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The most noteworthy events concerning the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences' Award shows from 1971 to 1991.
In 1974, a man named Robert Opel notoriously streaked across the stage, in full view of hundreds of millions of TV viewers, just as co-host David Niven was about to introduce the Best Picture category, thus becoming probably the most famous example of the 1970s' streaking craze.
This little guy has become the most visible trophy the world has ever known. He is also the most talked about. And for the people in my business, the most coveted.