The Academy Award for Best Story was an Academy Award given from the beginning of the Academy Awards until 1957, when it was eliminated in favor of the Academy Award for Writing Original Screenplay, which had been introduced in 1940.
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... Edna Anhalt 1953 Roman Holiday - Dalton Trumbo (Note The screen credit and award was originally credited to Ian McLellan Hunter, who was a front for Trumbo ... voted to retrospectively attribute the award to Trumbo ... he had been alive in 1954 and this is not considered a posthumous award) Above and Beyond - Beirne Lay The Captain's Paradise - Alec Coppel Hondo - Louis L'Amour (Note Originally announced on February 15, 1954 ...
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