You Can’t Take It With You, is an American film directed by Frank Capra. It was written by George S. Kaufman and Moss Hart and was the big winner of the 1938 Oscars. The film starred James Stewart, Jean Arthur, Lionel Barrymore, Edward Arnold, Spring Byington and Ann Miller.
Bette Davis: see Academy Awards 1935
Spencer Tracy: see Academy Awards 1937
Frank Capra: see Academy Awards 1936
Fay Okell Bainter (Los Angeles, California; December 7, 1893 – Los Angeles, April 16, 1968) was an Oscar-winning American actress.
She dedicated herself from a young age to the world of acting, although she did not make her film debut until 1934 with the film This Side of Heaven. Recognition came quickly and in 1938 she was nominated for the first time at the Oscars as best actress for White Banners. The same year she got a second nomination and won the award for Jezebel. She was nominated a third time in 1961 for the film The Slander.
She died of pneumonia at the age of 75. Her star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame is located at 7021 Hollywood Boulevard. Because her husband, Reginald Venable, was in the military, they are both buried at Arlington National Cemetery.
Walter Brennan: see Academy Awards 1936