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Know Your Oscars? Take A Trivia Test

March 31, 1987

Some Oscar quizzes for the trivially inclined:

1. When "Gone With the Wind" garnered a stack of awards in 1939, what significant person was left out?

2. Only one director has won four Oscars. Who is he?

3. You don't have to be living to get an Oscar. In 1976 the academy gave the Best Actor award posthumously. To whom?

4. In 1943, "Casablanca" won best picture. Director Michael Curtiz won an Oscar, but its stars didn't. Humphrey Bogart finally won his only Oscar in 1951. In what movie?

Answers: (1) Clark Gable. (2) John Ford. (3) Peter Finch, for "Network." (4) "The African Queen."

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