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Who was the only Oscar to win an Oscar?

Songwriter Oscar Hammerstein II won Academy Awards for BestOriginal Song for "The Last Time I Saw Paris" from "Lady Be Good"(1941) with composer Jerome Kern, and "It Might As (MORE)
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Who was Oscar Romero and what did he do?

Oscar Romero was the Archbishop of San Salvador. One of his friends had died protesting against injustice so he decided he wanted to do something about it so he protested too. (MORE)
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Why do they have Oscars?

The Academy of Motion Pic Arts & Science (A.M.P.A.S.) was an organization setup in 1927 by a few H'wood heavyweights led by Louis B.Mayer,with the sole intention of raising th (MORE)
In Entertainment & Arts

What are the Oscars?

The Oscars, also known as the Academy Awards, are an annual awards ceremony. Awards are given out for cinematic excellence. The awards ceremony is held by the Academy of Motio (MORE)
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Where are the Oscars?

\n. \n. \nOscars are a South American Cichlid that can grow as large as 18 inches. Belonging to the Kingdom: Animalia, Phylum:\nChordata, Class: Actinopterygii, Order:\nPerc (MORE)
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When do you get an Oscar?

After doing good work on an excellent film, you will be eligible for an Oscar after your film has premiered in Los Angeles County. Then, you're producer or your studio will su (MORE)
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When are the Oscars?

The Academy Award (Oscar) show is broadcast live in February orMarch of each year. The 80th Annual Academy Awards or as they are better known, theOscars, took place on Februar (MORE)
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Who is the Oscar behind 'the Oscars'?

The Academy Awards are popularly known as the Oscar due to an interesting incident that occurred in the Academy's Beverly Hill hdqrs. An employee of the Academy on seeing the (MORE)
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What Oscar did Oscar Wilde win?

The only Oscar to win an Oscar was lyricist Oscar Hammerstein II. The Irish writer and poet Oscar Wilde died in 1900, almost 29 years before the first Oscars were ever handed (MORE)