The 66th Annual Academy Awards (1994)

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Himself - Presenter: 'The Remains of the Day' Film Clip
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Himself - Presenter: Song 'Streets of Philadelphia'
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Herself - Nominated: Best Actress in a Leading Role
Ewa Braun ...
Himself - Co-Winner: Best Art Direction - Set Decoration
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Himself - Presenter: 'The Fugitive' Film Clip
Samuel Bronston ...
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Himself - Co-Presenter: Best Sound Mixing
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Herself - Winner: Best Original Screenplay & Nominated: Best Director
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Originally, Macaulay Culkin was scheduled to give the award for Best Visual Effects. The plan was, after Culkin announced the nominees, he would say, "Could I have the envelope please?" A giant, roaring, animatronic T-Rex (from Jurassic Park (1993)) would then suddenly appear onstage, with the envelope naming the winners. After taking the envelope from the T-Rex's mouth, Culkin would return to the podium and say, "Thanks, Dad." Macaulay's father, Christopher Culkin, was offended by the line and demanded that it be cut from the show. When the Oscar producers refused, Christopher Culkin pulled his son from the show, and Elijah Wood gave the award instead. See more »

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Fernando Trueba: I'd like to thank God, but I don't believe in God, I just believe in Billy Wilder... so thank you, Mr Wilder.
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Follows The 59th Annual Academy Awards (1987) See more »

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Hooray for Hollywood
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Music by Richard A. Whiting
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