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-->-- '''Peter Bogdanovich''', ''Who the Hell's in It''

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-->-- '''Peter Bogdanovich''', '''Creator/PeterBogdanovich''', ''Who the Hell's in It''


'''Creator/StevenSpielberg''': "Yeah, it was the greatest honor I've ever recieved."\\

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'''Creator/StevenSpielberg''': "Yeah, it was the greatest honor I've ever recieved.received."\\



'''Lucas''': "I just wanna say that it's much better to give than to recieve."\\

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'''Lucas''': "I just wanna say that it's much better to give than to recieve.receive."\\

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-> '''Creator/FrancisFordCoppola''': "The three of us are here today because we know what a great honor it is to win an academy award for directing."\\
'''Creator/StevenSpielberg''': "Yeah, it was the greatest honor I've ever recieved."\\
'''Creator/GeorgeLucas''': "Hey guys, [[AwardSnub I've never won an Academy Award]]."\\
'''Spielberg''': "So why are you here?."\\
'''Lucas''': "I dunno, I got nominated a couple of times."\\
'''Coppola''': "So anyway, the two of us (indicating himself and Spielberg) know what a great honor it'll be for one of the five nominees."\\
'''Lucas''': "I just wanna say that it's much better to give than to recieve."\\
'''Spielberg and Coppola''': "No it's not."
-->-- '''[[UsefulNotes/AcademyAwardsCeremonies 2007 Oscars]]''', where Coppola, Lucas, Spielberg prepared a short skit before reading the nominees and ultimately awarding Creator/MartinScorsese[[note]]Scorsese had long been considered a major case of AwardSnub until ''The Departed'' which was seen as a ConsolationAward and during the 2007 season, as more or less a coronation. As such Coppola and Spielberg {{Lampshaded}} that Lucas was now the major film-maker of his generation who remained snubbed[[/note]].


-->-- '''Creator/HowardHawks''', ''Who the Devil's in It'' (interviews with Peter Bogdanovich), winner of Lifetime Achievement Award, 1974.

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-->-- '''Creator/HowardHawks''', ''Who the Devil's Hell's in It'' (interviews with Peter Bogdanovich), winner of Lifetime Achievement Award, 1974.



->''"[[WhamLine There's a mistake.]] ''[[Film/Moonlight2016 Moonlight]]'', [[WhamLine you guys won Best Picture.]] [[NotMakingThisUpDisclaimer This is not a joke!]]"''

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->''"[[WhamLine There's ->''"There's a mistake.]] ''[[Film/Moonlight2016 Moonlight]]'', [[WhamLine mistake. ''Film/{{Moonlight|2016}}'', you guys won Best Picture.]] [[NotMakingThisUpDisclaimer Picture. This is not a joke!]]"''joke!"''


->''"[[WhamLine There's a mistake.]] ''[[Film/Moonlight2016 Moonlight]]'', [[WhamLine you guys won Best Picture.]]"''

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->''"[[WhamLine There's a mistake.]] ''[[Film/Moonlight2016 Moonlight]]'', [[WhamLine you guys won Best Picture.]]"'']] [[NotMakingThisUpDisclaimer This is not a joke!]]"''


->''"[[WhamLine There's a mistake.]] ''[[Film/Moonlight2016 Moonlight]]'', [[WhamLine you guys won Best Picture]]"''

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->''"[[WhamLine There's a mistake.]] ''[[Film/Moonlight2016 Moonlight]]'', [[WhamLine you guys won Best Picture]]"''Picture.]]"''

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->''"[[WhamLine There's a mistake.]] ''[[Film/Moonlight2016 Moonlight]]'', [[WhamLine you guys won Best Picture]]"''
-->-- '''Jordan Horowitz''', upon finding that he'd wrongly been awarded Best Picture for ''Film/LaLaLand''.


->''"[[EarlyInstallmentWeirdness It was a private affair, you see -- no television, of course, no radio even]] -- just a group of friends giving each other a party. Because, you know, there is something [[LampshadeHanging a little embarrassing about all these wealthy people publicly congratulating each other]]. When it began, we kidded ourselves: ‘All right, Freddie March,’ we’d say, ‘we know you’re making a million dollars -- now come on up and get your little medal for it!'"''

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->''"[[EarlyInstallmentWeirdness It ->''"It was a private affair, you see -- no television, of course, no radio even]] even -- just a group of friends giving each other a party. Because, you know, there is something [[LampshadeHanging a little embarrassing about all these wealthy people publicly congratulating each other]].other. When it began, we kidded ourselves: ‘All right, Freddie March,’ we’d say, ‘we know you’re making a million dollars -- now come on up and get your little medal for it!'"''



-->-- '''Peter Bogdanovich''', ''Who the Hell's in It''.

->''"I started making [[Film/MeanStreets my first major film in 1973]], so from then until 2007, it’s a long time [[AwardSnub not being recognised by the Academy]] in that way. The problem is that it's not about the prize. It's about being able to get films made. [[DoingItForTheArt That is what I keep my eye on]]. When the actual statuette was awarded to me, and by the way, [[ItsNotSupposedToWinOscars I didn’t think]] Film/TheDeparted would get anything, it came at a good time in my life, for personal reasons, for family reasons. It certainly helped me get financing for a couple of pictures, and I hope my next one, Silence."''

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-->-- '''Peter Bogdanovich''', ''Who the Hell's in It''.

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->''"I started making [[Film/MeanStreets my first major film ''[Film/MeanStreets]'' in 1973]], 1973, so from then until 2007, it’s a long time [[AwardSnub not being recognised by the Academy]] Academy in that way. The problem is that it's not about the prize. It's about being able to get films made. [[DoingItForTheArt That is what I keep my eye on]]. on. When the actual statuette was awarded to me, and by the way, [[ItsNotSupposedToWinOscars I didn’t think]] Film/TheDeparted think ''Film/TheDeparted'' would get anything, it came at a good time in my life, for personal reasons, for family reasons. It certainly helped me get financing for a couple of pictures, and I hope my next one, Silence.''Film/{{Silence}}''."''


-> ''I don’t think much of some of the pictures that have won so I don’t think it would mean much to me. I’ve seen too many pictures I thought were '''not''' good pictures nominated and win. It hasn’t anything to do with the fact that I didn’t ever get one myself. The awards banquet used to be so ridiculous -- I just didn’t agree with it -- and I listened to too many speeches of acceptance that would have made good comedy.''

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-> ''I ->''"I don’t think much of some of the pictures that have won so I don’t think it would mean much to me. I’ve seen too many pictures I thought were '''not''' good pictures nominated and win. It hasn’t anything to do with the fact that I didn’t ever get one myself. The awards banquet used to be so ridiculous -- I just didn’t agree with it -- and I listened to too many speeches of acceptance that would have made good comedy.''"''



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-> ''Nothing would disgust me more, morally, than receiving an Oscar.''

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-> ''The whole concept of awards is silly. I cannot abide by the judgment of other people, because if you accept it when they say you deserve an award, then you have to accept it when they say you don't.''

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-> ''[[EarlyInstallmentWeirdness It was a private affair, you see -- no television, of course, no radio even]] -- just a group of friends giving each other a party. Because, you know, there is something [[LampshadeHanging a little embarrassing about all these wealthy people publicly congratulating each other]]. When it began, we kidded ourselves: ‘All right, Freddie March,’ we’d say, ‘we know you’re making a million dollars -- now come on up and get your little medal for it!' ''

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->''"[[EarlyInstallmentWeirdness It was a private affair, you see -- no television, of course, no radio even]] -- just a group of friends giving each other a party. Because, you know, there is something [[LampshadeHanging a little embarrassing about all these wealthy people publicly congratulating each other]]. When it began, we kidded ourselves: ‘All right, Freddie March,’ we’d say, ‘we know you’re making a million dollars -- now come on up and get your little medal for it!' ''it!'"''



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-> ''The alleged origin of the award’s now official nickname in itself indicates a certain inebriated lightness. Supposedly, the rear end of the statuette (for some reason it’s a naked gent with a sword) reminded Creator/BetteDavis of the one on a boyfriend named Oscar, and she didn’t mind loudly mentioning the resemblance. It was hard, therefore, to be entirely serious about a prize named after somebody’s ass.''

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->''"The alleged origin of the award’s now official nickname in itself indicates a certain inebriated lightness. Supposedly, the rear end of the statuette (for some reason it’s a naked gent with a sword) reminded Creator/BetteDavis of the one on a boyfriend named Oscar, and she didn’t mind loudly mentioning the resemblance. It was hard, therefore, to be entirely serious about a prize named after somebody’s ass.''"''



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-> ''I started making [[Film/MeanStreets my first major film in 1973]], so from then until 2007, it’s a long time [[AwardSnub not being recognised by the Academy]] in that way. The problem is that it's not about the prize. It's about being able to get films made. [[DoingItForTheArt That is what I keep my eye on]]. When the actual statuette was awarded to me, and by the way, [[ItsNotSupposedToWinOscars I didn’t think]] Film/TheDeparted would get anything, it came at a good time in my life, for personal reasons, for family reasons. It certainly helped me get financing for a couple of pictures, and I hope my next one, Silence.''
-->-- '''Creator/MartinScorsese'''

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-> ''I
->''"I started making [[Film/MeanStreets my first major film in 1973]], so from then until 2007, it’s a long time [[AwardSnub not being recognised by the Academy]] in that way. The problem is that it's not about the prize. It's about being able to get films made. [[DoingItForTheArt That is what I keep my eye on]]. When the actual statuette was awarded to me, and by the way, [[ItsNotSupposedToWinOscars I didn’t think]] Film/TheDeparted would get anything, it came at a good time in my life, for personal reasons, for family reasons. It certainly helped me get financing for a couple of pictures, and I hope my next one, Silence.''
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-->-- '''Creator/MartinScorsese''''''Creator/MartinScorsese'''
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-->-- '''Peter Bogdanovich''', ''Who the Hell's in It''.

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-->-- '''Peter Bogdanovich''', ''Who the Hell's in It''.It''.

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-> ''I started making [[Film/MeanStreets my first major film in 1973]], so from then until 2007, it’s a long time [[AwardSnub not being recognised by the Academy]] in that way. The problem is that it's not about the prize. It's about being able to get films made. [[DoingItForTheArt That is what I keep my eye on]]. When the actual statuette was awarded to me, and by the way, [[ItsNotSupposedToWinOscars I didn’t think]] Film/TheDeparted would get anything, it came at a good time in my life, for personal reasons, for family reasons. It certainly helped me get financing for a couple of pictures, and I hope my next one, Silence.''
-->-- '''Creator/MartinScorsese'''


-> ''The alleged origin of the award’s now official nickname in itself indicates a certain inebriated lightness. Supposedly, the rear end of the statuette (for some reason it’s a naked gent with a sword) reminded Bette Davis of the one on a boyfriend named Oscar, and she didn’t mind loudly mentioning the resemblance. It was hard, therefore, to be entirely serious about a prize named after somebody’s ass.''

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-> ''The alleged origin of the award’s now official nickname in itself indicates a certain inebriated lightness. Supposedly, the rear end of the statuette (for some reason it’s a naked gent with a sword) reminded Bette Davis Creator/BetteDavis of the one on a boyfriend named Oscar, and she didn’t mind loudly mentioning the resemblance. It was hard, therefore, to be entirely serious about a prize named after somebody’s ass.''


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-->-- '''Creator/CaryGrant''', ''Who the Hell's in It'' (interviews with Peter Bogdanovich), winner of Lifetime Achievement Award, 1969.

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-->-- '''Creator/CaryGrant''', ''Who the Hell's in It'' (interviews with Peter Bogdanovich), winner of Lifetime Achievement Award, 1969.1969.

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-> ''The alleged origin of the award’s now official nickname in itself indicates a certain inebriated lightness. Supposedly, the rear end of the statuette (for some reason it’s a naked gent with a sword) reminded Bette Davis of the one on a boyfriend named Oscar, and she didn’t mind loudly mentioning the resemblance. It was hard, therefore, to be entirely serious about a prize named after somebody’s ass.''
-->-- '''Peter Bogdanovich''', ''Who the Hell's in It''.


-> ''[[EarlyInstallmentWeirdness It was a private affair, you see -- no television, of course, no radio even]] -- just a group of friends giving each other a party. Because, you know, there is something [[LampshadeHanging a little embarrassing about all these wealthy people publicly congratulating each other]]. When it began, we kidded ourselves: ‘All right, Freddie March]],’ we’d say, ‘we know you’re making a million dollars—now come on up and get your little medal for it!' ''
-->-- '''Creator/CaryGrant'', ''Who the Hell's in It'' (interviews with Peter Bogdanovich), winner of Lifetime Achievement Award, 1969.

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-> ''[[EarlyInstallmentWeirdness It was a private affair, you see -- no television, of course, no radio even]] -- just a group of friends giving each other a party. Because, you know, there is something [[LampshadeHanging a little embarrassing about all these wealthy people publicly congratulating each other]]. When it began, we kidded ourselves: ‘All right, Freddie March]],’ March,’ we’d say, ‘we know you’re making a million dollars—now dollars -- now come on up and get your little medal for it!' ''
-->-- '''Creator/CaryGrant'', '''Creator/CaryGrant''', ''Who the Hell's in It'' (interviews with Peter Bogdanovich), winner of Lifetime Achievement Award, 1969.


-->-- '''Creator/LuisBunuel'', whose 1972 film ''The Discreet Charm of the Bourgeosie'' won the Oscar.

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-->-- '''Creator/LuisBunuel'', '''Creator/LuisBunuel''', whose 1972 film ''The Discreet Charm of the Bourgeosie'' won the Oscar.

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-> ''I don’t think much of some of the pictures that have won so I don’t think it would mean much to me. I’ve seen too many pictures I thought were '''not''' good pictures nominated and win. It hasn’t anything to do with the fact that I didn’t ever get one myself. The awards banquet used to be so ridiculous -- I just didn’t agree with it -- and I listened to too many speeches of acceptance that would have made good comedy.''
-->-- '''Creator/HowardHawks''', ''Who the Devil's in It'' (interviews with Peter Bogdanovich), winner of Lifetime Achievement Award, 1974.

-> ''Nothing would disgust me more, morally, than receiving an Oscar.''
-->-- '''Creator/LuisBunuel'', whose 1972 film ''The Discreet Charm of the Bourgeosie'' won the Oscar.

-> ''The whole concept of awards is silly. I cannot abide by the judgment of other people, because if you accept it when they say you deserve an award, then you have to accept it when they say you don't.''
-->-- '''Creator/WoodyAllen''', winner of 4 Oscars (3 for Original Screenplay, one for Best Director)[[note]]He has never attended any ceremony barring the one in 2002 after the 9/11 attacks. He has never accepted his awards in person[[/note]]

-> ''[[EarlyInstallmentWeirdness It was a private affair, you see -- no television, of course, no radio even]] -- just a group of friends giving each other a party. Because, you know, there is something [[LampshadeHanging a little embarrassing about all these wealthy people publicly congratulating each other]]. When it began, we kidded ourselves: ‘All right, Freddie March]],’ we’d say, ‘we know you’re making a million dollars—now come on up and get your little medal for it!' ''
-->-- '''Creator/CaryGrant'', ''Who the Hell's in It'' (interviews with Peter Bogdanovich), winner of Lifetime Achievement Award, 1969.

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