Academy Awards® - 1942

MUSIC (Music Score of a Dramatic or Comedy Picture)
* Now, Voyager -- Max Steiner

Arabian Nights -- Frank Skinner

Bambi -- Frank Churchill, Edward Plumb

The Black Swan -- Alfred Newman

The Corsican Brothers -- Dimitri Tiomkin

Flying Tigers -- Victor Young

The Gold Rush -- Max Terr

I Married a Witch -- Roy Webb

Joan of Paris -- Roy Webb

Jungle Book -- Miklos Rozsa

Klondike Fury -- Edward Kay

The Pride of the Yankees -- Leigh Harline

Random Harvest -- Herbert Stothart

The Shanghai Gesture -- Richard Hageman

Silver Queen -- Victor Young

Take a Letter, Darling -- Victor Young

The Talk of the Town -- Frederick Hollander, Morris Stoloff

To Be or Not to Be -- Werner Heymann

MUSIC (Scoring of a Musical Picture)
* Yankee Doodle Dandy -- Ray Heindorf, Heinz Roemheld

Flying with Music -- Edward Ward

For Me and My Gal -- Roger Edens, Georgie Stoll

Holiday Inn -- Robert Emmett Dolan

It Started with Eve -- Hans Salter, Charles Previn

Johnny Doughboy -- Walter Scharf

My Gal Sal -- Alfred Newman

You Were Never Lovelier -- Leigh Harline

MUSIC (Song)
* "White Christmas" from Holiday Inn -- Music and Lyrics by Irving Berlin

"Always in My Heart" from Always in My Heart -- Music by Ernesto Lecuona; Lyrics by Kim Gannon

"Dearly Beloved" from You Were Never Lovelier -- Music by Jerome Kern; Lyrics by Johnny Mercer

"How About You?" from Babes on Broadway -- Music by Burton Lane; Lyrics by Ralph Freed

"It Seems I Heard That Song Before" from Youth on Parade -- Music by Jule Styne; Lyrics by Sammy Cahn

"I've Got a Gal in Kalamazoo" from Orchestra Wives -- Music by Harry Warren; Lyrics by Mack Gordon

"Love Is a Song" from Bambi -- Music by Frank Churchill; Lyrics by Larry Morey

"Pennies for Peppino" from Flying with Music -- Music by Edward Ward; Lyrics by Chet Forrest and Bob Wright

"Pig Foot Pete" from Hellzapoppin' -- Music by Gene de Paul; Lyrics by Don Raye [NOTE: This nomination is a mystery. Both the nominations list and the program from the Awards dinner list the song as being from 'Hellzapoppin',' a 1942 release for Awards purposes. The song does not appear in that film, but did appear in 'Keep 'Em Flying,' a 1941 release from the same production company and studio, and was therefore ineligible for a 1942 nomination.]

"There's a Breeze on Lake Louise" from The Mayor of 44th Street -- Music by Harry Revel; Lyrics by Mort Greene

1941 1943

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