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Then a Hollywood newcomer, Audrey Hepburn cradles the Best Actress Oscar she won for her first-ever movie, Roman Holiday, at the 1954 ceremony.
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BELLE OF THE BALL
Elizabeth Taylor – with her second husband, actor Michael Wilding – arrives in style to the 1953 Academy Awards.
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LOVE OF A LIFETIME
Paul Newman beams proudly beside wife Joanne Woodward, who picked up the Best Actress award for The Three Faces of Eve, at the Governors Ball in 1958.
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That’s a good look on you! Sidney Poitier takes his Oscar with a smile after winning for Lilies of the Field – and becoming the first black man to earn a Best Actor award.
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A FAMILY AFFAIR
Shirley MacLaine and her little brother Warren Beatty show that good looks run in the family, stepping out arm-in-arm at the 1966 Academy Awards.
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CAN YOU HEAR ME NOW?
Long before a BlackBerry was the must-have accessory for Hollywood’s elite, in 1962 Rita Moreno reaches out – via a public payphone! – to share the good news after winning Best Supporting Actress for the musical West Side Story.
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How you doin’? John Travolta – a Best Actor nominee in 1978 for Saturday Night Fever – takes one on the chin from Rocky star Sylvester Stallone, who would later direct Travolta in the 1983 disco sequel Staying Alive.
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SHE'S ONLY JUST BEGUN
A first-time nominee in 1979, Meryl Streep – who, with 16 Oscar nods, is the most-nominated actor in history – arrives with Christopher Walken, her costar in The Deer Hunter.
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COMING UP ROSES
Now that’s flower power! Goldie Hawn is in full bloom at the annual Governors Ball after the 1973 Academy Awards.
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