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1992 (4th Year)
National Film Registry

The National Film Preservation Board was founded by the Library of Congress in 1988. Each year the Board selects up to 25 films which are considered to be culturally, historically or aesthetically important. Films must be at least 10 years old to be eligible for the registry. Listed below are the films inducted into the National Film Registry in 1992.

TheOscar Nominated marker symbol appears next to those films which also received an Academy Award nomination (although this is not a requirement for induction). Click on the name of one of those films to display more information about it. You can also click on the  IMDb  link to to open a new browser window showing information about the film from the Internet Movie Database. Or, click on a year in the column on the right to display the National Film Registry inductees for that year.

Oscar Nominated markerAdam’s Rib (1949)   IMDb
Oscar Nominated markerAnnie Hall (1977)   IMDb
The Bank Dick (1940)   IMDb
Big Business (1929) [short]   IMDb
The Big Parade (1925)   IMDb
The Birth of a Nation (1915)   IMDb
Oscar Nominated markerBonnie and Clyde (1967)   IMDb
Oscar Nominated markerCarmen Jones (1954)   IMDb
Castro Street (1966) [short]   IMDb
Detour (1945)   IMDb
Dog Star Man: Part IV (1964) [short]   IMDb
Oscar Nominated markerDouble Indemnity (1944)   IMDb
Footlight Parade (1933)   IMDb
The Gold Rush (1925)   IMDb
Letter from an Unknown Woman (1948)   IMDb
Oscar Nominated markerMorocco (1930)   IMDb
Oscar Nominated markerNashville (1975)   IMDb
The Night of the Hunter (1955)   IMDb
Paths of Glory (1957)   IMDb
Oscar Nominated markerPsycho (1960)   IMDb
Ride the High Country (1962)   IMDb
Salesman (1968) [documentary]   IMDb
Salt of the Earth (1954)   IMDb
What’s Opera, Doc? (1957) [animated short]   IMDb
Within Our Gates (1920)   IMDb