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The 70th Annual Academy Awards (1998)

An award show that honors excellence in filmmaking in each of its separate categories. People are awarded Oscars in a humorous manner that provides an entertaining show.

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An award show that honors excellence in filmmaking in each of its separate categories. People are awarded Oscars in a humorous manner that provides an entertaining show.

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23 March 1998 (USA)  »

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$30,000,000 (estimated)
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Of the 20 nominated actors, Anthony Hopkins was the only one not in attendance. See more »

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Deborah Lynn Scott - Winner: Best Costume Design: Thank you very much to the Academy. I am deeply honored to accept this award on the behalf of David LeVey, Beth Koenigsberg, Lahly Poore, Matt Reitsma, Dale Wibben, Dominic Gherardi, Jean Gold, and the rest of my remarkable costume crew. Their dedication, talent, friendship and guidance helped fulfill my dream to bring the spirit of Titanic and her passengers to life. Thank you, Jim Cameron, for the first-class passage. Thanks, Jon Landau and Rae Sanchini, for such fine navigation. For my ...
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Follows The 25th Annual Academy Awards (1953) See more »

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Journey To The Past
Written by Stephen Flaherty and Lynn Ahrens
Performed by Aaliyah
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the best Academy Awards i have ever seen
22 November 2008 | by See all my reviews

I think that this academy award was one of the best academy awards i have ever seen.The biggest director of all time James Cameron won 3 academy awards for his 11 academy awards winner movie TITANIC and his I'm the king of the world was one of the best memories of the academy awards.god i love that director and all of his movies especially TITANIC.The rest were really good Jack Nichlson.Robin.mat.just great.well i'm sorry LA CONFIDENTAL and GOOD WILL HUNTING for loosing but come on it's TITANIC you were nominated with i don't think you had a chance.congratulations James Horner for receiving the Oscar for best original score and for My Heart Will Go On you are really a great composer you have a great score and my Heart Will Go On was really really really amazing.any way this academy award was really amazing and i think she deserves the nominations and the awards she got


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