Academy Awards For 1947 AKA Academy Awards 1948

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  • This was the 20th Academy Awards, held on 20th March 1948.

    "Edmund Gwen" should read Edmund Gwenn.

    jamied 17th Feb 2012
  • Thanks jamied. We've made the correction.

    What do we think of that year's winners?

    British Pathé 2nd May 2012

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