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No Casablanca won three Oscars:

---- Academy Award for Best Picture - Warner Bros. (Hal B. Wallis, producer)

Academy Award for Best Director - Michael Curtiz

Academy Award for Writing Adapted Screenplay - Julius J. Epstein, Philip G. Epstein and Howard Koch

It was also nominated for another five Oscars:

Academy Award for Best Actor - Humphrey Bogart

Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor - Claude Rains

Academy Award for Best Cinematography, black-and-white - Arthur Edeson

Academy Award for Film Editing - Owen Marks

Academy Award for Original Music Score - Max Steiner ----

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