The results of Slate's Oscar contest.

A Slate guessing game.
March 20 2006 3:14 PM

And the Winner Is ...

The results of Slate's Oscar contest.

Earlier this month, Slate asked you to assess your knowledge of Oscar nominees by guessing which motion-picture artists were featured in our "Hollywood Squares" contest. Slate awards its "Oscar" to Jacob Heller for identifying all the images correctly. Thanks to everyone who participated. The answers are posted below.

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1. George Clooney
2. Christopher Walken
3. Catherine Zeta-Jones
4. Jack Lemmon
5. Joaquin Phoenix
6. Morgan Freeman
7. Vivien Leigh
8. Ang Lee
9. Katharine Hepburn
10. Woody Allen
11. Meryl Streep
12. Russell Crowe
13. Renée Zellweger
14. Cary Grant
15. Reese Witherspoon
16. Bette Davis
17. Frank Sinatra
18. Hilary Swank
19. Diane Keaton
20. Marlon Brando

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