From kidnapped statues to naked streakers, there are plenty of weird moments in Oscars history.
Jennifer Lawrence's embarrassing tumble at the 2013 Academy Awards is one of many of the weird -- and sometimes just plain odd -- moments in Oscars history.
Oscar Kidnapped (1938) -- "In Old Chicago" star Alice Brady won the Oscar for Best Supporting Actress but was sick and unable to attend. When her name was announced, a stranger took the stage and accepted the award. It was never to be found again.
The Oscars Go Cheap (1942) -- With the country besieged by World War II, the Academy helped conserve metal in 1942 by handing out plaster statuettes instead of gold ones.
Longest Speech Ever? (1943) -- Clearly pre-cutoff music, Best Actress winner Greer Garson is said to have prattled on for nearly 30 minutes in accepting her award for the longest speech in Oscars history.
Tripped Up in TV Debut (1953) -- Jennifer Lawrence is definitely not the first actor to take a tumble at the Oscars. More than 90 million people in the U.S. and Canada watched Shirley Booth trip up the stairs to accept her Best Actress award in the ceremony's first-ever TV telecast.
All Tied Up (1969) -- There was a tie for Best Actress in 1969 between Barbra Streisand ("Funny Girl") and Katharine Hepburn ("The Lion in Winter"). Streisand also raised eyebrows that year with her sheer pantsuit that left little to the imagination.
Oscars Snub (1971) -- George C. Scott, who had refused an Oscar nod for his role in "The Hustler" in 1961, again refused a Best Actor nomination from the Academy in 1971 for "Patton," calling the ceremonies a "meat parade" and "offensive, barbarous and innately corrupt." A producer accepted his award.
In the Flesh (1973) -- Presenter David Niven was speaking on stage when a San Francisco photographer and art gallery owner named Robert Opel suddenly bolted across the stage, completely naked.
Brando's Boycott (1973) -- When presenters Roger Moore and Liv Ullmann named Marlon Brando the Best Actor award winner for "The Godfather," a young woman dressed in American Indian attire, calling herself Sacheen Littlefeather, appeared at the podium and refused the Oscar on Brando's behalf. She cited "the treatment of the American Indians today by the film industry."
Boone-doggled (1979) -- One-hit wonder Debby Boone recruited a group of children, seemingly deaf, to perform the lyrics to her Best Song nominee "You Light Up My Life" in sign language. The awkward part came when the kids didn't really know sign language, and it was revealed that they weren't deaf at all.
Snow White Makes a Scene (1989) -- Rob Lowe and the fairy tale princess opened up the Academy Awards with a musical number so corny that Julie Andrews, Paul Newman and more than a dozen other stars wrote an angry letter to show producers calling it "demeaning."
Jack Palance Out-Mans Everybody (1992) -- Four decades after his film debut, Palance upstaged actors half his age when he won the Best Supporting Actor award for "City Slickers." The 73-year-old cracked his knuckles and pulled off a few quick reps of one-handed pushups.
"Show Me The Money!!" (1997) -- In one of the best acceptance speeches of all time, Best Actor winner Cuba Gooding Jr. ("Jerry Maguire") drew ecstatic applause for his acrobatic moves on stage and ignoring the cutoff music, hoisting his statuette in the air and proclaiming, "I love you! I love you all!"
Life IS Beautiful! (1999) -- Not to be outdone by Cuba Gooding Jr., Italian actor/director Roberto Begnini danced on chairs and generally acted like a madman after winning Best Actor for his film, "Life Is Beautiful." He picked up presenter Sophia Loren in a bear hug and yelled "I want to kiss everybody!"
Weirdest Musical Number? (2000) -- The only man capable of embodying eight people at the same time, Robin Williams joined a cast of sexy Canadian Mounties to sing Best Song nominee "Blame Canada" from "South Park: Bigger, Longer and Uncut" in what can only be described as a "unique" performance.
Brotherly Love? (2000) -- Angelina Jolie raised eyebrows when she gushed "I am so in love with my brother right now!" while accepting her Best Supporting Actress award for "Girl, Interrupted." Things just got creepy when she gave him a lingering kiss on the mouth.
Swan Song (2001) -- Singer Bjork committed the most infamous Oscar fashion faux pas in 2001 when she sported a swan-shaped dress atop brassiere-revealing, bejeweled nylon. It's still regarded as quite possibly one of the worst Oscars outfits of all time.
A Kiss Like No Other (2003) -- Best Actor winner Adrien Brody ("The Pianist") was so overjoyed with his surprise victory that he proceeded to do what every man in America could only fantasize about -- laying a big one on presenter Halle Berry.
Pimp My Oscars (2006) -- The only sight odder than Three 6 Mafia's performance of "It’s Hard Out Here for a Pimp," Best Song winner from "Hustle & Flow," was the shout-outs to Jesus and multiple "homies" when the rap trio accepted their award.
Stage Ambush (2010) -- At the 2010 ceremony, Roger Ross Williams took the stage to accept an Oscar for his short documentary "Music by Prudence," only to be ambushed by a woman who was later found to be one of the film's producers, Elinor Burkett. Needless to say, it was an awkward moment.
Curses! (2011) Swearing isn't new in Hollywood, but Best Supporting Actress winner Melissa Leo (The Fighter) still shocked many when she dropped the F-bomb during her acceptance speech. "Yeah, I am kind of speechless," she said at the podium. "When I watched Kate (Winslet) two years ago, it looked so f***ing easy." To her credit, Leo looked pretty mortified after doing so.
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