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National Board of Review Awards 1938

10th National Board of Review Awards

December 15, 1938

The 10th National Board of Review Awards were announced on 15 December 1938.

Contents

  • Best American Films 1
  • Top Foreign Films 2
  • Winners 3
  • Notes 4
  • External links 5

Best American Films

  1. The Citadel
  2. Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
  3. The Beachcomber
  4. To the Victor
  5. Sing You Sinners
  6. The Edge of the World
  7. Of Human Hearts
  8. Jezebel
  9. South Riding
  10. Three Comrades

Top Foreign Films

  1. Grand Illusion
  2. Ballerina
  3. Un Carnet de Bal
  4. Generals Without Buttons
  5. Peter the First
  6. Professor Mamlock

Winners

Notes

  1. ^ Tom O'Neill, Movie Awards.New York, Perigee, 2001, p.59

External links

  • National Board of Review of Motion Pictures :: Awards for 1938
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