Movies that have won the most Oscars

There's a quiz for most Oscar-nominated films, but not for those that won the most. Easy quiz to make so why not...
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Last updated: December 10, 2018
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1997 film with 11 wins and 14 noms. Producer/director declared king of the world.
Titanic
2
1959 film with 11 wins and 12 noms. No charioteers were injured in the making.
Ben-Hur
3
2003 film that won all 11 statues it was nominated for, including one to rule them all.
The Return of the King
4
1961 film, the only to jet to 10 wins and 11 nominations.
West Side Story
5
boring 1996 film with 9 wins and 12 noms that Elaine Benes suffered through twice.
The English Patient
6
1987 film with 9 wins and noms, including best City Chicken.
The Last Emperor
7
1958 film with 9 wins. Follow-up to My Fair Lady.
Gigi
8
1939 film with 8 wins and 13 noms but frankly, I don't give a damn.
Gone With the Wind
9
1953 film with 8 wins; 13 noms whose title inspired the running length of #5 above.
From Here to Eternity
10
1964 film with 8 wins and 12 noms that was made quite presentable.
My Fair Lady
11
1954 film with 8 wins and 12 noms and a young Marlon Brando.
On the Waterfront
12
1984 film with 8 wins and 11 noms about somebody with a famous middle name.
Amadeus
13
1982 film with 8 wins and 11 noms. Weird Al Yankovic was in the sequel.
Gandhi
14
2008 film with 8 wins and 10 noms but no Regis Philbin.
Slumdog Millionaire
15
1972 film with 8 wins and 10 noms starring Liza Minnelli
Cabaret
16
1998 film with 7 wins and 13 noms starring Gwyneth Paltrow's junior jubblies.
Shakespeare in Love
17
1993 film with 7 wins and 12 noms that is inappropriate to make out during.
Schindler's List
18
1990 film with 7 wins and 12 noms that was a total rip-off of Avatar.
Dances with Wolves
19
1985 film with 7 wins and 11 noms about where humans are often going.
Out of Africa
20
1973 film with 7 wins and 10 noms must have made its competition feel this.
The Sting
21
1970 film with 7 wins and 10 noms. Not about comedian Oswalt. Different guy.
Patton
22
1962 film with 7 wins; 10 noms. Heroic white man helps backward indigenous folk.
Lawrence of Arabia
23
1944 film with 7 wins and 10 noms starring Bing Crosby.
Going My Way
24
1957 film with 7 wins and 8 noms proves burning bridges is unfairly maligned.
Bridge on the River Kwai
25
1946 film with 7 wins and 8 noms that I've never heard of before.
Best Years of Our Lives
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Level 79
Feb 9, 2013
I realize the clue for #22 could describe a ton of different movies, including one other also on this list, but that was part of the joke.
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Level 57
Apr 18, 2013
More time would be helpful
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Level 79
Apr 18, 2013
Thanks for taking the quiz. :) If anyone else requests it I'll add another 30 seconds or so.
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Level 44
Aug 1, 2014
I needed more time too. Lots of reading.
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Level 32
Oct 29, 2013
Yeah im going to have to request that as well.
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Level 79
Oct 29, 2013
As you wish.
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Level 78
Feb 16, 2014
If you are serious about not knowing "Best Years of Our Lives", you should check it out.
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Level 79
Feb 17, 2014
I've read about it since making this quiz but still have never seen it.
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Level 56
Mar 6, 2014
What he said about Best Years of Our Lives…outstanding film.
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Level 83
Jun 10, 2014
Great clues even if I didn't really get many of them beforehand.
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Level 33
Jul 16, 2014
I got zero. In my defense I hadn't been born yet when these movies came out and I've only seen one. I know, I know, I'll get right on watching them.
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Level 79
Jul 16, 2014
You were born after 2008? Then I'm impressed you even got one.
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Level 33
Jul 16, 2014
Haha whoops, I didn't see Slumdog Millionaire on there. Haven't seen it either.
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Level 85
Jun 15, 2018
Junior jubblies? Surely there's something more noteworthy to say about that movie than whose breasts were exposed in it.
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Level 79
Jun 15, 2018
Is there?
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Level 79
Jun 16, 2018
A little more seriously, there was a meme going around for a while that in order to get an Oscar for best actress you had to get naked. Anne Hathaway joked about this when she hosted the Oscars the year after she got very naked repeatedly in the (horrible) Love and Other Drugs, feigning (?) anger that her on-screen nudity didn't garner her a statue. This was a pretty popular and evidently well-supported meme around the 1990s, when in 2003 Charlize Theron won the Oscar for a role she was nude in, and similarly Halle Berry won the Oscar in 2001 for a role she was nude in, and same goes for Hillary Swank in 1999, Gwyneth Paltrow in 1998, Helen Hunt in 1997, Jessica Lange in 1994, and Holly Hunter in 1993. Though Paltrow had in fact been naked more than once on screen before Shakespeare, it was in small and little-known roles. In '98 she was known for playing innocent in Emma, Seven, Sliding Doors and Great Expectations. And dating Brad Pitt. Some people made a big deal about it.