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11 Classic Oscar-Winning Movies to Watch with Your Kids

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Star Wars, first movie

Star Wars, 1977


Take your kids back to "a long time ago in a galaxy far away..." This epic space film (later renamed Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope) shattered box office records and received 10 nominations at the 50th Annual Academy Awards. It lost in the Best Picture category to Annie Hall but won in six other categories,including Best Original Score and Best Visual Effects. Beware: Your kids might become obsessed with this famous space saga, directed by George Lucas.

Rated PG

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Next: E.T.: The Extra-Terrestrial, 1982

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