|5th Academy Awards|
|Date||November 18, 1932|
Los Angeles, California
|Hosted by||Conrad Nagel|
|Best Picture||Grand Hotel|
|Most awards||Bad Girl and The Champ (2)|
|Most nominations||Arrowsmith and The Champ (4)|
The 5th Academy Awards were conducted by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences on November 18, 1932, at a ceremony held at the Ambassador Hotel in Los Angeles, California. The ceremony was hosted by Conrad Nagel. Films screened in Los Angeles between August 1, 1931, and July 31, 1932, were eligible to receive awards.
Grand Hotel became the only Best Picture winner to be nominated for Best Picture and nothing else. It was the first of four films to win Best Picture without a Best Director nomination (followed by Driving Miss Daisy, Argo, and Green Book), and the third of seven to win without a screenwriting nomination.
This was the first of three Oscars in which two films not nominated for Best Picture received more nominations than the winner (Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde and The Guardsman). This happened again at the 25th and 79th Academy Awards.
This was the first and, to date, only ceremony in which there was a tie for Best Actor, as well as the last ceremony to date in which no film won more than two Oscars. By winning Best Actor for The Champ, as well as starring in Grand Hotel, Wallace Beery is the only performer to date to appear in a Best Picture-winning film and win an acting Oscar for a different Best Picture nominee in the same year.
Winners are listed first and highlighted in boldface.
Academy Honorary Award
Multiple nominations and awards
The following seven films received multiple nominations:
The following two films received multiple awards:
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