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Photo of Joan Fontaine and Gary Cooper at the Academy Awards holding their Oscars

Fontaine and Gary Cooper holding their Oscars at the Academy Awards, 1942

1963 Oscars: Gregory Peck, Best Actor 1962 for "To Kill a Mockingbird" and Joan Crawford (accepting Best Actress Oscar for Anne Bancroft for "The Miracle Worker")

Joan Crawford accepted the Best Actress Oscar for Anne Bancroft for "The Miracle Worker" with Best Actor winner Gregory Peck for "To Kill a Mockingbird"

The 34th Academy Awards | Oscar Legacy | Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences  1961 Best Actor Maximilian Schell for Judgement At Nuremberg

1962 Oscars: Joan Crawford with Maximilian Schell, Best Actor 1961 for Judgment at Nuremberg

1963 Gregory Peck e Anne Bancroft vincono l'oscar. La Bancroft non partecipa alla premiazione, Joan Crowford ritira la statuetta in suo nome.

✰ May Joan Crawford delivers the Oscar to Anne Bancroft, for her role in 'The Miracle Worker', on the set of the movie 'Mother Courage'

Joan Fontaine - Best Actress Oscar for "Suspicion"

Joan Fontaine 1941 for her role as Lina McLaidlaw in Suspicion

Gary Cooper & James Cagney 1943

Gary Cooper and James Cagney at the 1942 Academy Awards after Cooper presented Cagney with the Best Actor statuette for Yankee Doodle Dandy. Ramirez YOUR MOVIE!

Gary Cooper, Won 2 academy awards 1,Sergeant York, 1942 and High Noon 1952

The Academy Awards Ceremony Best Actor Oscar Gary Cooper for ''Sergeant York'' 1941

7/12/14  9:16a  The Academy Awards  Ceremony  1968:  George Kennedy  Best Supporting  Actor Oscar for ''Cool hand Luke''    Presenter:  Patty Duke  1967 belindacollier.com

1968 - George Kennedy poses on April with his Oscar after he won for Best Supporting Actor in "Cool Hand Luke." It was his first Oscar.

Tommy Lee Jones won the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor for The Fugitive İn 1994.

The Academy Awards Ceremony Tommy Lee Jones Best Supporting Actor Oscar for ''The Fugitive''

Chris Cooper won the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor for Adaptation in 2002.

Best Supporting Actor winner Chris Cooper holds his Oscar backstage at the Anniversary Academy Awards, Sunday March 2003 at the Kodak Theatre in Hollywood.