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Subject: In 1945, Miklos Rozsa earned an Academy Award for his score in the Hitchcock classic "Spellbound", and was nominated the SAME year for TWO other scores for "The Lost Weekend", and "A Song to Remember"! This made Rozsa the ONLY composer, to date, to have earned an Oscar against two of his own scores! ...
Nominated an astounding 13 times, he took home 3 Oscars!