It might be interesting to know that the oldest film from this top is from 1939, and the “newest” from 1998. Where is equal to the number of statues, productions are presented in chronological order.
10. Going My Way
It won seven Oscars, including for film, best director, screenplay, leading actor and supporting actor. The movie tells the story of a young priest who succeeds with his methods to close the community that he serves. The main role is owned by Bing Crosby, famous actor and radio star and directing belongs to Leo McCarey.
All seven Academy Awards and this production boast. The film tells the story of three soldiers after the war (WWII) and return to their families. It is the highest grossing production after Gone With The Wind. The Best Years of Our Lives was appointed in 2007 to 37th place among the most important films of all time.
A new war movie, which won seven statuettes throughout the film, directing, editing, image interpretation, soundtrack, story. It is the story of British prisoners of war forced by Japanese to build a bridge over the River Kwai. Is directed by David Lean, who after this production was to make Lawrence of Arabia and Doctor Zhivago.
Received seven Academy Awards and the production, considered by critics one of the best from history. The film shows the events of Lieutenant Lawrence of the British army in WWI. It was the first Oscar nomination for Peter O’Toole, who plays the main character. Lawrence of Arabia has entered in history as a film in which women appear in production does not utter a word.
The film plays in the foreground (as the name implies) George S. Patton, U.S. general frin the Second World War. Patton received seven Oscars, including for film, director, actor, script and sound. The screenplay was written by Francis Ford Coppola with Edmund Norham.
05. The Sting
Seven Academy Awards for this production which is starring Paul Newman and Robert Redford. A crook devises a robbery against a mobster after he kills his mentor. The Sting directed by George Roy Hill, who has made Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid and The Great Waldo Pepper.
04. Out of Africa
Sydney Pollack’s film won seven Academy Awards: Film, director, screenplay, picture, soundtrack, sound and scenery. Production presents the life of Karen Blixen, a woman with her husband managing a coffee plantation in Kenya in the early twentieth century. The main roles are held by Meryl Streep and Robert Redford.
Kevin Costner scored with this film, his directing debut was rewarded with no fewer than seven Oscars from 12 nominations. Among the awards received were the ones for the film, director, screenplay, soundtrack. The action takes place during the Civil War and the hero is a soldier in the position to fight with Indians.
02. Schindler’s List
Steven Spielberg’s masterpiece was rewarded with seven statuettes, the most important ones for the film, director, and screenplay. A film about Holocaust and about a German businessman who aims in life saving Jews from death. American Film Institute has named 8th among the most important films of all time.
Seven statues for the production directed by John Madden. It’s for film, actress in a Supporting Role, script, costumes, soundtrack, story. The film presents a portrait of Britain in late 1500-early 1600, and the center figure is of Great Will. William Shakespeare.