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The 47th Annual Academy Awards (1975)

The 47th annual Academy Awards live from the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion in Los Angeles, April 8th, 1975.

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The 47th annual Academy Awards live from the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion in Los Angeles, April 8th, 1975.

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Trivia

Federico Fellini was not present to pick up his Oscar for Amarcord but he accepted at his home in Rome, Italy. Asked for a comment, the great director responded with what would become one of the most legendary quotes in the history of the Academy Awards: "Of course it is a pleasure because in the myth of the cinema the Oscar is the supreme prize." See more »

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Jack Lemmon: [presenting the Best Actress award] We are all very fortunate tonight, because I have lost my voice.
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Connections

Followed by The 65th Annual Academy Awards (1993) See more »

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We May Never Love Like This Again
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Performed by Aretha Franklin, Jack Jones and Frankie Laine
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All hell breaks loose this year!!
25 February 2003 | by See all my reviews

This was the year that "Hearts and Minds" win Best Documentary, and hosts Bob Hope and Frank Sinatra go beserk over the winner's acceptance speech. Would have loved to been backstage as Mr. Hope, Mr. Sinatra and another host, Shirley MacLaine got into a argument over this. "The Godfather, Part 2" wins Best Picture, while Art Carney and Ellen Burstyn win Best Actor and Actress, respectively for "Harry and Tonto" and "Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore". Francis Ford Coppola wins three Academy Awards, for producing, directing and writing the Best Picture, "The Godfather, Part 2". The other two awards he was up for was: Best Picture and Best Original Screenplay for "The Conversation". This was also the first time in Academy history that one studio received all nominees in one catagory. Paramount did it with the catagory of Best Costume Design.


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