1932-1933 Best Picture Winner: Cavalcade (Frank Lloyd) – Awards Don’t Matter

On this episode of Awards Don’t Matter, intrepid hosts Andrew and Dave venture into the sixth Best Picture winner, Frank Lloyd’s multi-award winning film, Cavalcade. Focusing on the history of England in the 1900’s, this broadly spanning film follows two families through the era.

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1939 Best Picture Nominee: Ninotchka (Ernst Lubitsch) – Awards Don’t Matter Awards Don't Matter

The deserving Best Picture winner of 1939, Ernst Lubitsch's masterful Ninotchka, gets a deep dive discussion in this episode as co-hosts Dave and Andrew swoon over Greta Garbo, laugh over her immaculate comedic timing, and fawn over the hilarious script co-written by the one and only Billy Wilder. Dig into this Russian/France rom-com and discover your new relationship litmus film. Please, go and watch this delightful film right now. Subscribe via RSS Feed, Anchor.fm, Apple Podcasts, or Spotify. Follow the hosts on social media at the links below: Andrew F Peirce – @TheCurbAU David Giannini – @Darnthatdave Awards Don’t Matter – @AwardsDontPod https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3e3MSf6ISLk&t=1162s
  1. 1939 Best Picture Nominee: Ninotchka (Ernst Lubitsch) – Awards Don’t Matter
  2. 1939 Best Picture Winner: Gone With the Wind (Victor Fleming) – Awards Don't Matter
  3. 1938 Best Picture Nominee: Grand Illusion [La Grande Illusion] (Jean Renoir) – Awards Don't Matter
  4. 1938 Best Picture Winner: You Can't Take it With You (Frank Capra)
  5. 1937 Best Picture Nominee: A Star is Born (William A. Wellman) – Awards Don't Matter
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