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by Tom O'Neil

eBook Movie Awards: The Ultimate, Unofficial Guide to the Oscars, Golden Globes, Critics, Guild,  Indie Honors, Revised and Updated Edition download ISBN: 0399529225
Author: Tom O'Neil
Publisher: Berkley; Revised & Updated edition (December 2, 2003)
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He pointed out that the SAG Actor Awards are the only televised guild awards, which gives them a premier status among all the guild awards. The reason we care so much about them is that there seems to be a general consensus that of all the entertainment awards out there, the ones that matter most are bestowed by the people who do that craft everyday," O?Neil said.

Tom O'Neil is a showbiz journalist and television critic who often appears as a pundit on TV shows featuring pop culture . Movie Awards: The Ultimate, Unofficial Guide to the Oscars, Golden Globes, Critics, Guild and Indie Honors" "The Emmys" "The Grammys".

Tom O'Neil is a showbiz journalist and television critic who often appears as a pundit on TV shows featuring pop culture content.

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A comprehensive listing of the winners in all categories for thirteen major film awards, including the Oscars, Golden Globe, New York Film Critics Circle, Los Angeles Film Critics, and many other awards, from 1922 to 2003, featuring a detailed list of more than six thousand winners, along with a host of facts and trivia, scandals, controversies, surprises, and more than two hundred photographs. Original.
Comments: (7)
Rare
...a book is deserving of an update its this one. While all the information contained here can easily be sourced online now, nowhere can you have it all put together this neatly or this conveniently. Loads of research (with a few minor factual errors) has gone into this so let's hope Mr. O'Neil is asked to correct those errors and cover the intervening 16 years of award ceremonies and results. I have no doubt it would be welcomed.
Gholbirius
Thomas O'Neil's "Movie Awards" is an absolutely no lose purchase for even a casual movie maven. Serious movie fans should be enthralled. It's all here-all the important awards from 1927-1999. Listed are such disparate grantors as the New York Film Critics, the Writer's Guild, the Screen Actors Guild, the Directors Guild, the Golden Globes and the Academy Awards.
Trivia and solid information alike abounds. This reviewer was shocked-shocked!-to read that "The Searchers" was nominated for NO awards in 1956. The pages devoted to 1969 make no mention of the Hollywood aphorism that John Wayne received that year's Best Actor Oscar (for "True Grit") to make up for being bypassed in 1956. The entire cast and Director of "The Searchers" was ignored! I also learned that Clark Gable did not win the Oscar for "Gone With the Wind" and that Tex Ritter's theme to "High Noon" won an Oscar in 1952. I still believe that is the best of the themes because it was an integral part of the actual movie. A trivia section informs us that Walter Brennan won the most Academy Awards for an actor (though not for "My Darling Clementine") and William Friedkin was the youngest Director to an Oscar. For which movie? Buy the book and check page 767. The very fact that there IS a page 767 indicates that this work cannot be devoured at one or two sittings. This is a thick handbook to be appreciated over a span of time as we watch those old classics one by one. Maybe when I read the section on 1949, I will learn why "The Third Man' got 0 Oscar nominations and why the entire cast of "A Letter to 3 Wives" went similarly empty handed. I can't wait.
Nalmergas
Robert Osborne's book'The Official History of the Academy Awards' for all its gloss cannot hold a candle to Tom O'Neill's amazing book. Covering all the major Awards bodies and there voting sytems, the film is full of interesting information about each individual year and the films of that year. A must have for any film buff to have on their shelf. I just wish Mr O'Neill would update it. It is a fantastic reference book as well as being a delicious read. Highly recommended.
Moonworm
The book is well laid out by year. Unfortunately like other anthologies of this type, only the major awards list all the nominees. The other categories merely have the winners. Still a very good guide.
Heraly
Finally, we have a resource which discusses a lot of the other so-called "precursor" awards to the Oscars ... finding information on the history of these various awards has been somewhat difficult in the past. With this book, however, it's all together in one place. It's very well written, and leads you through the movie awards seasons, allowing one to see exactly how the different trends for certain films began, and we finally see the path they took until they finally took home the Oscar Gold! Definitely one of the best overall resources for those interested in all aspects of the film awards season.
Rich Vulture
Finally, all of these awards are in one book so we can see how they all affect each other! Author O'Neil likes to say "the Oscars are just the finish line in the annual film-awards derby" -- and he's right. What's really neat, though, is that, in this book, we get to see how all of the horses run in the big race year by year. I've got Tom O'Neil's other two books too (about the Emmys and Grammys) and they're really good, but this time he's outdone himself! The book came today and I CAN'T STOP reading it! The critics' awards are really SCANDALOUS. The best part of the book is the trivia section in the back. It covers who's won the most Golden Globes, DGA awards, NY critics circle awards and all that stuff. It's interesting to see how all the awards disagree on what movies (and how they all agree on Jack Nicholson -- why Jack?)
Jerdodov
OK, so a few typos and mistakes made it into this book's first edition. They'll be fixed in future updates. Meantime, here's what to think of this book over all, according to the pros:
"For the film buff, this year-by-year rundown on the Oscars, the Golden Globes and other awards is a dilly. And dishy, too!" -- PEOPLE MAGAZINE
"Its a vertiable feast for the trivia junkie. Not only does O'Neil list the awards chronologically, from 1927 to 1999, but he also introduces each year with behind-the-scenes, blow-by-blow info culled from the archives of Variety, New York Times and a number of other sources. There's even trivia about each of the awards. While it's undeniably a fantastic reference, it's also a pretty darn good and frequently amusing read. It's a one-stop awards info shop and deserves a place on the bookshelf." -- DIRECTORS GUILD OF AMERICA MAGAZINE
"Numerous excellent books chronicle the Oscars or cite awards, but none combines pure pleasure and fact so well, at such a good price. Essential for all libraries." -- LIBRARY JOURNAL
This book is a must have for every awards buff out there. It has inside information on every major awards group from the early beginning of '27-'28 up to the present. It's filled with trivia on all the major films that were up for awards, easily indexed and compiled by years. Author Tom O'Neil is an expert on how awards are awarded during awards season.