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When Mark Wahlberg announced a tie for the Best Sound Editing Oscar — the editors from Zero Dark Thirty and Skyfall took home the award — it became the sixth occurrence in the Academy’s history.

According to the AMPAs database, the first happened in 1931-32, when Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde’s Frederic March and The Champ’s Wallace Beery each won the Best Actor award. However, the vote count wasn’t an actual tie — Beery received one more than March, but the rules at the time stated two winners would be honored if the count was within three votes. The rule subsequently changed. »


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