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73rd Annual Academy Awards

Nominees announced: February 13th, 2001


Ceremony: March 25th, 2001

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Results

The nominees for the 73rd Annual Academy Awards were announced on February 13th, 2001 at 8:38 a.m. EDT by AMPAS President Robert Rehme and actor Kathy Bates. The winners, as announced on March 25th, 2001:

Best Motion Picture Of The Year
Gladiator (DreamWorks)
Produced by Douglas Wick, David Franzoni and Branko Lustig

Other Nominees:
Chocolat (Miramax)
Produced by David Brown, Kit Golden and Leslie Holleran

Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon (Sony Pictures Classics)
Produced by Bill Kong, Hsu Li Kong and Ang Lee

Erin Brockovich (Universal)
Produced by Danny DeVito, Michael Shamberg and Stacey Sher

Traffic (USA Films)
Produced by Edward Zwick, Marshall Herskovitz and Laura Bickford


Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role
Russell Crowe, Gladiator (DreamWorks)

Other Nominees:
Javier Bardem, Before Night Falls (Fine Line)
Tom Hanks, Cast Away (Fox)
Ed Harris, Pollock (Sony Pictures Classics)
Geoffrey Rush, Quills (Fox Searchlight)


Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role
Julia Roberts, Erin Brockovich (Universal)

Other Nominees:
Joan Allen, The Contender (DreamWorks)
Juliette Binoche, Chocolat (Miramax)
Ellen Burstyn, Requiem For A Dream (Artisan)
Laura Linney, You Can Count On Me (Paramount Classics)


Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role
Benicio Del Toro, Traffic (USA Films)

Other Nominees:
Jeff Bridges, The Contender (DreamWorks)
Willem Dafoe, Shadow Of The Vampire (Lions Gate)
Albert Finney, Erin Brockovich (Universal)
Joaquin Phoenix, Gladiator (DreamWorks)


Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role
Marcia Gay Harden, Pollock (Sony Pictures Classics)

Other Nominees:
Judi Dench, Chocolat (Miramax)
Kate Hudson, Almost Famous (DreamWorks)
Frances McDormand, Almost Famous (DreamWorks)
Julie Walters, Billy Elliot (Universal Focus)


Best Achievement in Directing
Steven Soderbergh, Traffic (USA Films)

Other Nominees:
Stephen Daldry, Billy Elliot (Universal Focus)
Ang Lee, Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon (Sony Pictures Classics)
Ridley Scott, Gladiator (DreamWorks)
Steven Soderbergh, Erin Brockovich (Universal)


Best Achievement in Art Direction
Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon (Sony Pictures Classics)
Art Direction by Tim Yip

Other Nominees:
Dr. Seuss' How The Grinch Stole Christmas (Universal)
Art Direction by Michael Corenblith
Set Direction by Meredith Boswell

Gladiator (DreamWorks)
Art Direction by Arthur Max
Set Decoration by Crispian Sallis

Quills (Fox Searchlight)
Art Direction by Michael Childs
Set Direction by Jill Quertier

Vatel (Miramax)
Art Direction by Jean Rabasse
Set Decoration by François Benoit-Frresco


Best Achievement in Cinematography
Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon (Sony Pictures Classics)
Peter Pau

Other Nominees:
Gladiator (DreamWorks)
John Mathieson

Malèna (Miramax)
Lajos Koltai

O Brother, Where Art Thou? (Touchstone)
Roger Deakins

The Patriot (Columbia)
Caleb Deschanel


Best Achievement in Costume Design
Gladiator (DreamWorks)
Janty Yates

Other Nominees:
Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon (Sony Pictures Classics)
Tim Yip

Dr. Seuss' How The Grinch Stole Christmas (Universal)
Rita Ryack

102 Dalmations (Disney)
Anthony Powell

Quills (Fox Searchlight)
Jacqueline West


Best Achievement in Documentary Features
Into The Arms Of Strangers: Stories Of The Kindertransport (Warner Bros.)
Produced by Mark Jonathan Harris and Deborah Oppenheimer

Other Nominees:
Legacy
Produced by Tod S. Lending

Long Night's Journey Into Day (Seventh Art)
Produced by Frances Reid and Deborah Hoffmann

Scottsboro: An American Tragedy
Produced by Barak Goodman and Daniel Anker

Sound And Fury (Artistic License)
Produced by Josh Aronson and Roger Weisberg


Best Achievement in Documentary Short Subjects
Big Mama
Directed by Tracy Seretean

Other Nominees:
Curtain Call
Directed by Chuck Braverman and Steve Kalafer

Dolphins
Directed by Greg MacGillivray and Alec Lorimore

The Man On Lincoln's Nose
Directed by Daniel Raim

On Tiptoe: Gentle Steps To Freedom
Directed by Eric Simonson and Leelai Demoz


Best Achievement in Film Editing
Traffic (USA Films)
Stephen Mirrione

Other Nominees:
Almost Famous (DreamWorks)
Joe Hutshing and Saar Klein

Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon (Sony Pictures Classics)
Tim Squyres

Gladiator (DreamWorks)
Pietro Scalia

Wonder Boys (Paramount)
Dede Allen


Best Foreign Language Film of the Year
Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon
Taiwan

Other Nominees:
Amores Perros (Love's A Bitch)
Mexico

Divided We Fall
Czech Republic

Everybody Famous
Belgium

The Taste Of Others
France


Best Achievement in Makeup
Dr. Seuss' How The Grinch Stole Christmas (Universal)
Rick Baker and Gail Ryan

Other Nominees:
The Cell (New Line)
Michèle Burke and Edouard Henriques

Shadow Of The Vampire (Lions Gate)
Ann Buchanan and Amber Sibley


Best Achievement in Music in connection with Motion Pictures (Original Score)
Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon (Sony Pictures Classics)
Tan Dun

Other Nominees:
Chocolat (Miramax)
Rachel Portman

Gladiator (DreamWorks)
Hans Zimmer

Malèna (Miramax)
Ennio Morricone

The Patriot (Columbia)
John Williams


Best Achievement in Music in connection with Motion Pictures (Original Song)
"Things Have Changed", Wonder Boys (Paramount)
Music and Lyric by Bob Dylan

Other Nominees:
"A Fool In Love", Meet The Parents (Universal)
Music and Lyric by Randy Newman

"I've Seen It All", Dancer In The Dark (Fine Line)
Music by Björk
Lyric by Lars von Trier and Sjón Sigurdsson

"A Love Before Time", Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon (Sony Pictures Classics)
Music by Jorge Calandrelli and Tan Dun
Lyric by James Schamus

"My Funny Friend And Me", The Emperor's New Groove (Disney)
Music by Sting and David Hartley
Lyric by Sting


Best Achievement in Animated Short Films
Father And Daughter
Directed by Michael Dudok de Wit

Other Nominees:
The Periwig-Maker
Directed by Steffen Schäffler and Annette Schäffler

Rejected
Directed by Don Hertzfeldt


Best Achievement in Live Action Short Films
Quiero Ser (I Want To Be...)
Directed by Florian Gallenberger

Other Nominees:
By Courier
Directed by Peter Riegert and Ericka Frederick

One Day Crossing
Directed by Joan Stein and Christina Lazaridi

Seraglio
Directed by Gail Lerner and Colin Campbell

A Soccer Story (Una Historia De Futebol)
Directed by Paulo Machline


Best Achievement in Sound
Gladiator (DreamWorks)
Scott Millan, Bob Beemer and Ken Weston

Other Nominees:
Cast Away (Fox)
Randy Thom, Tom Johnson, Dennis Sands and William B. Kaplan

The Patriot (Columbia)
Kevin O'Connell, Greg P. Russell and Lee Orloff

The Perfect Storm (Warner Bros.)
John Reitz, Gregg Rudloff, David Campbell and Keith A. Wester

U-571 (Universal)
Steve Maslow, Gregg Landaker, Rick Kline and Ivan Sharrock


Best Achievement in Sound Editing
U-571 (Universal)
Jon Johnson

Other Nominee:
Space Cowboys (Warner Bros.)
Alan Robert Murray and Bub Asman


Best Achievement in Visual Effects
Gladiator (DreamWorks)
John Nelson, Neil Corbould, Tim Burke and Rob Harvey

Other Nominees:
Hollow Man (Columbia)
Scott E. Anderson, Craig Hayes, Scott Stokdyk and Stan Parks

The Perfect Storm (Warner Bros.)
Stefen Fangmeier, Habib Zargarpour, John Frazier and Walt Conti


Best Screenplay Written Directly For The Screen
Almost Famous (DreamWorks)
Written by Cameron Crowe

Other Nominees:
Billy Elliot (Universal Focus)
Written by Lee Hall

Erin Brockovich (Universal)
Written by Susannah Grant

Gladiator (DreamWorks)
Screenplay by David Franzoni and John Logan and William Nicholson; Story by David Franzoni

You Can Count On Me (Paramount Classics)
Written by Kenneth Lonergan


Best Screenplay Based On Material Previously Produced Or Published
Traffic (USA Films)
Screenplay by Stephen Gaghan

Other Nominees:
Chocolat (Miramax)
Screenplay by Robert Nelson Jacobs

Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon (Sony Pictures Classics)
Written by Wang Hui Ling and James Schamus and Tsai Kuo Jung

O Brother, Where Art Thou? (Touchstone)
Written by Ethan Coen & Joel Coen

Wonder Boys (Paramount)
Screenplay by Steve Kloves


Academy Awards for Scientific and Technical Achievements for the Year 2000

It was announced on January 5, 2001 that the Academy's Board of Governors has awarded 17 Academy Awards for scientific and techincal achievements based upon recommendations from the Scientific and Technical Awards Committee, as chaired by Richard Edlund. These awards will be presented on March 3, 2001.


The Oscar Columns

Preliminary thoughts and musings. (Periodic column)

[ Oscar Column Main Index ]

Column #00 (00/09/xx)
"Oscar Patrol" column from the my 2000 Toronto International Film Festival reports

Column #01 (00/12/04)
Introduction | Preamble | Oscar Free-For-All! | Oscar Patrol Amendments | European Film Awards Reactions | Mailbag | Carry-Over

Column #02 (00/12/06)
The New Oscar Category | The Big Question That Hasn't Been Raised | National Board of Review Reactions | Mailbag

Column #03 (00/12/07)
More National Board of Review Reactions | Mailbag

Column #04 (00/12/14)
Snake Eyes for Croupier | New York Film Critics Circle Reactions | Oscar Promo Gifts | Mailbag

Column #05 (00/12/17)
Oscar Host Chatter | Oscar Promo Trinkets Redux | Category Shifts | Los Angeles Film Critics Association Reactions | Crouching Tiger, Critical Clashes | Mailbag

Column #06 (00/12/18)
Oscar Host Named | Boston Society Of Film Critics Reactions

Column #07 (00/12/20)
Broadcast Film Critics Association Reactions | Golden Globe Nominee Predictions

Column #08 (00/12/28)
Golden Globe Nominee Reactions | Toronto Film Critics Association Reactions | San Diego Film Critics Society Reactions | Las Vegas Film Critics Society Reactions | Golden Satellite Nominee Reactions | Mailbag

Column #09 (01/01/20)
Florida Film Critics Circle Reactions | Dallas-Fort Worth Film Critics Association Reactions | National Society of Film Critics Reactions | Category Shifts | 'For Your Consideration' Ads | Golden Globe Predictions

Column #10 (01/01/22)
Golden Globe Award Winner Reactions

Column #11 (01/02/06)
Whither Yi Yi? | Oscar Semifinalist Reactions | Mailbag

Column #12 (01/02/07)
Writers Guild of America Reactions

Column #13 (01/02/11)
Academy Award Nominee Predictions

Column #14 (01/03/18)
Academy Award Nominee Reactions and Comments | Winners and Losers | Memo to Gil Cates

Column #15 (01/03/20)
The Stretch Run | Guest Commentary by Greg Draves: Animated, Live-Action and Documentary Shorts | Handy-Dandy Awards Chart

Column #16 (01/03/22)
Academy Award Winner Predictions


Others' Picks

Oscar winner predictions by various other film critics and reviewers.


The Ceremony

The 73rd annual Academy Awards were presented on Sunday, March 25th, 2001 at the Los Angeles Shrine Auditorium (seating: approximately 5000), and broadcast live on the ABC television network at 5:00 p.m. (PST) / 8:00 p.m. (EST), with a half-hour arrivals segment preceding the presentation ceremony.

The Scientific and Technical Academy Awards were presented on Saturday, March 3rd, 2001 at the Regent Beverly Wilshire Hotel. These will not be televised.

It was announced on January 24th, 2001 that producer Dino De Laurentiis would be presented with the prestigious 36th Irving G. Thalberg Memorial Award. It is given to "creative producers whose bodies of work reflect a consistently high quality of motion picture production," and was voted upon by the Academy's Board of Governors. The last winner was Warren Beatty in 2000. (Thanks to David Perry and JMSTREEP for this information.)

It was announced on January 25th, 2001 that screenwriter and producer Ernest Lehman would be presented with an honourary Academy Award "in appreciation of a body of varied and enduring work". His credits include Sabrina, North By Northwest, West Side Story, Who's Afraid Of Virginia Woolf? and Hello, Dolly!. (Thanks to JMSTREEP and David Perry for this information.)

It was announced on January 26th, 2001 that cinematographer and director Jack Cardiff would be presented with an honourary Academy Award. He was described as "one of the greatest visual artists ever to work in film", and "has given us some of the most enduring images in motion picture history". His credits include Black Narcissus, War And Peace, The African Queen, Fanny and Death On The Nile. (Thanks to JMSTREEP and hcgabriel for this information.)

It was announced on December 13, 2000 that Gil Cates would be producing the telecast. This is his tenth stint in this capcity.

It was announced on January 8, 2001 that Louis J. Horvitz would assume direction duties of the telecast for the fifth consecutive year. Debbie Allen will be the choreographer. Roy Christopher is the show's production designer; this his thirteenth Oscar ceremony.

It was announced on December 18, 2000 that Steve Martin would serve as master of ceremonies for the event. Although he has appeared in seven previous ceremonies, this will be his first stint as host.

Summary of the Academy Awards ceremony

  1. Steve Martin opening preamble
  2. Catherine Zeta-Jones presents Best Achievement in Art Direction
  3. Nicolas Cage presents Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role
  4. Russell Crowe presents Best Achievement in Film Editing
  5. Ben Stiller presents Best Achievement in Live Action Short Films and Best Achievement In Animated Short Films
  6. Halle Berry introduces Sting
  7. Sting performs "My Funny Friend And Me"
  8. Annette Bening introduces clip for Best Picture nominee Erin Brockovich
  9. Penelope Cruz presents Best Achievement in Costume Design
  10. Steve Martin introduces Robert Rehme (AMPAS President)
  11. Robert Rehme speech
  12. Angeline Jolie presents Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role
  13. Mike Myers presents Best Achievement in Sound and Best Achievement in Sound Editing
  14. Julia Stiles salutes orchestra conductor Bill Conti and introduces Coco Lee
  15. Coco Lee performs "A Love Before Time"
  16. Julia Roberts presents Best Achievement in Cinematography
  17. Morgan Freeman introduces clip for Best Picture nominee Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon
  18. Kate Hudson presents Best Achievement in Makeup
  19. Dustin Hoffman presents honorary Academy Award (Cardiff)
  20. Samuel L. Jackson presents Best Achievement in Documentary Short Subjects and Best Achievement in Documentary Features
  21. Sarah Jessica Parker introduces Randy Newman and Susanna Hoffs
  22. Randy Newman and Susanna Hoffs perform "A Fool In Love"
  23. Chow Yun-fat and Michelle Yeoh present Best Achievement in Visual Effects
  24. Renée Zellweger recaps the ceremony for Scientific and Technical Achievements
  25. Sigourney Weaver introduces clip for Best Picture nominee Gladiator
  26. Goldie Hawn introduces Yo-Yo Ma and Itzhak Perlman
  27. Yo-Yo Ma and Itzhak Perlman perform excerpts from the five nominated scores
  28. Goldie Hawn presents Best Achievement in Music in Connection with Motion Pictures (Original Score)
  29. Anthony Hopkins presents Irving G. Thalberg Memorial Award
  30. Winona Ryder introduces Björk
  31. Björk performs "I've Seen It All"
  32. John Travolta introduces "In Memorium" montage
  33. Juliette Binoche and Jack Valenti present Best Foreign Language Film
  34. Ben Affleck introduces clip for Best Picture nominee Traffic
  35. Jennifer Lopez introduces Bob Dylan
  36. Bob Dylan performs "Things Have Changed"
  37. Jennifer Lopez presents Best Achievement in Music in Connection with Motion Pictures (Original Song)
  38. Hilary Swank presents Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role
  39. Ashley Judd introduces clip for Best Picture nominee Chocolat
  40. Julie Andrews presents honorary Academy Award (Lehmann)
  41. Kevin Spacey presents Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role
  42. Tom Hanks introduces Arthur C. Clarke
  43. Arthur C. Clarke presents Best Screenplay Based on Material Previously Produced or Published
  44. Tom Hanks presents Best Screenplay Written Directly For The Screen
  45. Tom Cruise presents Best Achievement in Directing
  46. Michael Douglas presents Best Motion Picture Of The Year

Scheduled presenters, as announced in chronological order, were:

  • Jennifer Lopez
  • Kate Hudson
  • Kevin Spacey
  • Catherine Zeta-Jones
  • Anthony Hopkins
  • Hilary Swank
  • Nicolas Cage
  • Angelina Jolie
  • Ben Stiller
  • Chow Yun-Fat
  • Julia Roberts
  • Julia Stiles
  • Julie Andrews
  • Renée Zellweger
  • Russell Crowe
  • Samuel L. Jackson
  • Juliette Binoche
  • Mike Myers
  • Halle Berry
  • Ashley Judd
  • Morgan Freeman
  • Michael Douglas
  • Michelle Yeoh
  • Annette Bening
  • John Travolta
  • Ben Affleck
  • Winona Ryder
  • Sarah Jessica Parker
  • Goldie Hawn
  • Arthur C. Clarke
  • Penelope Cruz
  • John Travolta

Thanks to JMSTREEP for presenter info.

Musical performers were:

(Thom Yorke has reportedly dropped out as only three minutes have been allotted for performance of the song.)


Voting

Voting for the Academy Award nominees are handled by the specific branches of AMPAS.

AWARD CATEGORY Nominating GroupMaximum Number of Nominations
Best PictureAll AMPAS members with voting rights 5
Acting CategoriesAMPAS Actors Branch Members5
DirectionAMPAS Directors Branch Members5
Art DirectionAMPAS Art Directors Branch Members, excluding Costume Designers5
CinematographyAMPAS Cinematographers Branch Members5
Costume DesignCostume Design members of AMPAS Art Directors Branch5
Documentaries(Round 1) Documentary Awards Screening Committee
(Round 2) All AMPAS members with voting rights
5
EditingAMPAS Film Editors Branch Members5
Foreign-Language FilmForeign Language Film Award Committee5
MakeupMakeup Award Rules Committee3
MusicAMPAS Music Branch Members5
Short FilmsAMPAS Short Film Branch Members5
SoundAMPAS Sound Branch Members5
Sound EditingSound Editing Award Commitee3
Visual EffectsVisual Effects Award Nominating Commitee3
ScreenwritingAMPAS Writers Branch Members5


Odds

Betting odds, as listed by North American oddsmakers.


Eligibility

242 feature films qualified for consideration for the Best Picture of the year 2000.


The following is a list of the 46 films submitted for consideration for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film Of The Year. Each country may submit one film for consideration. Each country was invited to submit its best film of the year to the Academy. Selection of each country's representative picture is made by juries comprising filmmakers from that country.

These films were screened by AMPAS' Foreign Language Film Award Committee, chaired by Mark Johnson, commencing on December 1st, 2000.

FILM TITLECountry of OriginDirector
Little SenegalAlgeriaRachid Bouchareb
Felicidades ArgentinaEmilio Bender
The StrangerAustriaGotz Spielmann
Everybody FamousBelgiumDominique Deruddere
Me You Them BrazilAndrucha Waddington
Letter To AmericaBulgariaIglika Triffonova
MaelstromCanadaDenis Villeneuve
CoronationChileSilvio Caiozzi
Breaking The SilenceChinaSun Zhou
Marshal Tito’s SpiritCroatiaVinko Bresan
Divided We FallCzech RepublicJan Hrebejk
A Place NearbyDenmarkKaspar Rostrup
Dreams From The Middle Of The WorldEcuadorCarlos Naranjo Estrella
Seven Songs From The TundraFinlandAnastasia Lapsui & Markku Lehmuskallio
The Taste Of OthersFranceAgnès Jaoui
27 Missing KissesGeorgiaNana Djordjadze
No Place To GoGermanyOscar Roehler
PeppermintGreeceCostas Kapakas
In The Mood For LoveHong KongWong Kar-Wai
GlamourHungaryFrigyes Godros
Angels Of The UniverseIcelandFridrik Thor Fridriksson
Hey! RamIndiaKamal Haasan
A Time For Drunken HorsesIranBahman Ghobadi
Time Of FavorIsraelJoseph Cedar
The Hundred StepsItalyMarco Tullio Giodana
When The Rain LiftsJapanTakashi Koizumi
ChunhyangKoreaIm Kwon-Taek
Love's A BitchMexicoAlejandro Gonzalez Inarritu
Ali ZaouaMoroccoNabyl Ayouch
Mask Of DesireNepalTsering Rhitar Sherpa
Little CrumbThe NetherlandsMaria Peters
Odd Little ManNorwayStein Leikanger
AnakThe PhilippinesRory B. Quintos
Life As A Fatal Sexually Transmitted DiseasePolandKrzysztof Zanussi
Too LatePortugalJose Nacimento
His Wife’s DiaryRussiaAlexei Uchitel
LandscapeSlovak RepublicMartin Sulik
You're The OneSpainJose Luis Garci
Songs From The Second FloorSwedenRoy Andersson
Gripsholm SwitzerlandXavier Koller
Crouching Tiger, Hidden DragonTaiwanAng Lee
6ixty Nin9ThailandPen-ek Ratanaruang
Run For MoneyTurkeyReha Erdem
Devil GoldVenezuelaJose Ramon Novoa
Vertical Ray Of The SunVietnamTran Anh Hung
Sky HookYugoslaviaLjubisa Samardzic


The following is a list of the seven films selected as semi-finalists for the Best Visual Effects Oscar by the executive committee of AMPAS' visual effects branch on January 10th, 2001. Three of these candidates could make up the final nominees for the Oscar. The Academy's visual effects branch screened 15-minute excerpt reels from each of these films on February 7th, 2001 prior to casting their nomination ballots.

The Academy Award for Best Visual Effects is given to up to four individuals (as selected by the film's producer[s]) responsible for supervising the effects work on the designated film.

Thanks to JMSTREEP for providing this listing.

VISUAL EFFECTS semifinalists
Cast Away
Dinosaur
Dr. Seuss' How The Grinch Stole Christmas
Gladiator
Hollow Man
The Perfect Storm
X-Men


The following is a list of the seven films selected as semi-finalists for the Best Sound Editing Oscar by the executive committee of AMPAS' sound editing branch on January 11, 2001. Up to three of these candidates could make up the final nominees for the Oscar. The Academy's Sound Editing Award Nominating Committee screened 10-minute clip reels from each of these films on February 6, 2001 prior to casting their nomination ballots.

Thanks to JMSTREEP for providing this listing.

SOUND EDITING semifinalists
Cast Away
Gladiator
Mission: Impossible II
The Perfect Storm
Space Cowboys
U-571
Unbreakable


The following is a list of the five films selected as semi-finalists for the Best Makeup Oscar by the Makeup Award Nominating Committee on January 23, 2001. Up to three of these candidates could make up the final nominees for the Oscar. The Academy's Makeup Award Nominating Committee screened 10-minute clip reels from each of these films on February 10, 2001 prior to casting their nomination ballots.

Thanks to David Perry and JMSTREEP for providing this listing.

MAKEUP semifinalists
Bedazzled
Cast Away
The Cell
Dr. Seuss' How The Grinch Stole Christmas
Shadow Of The Vampire


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Alex Fung (aw220@freenet.carleton.ca)

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