Master of Ceremonies Bob Hope, center, poses with four Oscar winners after the Academy Awards ceremony in Santa Monica, Calif. on April 18, 1961. Photographed with Hope are, from left to right, British actor Peter Ustinov, best supporting actor for his role in "Spartacus"; Shirley Jones, best supporting actress for her role in "Elmer Gantry"; Elizabeth Taylor, best actress for her role in "Butterfield 8"; and Burt Lancaster, best actor for his role in "Elmer Gantry." (AP Photo/stf)

Vintage photos show classic Hollywood stars at the Oscars

The Academy Awards Ceremony Peter Ustinov Sup Actor ''Spartacus'' Shirley Jones Sup Actress ''Elmer Gantry'' Bob Hope Host Elizabeth Taylor Actress ''BUtterfield Burt Lancaster Actor ''Elmer Gantry'' 1960

Joe Pesci - Best Supporting Actor Oscar for "Goodfellas" 1990

Actor Joe Pesci smiles as he holds up his Oscar for Best Supporting Actor for his role in "Goodfellas" at the annual Academy Awards ceremony, Los Angeles.

Benicio Del Toro won the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor for his role as Javier Rodríguez in Traffic (2000).

Academy Awards® ~ Benicio Del Toro won the Best Supporting Actor Oscar® for his performance in "Traffic" (Won 1 Oscar. Another 40 wins & 28 nominations)

Christopher Walken wins Best Supporting Actor for his role in "The Deer Hunter."

Academy Awards® ~ Christopher Walken won the Best Supporting Actor Oscar® for his performance in "The Deer Hunter" (Won 1 Oscar. Another 23 wins & 17 nominations)

Michael Caine with his Oscar for Best Supporting Actor which he won for his role in the film The Cider House Rules

PROFILE: How Did Sir Michael Caine Do So Well?

Academy Awards® ~ Michael Caine won the Best Supporting Actor Oscar® for his role in "The Cider House Rules" (Won 2 Oscars. Another 34 wins & 45 nominations)

Chris Cooper won the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor for Adaptation in 2002.

Best Supporting Actor winner Chris Cooper holds his Oscar backstage at the Anniversary Academy Awards, Sunday March 2003 at the Kodak Theatre in Hollywood.

Jim Broadbent & Jennifer Connelly. 2001 Best Supporting Actor & Actress / "Iris" & 'A Beautiful Mind'

Best Supporting Actors Winners Jim Broadbent for "Iris" and Jennifer Connelly for "A Beautiful Mind" in the Press Room in Photo: Getty.

William Holden

William Holden winning Best Actor for "Stalag

Of Davis’ many great performances, Julie Marsden is most probably the most subtle. Davis had Wyler to thank for this, as well as for her Best Actress Oscar statuette. Perhaps one of the reasons most people don’t remember Julie as a bitch is because of the way Wyler asked Davis to play her. Instead of speaking aggressively and dealing death glances with her eyes, Davis was asked to play Julie with a smile on her face and a sweet lilt in her voice….she made three winning films with William…

Academy Awards® ~ Bette Davis ~ – winner of the Best Actress Oscar® for her performance as a Southern belle in "Jezebel" (Won 2 Oscars. Another 23 wins & 19 nominations)

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