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Argo was it in the end. The Ben Affleck-directed drama about the Hollywood-aided rescue of six Americans during the Iranian hostage crisis was named Best Picture at the 85th Academy Awards, one of three Oscar wins for the film. "Argo is so top secret, the film's director is unknown to the Academy...They know they screwed up," tonight's hit-and-miss host, Seth MacFarlane, said in his opening monologue, giving a few seconds for the accuracy of his joke to settle in. It wasn't so secret, however, that Chris Terrio didn't win for Best Adapted Screenplay, or William Goldenberg, for Achievement in Film Editing, to give Argo a neat trio of wins. "I know what »

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