Robert De Niro Wins Supporting Michael Caine Wins Supporting 1 day ago   03:02

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Robert De Niro wins the Oscar for Supporting Actor forThe Godfather Part II at the 47th Academy Awards. Presented by Ryan and Tatum O'Neal and accepted by Francis Ford Coppola. Introduced by Bob Hope.

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Robert Chretien
That Ryan is a fucking asshole. Yeah shove your daughter to get her to read noms names.
Daniel Olortegui
Damn! Three actors for the same movie
lalaxbo
Robert De Niro did an amazing performance in Godfather part 2 ! 😃 He really deserved the Oscar :).
Christian Sánchez
The Oscar show is better produced nowadays.
LiliSimon
wtf...why is a little girl wearing a low cut dress? :40 she grew up to fast and turned out so messed up
Virgo Mortensen
Dónde m.. Esta Robert De Niro
TruthMan
tatum dressed so sexy...fucked up Hollywood!!!!!!!!!!!
mrjinkorea
Too cool to show up for his own Oscar?? 😎
wget Desa
He has
Banking-Cartel Media-cartel
Ryan O'Neil was a great actor.
Sonam Rinchen
You can see at 1:48 when he hits her with his arm indicating it was her turn to speak.
ARCtrooperblueleader
De Niro deserved it. His role made Godfather Part II.
jennifersman
If there’d been no Godfather film that year, Astaire would’ve walked away with the Oscar, even for a dumb film like Towering Inferno
I say shotgun, you say wedding
I wonder how much cocaine Tatum snorted before getting on stage lol
tricky dick
I think Cazale deserved it. And wasn't even nominated.
Elaine Snow
Good lord, who picked out that dress for that child? Her dad?
Alan Anderson
John Cazale should have been nominated for his performance as Fredo. John Huston in Chinatown should be here, too.
wharsmetoothpicson
Couldn't imagine an actor not showing up at the Oscars these days.
Kip Kunkle
how the fuk could Deniro not show up for this., sad
Karan Virk
Who loved all three Godfather films hit like
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Michael Caine Wins Supporting Robert De Niro Wins Supporting 1 day ago   05:49

Michael Caine wins the Oscar for Supporting Actor for The Cider House Rules at the 72nd Academy Awards. Judi Dench presents the award; hosted by Billy Crystal.

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