The greatest Oscar-winners magazine covers

The greatest Oscar-winners magazine covers In honor of the 82nd annual Academy Awards ceremony on Sunday, March 7, we've collected the greatest Oscar-winners magazine covers. We've got a small collection here at SPD, and you can see even more on this Facebook page. If you've got some Oscar-winner covers you designed or that you think we should see and add to our list, please sent them along.

This post was co-produced by Linda Rubes.

(Above): Isaac Hayes, Jet, May 4, 1972. Hayes won his Oscar for Best Original Song for the Theme from Shaft, from the movie Shaft. (1971).

Miyoshi Umeki and Pat Suzuki, Time, December 22, 1958. Umeki was the first Asian to win an Oscar, for her role in Sayonara (1957). Pat Suzuki was not an Oscar-winner, but became known for her role in the Broadway production of Flower Drum Song.


Dustin Hoffman and John Wayne, Life, July 11, 1969, illustration by Milton Glaser. Hoffman has won two Oscars, Best Actor for Kramer vs. Kramer (1979) and Rain Main (1988). John Wayne won an Oscar for his role in True Grit (1969).


Lee Marvin, Esquire, March 1970. Lee Marvin got his only Oscar nomination and win for Best Actor in Cat Ballou (1965).

42158.jpgAlec GuinnessTime, April 21, 1958. Guinness won the Best Actor Award for The Bridge on the River Kwai (1957).


Susan Sarandon, Esquire, September 1989, photograph by Robert Mapplethorpe. Sarandon has received five Oscar nominations, winning for Best Actress for Dead Man Walking (1995).

Sean Connery, GQ (Gentlemen's Quarterly), April 1966. Connery won Best Supporting Actor for The Untouchables (1987).

See a complete gallery of 20 great Oscar-winner magazine covers here.

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