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  The Oscars
Updated 27 February 2004, 15.49
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When was the first Oscars?
  A: 1919
  B: 1929
  C: 1939
Who awards the Oscars?
  A: The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences
  B: The Academy of Film Excellence
  C: The Academy of Film and Animation
The statues are rumoured to be called Oscars because...
  A: The first one was won by a man called Oscar
  B: They are made by the Oscar Company
  C: They look like someone's uncle Oscar
How many people vote for the Oscars?
  A: About 3,000
  B: About 6,000
  C: About 9,000
Who has won the most Oscars?
  A: Tom Hanks
  B: Walt Disney
  C: Steven Spielberg
Who was the youngest ever Oscar recipient?
  A: Shirley Temple
  B: Anna Paquin
  C: Jodie Foster
How tall are the Oscar statues?
  A: 24 centimetres
  B: 34 centimetres
  C: 44 centimetres
Which of these is not an Oscar category?
  A: Best performance by an animal
  B: Best short film - animated
  C: Cinematography
Which of these films has not won best picture?
  A: Braveheart
  B: Titanic
  C: Moulin Rouge


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