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Herself - Nominated: Best Actress in a Leading Role
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Himself - Nominee: Best Director
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Himself - Co-Presenter: Best Original Song
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Himself - Co-Presenter: Best Adapted Screenplay
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Himself - Co-Presenter: Documentary Awards
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Herself - Nominee: Best Actress in Supporting Role
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Himself - Presenter
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Herself - Co-Presenter: Best Cinematography & Best Film Editing
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Himself - Presenter & Performer
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Herself - Accepting the Award for Best Foreign Language Film
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Himself - Nominee (as Richard Castellano)
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Herself - Performer & Co-Presenter: Best Art Direction-Set Decoration
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Herself - Audience Member
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Award of the American academy of cinematographic arts and sciences, from 1940th known as "Oscar", - American film award created in 1929 and traditionally handed to the figures of cinematographic art for their contribution to creation of movies.

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15 April 1971 (USA)  »

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George C. Scott refused his award for Best Actor in a Leading Role and did not even show up for the ceremony. Patton (1970) producer Frank McCarthy accepted the award on Scott's behalf but returned it the next day in accordance with the actor's request. Two years later Marlon Brando became the second actor to refuse his award in the same category. See more »

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Bob Hope: Tonight we set aside petty differences, forget old feuds, and start new ones.
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Followed by The 54th Annual Academy Awards (1982) See more »

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Hooray for Hollywood
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Music by Richard A. Whiting
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