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Academy Juvenile Award

This award is officially called the Honorary Juvenile Award. It was first awarded for work in 1934 and continued sporadically until 1960. There is no list of nominees. The trophy itself was a miniature statuette.

  • 1934 Shirley Temple - "in grateful recognition of her outstanding contribution to screen entertainment in the year 1934."
  • 1935 not given
  • 1936 not given
  • 1937 not given
  • 1938 Deanna Durbin[?] and Mickey Rooney - "for their significant contribution in bringing to the screen the spirit and personification of youth, and as juvenile players setting a high standard of ability and achievement."
  • 1939 Judy Garland - "for her outstanding performance as a screen juvenile during the past year."
  • 1940 not given
  • 1941 not given
  • 1942 not given
  • 1943 not given
  • 1944 Margaret O'Brien[?] - "outstanding child actress of 1944."
  • 1945 Peggy Ann Garner[?] - "outstanding child actress of 1945."
  • 1946 Claude Jarman Jr.[?] - "outstanding child actor of 1946."
  • 1947 not given
  • 1948 Ivan Jandl[?] - The Search - "for the outstanding juvenile performance of 1948 in The Search."
  • 1949 Bobby Driscoll[?] - "outstanding juvenile actor of 1949"
  • 1950 not given
  • 1951 not given
  • 1952 not given
  • 1953 not given
  • 1954 Jon Whiteley[?] - "for his outstanding juvenile performance in The Little Kidnappers[?]", also Vincent Winter[?] - "for his outstanding performance in The Little Kidnappers". NOTE: Winter was 2 years younger than Whiteley, but the word "juvenile" does not appear in his citation.
  • 1955 not given
  • 1956 not given
  • 1957 not given
  • 1958 not given
  • 1959 not given
  • 1960 Hayley Mills - For Pollyanna[?], the most outstanding juvenile performance during 1960.



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