Is there an Oscar for knowing Oscar trivia?

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If you find yourself glued to the TV when the Academy Awards roll around each year, this quiz might be your chance to shine.

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From left, clockwise, Timothy Hutton, Tatum O'Neal, Quvenzhané Wallis, and Anna Paquin
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Who is the youngest person ever to win an Oscar?

Tatum O'Neal was the youngest standard Oscar winner. She 10 years old when she won Best Supporting Actress for the role she played opposite her father, Ryan O'Neal, in 1973's "Paper Moon."

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From left, clockwise: Ben-Hur poster; a scene from Titanic; West Side Story album back; a scene from Lord of the Rings: Return of the King
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Which of the following films did not win 11 Academy Awards?

"West Side Story" is the only film listed to win 10 Oscars. All of the other films listed won 11 each.

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Katharine Hepburn; Meryl Streep; Jack Nicholson; Ingrid Bergman
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Which actor or actress has won the most Oscars in the acting categories?

Katharine Hepburn has won the most acting Oscars ever, with four awards total. Streep, Nicholas, and Bergman have each won three.

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An 'Oscar girl' stands next to Will Smith as Richard King accepts the Academy Award for Best Sound Editing in 2009
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Who replaced the Oscar "trophy girls," like the one pictured here, standing next to Will Smith, in 2013?

In an effort to "blow dust" off the institutions like the traditional Oscar "trophy girls," the producers of the show chose six aspiring film students through a national contest to hand out the awards at the broadcast.

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Steven Spielberg, Clint Eastwood, Frank Capra and John Ford
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Which director has won the most Oscars for Best Director?

John Ford has won the most Oscars for directing. He won for "The Informer" (1935), "The Grapes of Wrath" (1940), "How Green Was My Valley" (1941) and "The Quiet Man" (1952).

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A worker carries an over-sized replica of the Academy Award statue
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How much does an Oscar statue weigh?

An Oscar statuette weights 8.5 lbs and is 13.5 inches tall.

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Katharine Hepburn, Jessica Tandy, Helen Mirren, and Judy Dench
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Who is the oldest actress to ever win Best Actress?

Jessica Tandy is the oldest actress to ever win a Best Lead Actress Oscar for her role in "Driving Miss Daisy." She was almost 81 when she won.

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Leonardo DiCaprio at the EE British Academy Film Awards
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How many Academy Awards has Leonardo DiCaprio won?

Nominated a total of six times, four of which were acting nominations, DiCaprio won his first Academy Award in 2016.

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Matthew McConaughey accepts the Academy Award for Best Actor in a Lead Role in 2014
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How long are Academy Award acceptance speeches supposed to be?

Oscar speeches are supposed to be no more than 45 seconds long, however this rule is often broken, including by Matthew McConaughey, whose speech ran for about 3 minutes in 2014.

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Whoopi Goldberg; Sidney Poitier, Hattie McDaniel, James Earl Jones
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Who was the first African-American to win an Oscar?

The first African-American to receive an Oscar was Hattie McDaniel. She won Best Supporting Actress for her role in "Gone With the Wind."

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Edith Head; Walt Disney; Katharine Hepburn; Alan Menken
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Who has won the most Oscars ever?

Walt Disney holds the record for most awards ever, with 22 statuettes won in total. He also holds the record for winning the most awards in a single year when he took home four Oscars in 1954.

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Morgan Freeman next to a Shawshank Redemption poster; a scene from The Matrix; a poster of Pulp Fiction, and a scene from Braveheart
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Which movie won zero awards for the categories it was nominated in?

Of the four movies listed, only "The Shawshank Redemption" went home empty-handed, winning zero awards from its seven nominations.

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Signs for Beauty and the Beast and The Lion King, a man dressed up as Buzz Lightyear from Toy Story, and statues from Up
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Which was the first animated film to ever receive a Best Picture nomination?

In 1991, Disney's "Beauty and the Beast" was the first animated film to receive a nomination for Best Picture.

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