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TOP TEN Best Picture Winners


Oscar-winners for Best Picture often get attention for the best directing, writing or acting wins they pick up along the way. But what about winners among the crew? Here are the Oscar Best Pics earning the most below-the-line statuettes.
Titanic (1997)
Nine Awards:
Best Art Direction-Set Decoration, Peter Lamont (art decorator), Michael Ford (set decorator); Best Cinematography, Russell Carpenter; Best Costume Design, Deborah Lynn Scott; Best Effects, Sound Editing Effects, Tom Bellfort, Christopher Boyes; Best Effects, Visual Effects, Robert Legato, Mark Lasoff, Thomas L. Fisher, Michael Kanfer; Best Film Editing, Conrad Buff, James Cameron, Richard A. Harris; Best Music, Original Dramatic Score, James Horner; Best Music, Song, James Horner, Will Jennings for “My Heart Will Go On” performed by Celine Dion, Best Sound, Gary Rydstrom, Tom Johnson, Gary Summers, Mark Ulano

Ben Hur (1959)
Seven Awards:
Best Art Direction-Set Decoration, Color, William A. Horning, Edward Carfagno, Hugh Hunt; Best Cinematography, Color, Robert Surtees; Best Costume Design, Color, Elizabeth Haffenden; Best Effects, Special Effects, A. Arnold Gillespie (visual), Robert MacDonald (visual), Milo B. Lory (audible); Best Film Editing, Ralph E. Winters, John D. Dunning; Best Music, Scoring of a Dramatic or Comedy Picture, Miklos Rozsa; Best Sound, Franklin Milton.
Compiled by Evelyn Sheinkopf

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