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Calendar's Big Oscars Issue : Oscar Show Lineup

March 20, 1994

Here is the order of presentation of the awards, and the presenters, as of Sunday Calendar press time:

Academy president's welcome: Arthur Hiller.

Introduction to opening production number, "Putting It Together," featuring Bernadette Peters.

Whoopi Goldberg, emcee, entrance.

Art direction award: Tom Hanks.

Visual effects: Macaulay Culkin.

Best picture clip: "The Fugitive," introduced by Jeff Bridges.

Actor in a supporting role: Marisa Tomei.

Janet Jackson and Jimmy Jam perform best original song nominee "Again."

Makeup: Joan Chen, Val Kilmer.

Sound effects editing: Liam Neeson.

Honorary award to Deborah Kerr: Glenn Close and Deborah Kerr.

James Ingram and Dolly Parton perform song nominee "The Day I Fall in Love" with dogs Beethoven and Missy.

Introduction of animation package: Rosie O'Donnell.

Animated short films: Rosie O'Donnell.

Live-action short films: Rosie O'Donnell.

Best picture clip: "Schindler's List," introduced by Richard Dreyfuss.

Sound: Andie MacDowell.

Actress in a supporting role: Gene Hackman.

Science and technical award winners: Laura Dern.

Johnny Depp introduces nominated song "Philadelphia," performed by Neil Young.

Best picture clip: "The Remains of the Day," introduced by Alec Baldwin.

Costume design: Sharon Stone.

Documentary short subject and feature films: Nicole Kidman and Sam Neill.

Introduction to dances choreographed to the music of the five nominated original scores: Goldie Hawn and Bill Conti.

Original score: Goldie Hawn.

Introduction of Kirk Douglas by Jack Valenti.

Introduction of cinematography clips and award: Kirk Douglas.

Best picture clip: "The Piano," introduced by Madeleine Stowe.

Nominated song "A Wink and a Smile," performed by Keith Carradine.

Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award presented to Paul Newman by Tom Cruise.

Foreign-language film: Anthony Hopkins.

Film editing: Geena Davis.

Antonio Banderas introduces nominated song "Streets of Philadelphia," performed by Bruce Springsteen.

Original song: Whitney Houston.

Original screenplay and adaptation: Jeremy Irons.

Actor in a leading role: Emma Thompson.

Best picture clip "In the Name of the Father," introduced by Donald Sutherland.

Actress in a leading role: Al Pacino.

Director: Clint Eastwood.

Best picture: Harrison Ford.

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