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Updated February 22nd, 2024 at 00:12 IST

Lord Of The Rings To Titanic: Movies With Most Oscar Wins

From Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King to Titanic, here's taking a look at films with the maximum number of Oscar wins to date.

1/9: The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King won each of its 11 nominations back in 2003. These were best picture, director, adapted screenplay, editing and set decoration among others. / Image: IMDb

2/9: Tying with The Lord of the Rings, is Titanic, which in 1997 also took home 11 Oscar wins including best picture, director, cinematography, set decoration and costume design among others./ Image: X

3/9: Adding itself to the tie, is 1959's Ben-Hur. This was notably the first of the trio to take 11 Oscars home. / Image: IMDb

4/9: Rita Moreno's 1961 West Side Story, is a cult classic, having been remade many a times over the years. The film took home 10 Oscars. / Image: IMDb

5/9: 1996 romance The English Patient was a hot favourite with the Academy bagging a whooping 9 Oscars on the big night. / Image: IMDb

6/9: Bernardo Bertolucci's 1987 film The Last Emperor won 9 of its 9 Oscar nominations - a clear frontrunner that year. / Image: IMDb

7/9: Vincente Minnelli musical Gigi, which released back in 1958, also took home 9 Oscars. / Image: IMDb

8/9: Arguably one of the most popular India-based films in recent times, Slumdog Millionaire (2008) won 8 Oscars, including that for Best Sound and Best Score. / Image: X

9/9: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's life stands cinematised in 1984 Milos Forman film Amadeus. The film bagged a total of 8 Oscar wins. / Image: IMDb

Published February 22nd, 2024 at 00:00 IST