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The Academy Award statuette that Orson Welles won for the original screenplay of "Citizen Kane" was auctioned for more than $861,000 Tuesday in Los Angeles, the Associated Press reports.
Efforts to preserve and restore several iconic dresses from the Oscar-winning Civil War movie "Gone With the Wind" have uncovered what might be painful for die-hard fans: Some of them simply can't be made to look like they did on screen.
It's time to find out if fans of "Gone With the Wind" frankly give a damn about the fabulous dresses worn by Vivien Leigh in the multiple Oscar-winning Civil War drama.
Alfred Hitchcock's first two American movies, "Rebecca" and "Foreign Correspondent," competed against each other as best-picture finalists during the 1940 Academy Awards. "Rebecca" emerged as the Oscar winner. The results left "Foreign Correspondent" an also-ran with six nominations.