List of Academy Awards for Walt Disney

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Cartoonist and film producer Walt Disney

Walt Disney (1901–66) won or received a total of twenty two Academy Awards, and holds the record for most Academy Awards in history.[1] He won a total of twenty-two competitive Academy Awards from a total of fifty-nine nominations, and also holds the records for most wins and most nominations for an individual in history.[1]

Disney won his first competitive Academy Award and received his first Honorary Academy Award at the 5th Academy Awards (1932). He received the Honorary Academy Award for the creation of Mickey Mouse[2] and won the Academy Award for Besrd for Best Short Subject (Cartoon) for the film Flowers and Trees.[3] In the seven Academy Award ceremonies that followed (6th12th), Disney consecutively earned nominations and won in the same category.[4][5][6][7][8][9][10]

Disney received three more Honorary Academy Awards, one in 1939[11] and two in 1942.[12] At the 26th Academy Awards (1954), Disney won the Academy Award in all four categories in which he was nominated: Best Short Subject (Cartoon), Best Short Subject (Two-reel), Best Documentary (Feature), and Best Documentary (Short Subject).[13][14] In 1965, Disney earned his sole Best Picture nomination, for the film Mary Poppins.[15] He was posthumously awarded his final Academy Award in 1969.[16]

Competitive Academy Awards[edit]

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The display case in the lobby of the Walt Disney Family Museum, in San Francisco, displays many of the Academy Awards that Walt Disney won or received. The distinctive, special award which he received for Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, is at the bottom.[17]
Year Category Film/documentary Result Refs.
1932
(5th)
Best Short Subject (Cartoon) Flowers and Trees Won [3][18]
Best Short Subject (Cartoon) Mickey's Orphans Nominated
1934
(6th)
Best Short Subject (Cartoon) Three Little Pigs Won [4][19]
Best Short Subject (Cartoon) Building a Building Nominated [4]
1935
(7th)
Best Short Subject (Cartoon) The Tortoise and the Hare Won [5][19]
1936
(8th)
Best Short Subject (Cartoon) Three Orphan Kittens Won [6]
Best Short Subject (Cartoon) Who Killed Cock Robin? Nominated
1937
(9th)
Best Short Subject (Cartoon) The Country Cousin Won [7][19]
1938
(10th)
Best Short Subject (Cartoon) The Old Mill Won [8][19]
1939
(11th)
Best Short Subject (Cartoon) Ferdinand the Bull Won [9]
Best Short Subject (Cartoon) Brave Little Tailor Nominated
Best Short Subject (Cartoon) Good Scouts Nominated
Best Short Subject (Cartoon) Mother Goose Goes Hollywood Nominated
1940
(12th)
Best Short Subject (Cartoon) The Ugly Duckling Won [10]
Best Short Subject (Cartoon) The Pointer Nominated
1942
(14th)
Best Short Subject (Cartoon) Lend a Paw Won [20]
Best Short Subject (Cartoon) Truant Officer Donald Nominated
1943
(15th)
Best Short Subject (Cartoon) Der Fuehrer's Face Won [21]
Best Documentary (Feature) The Grain That Built a Hemisphere Nominated
Best Documentary (Feature) The New Spirit Nominated
1944
(16th)
Best Documentary (Short Subject) Water: Friend or Enemy Nominated [22]
Best Short Subject (Cartoon) Reason and Emotion Nominated
1945
(17th)
Best Short Subject (Cartoon) How to Play Football Nominated [23]
1946
(18th)
Best Short Subject (Cartoon) Donald's Crime Nominated [24]
1947
(19th)
Best Short Subject (Cartoon) Squatter's Rights Nominated [25]
1948
(20th)
Best Short Subject (Cartoon) Chip an' Dale Nominated [26]
Best Short Subject (Cartoon) Pluto's Blue Note Nominated
1949
(21st)
Best Short Subject (Two-reel) Seal Island Won [14][27]
Best Short Subject (Cartoon) Mickey and the Seal Nominated [27]
Best Short Subject (Cartoon) Tea for Two Hundred Nominated
1950
(22nd)
Best Short Subject (Cartoon) Toy Tinkers Nominated [28]
1951
(23rd)
Best Short Subject (Two-reel) In Beaver Valley Won [29]
1952
(24th)
Best Short Subject (Two-reel) Nature's Half Acre Won [30]
Best Short Subject (Cartoon) Lambert the Sheepish Lion Nominated
1953
(25th)
Best Short Subject (Two-reel) Water Birds Won [31]
1954
(26th)
Best Documentary (Feature) The Living Desert Won [13][14]
Best Documentary (Short Subject) The Alaskan Eskimo Won
Best Short Subject (Cartoon) Toot, Whistle, Plunk and Boom Won
Best Short Subject (Cartoon) Rugged Bear Nominated
Best Short Subject (Two-reel) Bear Country Won
Best Short Subject (Two-reel) Ben and Me Nominated
1955
(27th)
Best Documentary (Feature) The Vanishing Prairie Won [32]
Best Short Subject (Cartoon) Pigs Is Pigs Nominated
Best Short Subject (Two-reel) Siam Nominated
1956
(28th)
Best Documentary (Short Subject) Men Against the Arctic Won [33]
Best Short Subject (Cartoon) No Hunting Nominated
Best Short Subject (Two-reel) Switzerland Nominated
1957
(29th)
Best Short Subject (Two-reel) Samoa Nominated [34]
1958
(30th)
Best Short Subject (Cartoon) The Truth About Mother Goose Nominated [35]
1959
(31st)
Best Short Subject (Live Action) Grand Canyon Won [36]
Best Short Subject (Cartoon) Paul Bunyan Nominated
1960
(32nd)
Best Documentary (Short Subject) Donald in Mathmagic Land Nominated [37]
Best Short Subject (Cartoon) Noah's Ark Nominated
Best Short Subject (Live Action) Mysteries of the Deep Nominated
1961
(33rd)
Best Short Subject (Cartoon) Goliath II Nominated [38]
Best Short Subject (Live Action) Islands of the Sea Nominated
1962
(34th)
Best Short Subject (Cartoon) Aquamania Nominated [39]
1963
(35th)
Best Short Subject (Cartoon) Symposium on Popular Songs Nominated [40]
1965
(37th)
Best Picture Mary Poppins Nominated [14][15]
1969
(41st)
Best Short Subject (Cartoon) Winnie the Pooh and the Blustery Day Won (posthumous win) [16]

Honorary Academy Awards[edit]

Year To, for/award name Award type Refs.
1932
(5th)
To Walt Disney for the creation of Mickey Mouse. Statuette [2][14]
1939
(11th)
To Walt Disney for Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, "recognized as a significant screen innovation which has charmed millions and pioneered a great new entertainment field for the motion picture cartoon." One statuette and seven miniature statuettes on a stepped base [11][41]
1942
(14th)
To Walt Disney, William Garity, John N. A. Hawkins and the RCA Manufacturing Company "for their outstanding contribution to the advancement of the use of sound in motion pictures through the production of Fantasia." Certificate of merit [12][41]
1942
(14th)
Irving G. Thalberg Memorial Award Thalberg Award [12][42]

References[edit]

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