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Humphrey Bogart winning Best Actor in 1952.  Presented by Greer Garson.

Humphrey Bogart Best Actor acceptance for "The African Queen" Presenter Greer Garson, introduced by Danny Kaye.

1946 - Ray Milland per "Giorni perduti"

1946 - Ray Milland per "Giorni perduti"

Casablanca  1942  -  Humphrey Bogart (Rick Blaine), Ingrid Bergman (Ilse Lund), Paul Henreid (Victor Laszlo), Claude Rains (capitano Louis Renault)

Casablanca: Humphrey Bogart, Claude Raines, Paul Henreid, and Ingrid Bergman.

Claire Trevor presenting (and smooching) 1952 Best Actor Winner: Humphrey Bogart for his role as Charlie Allnut in The African Queen (1951).

Claire Trevor presenting (and smooching) 1952 Best Actor Winner: Humphrey Bogart for his role as Charlie Allnut in The African Queen

1947 - Jane Wyman & Ronald Reagan at the Academy Awards.  Jane Wyman was Ronald Reagan's first wife.

PHOTOS: A Look Back At The Acadamy Awards Through The Years

1947 - Jane Wyman & Ronald Reagan at the Academy Awards. Jane Wyman was Ronald Reagan's first wife.

Greer Garson and James Cagney at the Oscar, 1943

1942 Academy Award Winners - Greer Garson - Best Actress Oscar for "Mrs. Miniver" and James Cagney - Best Actor Oscar for "Yankee Doodle Dandy"

Hattie McDaniel with her Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress, 1940

Hattie McDaniel with her Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress, 1940

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lists 9 of the shortest performances to win Academy Awards.

Wallace Berry con Lionel Barrymore y Conrad Nagel, maestro de ceremonias

1932 Oscars: Lionel Barrymore, Conrad Nagel, Wallace Beery, Best Actor for "The Champ" (Tie with Fredric March for "Dr.

Gene Hackman won academy award for his performance in "The French Connection." 1971

Gene Hackman, Actor - At sixteen years, Hackman left home to join the United States Marine Corps, where he served four-and-a-half years as a field radio operator - Bing Images

The Petrified Forest (1936) Archie Mayo, Bette Davis,

Leslie Howard, Bette Davis and Humphrey Bogart in The Petrified Forest 1936

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Anne Bancroft presenting Sidney Poitier the Oscar for Best Actor for his performance in "Lilies of the Field" at the Academy Awards® in Introduced by Jack Lemmon.

1943 Oscars: Greer Garson, Best Actress for "Mrs. Miniver" (1942); James Cagney, Best Actor for "Yankee Doodle Dandy" (1942)

Greer Garson, Best actress Oscar winner for the 1942 movie "Mrs. Miniver" with James Cagney also Oscar winner, Best Actor for the 1942 movie 'Yankee Doodle Dandy', at the Academy Awards Ceremony in 1943

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