ⓘ Academy Award for Best Assistant Director

                                     

ⓘ Academy Award for Best Assistant Director

The Academy Award for Best Assistant Director was awarded from 1933 through 1937. In the first year of this award, it referred to no specific film.

  • Sid Brod Paramount - nominee
  • Orville O. Dull M-G-M - nominee
  • Dewey Starkey RKO Radio - winner
  • Scott Beal Universal - winner
  • Fred Fox United Artists - winner
  • William J. Reiter Universal - nominee
  • Al Alleborn Warner Bros. - nominee
  • Gordon Hollingshead Warner Bros. - winner
  • Charles Barton Paramount - winner
  • Edward Killy RKO Radio - nominee
  • 1933
  • John Waters M-G-M - nominee
  • Arthur Jacobson Paramount - nominee
  • William Tummel Fox - winner
  • Charles Dorian M-G-M - winner
  • Ben Silvey UA - nominee
  • Frank Shaw Warner Bros. - nominee
  • Percy Ikerd Fox - nominee
  • Joseph A. McDonough Universal - nominee
  • Cullen Tate – Cleopatra
  • 1934: John Waters – Viva Villa!
  • Scott Beal – Imitation of Life
  • Joseph Newman – David Copperfield
  • Eric Stacey – Les Miserables
  • Sherry Shourds – A Midsummer Nights Dream write in
  • 1935: Clem Beauchamp and Paul Wing – The Lives of a Bengal Lancer
  • William Cannon – Anthony Adverse
  • 1936: Jack Sullivan – The Charge of the Light Brigade
  • Eric G. Stacey – The Garden of Allah
  • Joseph Newman – San Francisco
  • Clem Beauchamp – The Last of the Mohicans
  • 1937: Robert Webb – In Old Chicago
  • Hal Walker – Souls at Sea
  • Russ Saunders – The Life of Emile Zola
  • Eric Stacey – A Star Is Born
  • C. C. Coleman, Jr. – Lost Horizon