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If "Argo" wins Best Picture as Oscar prognosticators are predicting after its sweep of the DGA and SAG awards, it won't be the first time a film won without having its director nominated. Granted, it's rare: The last time was in 1989, with "Driving Miss Daisy." However, there are other ways that the 85th Academy Awards, which will be held on February 24, might set several Oscar firsts. 1. If Daniel Day-Lewis wins Best Actor, he will be the only actor to have won three Oscars in this category. Jack Nicholson is currently the Oscar record holder with three wins, but one of those was for Best Supporting Actor (for 1983's "Terms of Endearment.") 3. If Emmanuelle Riva wins Best Actress for "Amour," she will be the oldest Best Actress winner in history. At 85, she's already set a record as the oldest Best Actress nominee. Jessica Tandy, who won for "Driving Miss Daisy" when »

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