It really surprises people when I tell them that one of the pieces in our archives is an Oscar – yes, an Academy Award!
The award show airs Sunday, and – if you get a chance – you can see an Oscar up-close at the New World of
It may seem an odd thing for us to have, but there is a reason! In the 1980s (1982 to 1989, to be exact), our Company owned movie studio Columbia Pictures. In 1982, a Columbia movie, Gandhi, won the Academy Award for best picture, and the Company secured an Oscar. When we created the New World of
Our award is an authorized duplicate of the Oscar given to Gandhi producer Richard Attenborough.
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