The most memorable moments of OSCARS all time

The most memorable moments OSCARS all time

The bright! The glamor! The tears! Tantrums! When it comes to awards season, there is nothing bigger or better than the Oscars.

And over the years, this star-studded event has provided memorable moments. The Academy Awards have seen it all, caught on camera should be in the annals of the history of the Oscars.

We look at the most memorable moments Oscars of all time.


Jennifer Lawrence stumbles into her gown 2013.


Adrien Brody steals a kiss Halle Berry, 2003.


Sally Field, speech, emotional clarity 1985. With Sally Field accepted the award for best actress for her role Places in the Heart, with one of the most memorable acceptance speeches in Oscar history. Grabbing the golden statuette, the actress, who picked up his second award in five years, told the audience: “I have not had an orthodox career, and I wanted more than anything to have your respect. It is not the first time she felt, but this time I’m sorry. And I can not deny the fact that I like.Right now, I like! .


Whoopi Goldberg dresses of Queen Elizabeth, 1999.


The most famous selfie. Oscar 2014 became the scene of the most famous in the world autofoto when Ellen DeGeneres pulled out his smartphone and pushed some of the most famous names in Hollywood to become a selfie certainly many stars shining. Actors: front row from left: Jared Leto, Jennifer Lawrence, Meryl Streep, Ellen DeGeneres, Bradley Cooper, Peter Nyong’o Jr. (brother of Lupita Nyong’o and the only person not famous in the photo), and, second row, from left, Channing Tatum, Julia Roberts, Kevin Spacey, Brad Pitt, Angelina Jolie and Lupita Nyongío.



Audrey Hepburn won the Oscar for best actress at the Oscars 26th in 1954 for his role in Roman Holiday




Angelina Jolie showing her leg in 2012.



Robin Williams makes Blame Canada from the South Park movie :, 2000.



The speech of Christopher Reeve, 1996. In what is possibly the most emotional of all time Oscar time. In the 68th Academy Awards in 1996, the actor Christopher Reeve took the stage and gave an emotional speech on the duty to Hollywood to address social problems in the films.Reeve, who played Superman in the original films, received a standing ovation in what was his first public appearance in Hollywood after the riding accident in Virginia last year that left him paralyzed.


Roberto Benigni becomes double Oscar winner 1999.


South Park becomes entrainment 2000

South Park Trey Parker, Matt Stone and Marc Shaiman stole the limelight on the red carpet of the awards of the 72nd Academy in 2000, when they were well presented after the musical sequence Blame Canada was nominated for best original song. Parker (left) carried a copy dress Award Versace Grammy Green Jennifer Lopez, while (right) dressed in a dress that looked very similar to pink Ralph Lauren gown Gwyneth Paltrow from the 1999 Oscars, and Shaiman (center) he was decorated in a blue jacket and hairy fedora.


Elizabeth Taylor overshadowed by a streaker 1974


Jack Nicholson and Louise Fletcher won best actor and best actress of 1976.

Jack Nicholson and Louise Fletcher became the topic of conversation at the 48th Academy Awards in 1976, after winning best actor and best actress for her role in One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest. The couple, who were in a relationship at that time, interpreted Randle Patrick McMurphy and Nurse Ratched in the film, which also won the Academy Award for Best Picture, Best Director and Best Adapted Screenplay in 1976, becoming one of the three movies win all five major Academy awards (the other two were in 1934 happened one night and 1991, the silence of the lambs).


Gwyneth Paltrow’s tears when picking up the Academy Award for Best Actress 1999.


Melissa Leo drops the F-bomb 2011 L actress Melissa Leo seemed to forget herself with the emotion of the moment and let out some expletives during his acceptance speech when he won the trophy for best actress at the Oscars 2011 for his role in The Fighter. While the honor of actor Kirk Douglas (left) accepted, Leo let out the first F-bomb in Oscar history. “Yes, I am speechless; Golly well, there are people there too, “he said. Then, referring to Kate Winslet, added: “When I saw Kate two years ago, so f *** ‘Fortunately it looked, was not enough to spread the word that happy time, but this did not prevent the speech was one of the funniest ever.


Lupita Nyong’o emotional speech of 2014. “12 Years a Slave”

“I could not escape for a moment that such joy in my life is through so much pain on someone else,” he said.


Woody Allen attends his first Oscar in the wake of the terrorist attack of 9/11 2002.

Despite the constant recognition at the Oscars, director Woody Allen never attended the awards. But in 2002 the self-imposed ban broke and made his first and last appearance Oscar to introduce a film clip about film-making in New York to greet the city he loved following the tragedy of September 11th. An excited Allen received a standing ovation as he thanked Hollywood for its support to his hometown.


Halle Berry becomes the first African American woman to win the Oscar for best actress in 2002.


Sacheen Littlefeather accepts the award Marlon Brando. In 1973, Marlon Brando won best actor for playing Vito Corleone in The Godfather, but boycotted the ceremony by sending Sacheen Littlefeather (little known Native American actress Maria Cruz) instead. When Oscar was announced, the actress read a written Brando stating that refuses the prize to protest the “unfair treatment of Americans today by the Indian film industry” statement.


Heath Ledger’s family accept her award 2009.

Hollywood was still mourning the tragic death of Australian actor Heath Ledger when he was awarded the Academy Award for Best Actor in a Supporting Role for his portrayal of The Joker in The Dark Knight in the 81st Oscar in 2009. The family of the actor, including his father Kim and mother Sally (left) and her sister Kate (center) accepted the honor on his behalf, in one of the most exciting moments in Oscar history. In an emotional speech, his father said: “This award tonight would have humbly validated Heath’s quiet determination to be truly accepted by you all.”


Eleven year old Anna Paquin won the 1994 Oscar.

Actress Anna Paquin was just 11 when he won the Oscar for best supporting actress for the 66th Academy Awards in 1994 for her role as the daughter of a mute pianist. Jadeada emotion, the tiny star thanked his director and his father, in his acceptance speech, as he became the second youngest winner of an Academy Award.