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Mar 30, 2021

[Answer] What was the first Western to win an Oscar for Best Picture?

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...1. "Dances With Wolves" 2. "The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly" 3. "No Country for Old Men" 4. "Cimarron"




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"Cimarron" - The 1931 Western “Cimarron” was the first — but not the only — Western to win an Oscar. However, it would be nearly six decades before another Western took home the award for Best Picture. That honor went to “Dances With Wolves” in 1990. “Cimarron” is about a late 19th-century newspaper editor living in an Oklahoma boomtown and was up for seven Oscars in total, including Best Adapted Screenplay and Best Production Design. Other Westerns that took home the golden statue for Best Picture include “No Country for Old Men” (2007) and “Unforgiven” (1992).:


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