The Oscars

The 57th Academy Awards hosted by Jack Lemmon at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion on Monday, March 25, 1985, honoring movies released in 1984. "Amadeus" won eight of the 11 awards for which it was nominated including Best Picture, Actor and Directing. Among the five Best Supporting Actor nominees, three were first-time movie performers: Adolph Caesar had made his film debut in "A Soldier's Story," John Malkovich debuted in "Places in the Heart," and winner Haing S. Ngor took home the Oscar for his debut performance in "The Killing Fields."

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