DescriptionFour Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences 'Certificate of Nomination for Award' Plaques, 1950s-1970s. The first presented to William Goetz of Warner Bros. for "Sayonara" as "Best Motion Picture of 1957;" the second presented to Lawrence Weingarten of Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer for "Cat on a Hot Tin Roof" as "Best Motion Picture of 1958;" the third presented to Henry Blanke of Warner Bros. for "The Nun's Story" as "Best Motion Picture of 1959;" and the fourth presented to four men for "A Boy Named Charlie Brown" as "Original Song Score;" all official PermaPlaques mounted to wood and shellacked.
14" x 12"
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