List of Academy Award trophies on public display

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The following table lists Academy Awards held in museums and collections:

Year Award Award Recipient Film Current location Country Acquisition Date Notes
1927/28 Best Actor Emil Jannings The Last Command and The Way of All Flesh Filmmuseum Berlin, Berlin Germany Unknown Displayed inside the Filmmuseum Berlin.[1]
1932 Creation of Mickey Mouse Walt Disney Honorary The Magic of Disney Animation, Bay Lake, Florida United States Unknown Displayed along with several other Academy Awards won by Disney. However, the others in the case are noted on their plaques as being replica's "for studio display case".[2]
1933 Best Actress Katharine Hepburn Morning Glory National Portrait Gallery, Washington, D.C. United States 2009 Displayed along with three other Academy Awards won by Hepburn.[3]
1942 Best Documentary John Ford The Battle of Midway International Spy Museum, Washington, D.C. United States Unknown [4]
1954 Best Actor in a Supporting Role Frank Sinatra From Here to Eternity Sinatra restaurant, Encore Las Vegas, Las Vegas, Nevada United States Unknown Displayed inside the Sinatra restaurant.[5]
1955 Best Effects, Special Effects Walt Disney Studios 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea Walt Disney: One Man's Dream, Bay Lake, Florida United States Unknown Displayed with props from the film in a special case.[6]
1959 Best Supporting Actress Shelley Winters The Diary of Anne Frank The Anne Frank House, Amsterdam Netherlands 1976 Donated by Winters to The Anne Frank House in 1976. Displayed inside the museum.[7]
1959 Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award Bob Hope Honorary Bob Hope Memorial Library, Ellis Island National Museum, New York City United States 2008 Hope came to the United States through Ellis Island. The statuette is displayed with other Hope memorabilia at the library entrance.[8]
1964 Best Documentary Short Subject Charles Guggenheim Nine from Little Rock National Archives, Washington, D.C. United States 2007 Displayed outside of The William McGowan Theater.[9]
1967 Best Actress Katharine Hepburn Guess Who's Coming to Dinner National Portrait Gallery, Washington, D.C. United States 2009 Displayed along with three other Academy Awards won by Hepburn.[3]
1968 Best Actress Katharine Hepburn The Lion in Winter National Portrait Gallery, Washington, D.C. United States 2009 Displayed along with three other Academy Awards won by Hepburn.[3]
1981 Best Actress Katharine Hepburn On Golden Pond National Portrait Gallery, Washington, D.C. United States 2009 Displayed along with three other Academy Awards won by Hepburn.[3]
1981 Best Picture David Puttnam Chariots of Fire National Media Museum, Bradford, West Yorkshire England Unknown [10]
1985 Best Art Direction Josie MacAvin Out of Africa Irish Film Institute, Dublin Ireland 1992 Donated to the IFI in 1992.[11]
Numerous Varied Walt Disney Various works Walt Disney Family Museum, San Francisco, California United States 2009 Displays Disney's 27 individual Academy Awards.[12]
2003 Best Foreign Language Film Denys Arcand The Barbarian Invasions TIFF Bell Lightbox, Toronto, Ontario Canada Unknown Displayed near the entrance to the home of the Toronto International Film Festival
2005 Best Adapted Screenplay Larry McMurtry Brokeback Mountain Booked Up bookstore, Archer City, Texas United States Unknown Displayed inside the entrance to McMurtry's bookstore, alongside his Golden Globe for the same screenplay.

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