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Oscars trivia: Test your knowledge on romantic movies

Think you’ve got a good head for Academy Award trivia?  Try your luck with these brain-teasers about the history of romantic films at the Oscars.

  1. Which of these romantic films received the most Oscars?

  2. Which of these 1980s romantic films was not nominated for best picture?

  3. Annie Hall (1977)

    Annie Hall (1977)

    Woody Allen’s Annie Hall (1977) is one of the very, very few romantic comedies to win best picture. Which one of these does not appear in the film?

  4. Two romantic films starring Ingrid Bergman – Casablanca and For Whom the Bell Tolls – received 17 nominations between them at the 16th Academy Awards in 1944. But for which was Bergman herself nominated?

  5. All of these couples won the Oscars for best actor and best actress – except one pair, who were only nominated. Which pair lost out?

  6. This is a still from which romantic best picture Oscar winner?

  7. Which of these did NOT win the Oscar for best actress?

  8. All these romantic films won the best song Oscar, except for one, which was nominated only for best costume design. Which was that?

  9. Brokeback Mountain (2005)

    Brokeback Mountain (2005)

    Brokeback Mountain was the most nominated film at the 88th Academy Awards, though it won in just three categories. Which of these combinations of the awards it received is correct?

  10. All these films with ‘Love’ in the title were nominated for best picture, but only one of them won. Which?

  11. This is a detail from a famous still from which of these best picture Oscar winners?

  12. Parenthood (1989)

    Parenthood (1989)

    Which songwriter’s (to date) 12 Oscar-nominated songs include ‘I Love to See You Smile’ (from Parenthood), ‘When She Loved Me’ (from Toy Story 2) and ‘A Fool in Love’ (from Meet the Parents)?

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