Academy Award For Best Sound - 1930s

1930s

  • 1929-1930: The Big House - Douglas Shearer, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studio
    • The Case of Sergeant Grischa - John Tribby
    • The Love Parade - Franklin Hansen
    • Raffles - Oscar Lagerstrom
    • The Song of the Flame - George Groves
  • 1930-1931: Paramount Publix Studio Sound Department
    • MGM Studio Sound Department
    • RKO Radio Studio Sound Department
    • Samuel Goldwyn-United Artists Studio Sound Department
  • 1931-1932: Paramount Publix Studio Sound Department
    • MGM Studio Sound Department
    • RKO Radio Studio Sound Department
    • Walt Disney
    • Warner Bros.First National Studio Sound Department
  • 1932-1933: A Farewell to Arms - Franklin Hansen, Paramount Studio
    • 42nd Street - Nathan Levinson
    • Gold Diggers of 1933 - Nathan Levinson
    • I Am a Fugitive from a Chain Gang - Nathan Levinson
  • 1934: One Night of Love - John Livadary, Columbia Studio
    • The Affairs of Cellini - Thomas T. Moulton
    • Cleopatra - Franklin B. Hansen
    • Flirtation Walk - Nathan Levinson
    • The Gay Divorcee - Carl Dreher
    • Imitation of Life - Theodore Soderberg
    • Viva Villa! - Douglas Shearer
    • White Parade - Edmund H. Hansen
  • 1935: Naughty Marietta - Douglas Shearer, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studio
    • 1,000 Dollars a Minute - Republic Studio Sound Department
    • Bride of Frankenstein - Gilbert Kurland
    • Captain Blood - Nathan Levinson
    • The Dark Angel - Thomas T. Moulton
    • I Dream Too Much - Carl Dreher
    • The Lives of a Bengal Lancer - Franklin B. Hansen
    • Love Me Forever - John Livadary
    • Thanks a Million - E. H. Hansen
  • 1936: San Francisco - Douglas Shearer, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studio
    • Banjo on My Knee - E. H. Hansen
    • The Charge of the Light Brigade - Nathan Levinson
    • Dodsworth - Thomas T. Moulton
    • General Spanky - Elmer A. Raguse
    • Mr. Deeds Goes to Town - John Livadary
    • The Texas Rangers - Franklin B. Hansen
    • That Girl from Paris - John Aalberg
    • Three Smart Girls - Homer G. Tasker
  • 1937: The Hurricane - Thomas Moulton, United Artists Studio
    • The Girl Said No - A. E. Kaye
    • Hitting a New High - John Aalberg
    • In Old Chicago - E. H. Hansen
    • The Life of Emile Zola - Nathan Levinson
    • Lost Horizon - John Livadary
    • Maytime - Douglas Shearer
    • One Hundred Men and a Girl - Homer G. Tasker
    • Topper - Elmer A. Raguse
    • Wells Fargo - Loren L. Ryder
  • 1938: The Cowboy and the Lady - Thomas Moulton, United Artists Studio
    • Army Girl - Charles L. Lootens
    • Four Daughters - Nathan Levinson
    • If I Were King - Loren L. Ryder
    • Merrily We Live - Elmer A. Raguse
    • Suez - Edmund H. Hansen
    • Sweethearts - Douglas Shearer
    • That Certain Age - Bernard B. Brown
    • Vivacious Lady - John Aalberg
    • You Can't Take It with You - John Livadary
  • 1939: When Tomorrow Comes - Bernard B. Brown, Universal Studio
    • Balalaika - Douglas Shearer
    • Gone with the Wind - Thomas T. Moulton
    • Goodbye, Mr. Chips - A. W. Watkins
    • The Great Victor Herbert - Loren L. Ryder
    • The Hunchback of Notre Dame - John Aalberg
    • Man of Conquest - Charles L. Lootens
    • Mr. Smith Goes to Washington - John Livadary
    • Of Mice and Men - Elmer A. Raguse
    • The Private Lives of Elizabeth and Essex - Nathan Levinson
    • The Rains Came - E. H. Hansen

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