The Oscar Statuette was designed by MGM art director Cedric Gibbons in 1929. The statuette stands 13.5 inches tall, weighs 8.5 pounds, and is made of gold-plated britannia metal.
The design was meant to depict a knight standing on a reel of film gripping a crusader's sword.
The various category winners are awarded a copy of a statuette, officially the
Academy Award of Merit, which is better known by its nickname Oscar. The
The most recognized trophy in the world, the Oscar statuette has stood on the
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since 1982. 5. Oscar stands 13½ inches tall and weighs 8½ lbs.
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The Oscar statuette stands 13½ inches tall and weighs in at a robust 8½ pounds.
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The winners in these categories are awarded with the Oscar Statuette.
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