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What Movie Won Instead?

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The following films were all nominated for Best Picture, but came up just short. Do you know which movies won the Oscar instead?

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The Hudson's Bay Company (now known as "The Bay" or "HBC") is the oldest commercial corporation in North America, having been incorporated on May 2<sup>nd<sup>, 1670, by British royal charter under King Charles II.

The Hudson's Bay Company (now known as "The Bay" or "HBC") is the oldest commercial corporation in North America, having been incorporated on May 2nd, 1670, by British royal charter under King Charles II.

Name the 11 Sitcoms That Lasted 250 Episodes (Since 1960)

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A handful of 1950s sitcoms, including The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet and The Danny Thomas Show, ran for more than 250 episodes. But since the 1960 season premiered, only 11 U.S. half-hour sitcoms have managed that feat. Given five minutes, can you name all 11 weekly half-hour U.S. sitcoms since 1960 that stayed on the air for 250 episodes or more? Prove it!

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