Asked in Oscars
Which Canadian Director won Academy Award prior to 1960?
Asked in US Presidents, US Navy, US Air Force
When is the Date of naval academy graduation this year?
Liability of company is not liability of director?
Asked in Ice Hockey
How many gold medals has the men's Canadian hockey team won on Canadian Soil?
Asked in US Army, US National Guard
Can you get into the army academy after you have served active duty?
What is the salary of a winn dixie store director?
How much money does a enlisted cadet make in the US Air Force?
Asked in Polygraphs
Do police academy cadets have to take a polygraph test prior to being a cop?
Asked in Oscars
How much is an Academy Award statue worth?
In a sense, they have no value. Whoever receives an Oscar must sign a legal contract stating that the Oscar must be offered back to the Academy for one cent prior to selling or giving the Oscar to anyone else. It was discovered at the last award cermony that the contract was not valid for minors. A revised contract was made and signed by a guardian which states that the winner must sign the traditional contract upon turning 18 or return the Oscar. Because the original contract is not valid for minors, two former winners may be able to sell their Oscars if they choose to do so, as they were not of legal age when the signed the traditional contract.
Have any non-Canadian forces been awarded the Canadian Campaign Star for service in Afghanistan?
How much is an 1820 Canadian ten dollar bill worth?
What would I have to do to prepare for an acting audition for the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts with no prior acting experience?
Asked in Ancient Greece, Aristotle
What Greek Philosopher started the Academy?
Asked in Canada
Can an American drive across Canadian border without passport?
Asked in India, Banks and Financial Institutions
Who is the current chairman of syndicate bank?
Asked in World War 2, Jobs, Canadian Military
Was there a Canadian military prior to World War 2?
Yes, there was some form of Canadian Army prior to the Confederation of Canada in 1867. Canada sent 600,000 men to fight in the First World War and the Canadians earned a reputation as expert troops, who stood their ground. The Canadian Army in the First World War was respected for their professional ability. In 1939, as the Second World war began, Canada once again, rallied to the cause , to prevent German domination of the world.
Asked in Entertainment & Arts
What is the name of the awards given by the national cartoonist society?
Since 1954, the awards have been commonly known as the Reubens (named for Reuben "Rube" Goldberg, the society's first president and designer of the award statuette), though most properly that name only applies to the Cartoonist of the Year award; the other awards either have their own names, or are simply known as Division Awards. (Prior to 1954, the awards were called the Billy DeBeck Memorial Award--the Barneys, for short--and the recipient received an engraved silver cigarette box. In 1954, the award name was changed, and all of the prior winners were given Reuben statuettes.)