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1. I can see Clark Gable and Vivien Leigh talking over there. I think it's about losing something because of the weather. Oh, Olivia de Havilland has joined them. What winning film from 1939 are they all from?
2. Natalie Wood and Richard Beymer are walking down me towards a fleet of flashing cameras, with Stephen Sondheim behind them furiously scribbling on a bit of paper, no doubt writing more lyrics. I can't quite hear what they're saying, but from what I can make out, they're in a tale about a cardinal point. That can't be right - what Oscar-winning film connects them?
3. Ah, here come Julie Andrews and Christopher Plummer now... with SEVEN children in tow? Wow, I wasn't expecting that. Oh, they're all in the same film. I remember now! The hills are alive with the name of which film?
4. Dustin Hoffman and Jon Voight have turned up, getting out of their limousine to shouts that I can only describe as being about herders and 12 in the morning. Still, they're obviously here for a reason, but I just can't remember the film they were in. Can you?
5. There's something quite awe-inspring about seeing Al Pacino, Marlon Brando and James Caan walking down the carpet to cheers and applause. I can't quite remember what film they were in together, but I do know it won the Best Picture Oscar in 1973. What is its name?
6. Over there, I can see Dustin Hoffman and Meryl Streep talking about their film with some journalists. Unfortunately, I can only catch a few words here and there, like 'divorce', 'custody' and 'breakfast'. Well, they don't make much sense to me, but do you know the film that they were both in?
7. Aha! Two living greats have just arrived! Sir Ben Kingsley and Richard Attenborough. It's quite clear they're both very proud of their Oscar-winning film, but being a carpet, I can't quite remember what it's called. Do you know the name?
8. I can see another knight, Sir Anthony Hopkins, walking down me, the red carpet, thankfully not looking as malevolent and creepy as he did in his film, alongside Jodie Foster. With a few mentions of quiet sheep, I think it's safe to say that I can definitely remember the name of this landmark film. But can you?
9. Look, there's Kate Winslet and Leonardo DiCaprio, talking about what appears to me to be a 'huge', 'massive', and 'giant' film. The name of the film in question momentarily escapes me, but I know it's synonymous with all of these words. Can you remember it?
10. Rounding off the celebrations this evening are Colin Firth and Geoffrey Rush, with the former addressing the masses with his English charm. He mentions how he felt privileged to play the role of a British monarch. I remember it now - it's a fantastic film. Do you know the name of this 2010 film?
Source: Author eburge
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