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Category Active: 1932/33 – 1937

1937 (10th)

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR

In Old Chicago – Robert Webb
The Life of Emile Zola – Russ Saunders
Lost Horizon – C. C. Coleman, Jr.
Souls at Sea – Hal Walker
A Star Is Born – Eric Stacey

1936 (9th)

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR

Anthony Adverse – William Cannon
The Charge of the Light Brigade – Jack Sullivan
The Garden of Allah – Eric G. Stacey
The Last of the Mohicans – Clem Beauchamp
San Francisco – Joseph Newman

1935 (8th)

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR

David Copperfield – Joseph Newman [2]
Les Miserables – Eric Stacey
The Lives of a Bengal Lancer – Clem Beauchamp, Paul Wing
A Midsummer Night’s Dream – Sherry Shourds [1,3]

1934 (7th)

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR

Cleopatra – Cullen Tate [1]
Imitation of Life – Scott Beal [2]
Viva Villa! – John Waters

1932/33 (6th)

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR

Percy Ikerd (Fox)
William Tummel (Fox)
Charles Dorian (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer)
Bunny Dull (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer)
John S. Waters (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer)
Charles Barton (Paramount)
Sidney S. Brod (Paramount)
Arthur Jacobson (Paramount)
Eddie Killey (RKO Radio)
Dewey Starkey (RKO Radio)
Fred Fox (United Artists)
Benjamin Silvey (United Artists)
Scott Beal (Universal)
Joe McDonough (Universal)
W. J. Reiter (Universal)
Al Alborn (Warner Bros.)
Gordon Hollingshead (Warner Bros.)
Frank X. Shaw (Warner Bros.)

ACADEMY NOTES

  1. [came in 2nd]
  2. [came in 3rd]
  3. [NOTE: THIS IS NOT AN OFFICIAL NOMINATION. Write-in candidate.]

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