Academy Award Rankings

Ranking All The Movies Nominated At The 20th Academy Awards In 1948

“What are the best movies nominated for the 20th Academy Awards in 1948?” We looked at all 60 movies nominated for an Oscar in 1948 and ranked them again one another to answer that very question!

We took all 60 movies that were nominated for an Academy Award in 1948 and looked at their Rotten Tomato Critic, Rotten Tomato User, IMDB, and Letterboxd scores, ranking them against one another to see which movies came out on top. The movies are ranked on our list below, with the full chart of rankings included at the bottom of the page. We did not use Metacritic scores because of the lack of data for older movies on that site. Metacritic scores will be included when we do rankings for other years in the future.

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The Top 1948 Academy Award Movie Rankings



57 Tie ) A Voice Is Born

Nominated For:

  • Best Short Subject, Two-reel

This Columbia short (part of their “Two-Reel Special” series) tells the story of the Hungarian tenor, Miklos Gafni, who learned to sing while being confined in a Nazi slave-labor/concentration camp during World War II, and who had just made a successful New York City concert-hall debut. Mr. Gafni sings “The Return to Sorrento,” “Vesti la Guiba,” and an Hungarian love song.



57 Tie ) Brooklyn, U.S.A.

Nominated For:

  • Best Short Subject, One-reel

1947 short film which was nominated for an Oscar in the category “Best Short Subject, One-reel”.



57 Tie ) Moon Rockets

Nominated For:

  • Best Short Subject, One-reel

This short is one of Paramount’s “Popular Science” series (number J6-5, or the fifth one of the 1946-47 production season) and begins by showing moon rockets, weighing 30 tons, a flight in the ionosphere, with mounted color cameras recording pictures hundreds of miles above the earth. Coming back to earth, it discourses on modern bathroom fixtures, and then demonstrates a one-man hay-bailer.



57 Tie ) Passport to Nowhere

Nominated For:

  • Best Documentary, Short Subjects

1947 short film that was nominated for an Oscar in the category “Best Documentary, Short Subjects”

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56 ) Fight of the Wild Stallions

Nominated For:

  • Best Short Subject, Two-reel

1947 Oscar nominated short film



54 Tie ) Give Us the Earth!

Nominated For:

  • Best Short Subject, Two-reel

This “Theater of Life” documentary was produced in cooperation with the International Committee, YMCA. It focuses on the work of Dr. Spencer Hatch, as he shows residents of small Mexican villages how to make their land better able to grow food and make them more independent.



54 Tie ) The Time, the Place and the Girl

Nominated For:

  • Best Music, Original Song

Two song-and-dance men struggle to produce a Broadway show. Director David Butler’s 1946 musical stars Dennis Morgan, Jack Carson, Martha Vickers, Janis Paige, S. Z. Sakall, Angela Greene, Florence Bates, Donald Woods, Alan Hale and Mimi Aguglia.

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53 ) Climbing the Matterhorn

Nominated For:

  • Best Short Subject, Two-reel (Win)

1947 Oscar winning short film (Best Short Subject, Two-reel)



52 ) Journey Into Medicine

Nominated For:

  • Best Documentary, Features

A documentary/recruitment film originally intended for showings outside the United States to promote careers in public health and American methods in public health education. Directed by social documentarian Willard Van Dyke, and delivered entirely in the characteristic voice-over narration of that genre, the film centers around a young doctor, who during the course of his medical residency at the New York Presbyterian Hospital becomes disillusioned with the failures of the medical profession to address larger social and environmental health factors and discovers the field of public health. The young doctor moves to Baltimore to study at the Johns Hopkins School of Hygiene and Public Health and finds his professional calling fighting a diphtheria outbreak in the poverty-stricken streets and row-houses of East Baltimore.



50 Tie ) Champagne for Two

Nominated For:

  • Best Short Subject, Two-reel

Nightclub boss Malone puts off his wedding anniversary trip because an old woman claims to have overheard plans to rob the nightclub. But the old woman, Mrs. Cowdy, has a scheme of her own.



50 Tie ) Design for Death

Nominated For:

  • Best Documentary, Features (Win)

Documentary Feature winner “Design for Death” (1947) examines Japanese culture and how it led to Japan’s role in WWII.



49 ) The World Is Rich

Nominated For:

  • Best Documentary, Features

Examination of the problems of world food distribution following WWII, outlining steps underway to deal with the problems.



48 ) Fiesta

Nominated For:

  • Best Music, Scoring of a Musical Picture

A non-aquatic change of pace: Esther Williams disguises herself in matador gear and secretly fills in for her twin matador brother (Ricardo Montalban) after he abandons the ring.

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46 Tie ) School in the Mailbox

Nominated For:

  • Best Documentary, Short Subjects

Oscar nominated 1947 short documentary



46 Tie ) So You Want to Be in Pictures

Nominated For:

  • Best Short Subject, One-reel

Aspiring actor Joe McDoakes blows his first part at Warner Brothers and has to settle for being a stand-in.

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44 Tie ) Goodbye, Miss Turlock

Nominated For:

  • Best Short Subject, One-reel (Win)

Narrator John Nesbitt laments the disappearance of the rural one-room schoolhouse in America. He reminisces about his own days as a student in such a school and how his teacher, Miss Turlock, influenced so many students. Many of them reunite at the school on Miss Turlock’s last day, when the school was closed in 1940.



44 Tie ) My Wild Irish Rose

Nominated For:

  • Best Music, Scoring of a Musical Picture

Musical biography of Irish 19th century tenor Chauncey Olcott.



42 Tie ) First Steps

Nominated For:

  • Best Documentary, Short Subjects (Win)

United Nations, 1947 – In this film one crippled child learns to walk: first to move, then to stand, and finally to take his first steps. The film deals with modern techniques of physiotherapy, and the need to develop the whole child – his emotions and his mind as well as his muscles – is stressed. Skilled adult workers offer not only massage and therapy, but also love and understanding, and occupational therapy for children and takes the form of both play and work. Movements learned become part of the daily jobs of feeding and dressing. Early attempts to walk are made with the help of apparatus. Finally the initially hesitant steps on his own are taken. As the film ends the boy walks.



42 Tie ) The Foxes of Harrow

Nominated For:

  • Best Art Direction-Set Decoration, Black-and-White

An Irish rascal and inveterate gambler uses his considerable skills at the gaming tables of New Orleans to become fabulously rich.

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41 ) A Cage of Nightingales

Nominated For:

  • Best Writing, Original Story

In France, in 1930, a supervisor of a boarding school for young offenders seeks to awaken the music by forming a choir, despite the skepticism of his boarding school director.



40 ) Mourning Becomes Electra

Nominated For:

  • Best Actor in a Leading Role
  • Best Actress in a Leading Role

Near the end of the Civil War, the proud residents of Mannon Manor await the return of shipping tycoon Ezra Mannon and son Orin. Meanwhile Ezra’s conniving wife Christine and daughter Lavinia vie for the love of a handsome captain with a dark secret while well-meaning neighbor Peter sets his sights on Lavinia.

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39 ) Now You See It

Nominated For:

  • Best Short Subject, One-reel

This Pete Smith Specialty demonstrates the uses of micro- and macrophotography. We see extreme closeups of the mechanical workings of a tiny wristwatch, the surface of a cat’s tongue, and several insects.



37 Tie ) Mother Wore Tights

Nominated For:

  • Best Cinematography, Color
  • Best Music, Original Song
  • Best Music, Scoring of a Musical Picture (Win)

In this chronicle of a vaudeville family, Myrtle McKinley (class of 1900) goes to San Francisco to attend business school, but ends up in a chorus line. Soon, star Frank Burt notices her talent, hires her for a “two-act”, then marries her. Incidents of the marriage and the growing pains of eldest daughter Miriam are followed, interspersed with nostalgic musical numbers.

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37 Tie ) The Paradine Case

Nominated For:

  • Best Actress in a Supporting Role

The beautiful Mrs. Paradine is accused of poisoning her older, blind husband. She hires married Anthony Keane as her lawyer and when he begins to fall in love with her, she encourages him.

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35 Tie ) Smash-Up: The Story of a Woman

Nominated For:

  • Best Actress in a Leading Role
  • Best Writing, Original Story

A nightclub singer uses alcohol in excess to sooth her painful life.

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35 Tie ) Tubby the Tuba

Nominated For:

  • Best Short Subject, Cartoons

In this Puppetoon animated short film (an Academy Award Best Short Subject, Cartoons nominee), Tubby the Tuba is disappointed that his sound limits what he’s permitted to do in an orchestra of self-playing instruments that, unlike him, get to play pretty melodies. A chance meeting with a bullfrog changes everything.

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34 ) The Perils of Pauline

Nominated For:

  • Best Music, Original Song

Funloving Pearl White, working in a garment sweatshop, gets her big chance when she “opens” for a delayed Shakespeare play…with a comic vaudeville performance. Her brief stage career leads her into those “horrible” moving pictures, where she comes to love the chaotic world of silent movies, becoming queen of the serials. But the consequences of movie stardom may be more than her leading man can take

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33 ) Pluto’s Blue Note

Nominated For:

  • Best Short Subject, Cartoons

Pluto wants to sing along with the birds, bee and cricket, but he is tone deaf.

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32 ) Green Dolphin Street

Nominated For:

  • Best Cinematography, Black-and-White
  • Best Effects, Special Effects (Win)
  • Best Film Editing
  • Best Sound, Recording

Sophie loved Edmund, but he left town when her parents forced her to marry wealthy Octavius. Years later, Edmund returns with his son, William. Sophie’s daughter, Marguerite, and William fall in love. Marguerite’s sister, Marianne, also loves William. Timothy, a lowly carpenter, secretly loves Marianne. He kills a man in a fight, and Edmund helps him flee to New Zealand. William deserts inadvertently from the navy, and also flees in disgrace to New Zealand, where he and Timothy start a profitable business. One night, drunk, William writes Octavius, demanding his daughter’s hand; but, being drunk, he asks for the wrong sister.

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30 Tie ) Forever Amber

Nominated For:

  • Best Music, Scoring of a Dramatic or Comedy Picture

Amber St Clair, orphaned during the English Civil War and raised by a family of farmers, aspires to be a lady of high society; when a group of cavaliers ride into town, she sneaks away with them to London to achieve her dreams.

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30 Tie ) Unconquered

Nominated For:

  • Best Effects, Special Effects

Intrepid frontiersman Chris Holden foils the political and personal ambitions of renegade Martin Garth in the Ohio Valley following the French and Indian War.

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29 ) Tweetie Pie

Nominated For:

  • Best Short Subject, Cartoons (Win)

Thomas the cat finds Tweety in the snow, warming himself by a cigar butt. Thomas’s mistress rescues the little yellow bird before her cat can devour him, but Thomas doesn’t give up.

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28 ) Song of the South

Nominated For:

  • Best Music, Original Song (Win)
  • Best Music, Scoring of a Musical Picture

Uncle Remus draws upon his tales of Brer Rabbit to help little Johnny deal with his confusion over his parents’ separation as well as his new life on the plantation.



27 ) A Double Life

Nominated For:

  • Best Actor in a Leading Role (Win)
  • Best Director
  • Best Music, Scoring of a Dramatic or Comedy Picture (Win)
  • Best Writing, Original Screenplay

A Shakespearian actor starring as Othello opposite his wife finds the character’s jealous rage taking over his mind off-stage.

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26 ) Captain from Castile

Nominated For:

  • Best Music, Scoring of a Dramatic or Comedy Picture

Spain, 1518: young caballero Pedro De Vargas offends his sadistic neighbor De Silva, who just happens to be an officer of the Inquisition. Forced to flee, Pedro, friend Juan Garcia, and adoring servant girl Catana join Cortez’ first expedition to Mexico. Arriving in the rich new land, Cortez decides to switch from exploration to conquest…with only 500 men. Embroiled in continuous adventures and a romantic interlude, Pedro almost forgets he has a deadly enemy…

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25 ) The Egg and I

Nominated For:

  • Best Actress in a Supporting Role

It tells the story of young married couple who become chicken farmers. Betty has been raised to follow her husband’s dreams with him, and Bob’s dream is to be a successful chicken farmer. The problem is their home is old and needs to be repaired and the baby chicks need constant care. When a rich single woman with a new house and new farm equipment flirts with Bob, Betty questions their decision to move to the farm in the first place.

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24 ) Chip an’ Dale

Nominated For:

  • Best Short Subject, Cartoons

Donald needs a log for his fire. Unfortunately, the one he picks is occupied by a couple of chipmunks and their stash of acorns. When he cuts it down, Chip and Dale fall out, but their acorns stay behind, so they work at putting out Donald’s fire and retrieving their stash. Donald, of course, takes this as calmly and cheerfully as you would expect.

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23 ) Boomerang!

Nominated For:

  • Best Writing, Screenplay

In a quiet Connecticut town, a kindly priest is murdered while waiting at a street corner. The citizens are horrified and demand action from the police. All of the witnesses identify John Waldron, a nervous out-of-towner, as the killer. Although Waldron vehemently denies the crime, no one will believe him. District Attorney Henry Harvey is then put on the case and faces political opposition in his attempt to prove Waldron’s innocence. Based on a true story.

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22 ) The Farmer’s Daughter

Nominated For:

  • Best Actor in a Supporting Role
  • Best Actress in a Leading Role (Win)

A Swedish-American farmer’s daughter leaves the farm to attend nursing school. Penny-less after an acquaintance steals her tuition money, she obtains a job as a household servant for congressman Glenn Morley where she finds politics and romance.

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21 ) Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Mouse

Nominated For:

  • Best Short Subject, Cartoons

Tom, sick of Jerry stealing the milk out of his bowl, poisons it. Instead of killing the mouse, the potion transforms him into a muscular beast.

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20 ) The Bachelor and the Bobby-Soxer

Nominated For:

  • Best Writing, Original Screenplay (Win)

Teenaged Susan Turner, with a severe crush on playboy artist Richard Nugent, sneaks into his apartment to model for him and is found there by her sister Judge Margaret Turner. Threatened with jail, Nugent agrees to date Susan until the crush abates. He counters Susan’s comic false sophistication by even more comic put-on teenage mannerisms, with a slapstick climax.

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19 ) Life with Father

Nominated For:

  • Best Actor in a Leading Role
  • Best Art Direction-Set Decoration, Color
  • Best Cinematography, Color
  • Best Music, Scoring of a Dramatic or Comedy Picture

In late nineteenth century New York a Wall Street broker likes to think his house runs his way, but finds himself constantly bemused at how much of what happens is down to his wife. His children are also stretching their wings, discovering girls and making money out of patent medicine selling. When it comes to light he has never been baptized and everyone starts insisting he must do so, it all starts to get a bit too much.

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17 Tie ) Possessed

Nominated For:

  • Best Actress in a Leading Role

A dazed woman walks the streets of Los Angeles looking for a man named David. After collapsing in a diner, she’s taken to the psychiatric ward of a nearby hospital. Flashbacks reveal her obsession for David as a result of borderline personality disorder which ultimately leads to murder.

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17 Tie ) T-Men

Nominated For:

  • Best Sound, Recording

Two U.S. Treasury (“T-men”) agents go undercover in Detroit, and then Los Angeles, in an attempt to break a U.S. currency counterfeiting ring.

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16 ) Road to Rio

Nominated For:

  • Best Music, Scoring of a Musical Picture

Scat Sweeney, and Hot Lips Barton, two out of work musicians, stow away on board a Rio bound ship, after accidentally setting fire to the big top of a circus. They then get mixed up with a potential suicide Lucia, who first thanks them, then unexpectedly turns them over to the ship’s captain. When they find out that she has been hypnotized, to go through a marriage of convenience, when the ship reaches Rio, the boys turn up at the ceremony, in order to stop the wedding, and to help catch the crooks.

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15 ) It Happened on Fifth Avenue

Nominated For:

  • Best Writing, Original Story

A New Yorker hobo moves into a mansion and along the way he gathers friends to live in the house with him. Before he knows it, he is living with the actual home owners.

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14 ) Crossfire

Nominated For:

  • Best Actor in a Supporting Role
  • Best Actress in a Supporting Role
  • Best Director
  • Best Picture
  • Best Writing, Screenplay

A man is murdered, apparently by one of a group of soldiers just out of the army. But which one? And why?

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13 ) Gentleman’s Agreement

Nominated For:

  • Best Actor in a Leading Role
  • Best Actress in a Leading Role
  • Best Actress in a Supporting Role
  • Best Actress in a Supporting Role (Win)
  • Best Director (Win)
  • Best Film Editing
  • Best Picture (Win)
  • Best Writing, Screenplay

A magazine writer poses as a Jew to expose anti-Semitism.

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12 ) Good News

Nominated For:

  • Best Music, Original Song

At fictitious Tait University in the Roaring 20’s, co-ed and school librarian Connie Lane falls for football hero Tommy Marlowe. Unfortunately, he has his eye on gold-digging vamp Pat McClellan. Tommy’s grades start to slip, which keeps him from playing in the big game. Connie eventually finds out Tommy really loves her and devises a plan to win him back and to get him back on the field.

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11 ) Kiss of Death

Nominated For:

  • Best Actor in a Supporting Role
  • Best Writing, Original Story

Small-time crook Nick Bianco gets caught in a jewel heist and despite urgings from well-meaning district attorney D’Angelo, refuses to rat on his partners and goes to jail, assured that his wife and children will be taken care of. Learning that his depressed wife has killed herself, Nick informs on his ex-pals and is paroled. Nick remarries, gets a job and begins leading a happy life when he learns one of the men he informed on, psychopathic killer Tommy Udo, has been released from custody and is out for revenge against Nick and his family.

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10 ) The Bishop’s Wife

Nominated For:

  • Best Director
  • Best Film Editing
  • Best Music, Scoring of a Dramatic or Comedy Picture
  • Best Picture
  • Best Sound, Recording (Win)

An Episcopal Bishop, Henry Brougham, has been working for months on the plans for an elaborate new cathedral which he hopes will be paid for primarily by a wealthy, stubborn widow. He is losing sight of his family and of why he became a churchman in the first place. Enter Dudley, an angel sent to help him. Dudley does help everyone he meets, but not necessarily in the way they would have preferred. With the exception of Henry, everyone loves him, but Henry begins to believe that Dudley is there to replace him, both at work and in his family’s affections, as Christmas approaches.

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9 ) Miracle on 34th Street

Nominated For:

  • Best Actor in a Supporting Role (Win)
  • Best Picture
  • Best Writing, Original Story (Win)
  • Best Writing, Screenplay (Win)

Kris Kringle, seemingly the embodiment of Santa Claus, is asked to portray the jolly old fellow at Macy’s following his performance in the Thanksgiving Day parade. His portrayal is so complete that many begin to question if he truly is Santa Claus, while others question his sanity.

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8 ) Ride the Pink Horse

Nominated For:

  • Best Actor in a Supporting Role

In the border town of San Pablo, preparing for an annual ‘Mexican Fiesta,’ the tough, mysterious and laconic Gagin arrives. His mission is to find the equally mysterious Frank Hugo, evidently for revenge, or is it for blackmail? FBI agent Retz is also after the elusive Hugo. Everyone in town is enigmatic, especially Pila, a mystical young woman who follows Gagin around after premonitions of his death. The story includes a classic femme fatale and an antique carousel with a pink horse.

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6 Tie ) Body and Soul

Nominated For:

  • Best Actor in a Leading Role
  • Best Film Editing (Win)
  • Best Writing, Original Screenplay

Charley Davis, against the wishes of his mother, becomes a boxer. As he becomes more successful the fighter becomes surrounded by shady characters, including an unethical promoter named Roberts, who tempt the man with a number of vices. Charley finds himself faced with increasingly difficult choices.

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6 Tie ) Odd Man Out

Nominated For:

  • Best Film Editing

Belfast police conduct a door-to-door manhunt for an IRA gunman (James Mason) wounded in a daring robbery.

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5 ) Monsieur Verdoux

Nominated For:

  • Best Writing, Original Screenplay

The film is about an unemployed banker, Henri Verdoux, and his sociopathic methods of attaining income. While being both loyal and competent in his work, Verdoux has been laid-off. To make money for his wife and child, he marries wealthy widows and then murders them. His crime spree eventually works against him when two particular widows break his normal routine.

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4 ) The Ghost and Mrs. Muir

Nominated For:

  • Best Cinematography, Black-and-White

In 1900, strong-willed widow Lucy Muir goes to live in Gull Cottage by the British seaside, even though it appears to be haunted. Sure enough, that very night she meets the ghost of crusty former owner Captain Gregg…and refuses to be scared off. Indeed, they become friends and allies, after Lucy gets used to the idea of a man’s ghost haunting her bedroom. But when a charming live man comes courting, Lucy and the captain must deal with their feelings for each other.

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3 ) Great Expectations

Nominated For:

  • Best Art Direction-Set Decoration, Black-and-White (Win)
  • Best Cinematography, Black-and-White (Win)
  • Best Director
  • Best Picture
  • Best Writing, Screenplay

In this Dickens adaptation, orphan Pip discovers through lawyer Mr. Jaggers that a mysterious benefactor wishes to ensure that he becomes a gentleman. Reunited with his childhood patron, Miss Havisham, and his first love, the beautiful but emotionally cold Estella, he discovers that the elderly spinster has gone mad from having been left at the altar as a young woman, and has made her charge into a warped, unfeeling heartbreaker.

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2 ) Black Narcissus

Nominated For:

  • Best Art Direction-Set Decoration, Color (Win)
  • Best Cinematography, Color (Win)

A group of Anglican nuns, led by Sister Clodagh, are sent to a mountain in the Himalayas. The climate in the region is hostile and the nuns are housed in an odd old palace. They work to establish a school and a hospital, but slowly their focus shifts. Sister Ruth falls for a government worker, Mr. Dean, and begins to question her vow of celibacy. As Sister Ruth obsesses over Mr. Dean, Sister Clodagh becomes immersed in her own memories of love.

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1 ) Shoeshine

Nominated For:

  • Best Writing, Original Screenplay

At a track near Rome, shoeshine boys are watching horses run. Two of the boys Pasquale, an orphan, and Giuseppe, his younger friend are riding. The pair have been saving to buy a horse of their own to ride…

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The Best 20th Academy Award Rankings



1948 Academy Award Rankings

Film RT Critic RT User IMDB Letterboxd Overal Rank
Shoeshine 1 1 1 2 1
Black Narcissus 1 3 1 1 2
Great Expectations 1 5 1 5 3
The Ghost and Mrs. Muir 1 5 5 5 4
Monsieur Verdoux 10 5 1 2 5
Body and Soul 1 3 8 7 6
Odd Man Out 1 8 8 2 6
Ride the Pink Horse 1 2 15 7 8
Miracle on 34th Street 11 8 5 7 9
The Bishop’s Wife 15 10 12 14 10
Kiss of Death 13 20 13 10 11
Good News 24 11 8 14 12
Gentleman’s Agreement 17 15 15 14 13
Crossfire 16 20 15 11 14
It Happened on Fifth Avenue 24 17 11 11 15
Road to Rio 1 17 19 28 16
Possessed 13 17 24 14 17
T-Men 1 23 30 14 17
Life with Father 12 12 19 28 19
The Bachelor and the Bobby-Soxer 19 12 19 24 20
Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Mouse 24 37 5 11 21
The Farmer’s Daughter 24 12 15 28 22
Boomerang! 20 27 24 14 23
Chip an’ Dale 24 37 13 14 24
The Egg and I 24 15 24 28 25
Captain from Castile 24 29 30 14 26
A Double Life 21 25 28 24 27
Song of the South 22 24 19 38 28
Tweetie Pie 24 37 19 24 29
Forever Amber 23 33 37 14 30
Unconquered 24 28 28 28 30
Green Dolphin Street 24 22 34 28 32
Pluto’s Blue Note 24 37 34 14 33
The Perils of Pauline 24 34 30 24 34
Smash-Up: The Story of a Woman 24 30 42 28 35
Tubby the Tuba 24 37 24 39 35
Mother Wore Tights 24 26 37 39 37
The Paradine Case 17 32 42 35 37
Now You See It 24 37 30 39 39
Mourning Becomes Electra 24 31 42 35 40
A Cage of Nightingales 24 37 36 39 41
First Steps 24 37 37 39 42
The Foxes of Harrow 24 37 37 39 42
Goodbye, Miss Turlock 24 37 41 39 44
My Wild Irish Rose 24 36 42 39 44
School in the Mailbox 24 37 42 39 46
So You Want to Be in Pictures 24 37 42 39 46
Fiesta 24 35 53 35 48
The World Is Rich 24 37 48 39 49
Champagne for Two 24 37 49 39 50
Design for Death 24 37 49 39 50
Journey Into Medicine 24 37 51 39 52
Climbing the Matterhorn 24 37 52 39 53
Give Us the Earth! 24 37 53 39 54
The Time, the Place and the Girl 24 37 53 39 54
Fight of the Wild Stallions 24 37 56 39 56
A Voice Is Born 24 37 57 39 57
Brooklyn, U.S.A. 24 37 57 39 57
Moon Rockets 24 37 57 39 57
Passport to Nowhere 24 37 57 39 57

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