OSCARS QUIZ | I'd like to thank...
A survey of zinger-filled, political and stirring speeches
CBC News Last Updated:Feb 19, 2014
Oscar speeches can be simultaneously the best and worst part of the Academy Awards, in which winners make political pleas, give nuggets of advice, ramble incessantly, or toss out a few zingers in an emotionally charged 45 seconds.
Test your knowledge of notable speeches that set the audience buzzing. Who came out of exile to collect an award? Who was the first actor to thank his agent? Who made a quip about weapons of mass destruction? Find out with our quiz.