From a passionate kiss, to political statements, a streaker and the height of old Hollywood glamor, take a look back at some of Oscar's most memorable moments.
The 85th Academy Awards air Feb. 24 on RTV6. Take a look back through some classic Oscars moments!
Angelina Jolie's leg got quite the attention at the awards in 2012.
Best Supporting Actress winner Melissa Leo drops an F-bomb during the awards in 2012. Thanks to a delay, the TV censors caught it in time.
Ben Stiller provides some "Avatar"-themed comic relief during the awards in 2010.
Kathryn Bigelow becomes the first woman to take home an Oscar for directing at the awards in 2010.
Hugh Jackman and Anne Hatathway, future "Les Miserables" co-stars, team up for a rousing musical number during the awards in 2009.
Ellen DeGeneres hosts the show in 2007.
Actress Jennifer Garner slips while walking out to present during the awards in 2006.
Ben Stiller dons a green suit to present the Oscar for Achievement in Visual Effects in 2006.
Adrien Brody kisses presenter Halle Berry during the awards in 2003.
Halle Berry becomes the first African-American woman to win the Oscar for Best Actress during the 2002 awards.
Singer Bjork wowed with her unusual swan dress in 2001.
Julia Roberts takes home her first Oscar at the awards in 2001.
"South Park" creators Matt Stone and Trey Parker channel JLo and Gwenth Paltrow on the red carpet at the 2000 awards.
Host Whoopi Goldberg changed outfits several times during the 1999 broadcast...
... including this "Elizabeth"-inspired costume.
Gwyenth Paltrow cries as she receives the Oscar for Best Actress for her role in 'Shakespeare in Love' during the 71st Academy Awards in 1999.
Matt Damon and Ben Afleck walk the red carpet ahead of the 1999 Oscars.
Mariah Carey and Whitney Houston perform together at the 1999 Oscars.
Double Oscar winner for Best Foreign Film and Best Actor, Roberto Benigni, poses after the 1999 Oscars.
Host Billy Crystal hides during the 1998 Oscars.
Director James Cameron raises his Oscar after winning for "Titanic" in 1998.
Actor Robin Williams holds up his Oscar after winning in the Best Actor in a Supporting Role category during the 70th Academy Awards in 1998.
Cuba Gooding Jr. at the 1997 Oscars.
Tom Hanks poses with his Oscar after winning the 1993 award for best actor for his performance in the movie 'Philadelphia.'
Director Steven Spielberg poses with his two Oscars in 1994 during the 66th Annual Academy Awards ceremony after winning the 1993 wards for best director and best picture for his movie 'Schindler's List.'
Cher holds her Academy Award for Best Actress for her role in "Moonstruck" at the awards in 1988 while wearing an outfit designed by Bob Mackie.
Actress Sally Field holds her Oscar after the awards in 1985.
In 1978, British actress Vanessa Redgrave stands in front of a red curtain and a large Oscar statue, smiling and holding the Oscar she won for Best Supporting Actress in director Fred Zinnemann's film, "Julia."
Sly Stallone and Muhammad Ali pose at the awards in 1977.
Director Francis Ford Coppola stands with his family, holding three Oscars for his film, 'The Godfather, Part II,' during the 47th Annual Academy Awards in 1975.
Actress Elizabeth Taylor laughs as she remarks that she was upstaged by streaker Robert Opal before presenting the Oscar for Best Picture at the 46th Annual Academy Awards ceremony in 1974.
Sacheen Littlefeather (American Indian actress Maria Cruz) holds a written statement from actor Marlon Brando refusing his Best Actor Oscar on stage at the Academy Awards in 1973.
Actor Charlie Chaplin blows the audience a kiss during the awards in 1972.
Goldie Hawn presents the Best Actor Oscar to Frank McCarthy, accepting on behalf of George C. Scott for his role in the film, 'Patton,' at the 1972 awards.
Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton smile as they attend the Academy Awards ceremonies in 1970.
John Wayne and Barbra Streisand at the Academy Awards in 1969.
Sidney Poitier holds his Best Actor Oscar for the film Lilies of the Field,' backstage at the Academy Awards in 1964.
British actress Julie Andrews, with the Academy Award she won for 'Mary Poppins' at the 1964 awards, her film debut.
Entertainer Nat 'King' Cole chats with actor Sidney Poitier at the 35th Academy Awards ceremony in 1963.
Natalie Wood and Warren Beatty at the Academy Awards in 1962.
The cover of Life magazine features a photograph actress Elizabeth Taylor as she smokes a cigarette at a post-Academy Award party in 1961, an Oscar statuette on the table in front of her.
American actor Rock Hudson with French actress Simone Signoret at the Academy Awards ceremony in 1960.
American actors Cleo Moore and Jayne Mansfield pose in front of an Oscar likeness at the Academy Awards in 1956.
Grace Kelly poses with her Best Actress Oscar for director George Seaton's film, 'The Country Girl,' at the Academy Awards in 1955.
Actress Audrey Hepburn affectionately holding the Oscar award she won for her performance in the movie 'Roman Holiday' at the Academy Awards ceremony in 1954.
Movie producer Walt Disney holding four Oscar awards he won for best feature-length documentary, short documentary, cartoon & two-reeler at Academy Awards ceremony in 1954.
Frank Sinatra and Donna Reed pose after winning best supporting actor and best supporting actress Oscars on for their roles in the film 'From Here To Eternity' at the Academy Awards ceremony in 1954.
Elizabeth Taylor, wearing a beautiful frothy white strapless gown, smiles on her way into the 25th Annual Academy Awards in 1953.
Bob Hope hosts the Academy Awards in 1953.
Humphrey Bogart holds his Best Actor statue for his role in director John Huston's film, 'The African Queen,' after the Academy Awards in 1952.
Jennifer Jones with the Best Actress Oscar she won for her performance in 'Song of Bernadette' at the Academy Awards in 1944. She is with Swedish film star Ingrid Bergman.
James Stewart and Ginger Rogers in 1941. Stewart won Best Actor in a Leading Role for his performance in 'The Philadelphia Story' while Rogers won Best Actress in a Leading Role for her performance in 'Kitty Foyle: The Natural History of a Woman.'
Shirley Temple presents the Best Actress Oscar to French-born actor Claudette Colbert for her role in director Frank Capra's film, 'It Happened One Night' in 1935.
Canadian star Norma Shearer receives a Best Actress Oscar from Conrad Nagel for her role in 'The Divorcee' at the awards in 1930.
Interior view of formally dressed men and women seated at tables during the first organizational meeting of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences in the Crystal Ballroom of the Los Angeles Biltmore Hotel in 1927.