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#1. Jeremy Irons won an Oscar for his portrayal of a European aristocrat in… [R——- of ——-]

#2. Which film won 7 academy awards in 1998 and become the first comedy to win the Best Picture award since Annie Hall in 1977? [S———- — —-]

#3. Danny Boyle won the best director Oscar in 2008. The film he directed won 8 Oscars in total. What is the film called? [——- M———-]

#4. In 1991 Anthony Hopkins won an Oscar for his role in which film?

#5. The 1982 Oscar for best actor when to someone portraying Gandhi. Who was the actor? [— ——–]

#6. Which actress won an Oscar in 1970 and 1973 and has since been a member of parliament for over 15 years? [G—– ——-]

#7. Which royal actress won the best actress Oscar in 2006?

#8. Who won the best actor Oscar in the films My Left Foot and There will be blood? [—— –y-L—-]

#9. Which British screen legend served as a commando in WWII, won an Oscar in 1958 for ‘Separate Tables’ and hosted the Oscars more than once? [D—- N—-]

#10. Which 1957 British film starring William Holden, Alec Guinness and Jack Hawkins was directed by David Lean and won seven Oscars? [— B—– — the R—- K—]



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