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Cinema History Blog Jul 7
The longest standing ovation in Oscars’ history went to Charlie Chaplin (12 minutes)
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AP Entertainment May 16
ON THIS DAY – In 1929, the first took place in Los Angeles.
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OneMovies 22h
Complete list of every Academy Awards winner films for Best Picture
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girlworks magazine Jul 13
The Academy’s Female Membership Just Climbed to a Whopping 32%
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Kate Winslet Army Jul 6
Kate Winslet at the Academy Awards, 2009 ❤️
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Melody Bridges 10h
Delighted to see hopefully making a big improvement in equality and diversity by inviting many new members/voters
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Judi Daily Jun 12
Day 1335 Academy Awards, 2006 Photographer: L Cohen
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theJOE May 16
Day 16: Film about film-making/Hollywood Argo (2012)
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Judi Daily Jun 24
Day 1347 Academy Awards, 2002 Photographer: Frank Trapper
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Teddy Ballgame Theus Jun 30
REGINA KING , -GLOBE, , winning Actress Thank you very much for coming out to see our show. , . .
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Itzmoe Jul 6
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ForTheGirls Jun 3
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400years May 6
6 May 1985 - winning actress (and six-time Award nominee), Shirley MacLaine, received an Honorary Doctorate from Acadia University, Wolfville, N.S. . MacLaine grew up in Wolfville till the age of 12 when she moved with her family to the United States.
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🌴🎥☀️ℂ𝐡𝒓𝙞𝕤⛱🌊🍨 Jun 17
Is there anything better than that laugh...?!?!?!? 🤔😂🤣👍💯🎥 🏆 Cary receives an honorary Oscar at the , April 7, 1970. 🏆
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Itzmoe Jul 6
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Sujan Pandey Jun 17
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American Family Immigration History Center Jun 22
Billy Wilder, born Samuel Wilder, was an Austrian-born American filmmaker, screenwriter & producer. He was in 1906. He was the first to win as producer, director & screenwriter for the same film, The Apartment. He is listed returning to the US in 1935.
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OneMovies Jul 15
"You Can't Take it With You" was the winner of the Academy Awards for Best Picture in 1939, info:
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MikeMikeAndOscar Jul 14
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Ten Tribes Of Texas Jul 14
You can watch & vote for The Veil from 9 am Mon 15 July. X
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