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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 26, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas                                Night of stars Bloom County New Braunfels HeraldZeitung March Academy Awards presentation honors James Stewart LOS ANGELES AP A triumphant Sally her eyes brimming with claimed her second best actress Oscar in five years and said she feels that she has finally won a place in Hollywoods Although Field was a winner for Places In The the favorite film of 1984 was the soaring epic of Mozarts final It won for best actor and among its eight who wore faded house dresses in her role as the courageous Depressionera farm widow of Places In The rushed onstage in a glamorous black strapless gown as her name was announced by Robert Duvall at Monday nights Academy This means so much more to me this Field The first time I hardly felt because it was so She won in 1979 for her portrayal of another gutsy woman in Norma But Field confessed she saw herself as an outsider seeking acceptance from the Hollywood She indirectly referred to the start of her acting career in the lightweight television The Flying Nun and The Girl With Something I havent had an orthodox she told Academy and Ive wanted more than anything to have your This I feel it and I cant deny the fact that you like me right she You like me The glittering crowd of celebrities applauded and Field paid tribute to Robert the writer of Places in the Heart who won for best You changed my she told With a whopping eight the lavishly produced drama of rivalry which celebrated Mozarts was the heavyweight winner of the 1984 movie Best actor of the Murray Abraham of told the TV audience of an estimated one billion viewers It would be a lie if I told you I didnt know what to say because Ive been working on this speech for 25 but he said none of those speeches fit the time portrayed Mozarts jealousyridden The next closest The Killing a searing account of friendship in wartorn took home three with the victory of Haing a Cambodian refugee making his film one of the emotional peaks in the streamlined Academy Awards This is but so is my entire ex claimed Ngor who endured torture in his homeland which mirrored the agonies of his movie who portrays the Cambodian assistant to a New York Times thanked the many people instrumental in launching his film career including the casting lady who found Holding his Oscar aloft in he I thank that tonight I am even The bejeweled audience at the ceremony honored actor James Stewart with an award for his more than 50 years in the The honorary Oscar was presented by Gary With typical thanked his colleagues and movie saying Youve given me a wonderful God bless Best supporting actress winner Dame Peggy the charismatic English visitor of A Passage to was having remained in England for the funeral of her Sir Michael Her award was accepted by Angela The 77yearold recently seen in TVs Jewel In The once Ive never really wanted to be a film It seems to lead only to tax The only bestpicture nominee to end the night without any Oscars was A Soldiers The widely predicted Amadeus sweep began early in the show with awards for art costume design and screenplay adapted by Peter Shaffer from his own Milos the director who guided the Czech made Orion hailed the collaboration of artists in This kind of recognition is encouraging for more than boxoffice Oscars show short By JERRY BUCK AP Television Writer LOS ANGELES lAP And the winner is the 57th annual Academy Awards presentation for the the most entertaining and shortest Oscar show in What a contrast to the bloated and tedious shows of recent It zipped It was sparkling and From Haing Ngors touching acceptance as best supporting actor for The Killing Fields to Sally Fields emotional thank you for her second Oscar as best actress for Places in the it was a show that It was as exuberant as the nights big winner with eight Monday nights show should win back the audience that drifted away during 1984s marathon 45minute According to the Nielsen Dame Ashcroft learns of award last years show attracted million households and a 50 percent share of the down from households and a 59 share in The worldwide audience this year was estimated at 1 although not all saw it The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences decided to take over the production reins after a single individual in the academy produced it last They promised to bring in a show under three They almost made Sir Uiurence Olivier shortened it a little when he dispensed with listing the best movie simply announcing Amadeus as the and it was three five minutes when host Jack called it a The producers were actor Gregory director Robert writer Larry Gelbart and academy president Gene an art One of their first decisions was to make it an allmovie with no TV a wise The show occasionally poked gentle fun at the movie The best came when Steve Martin presented the awards for art He showed some bad examples of art direction such as Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman saying goodbye at the airport in Casablanca with tiny planes buzzing around King Kong on the Empire State Building in the The balloon ride in Around the World in 80 was mixed with the highspeed passes over the Death Star in Star Another nice touch was the on stage display of the costumes from the pictures nominated for best And having an elephant dressed for A Passage to India deliver the Gone were the overproduced and overwrought production In I would like to thank the academy for an entertaining the host for keeping things the winners for being on radio LONDON AP Dame Peggy down with the the night at home in bed with the phone off the hook and didnt hear about her Oscar for best supporting actress until I didnt hear about the award until I switched on the radio this said the 77yearold British stage It is not a thing I ever imagined would happen to I after not had a lot to do with Miss Ashcroft said he was celebrating her award wrapped up in bed with a mug of hot honey and lemon She missed Mondays Academy Award ceremony in Ixs Angeles because she was in London for the funeral of Sir Michael a longtime friend and she said in a telephone interview today that she could not have been in Los Angeles anyway because she came down with a wretched She was awarded the Oscar for her role as Moore in Sir David Leans A Passage to but she said she was so sick Monday night she took the telephone off the ADVANCED SATELLITE TV Specials On In Stock Satellite Systems to Discount Making Room For Excalibur Line 937 Landa Braunfels 6251243 f Harrison Ford is John The Pig Strikes Back R Gettong even has never been funnier Monday Is Bargain Day All Seats H 290 W San Antonio 62544 Every TUESDAY is BARGAIN DAY ALL Seats Are All Day A minute with Andy Rooney in the HeraldZeitung DEFCON4 Defense Condition 4 THE LAST THE BATTLE FOR THE FUTURE OF THE WORLD HAS Bargain IF JASON STILL HAUNTS NOT ALONE ffihffTHFty fwy beginning STARTS Bargain LUMINOUS 5TVFFOFFW COOL YOUR i GOT THE 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