So, in the Red Carpet Show they were discussing the last time the Academy nominated 10 movies for Best Picture. It was in 1943. These were the films...
WINNER: Casablanca (Warner Bros.)
For Whom the Bell Tolls (Paramount)
Heaven Can Wait (Twentieth Century-Fox)
The Human Comedy (MGM)
In Which We Serve (Two Cities; United Artists)
Madame Curie (MGM)
The More the Merrier (Columbia)
The Ox-Bow Incident (Twentieth Century-Fox)
The Song of Bernadette (Twentieth Century-Fox)
Watch on the Rhine (Warner Bros.)
A number of these are still considered classics today. I'm wondering which of the 10 films nominated for tonight will still be watched/discussed in 60+ years.