In the history of the Oscars, only three winners have declined to take their awards for their outstanding performances.
Every actor’s dream and career highlight is to win an Oscar. According to StatisticalKatharine Hepburn is the most successful figure to date in Oscar history as she has won four Oscars throughout her acting career.
The first Academy Awards, also known as the Academy Awards, were held on May 16, 1929, at the Hollywood Roosevelt in Los Angeles, California. Fast forward to 93 Oscars, the Oscars have become one of Hollywood’s most prestigious events.
However, some did not hesitate to decline their prices.
1935 Academy Award for Best Screenplay
As a screenwriter, Dudley was nominated and won the Best Screenplay category for The Informer. Instead of accepting his award, he caused the first-ever controversial move at the Oscars.
Dudley Nichols has become the first person to turn down an Oscar. The reason for his refusal was because of a feud and dispute in Hollywood that revolved around the Screen Writers’ Guild.
At the time, the Oscars weren’t televised, so Dudley couldn’t share his distress publicly. Nevertheless, even though the Academy sent his trophy twice, he sent it back.
Years later, he became president of the Screen Writers Guild. Once the quarrel is settled, according to ozyDudley accepted his Oscar in 1938.
George C. Scott
1971 Academy Award for Best Actor
After being nominated twice for Best Supporting Actor for ‘The Hustler’ in 1962 and Best Actor for ‘Patton’ in 1971.
He previously described the Oscars as “a two-hour meat parade, a public display with contrived suspense for economic reasons.” Besides, George seemed to be against the Oscar.
In 1971, he accepted his trophy, at least the public believed him, because it would have been returned to the Academy the very next day, as the story goes. entertainment.
1973 Academy Award for Best Actor
Once Marlon Brando was announced as the Best Actor winner for “The Godfather,” Sacheen Littlefeather, a Native American, was sent on his behalf to turn down the Oscar.
As Story reported, Marlon became an active member of the American Indian Movement and decided to turn down the award as he was protesting the Native American image that had not been respected in the film industry.
Sacheen’s speech was applauded and booed at the same time by the audience.
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