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 in a Leading Role||Emil Jannings||The Last Command and The Way of All Flesh||Filmmuseum Berlin, Berlin||Germany||Unknown||Displayed inside the Filmmuseum Berlin.|
|1931||Best Story||John Monk Saunders||The Dawn Patrol||Flight Museum, Seattle, Washington||United States||Unknown||Displayed alongside a jacket worn by Errol Flynn in the remake, eight years later.|
|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 replicas "for studio display case".|
|1933||Best Actress in a Leading Role||Katharine Hepburn||Morning Glory||National Portrait Gallery, Washington, D.C.||United States||2009||Displayed along with three other Academy Awards won by Hepburn.|
|1938||Best Adapted Screenplay||George Bernard Shaw||Pygmalion||Shaw's Corner, Hertfordshire||England||1950||Displayed alongside Mr. Shaw's Nobel Prize in a display case, covered by a green cloth.|
|1942||Best Documentary Feature||John Ford||The Battle of Midway||International Spy Museum, Washington, D.C.||United States||Unknown|||
|1942||Best Documentary Feature||Ken G. Hall||Kokoda Front Line!||National Film and Sound Archive of Australia, Acton, Australian Capital Territory||Australia||2015|||
|1951||Best Documentary Feature||Olle Nordemar||Kon-Tiki||Kon-Tiki Museum, Oslo||Norway||1952||Displayed in the Kon-Tiki exhibition, in the same room as the original Kon-Tiki raft. The film is screened every day at noon in the museum cinema.|
|1952||Achievement in Choreography on film||Gene Kelly||Honorary||Mugar Memorial Library, Boston, Massachusetts||United States||Unknown||Part of the Howard Gotlieb Archival Research Center, located on the fifth floor of the library.|
|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.|
|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.|
|1959||Best Actress in a Supporting Role||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.|
|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.|
|1962||Best Short Subject, Cartoons||Dušan Vukotić||Surogat||Zagreb City Museum, Zagreb||Croatia||Unknown||Inside the Animation History exhibit.|
|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.|
|1965||Best Actor in a Leading Role||Rex Harrison||My Fair Lady||Mugar Memorial Library, Boston, Massachusetts||United States||Unknown||Part of the Howard Gotlieb Archival Research Center, located on the fifth floor of the library.|
|1965||Best Art Decoration-Set Decoration, Black-and-White||Vassilis Photopoulos||Zorba the Greek||Benaki Museum, Athens||Greece||2007||Displayed in the Ghika Gallery on the Third Floor.|
|1967||Best Actor in a Leading Role||Paul Scofield||A Man for All Seasons||Victoria and Albert Museum, London||United Kingdom||2011|||
|1967||Best Actress in a Leading Role||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.|
|1968||Best Actress in a Leading Role||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.|
|1969||Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature||Arthur Rubinstein||Arthur Rubinstein - The Love of Life||Museum of the City of Lodz, Lodz||Poland||2001||Displayed with other awards given to Mr. Rubinstein.|
|1972||Best Original Song||Isaac Hayes||Shaft||Stax Museum of American Soul Music, Memphis, Tennessee||United States||2011||"Sits on a pedestal in the museum not far from Hayes' custom 1972 gold-trimmed, peacock-blue Cadillac Eldorado"|
|1981||Best Actress in a Leading Role||Katharine Hepburn||On Golden Pond||National Portrait Gallery, Washington, D.C.||United States||2009||Displayed along with three other Academy Awards won by Hepburn.|
|1981||Best Picture||David Puttnam||Chariots of Fire||National Media Museum, Bradford, West Yorkshire||England||Unknown|||
|1985||Best Art Direction||Josie MacAvin||Out of Africa||Irish Film Institute, Dublin||Ireland||1992||Donated to the IFI in 1992.|
|1988||Academy Award of Merit||Ray Dolby and Ioan Allen||Honorary||Dolby Theatre, Los Angeles, California||United States||Unknown|||
|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|
|2003||Academy Award for Best Animated Short Film||Adam Elliot||Harvie Krumpet||Australian Centre for the Moving Image, Melbourne, Victoria||Australia||Unknown||Displayed in the Screen Worlds gallery.|
|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.|
|2006||Best Original Song||Three 6 Mafia||Hustle & Flow||Memphis Music Hall of Fame, Memphis, Tennessee||United States||Unknown||Displayed in the Three 6 Mafia exhibit.|
|Numerous||Varied||Walt Disney||Various works||Walt Disney Family Museum, San Francisco, California||United States||2009||Displays Disney's 27 individual Academy Awards.|
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- Creation of Mickey Mouse
- Shaw's Corner
- Kon-Tiki Museum
- Special Collections at BU
- 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea
- The Diary of Anne Frank
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- Benaki Museum
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