The 7 Most Iconic Moments in Oscars History

Marlon Brando's 1973 Protest:

When Marlon Brando won the Best Actor award for "The Godfather," he refused the Oscar as a protest against Hollywood.

Sally Field's Acceptance Speech:

In 1985, Sally Field famously exclaimed, "You like me! Right now, you like me!" when accepting her second Oscar.

Roberto Benigni's Joyous Win: 

In 1999, Roberto Benigni climbed over chairs and onto the stage in a moment of unbridled joy when his film.

Halle Berry's Historic Win:

 In 2002, Halle Berry became the first African American woman to win the Best Actress award for her performance.

Ellen DeGeneres' Selfie:

In 2014, Ellen DeGeneres took a star-studded selfie during the ceremony, which quickly became the most.

La La Land/Moonlight Mix-Up:

In 2017, there was a major mix-up when "La La Land" was mistakenly announced as the winner.

Parasite's Historic Wins: 

In 2020, Bong Joon-ho's "Parasite" made history by becoming the first non-English language film.