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57th Academy Awards® (1985) ~ The Best Leading Actress Oscar® went to Sally Field for her performance in "Places in the Heart" (1984) and F. Murray Abraham for his performance in "Amadeus" (1984)

Academy Awards® Oscar winners: Sally Field, Best Actress for "Places in the Heart" and F. Murray Abraham, Best Actor for "Amadeus"

1991 - KATHY BATES - Best Actress in a Leading Role -  MISERY

1991 KATHY BATES winning her award for well deserved work in the movie "Misery".

3/6/14 2:30a The Academy Awards Ceremony 2003: Nicole Kidman Best Actress Oscar for "The Hours" (2002)

Speaking about winning Best Actress Oscar at the annual Academy Awards in she said: 'I was sitting in the Beverly Hills hotel with a gold statue and I was the loneliest I'd ever been. I was jolted out of the idea that "this is gonna heal me"'

Liza Minnelli and Joel Gray with their Oscars for ‘Cabaret’, 1973.

"Cabaret" Oscar winners for Best Actress Liza Minnelli and Best Supporting Actor Joel Grey.

Оскар за фильм Кабаре.

Оскар за фильм Кабаре.

Oscars 1965 - Julie Andrews WON the  Best Actress Oscar for her iconic role playing Mary Poppins in the eponymous film.  She was wearing a bright yellow A-line dress and gorgeous diamond fringe necklace.

Oscars 1965 - Julie Andrews WON the Best Actress Oscar for her iconic role playing Mary Poppins in the eponymous film. She was wearing a bright yellow A-line dress and gorgeous diamond fringe necklace.

Liza Minnelli  New York, New York

Liza Minnelli New York, New York

1991 Jodie Foster - The Silence of the Lambs

1991 JODIE FOSTER Oscar winner for best actress in the movie "The Silence of the Lambs"

Liza Minnelli(; born March 12, 1946) is an American actress and singer. With a career spanning six decades, she has reached legendary status in multiple fields of entertainment and is among a small group of entertainers who have been honored with an Emmy, Grammy, Oscar, and Tony Award. She is considered both an American icon and a gay icon

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Strikingly similar: The pop star mimicked Liza's fringed pixie, bold brows, long lashes, a.

Meryl Streep (Best Supporting Actress) and Dustin Hoffman (Best Actor) with their Oscars for "Kramer vs. Kramer."

Dustin Hoffman - 1979 Best Actor & Meryl Streep - 1979 Best Supporting Actress - both for "Kramer vs.

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