Check out the most memorable speeches from the Academy Awards.
Cuba Gooding Jr.
Cuba Gooding Jr. thanked pretty much everyone in the audience when he won Best Supporting Actor in 1997 for Jerry Maguire.
Roberto Benigni gave a very unforgettable speech at the 71st Academy Awards when he won for Best Actor in Life is Beautiful. He also won another Oscar that year for directing the same movie.
Jack Palance showed off his strength when he won the Best Supporting Actor for City Slickers at the 64th Annual Academy Awards.
Sally Field won a Best Actress Oscar for Places in the Heart in 1985. While on stage she told the audience, "You really like me." This was her second Best Actress Oscar.
Julia Roberts: Oscar Speech
Julia Roberts took control of the ceremony when she won her Best Actress Oscar for her role in Erin Brokovich in 2001.
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