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Oscar won for the 1939 classic film, “Wuthering Heights,” given to Gregg Toland for Black and White Cinematography, the only Academy Award that “Wuthering Heights” took home. Samuel Goldwyn produced and William Wyler directed the film, adapted to the screen from the Emily Bronte novel of the same name. Laurence Olivier, Miles Mander, Flora Robson, and Merle Oberon starred. This was the only Oscar won by Gregg Toland, though he earned nominations numerous times, including once for his work on “Citizen Kane,” which owes much of its status as a frontrunner in visual style innovation to Toland’s contribution of deep-focus techniques. Gold-plated statue standing on a film reel measures 10.5″ tall, and 12″ tall when the base is included. Base diameter measures 5.25″ and total award weighs 7 pounds 5 ounces. The plaque on the base reads, “Academy First Award / To / Gregg Toland / For Black-and-White Cinematography of / ‘Wuthering Heights'”. Minor scratching to gold plating with a chip to reel center. A stunning tribute to “Wuthering Heights” and Toland in near fine condition. Sold for $226,876.

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“Wuthering Heights” 1939 Oscar for Black & White Cinematography. Click to enlarge.

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1946 Color Art Direction Oscar Awarded to Paul Groesse for “The Yearling”

Oscar statuette awarded to Paul Groesse for “Color Art Direction” for the 1946 Technicolor film, “The Yearling.” The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences presented this statue to Groesse on 13 March 1947 at the Shrine Civic Auditorium. Groesse, a three time Oscar winner, shared the award with Cedric Gibbons. The art direction award was divided into separate awards for black-and-white and color films in 1940. “The Yearling” also received the Academy Award for Best Cinematography (color) and was nominated for seven awards including Best Actor (Gregory Peck) and Best Picture. Based on the Pulitzer Prize winning novel by Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings, the 1946 film version of “The Yearling” starred Gregory Peck, Jane Wyman and Claude Jarman, Jr. The movie centers around a young boy, played by Jarman, Jr., who adopts a fawn as a pet after the shooting of its mother. The movie devotes most of its screen time to Jarman, Jr., a young 13 year old, who received a special “Juvenile Oscar.” The engraved plaque on the pedestal reads, “Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences / First Award / 1946 / To Paul Groesse for Color Art Direction of ‘The Yearling'”. The figure and film reel, composed of gold-plated britannium measuring 10″ tall, top the pedestal, bringing the total height to 13″. The pedestal’s diameter measures 5″. The award weighs 6 pounds. Moderate tarnishing to statuette. Overall in very good condition. Sold for $116,428.

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1946 Color Art Direction Oscar Awarded to Paul Groesse for “The Yearling”. Click to enlarge.

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1910 Photo From the Doomed Terra Nova Antarctic Expedition

Original Herbert Ponting silver gelatin photograph from the Terra Nova Antarctic expedition, which he documented for Robert Falcon Scott. Ponting, the expedition’s photographer and cinematographer, dates this photo 1910 and initials it “H.G.P.” He also hand-titles the photograph “In the Pack”, which features a ship docked in snow and ice. 7.25″ x 5.5″ photograph is matted to 14″ x 11″. Near fine. Sold for $2,100.

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