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Richard Attenborough, director of the movie, "Gandhi", holds up two Oscars he won in the 55th Annual Academy Awards presentations 4/11/1983. Attenborough won for Director and Movie of the Year.
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ORIGINAL CAPTION: Frank Sinatra and Donna Reed hold their Oscars after they were honored for their best supporting roles in "From Here To Eternity' at Academy Awards ceremonies March 25, 1954. (UPI PHOTO/FILES)
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George Burns receives his Oscar during the Academy Award show in Hollywood in on March 29, 1976 for best supporting actor for his role in ?The Sunshine Boys.? (UPI Photo/Files)
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Actor Art Carney holds up two fingers on April 9, 1975 in Hollywood, showing two reasons why he thinks he won an Oscar as the best Actor for his role in “Harry And Tonto.” Carney said that the two reasons were that his agent made him do the picture and his agent told him, “You are old.” (UPI Photo/ees/Files)
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Lionel Richie kisses his Oscar after winning the award for "Say You, Say Me" from White Nights in Los Angeles on March 24, 1986. (UPI Photo/David Vondrak/Files)
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