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No one has more Oscars than this iconic figure



Do you know who the Hollywood figure holds the record for most Oscars won?

Although not everyone’s cup of tea, the Oscars continue to be the biggest celebration of cinema it’s from Hollywood. They do not function exclusively as a quality meter, but rather as a kind of time capsule which allows us to get an idea of ​​what was and was not considered high quality at the time.

Not all of their decisions age well and end up becoming more famous for those they didn’t reward, as is the case with the unforgivable injustices with Alfred Hitchcock (“Psycho”) or Stanley Kubrick (“2001: Space Odyssey”).

Daniel Day-Lewis won his last Oscar for Best Actor as “Lincoln” by Steven Spielberg © Twentieth Century Fox

Among those who managed to conquer the Academystand out Frances McDormand (3 Oscars for Best actress), Daniel Day-Lewis (3 prizes Best Actor), Walter Brennan (won Best Supporting Actor 3 times), Katharine Hepburn (4 Oscars for Best Actress) or John Ford (six Oscars Best Director).

However, no one surpasses this iconic Hollywood figure who achieved a record number of nominations and victories.

Tom Hanks as Mickey Mouse’s father © Walt Disney Pictures

Pioneer in animation, Walt Disney worked as a film producer, director, scriptwriter, dubbing artist, animator and co-founder of The Walt Disney Company. In total, there were fifty-nine nominations, of which twenty-two resulted in competitive victories.

His first Academy Award was an honorary Oscar for creating one of the most unforgettable characters in history, Mickey Mousewith Disney winning four honorary Oscars in total, that is, a total of 26 Oscars.

Among all of Walt Disney’s nominations, only one of them concerns the Best Film category, for the iconic live-action musical “Mary Poppins” in 1964, starring Julie Andrews It is Dick Van Dyke.

It is worth noting that at the 26th Oscar ceremony in 1954, Disney won the Oscar in all four categories in which it was chosen: Best Short (Animated), Best Short (Live-action), Best Documentary (Feature) and Best Documentary (short). ). His last victory was in 1968, posthumously, in the category of Best Animated Short for the film “Winnie the Pooh and the Blustery Day”.


And you, did you know who held the record for the most Oscars? Are you a fan of Walt Disney?

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