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Oscars 2012: ‘Undefeated’ winners apologize for dropping f-bomb

“Undefeated” was a surprise Academy Award winner tonight for best documentary. Such a surprise, in fact, that one of the elated co-directors accidently said the f-word during his acceptance speech, making him the second Oscar victory in history to drop that bomb during the live telecast. Read full article >>
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