Who took home all those Oscars
Los Angeles — Veteran character actor Ralph Bellamy accepted an Honorary Award Oscar at the 59th Annual Academy Awards Monday, calling it the highlight of his 65-year career. It was his first Academy Award. He was nominated for best supporting actor for ``The Awful Truth'' in 1937. Bellamy has appeared in 103 movies, including ``Stage Door Canteen,'' ``The Court-Martial of Billy Mitchell,'' and ``Sunrise at Campobello,'' reprising his stage role as Franklin Delano Roosevelt. Also honored was producer-director Steven Spielberg, whose box-office successes have yet to win him an Oscar. He accepted the special Irving G. Thalberg Memorial Award with a call to return to literate cinema.
Here is a list of the winners:
Actress: Marlee Matlin, ``Children of a Lesser God.''
Actor: Paul Newman, ``The Color of Money.''
Supporting actress: Dianne Wiest, ``Hannah and Her Sisters.''
Supporting actor: Michael Caine, ``Hannah and Her Sisters.''
Director: Oliver Stone, ``Platoon.''
Screenplay: Woody Allen, ``Hannah and Her Sisters.''
Screenplay based on material from another medium: Ruth Prawer Jhabvala, ``A Room with a View.''
Foreign film: ``The Assault'' (The Netherlands).
Documentary features: ``Time is All You've Got''; ``Down and Out in America'' (tie).
Documentary short subject: ``Women -- For America, For the World.''
Film editing: ``Platoon.''
Makeup: ``The Fly.''
Original score: Herbie Hancock, ``Round Midnight.''
Original song: ``Take My Breath Away'' (``Top Gun'').
Animated short film: ``A Greek Tragedy.''
Live action short film: ``Precious Images.''
Sound effects: ``Aliens.''
Visual effects: ``Aliens.''
Art direction: ``A Room with a View.''
Cinematography: ``The Mission.''
Costume: ``A Room with a View.''