Beautiful Mind (DreamWorks SKG/Universal)

March 23, 2003, 75-th Academy Awards – Kodak Theatre at Hollywood & Highland – Best picture: Chicago (Miramax)

February 29, 2004, 76-th Academy Awards – Kodak Theatre at Hollywood & Highland – Best picture: The Lord of the Rings: the Return of the King (New Line)

February 27, 2005, 77-th Academy Awards – Kodak Theatre at Hollywood & Highland – Best picture: Million Dollar Baby (Warner Bros.)

March 5, 2006, 78-th Academy Awards – Kodak Theatre at Hollywood & Highland – Best picture: Crash (Lion Gate)

February 25, 2007, 79-th Academy Awards – Kodak Theatre at Hollywood & Highland – Best picture: The Departed (Warner Bros.)

February 24, 2008, 80-th Academy Awards – Kodak Theatre at Hollywood & Highland – Best picture: No Country for Old Men (Miramax)

February 22, 2009, 81-st Academy Awards – Kodak Theatre at Hollywood & Highland – Best picture: Slumdog Millionaire (Fox Searchlight)

March 7, 2010, 82-nd Academy Awards – Kodak Theatre at Hollywood & Highland – Best picture: The Hurt Locker (Summit)

February 27, 2011, 83-rd Academy Awards – Kodak Theatre at Hollywood & Highland – Best picture: The King’s Speech (Weinstein Co.)

February 26, 2012, 84-th Academy Awards – Kodak Theatre at Hollywood & Highland – Best picture: The Artist (La Petite Reine)

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