To Revisit Oscar-That Always Causes A Stir # 41

Three things about “Oliver” (1968)

1. Year awarded: 1969.
2. Location: Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, Los Angeles, California.
3. Actor/Actresses: Mark Lester, Ron Moody, Shani Wallis, Oliver
Reed, and Jack Wild.
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A musical based on Oliver Twist-
With many original songs, not to be missed.
-2010-

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To Revisit Oscar-That Always Causes A Stir # 18

Three things about “The Lost Weekend” (1945):

1. Year awarded: 1946.

2. Grauman’s Chinese Theater, Hollywood, California.

3. Actor/Actresses: Ray Milland and Jane Wyman.
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Too much drinking-
Including much of a past thinking.

To Revisit Oscar-That Always Causes A Stir # 26

Three Things About “From Here to Eternity” (1953)

1. Year awarded: 1954.

2. Location: RKO Pantages Theatre,
Hollywood, California.

3. Actor/Actresses: Burt Lancaster,
Montgomery Clift, Deborah Kerr,
Donna Reed, Frank Sinatra, and Ernest
Borgnine.
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Soldier life before the attack on Pearl
Harbor in Hawaii-
The lives, love, and problems that
happened to be.
-2010-

To Revisit Oscar-That Always Causes A Stir # 5

Three things about “Grand Hotel” (1932)

1. Year awarded 1932.

2. The Ambassador Hotel, Los Angeles, California.

3. Actor/Actresses: Greta Garbo, John Barrymore,
Joan Crawford, Wallace Beery, Lionel Barrymore,
Lewis Stone, and Jean Hersholt.
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In this movie, people come and go-
As the patterns between them, continue to grow.
-2010-

 

To Revisit Oscar-That Always Causes A Stir # 2

 

Three things about “The Broadway Melody” (1929)
1. Year awarded: 1930.
2. The Ambassador Hotel, Los Angeles, California.
3. Actor/Actresses: Charles King, Anita Page, and Bessie Love.

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Broadway came around-

In the movies, the first time in sound.

-2010-

To Revisit Oscar-That Always Causes A Stir # 17

Three About The Bells’s of St. Mary’s:

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1. Year awarded: 1945.
2. Grauman’s Chinese Theater, Hollywood, California.
3. Actor/Actresses: Bing Crosby, Henry Travers and Ingrid Bergman.
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A no comedy cease-
In the life of this priest.

-2010-

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To Revisit Oscar-That Always Causes A Stir # 21

Three Things About “Hamlet” (1948)
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1. Year awarded: 1949.
2. The Academy Theater, Hollywood, California.
3. Actor/Actresses: Laurence Olivier, Basil Sydney,
Eileen Herlie, and Jean Simmons.
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In this Shakespeare tale, we happen to find-
The results of a man who could not
make up his mind.
-2010-

 

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To Revisit Oscar-That Always Causes A Stir # 17

Three About The Bells’s of St. Mary’s:

.
1. Year awarded: 1945.
2. Grauman’s Chinese Theater, Hollywood, California.
3. Actor/Actresses: Bing Crosby, Henry Travers and Ingrid Bergman.
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A no comedy cease-
In the life of this priest.

-2010-

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To Revisit Oscar-That Always Causes A Stir # 2

Three Things About “The Broadway Melody” (1929)
.
1. Year awarded: 1930.
2. The Ambassador Hotel, Los Angeles, California.
3. Actor/Actresses: Charles King, Anita Page, and Bessie Love.
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Broadway came around-
In the movies, the first time in sound.
-2010-

 

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To Revisit Oscar-That Always Causes A Stir # 41

Three Things About “Oliver” (1968)

.
1. Year awarded: 1969.
2. Location: Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, Los Angeles, California.
3. Actor/Actresses: Mark Lester, Ron Moody, Shani Wallis, Oliver
Reed, and Jack Wild.
===========================================
A musical based on Oliver Twist-
With many original songs, not to be missed.
-2010-

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